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A MEDITATION ON MUNDANE REALITY

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A tiny shell, little more than 1/4 inch long. Until I saw it under the microscope, I thought it held a grain of sand. That grain is the tinier shell. The events that joined them are unfathomable. The energies and histories flowing around you right now are no less complex. We'll look close now at a small piece of our reality and reflect. Oh, Once again, the ripples in the background are my fingerprint pressed into clay.

A tiny shell, little more than 1/4 inch long. Until I saw it under the microscope, I thought it held a grain of sand. That grain is the tinier shell, held fast within. The events that joined them are unfathomable. The energies and histories flowing around you right now are no less complex. We'll look close at a small piece of our own reality and reflect. Oh, once again, the ripples in the background are my fingerprint pressed into clay.

           The next week, everything seemed to slow down. Communication seemed off and See Do was harder to reach. Most of the week, when I tried to make contact, there was just this vague sense of needing to dig deeper into understand some of the complexities in this temporal reality around me. For some reason, this is important.

            And I’m not sure if it’s literally important, meaning that there may be some hard information there that I need to make part of my background of understanding. Or whether it’s just important as a mind-expanding and spiritual exercise, meaning that doing the heavy lifting of understanding all this complexity will ready my mind(and my soul) for what See Do has in store next. But either way, I spent much of my “spare time” this week working on it.

            And what comes next has also been revealed to me. After this meditation on our temporal reality, comes a more detailed explanation of what I call “See Do reality,” or the mechanics behind what See Do has been explaining over the previous 40 chapters. (As we move toward that, you are obviously encouraged to go back and review some of what has been taught so far.)

            Please understand that what you’re about to read in this meditation did not come directly from See Do. I believe he merely sent me after it. I dug deep into many sources and now believe the research itself was also part of the lesson.

            What I’m going to explore over the next several chapters goes back to the incredible amount of information that is constantly moving through the apparent world around us that we are almost completely unaware of. In fact, much of it is undetectable to us by our five senses, but it is clearly there.

            And perhaps that is the key word here, apparent. Maybe there is something in understanding the opposite of what I’ve been trying to understand. Maybe I’m supposed to understand the nearly unimaginable complexity of our “apparent” temporal reality construct versus the “real” or “See Do reality” behind it. I can’t answer that just yet. But I can walk you through the world I’ve been looking into all week.

            The basic conceptual framework I was given to work with is the idea of coming to terms with everything that is going on inside a hypothetical cube that is roughly one-quarter-inch on a side, floating in the air a foot in front of my face.

            Take a breath and imagine it. Shape it between your fingers. Each surface is a little smaller than the fingernail on your pinky. It’s about half the dimensions of a common sugar cube. About the size of a nice blueberry, but square. If you have a TV remote nearby, the physical volume of one of the buttons will do just fine.

            And what I’m going to lay out in the coming chapters is just an overview, a glimpse. This exercise could easily fill a book. Or a collection of books. It is nothing short of an attempt to really look at this temporal reality that we all feel so familiar with. And I now know I have seen just barely beneath the surface of something very deep and complex.

            I’ll give some time to consider this task on your own. Or perhaps you might want to do some of your own research. But in the next chapter we begin. And it starts with something as simple and as beautiful as light. Please stay tuned.

            –continued (Next: We look at the world of light that envelops us.)

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