Conscience, the Universal Producer and Director

Conscience can be pictured as a domain filled with infinite likelihood of pure thought. It’s the closest description of the faceless God that you and I are accustomed. It becomes aware when a litany of random thoughts are strung along by its own momentum. An inconceivable force shrouded with mystery which takes hold at any moment in making conscience realising its own presence. As this train of thought is set in motion, emotion erupts giving birth to a complete entity of souls with the motivation to establish recognition in creation. A state of realisation which requires assessment, and measurement that will become the foundation to the essence of time. As time is initiated from intention distilling a timeline, paths opened as guide for destiny to be written differentiating the notion of past, present and future which were once one of the same. The mysterious momentum travelling on the timeline connecting the past and present events paves way to the future ensuring continuity in an arbitrary, but orderly fashion giving birth to form and its ingenious design of revolving duality.

We are integral to the conscience which can allows us to put it to a test. Hold on to a thought, or put a brake on it. Anything? Now, let the brake go. Feel anything? Is it possible or even probable, the force which affect thoughts to transform sits amongst them? If so, wouldn’t be great to be able to cultivate and nurture that force? Why? To know thyself, or realising self to know the intention of the universal producer, and its skill in directing. The fact that you are able put a thought on hold, and let it go means that you’ve the capacity to play a role as an orchestrator to the already evolving existence.

Jesus recited a passage in his last rite which is reverberated today in an announcement kind of way by priests when conducting masses. It’s a statement rather than a prayer uttered during the eucharist segment;

“Through him, with him, in him, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honor is yours, almighty Father, forever and ever”

“Through him, with him, in him, in the unity of the Holy Spirit” – we conspire in solemn consultation with the collective conscience…

“…all glory and honor is yours, almighty Father, forever and ever” – in giving birth to life with all its magnificence in continuity.

“Father” is used, and not “God” possibly to emphasize the role of a father, and the responsibilities he is entrusted which commands respect.

“Holy Spirit” is believed to be the inconceivable force that moves the conscience tying everything together to create form. The attribute of the spirit can be felt by an overwhelming presence which excites the emotion beyond comprehension.

“Through, “with”, “in” are terms to express that we are all parts of one.

The passage expresses the conscience that only in unity will bring glory to existence as Jesus made his return.

As you see, what has been delineated here is a process of consequence which fermented functionality from a dream state. The portrayal of the conscience discharging its intentions by a ‘thought carrying momentum’ centres on the process of life, or the spirit of things. That momentum is perpetually running carrying our psyche which will linger after death as it did before birth sowing the belief of life everlasting. The perception on living by the spirit makes sense. Likewise, directing our senses of our prayer to the flow of God’s conscience, or the representation of His spirit rather than the image.

As mentioned, conscience is a constant idling state whereby our mind cannot draw familiarity as we are not accustomed to it. A place where we’d find ourselves on unfamiliar ground with absolute stillness – no event, nothing, nada. I ponder why many ardent religious practitioners would hold truth to the thought of returning to the source. It has become a cliche of sort with the absence of further deliberation. Don’t they realised it’s a place where God is sleeping? Where is the fun in that? I can’t imagine anyone would want to experience boredom, after all the idea opposes the process in which is designed for us to play along with the evolving existence in the first place. Besides, there is still excitement, curiosity and amusement about the undiscovered mysteries of this world, and its diverse inhabitants.

I believe it requires diligent preparation in order to enter the door of God, and you will need to drop all “baggages” that have been accumulated before making your way in. The lack in incompatibility of the minds may cause a backlash as beyond that line where the mind of God resides, duality don’t exist. It’s the kind thought that would make anyone crawl into a hole, and hideaway even souls needed ticket passes to enter. Yet, as life progresses the layers of lamination will start to peel allowing light to set upon the shadows of the mind revealing more of the view. A sense of belonging will start to set in. Isn’t that all that matters?
After penning down these thoughts, you are free to crumple it up and throw it out the window (figuratively speaking), or take it as simply good reading.

Where’s the Worth of God? – A Soliloquy Unravelling the Emptiness

Often people asked about the underlying reason or purpose of life, which inadvertently allude to God’s ultimate intention of mankind. But, what if I say that God is also looking for the same thing, in search for the answer through His own creation in you? What would God’s reason be other than from a curious point of view by conjuring life only to discover a perpetuation of nagging mystery? If that is the case, as far as our rationale can take us by consistently pushing its boundaries, can we accept the unambiguous explanation of some sages’ in saying, “life’s purpose is to experience itself”? Afterall, isn’t God the all-encompassing ‘seer’ looking through our eyes and quietly making observations from them? A belief which is universally accepted by most religious practices. Somehow, in many aspects this paradox doesn’t seem so flawed because of it’s uncharacteristically simple and a indisputably straightforward!

I would draw reference to the many passages which Jesus made in his time. Always well analysed from all corners of view that even dissenters had little ground to contradict. To state a couple, “knock and the door shall be opened” and “ask and you shall receive”. Isn’t it obvious if you don’t initiate the act of “knocking” or “asking”, how would you expect any opportunities to come by? Technically, there is little spiritual content in these sayings, and we should not be mistaken that they were intended for a manifestation of miracles. However, they are simply words of wisdom to help us work on our personal development to get us closer to the great ‘seer’ in order to cultivate the sense of togetherness and belonging. In that, work is needed to transform wisdom into a spiritual epiphany.

From our innocence and humility, we asked about the wonders of our existence to our limited understanding and ignorance, we questioned life’s purpose. Arriving at this point, the door has opened as I’ve knocked and now I am asking, will I chance to see through the eyes of the great seer as He does with mine? Or, to be in solemn consultation in respectful silence with Him in search of answers to the purpose of our existence in oneness? If so, what purpose is God to me if both are looking for the same thing?

Life’s Conundrum

When we are caught up in the frame of thought in a circumstance that didn’t turn out quite right which resulted from a calculated decision may it be related to a career, or investment choice, we are then driven to search for clues hoping they could provide reasonable explanation to douse the dissatisfaction on the unsettling sense of failure. Without it, there can be no acceptance. In that state of mind, we are drawn to recollect the principle we lived by and relied on which has served us well in most part of our lives would now seem to be slipping through our fingers. Faith as we know it by which we are accustom is now shakened. It is a common phase in life that most people face, and it can be daunting. A friend once made a remark, “Sometimes I am wandering what am I doing. I am already 76…”. That struck a chord with me.

Like everything else in our journey of life we do our best to accomplish our goals. It’s a tale which has two distinct parts that can overwhelm the quality state of mind. The first is the process, and the other the outcome. Most people are quick to cease the thought of the outcome presumably where the BIG MONEY is. Which ever part we choose to exploit will develop the state of mind that adjust the boundary of our conscience. Ultimately, our psyche may sit side by side with wisdom, or separated from it.

Interpreting on the outcome without sensible investment on effort in the process is banal, and self-defeating. In contrast, putting our focus more on the process will create opportunities no matter how the outcome unfolds. This practice harnesses experience which will take us to a state of realisation made only possible when the awareness expands, liking to people with greater foresight.

Analogy:

A businessman with a running business constantly foresee a huge return in the coming years but neglected his focus on the current and future costs which needed to bring his operation to the next level in order to achieve that goal. No different to a child needing sustenance to grow before he/she could embark in the great journey of adulthood.

There is no creativity in over interpreting outcome. It’s a habit which is only drawn to a fabricated fantasy where it lacks constructive, and purposeful action. Without feedback from experiences, it’s a road to a dead end. However, emphasizing on the process will not only create opportunity, but fulfilment and continuity even when we are long gone as our useful knowledge and experience are passed on. An approach with content which is palpable and compatible to a sustainable reality. Invest our efforts on the need of the present which is within our capacity to manage, but leave the outcome to providence. Our objective could still be met though it didn’t turn out exactly as planned.
Here, we’ve come full circle where we regained confidence in our faith, but this time in the spirit of God in humanity. The emphasis here is not the strictly on the subject of God, moreover the spirit which relates to the process or consciousness on the move. Even at this moment, creation in synchrony with your existence and mine is still running. Creation culminates an incomprehensible process with infinite variable synchronising and correlating a pattern to form life with all its complexities. The spirit of God is when consciousness in motion relates to the presence of our existence which goes beyond the concept of God that you and I imagined stemmed from an up bringing with a certain preconditioned belief. This is the motto that we should all lived by, a presence that is never lost, by act of altruism where life evolves and reinventing itself in continuity.

There is no certainty in life, and I can safely say God never provided that guarantee, a place where I believe distills an ethos of a religious makeup to represent the mystery where hope of mankind finds comfort. I hope what is shared here has not strayed too far from the context, and purpose which is originally intended. It’s a subject which can easily crosses over to other related topics. Regardless of religious milieu or doctrines you’ve embraced, it is my hope from the start that something positive and useful can be taken from this where we no longer wander, but act with meaning and purpose in compatibility to a sustainable and peaceful existence.