Synchronicity – on the edge. Donald Trump is the winner and has been in power a while now. Many people are holding their heads and wondering, “how can this be?” Similarly, there was almost disbelief when the Brexit pole was announced. How could the UK divide themselves against Europe? How you view these events will be, most probably, how you view life itself.
If you are comfortable in life, have things in place and in order, you probably don’t want that status quo interrupted. Yet if you feel like you’ve been trodden on, lied to, mislead or simply don’t feel included in the values of the politicians, then revolution will be in your eyes.
And the cost of revolution will not matter. Which brings us back to the leading statement – how you view life itself. Is life (outside your head), intelligent, interactive, responsive to your intentions? Or is life calculated on the physical chronological events that determine evolution. In other words, is life about Darwinism, or Creationism (God)? If life is about Darwin’s theories, then the strongest will win over the weakest – and the better at adapting will survive. If, however, life was created from the top down, then God’s will must be playing a part here?
Or is there another way of thinking that takes both (usually divided) philosophies into account? Why isn’t it possible we have animal bodies that are perfect for spiritual energy to engage with. That we are evolving as Darwin postulated, yet are also working in accordance with celestial patterns, both refining each other. As the body refines itself it becomes more able to handle higher or more complex transmissions. As the patterns of energy get reflections from the boundaries of the body, they can also evolve into more evolved frequencies.
Which brings us back to the notion of synchronicity. If we are being guided by our own spiritual evolution, there has to be earthly events which create the environment for that to happen. And who is to say what is good or bad? Yes, we can say that world war two was bad, even terrible. Yet what came about from that? Womens rights (at last). They could come out of the kitchen, work and get paid for the first time in a long time. The class system in the UK took a hug leap towards equality when many of the aristocracy didn’t come home (that took two world wars to make a dent).
We can only look back to see why those things maybe had to happen (if we didn’t decide voluntarily to make them happen of our own accord). If you can’t get those examples on a world stage, have a look at your own life and see where life made decisions (seemingly) for you, when you dragged your heels too much.
And those of you who are into the idea of self-actualising, will know only too well that the better your imagination, the better life gets!
The amazing James Jeans, who gets little popular accreditation, wrote about the universe and how he saw it working. Bear in mind he was a scientist and philosopher, like Einstein, who took all the possible notions of time, space, energy and matter into his thinking. Whilst also considering every other scientists and philosophers equations to mind. Then he wrote this piece, in his book The Mysterious Universe:
One of the first acute observers to see the ‘writing on the wall’ implied in the observations of early twentieth century physics was British mathematician and astronomer, James Jeans (1877-1946). Long before it became evident to his peers, Jeans understood that Einstein’s equations equalizing energy and matter meant that the material universe was nothing more than congealed light. In his book, The Mysterious Universe, published in 1931, he wrote:
“The tendency of modern physics is to resolve the whole material universe into waves, and nothing but waves. These waves are of two kinds: bottled-up waves, which we call matter, and unbottled waves, which we call radiation or light. If annihilation of matter occurs, the process is merely that of unbottling imprisoned wave-energy and setting it free to travel through space. These concepts reduce the whole universe to a world of light, potential or existent, so that the whole story of its creation can be told with perfect accuracy and completeness in the six words: ‘God said, Let there be light’.
But the recognition that the material world was born of light was not the extent of Jeans’ extrapolations on the revolutionary discoveries of physics in the early twentieth century. In that same book, he suggested that recent scientific discoveries show “that the stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality. The universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears as an accidental intruder into the realm of matter; we are beginning to suspect that we ought rather to hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter― not of course our individual minds, but the Mind in which the atoms out of which our individual minds have grown exist as thoughts.”
So here we are with Brexit and Donald Trump. What are the metaphors, or the meaning that we have to take from these physical events, that can show us the way we are going to develop both our minds, our spiritual (energy) bodies and our physical bodies?
It looks like for sure we, as a collective consciousness, have decided we really do need a shake up. And whether it hurts our pockets or our egos, the furniture is definitely being moved around, a lot!
The smart ones will be able to work out, in advance, what the messages are and position themselves to embrace change. The others will have to take some pills and hope their way of the world will come round at some point.
James Jeans – The Mysterious Universe