PARADOX

936210_515484665180425_488925915_nThe BHAGAVAD GITA lays out the yogic world view in the form of a tale of a prince, Arjuna, reluctantly facing battle. A manifestation of the godhead in the form of Krishna , acting as Arjuna’s chariot driver, explains why things appear as they do. Arjuna says to Krishna, “My mind is in confusion because in thy words I find contradictions”.

As you become more your self and see through your own eyes, the phenomenon of paradox becomes more prevalent.You exercise free will, but recognize a grand design and destiny. Things are the way they are supposed to be this moment, but they should be better.

This is a higher level of understanding. The world is trying to pin things down, but you perceive different strata of reality. Light can be both a wave and a pulse. Different dimensions have different rules. We can live in the same world, the physical universe, but, depending on our level of spiritual development, We experience different realities. Many teachers, Jesus as an example, perform what seem miracles, manifestations of a deeper awareness of the natural order. They tell us this is our birthright, to gain this greater awareness.

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