How to be Anything and Everything in Existence

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It’s not as hard  as you might think to see yourself as everyone and everything all around you. In truth, there is no separation. The appearance of individuality and isolated-ness comes from the filters we’ve set up inside the left hemispheres of our brains, as i’m sure if you’ve seen Jill Taylor describe it, when that part of the brain goes away, those laws of separation goes away with it.

It’s actually quite remarkable,  as the awareness of the interconnectedness flows through you to the depth and core of who You really are, you begin to see and recognize the Truth in it, and the old ideas of the way things are begin to break down. So its really working in both directions. The deeper you go into each other, the more the programs break down. And the more you dissect and break down the programs, the deeper you are able to See.

You are a part of everything, you are One with everything, and everything you observe and experience in your external reality is a reflection and a part of what is inside you. Likewise, what is inside you is a reflection of what is happening all around you externally, and thus both must be engaged in, in order to create the transformation and awareness that you seek.

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Being anything and everything you desire is not necessarily difficult, it simply takes an awareness, practice, and focus on the thing it is you are trying to achieve and create. Through Meditation, you can create that awareness internally, and then allow it to blend with your physical reality, allowing your physical actions to match the mental, emotional and spiritual awareness of what you’re trying to create.

There’s a video we made about it a while ago… This is the Parable of the Stonecutter.

I suppose you might say as a result that the best way to become everything in existance is to recognize that you are already it. You are already everything in existence, you are One with everything. With that awareness, the only thing left to do is ask… what do you want to do with it? And who do you want to do it with?