The mirror of Truth:
“The truth was a mirror in the hands of God. It fell, and broke into pieces. Everybody took a piece of it, and they looked at it, and thought they had the truth.”
Every person has the truth of their own lives. However, the truth of one life is not the “absolute” truth. It is only a partial piece of the truth. From our individual perspective we cannot see or understand a higher perspective. For the truth to be the complete and absolute truth, it has to be the truth of every person on the planet, & everything in the universe as we share in one collective perspective, a universally shared experience in this physical reality of life. However, even this 3D reality is not the only density or plane of existence. Quantum physics is now talking about at least 10 dimensions (and in my opinion, there will probably be an infinite number more of them)*
*”In fact, the theoretical framework of Superstring Theory posits that the universe exists in ten different dimensions. These different aspects are what govern the universe, the fundamental forces of nature, and all the elementary particles contained within.”….
“The Theory of Everything (TOE) – the belief that the universe is made up of ten dimensions (or more, depending on which model of string theory you use) is an attempt to reconcile the standard model of particle physics with the existence of gravity. In short, it is an attempt to explain how all known forces within our universe interact, and how other possible universes themselves might work.”
Each person has a piece of the mirror living their individual lives with their own personal perspectives. The pieces are our views from this third dimensional world we live in; while the complete unbroken mirror is the Multiverse or Absolute universe itself, God, Source, Great Creator, Great Spirit, or whatever label we prefer to use.
Thinking we are separate from the universe is like taking a piece of the mirror of truth and calling it the complete truth, when it is not.
I was reading a blog that I follow, and I really liked how Anita, (the author) described this concept in her post:
“we all originate from a common source (a shared consciousness) – and that each of us are reflections of that source (that shared consciousness), then it would seem to me that the most effective way to change the world, is to change our own consciousness. By changing our own consciousness, we can influence ALL consciousness. ”
Our egos tend to divide and separate everything into neat little boxes, and categories, separating people by the color of their skin, age, looks, gender, social class, political or religious views, etc… We judge based on apparent differences, and yet we all have red blood under the skin, and most importantly, we are all so much more than a physical body! To quote Pierre Teilhard de Chardin “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.”
We try to explain everything as black and white, positive or negative, good or bad, right or wrong… and yet there are many gray areas that are not quite as black or as white…
Even in the Yin and Yang symbol, there is a dot of white in the black swirl, and a dot of black in the white.
In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Two polar complements in harmonious balance.
Many tangible dualities (such as light and dark, fire and water, expanding and contracting) are thought of as physical manifestations of the duality symbolized by yin and yang. Both dualities or opposite energies are represented inside the circle because they are both part of the one, or aspects of the whole.
In other words, everything is interconnected, and even opposites are part of the one Source, part of the whole. If I hurt you, I am hurting myself.