Spirit tells me that whenever the sudden
sense of awareness of an expanded
so-called reality seems to have blown
our mind, it is helpful to ask ourselves
just where has it blown our mind?
We are now beyond where we had been,
or, more truthfully, we are now beyond
being able to ever again be where we
previously had been.
It is not a matter of choosing to be
less directly engaged with other
characters and situations in the play,
or game of Life, than we once were,
and can honestly be no more.
How to recover from sudden removal
from the close-up action, even though
we may now see it all from a certain
distance as more-or-less meaningless
That would be an easy-out.
Then, how to respond?
To the awareness of not being
in the action.
Are you physically removed from it?
I seem to have been recast,
as a member of the audience, but
an audience that influences
the activity on the stage.
Yes. We are never totally disconnected
from either the play or the players.
What is it?
My character is still there, at least
in form. But I now know that I
acted as that character. So, am I
Yes and no.
I want to be real.
What would real look like?
I’m not sure. I can see what is
happening, from a distance, as well as
Are you now more or less engaged
in the play?
I seem to be more aware of
the potential for expansion in
the value of the play.
Yes, and that expanded awareness comes
with a price you must pay.
Note: Dear Reader, Spirit suggests that we each spend
a few minutes at the beginning and again at the ending
of each day, reflecting on the seemingly nonsensical
world we live in, and then to smile with awareness
of the incredible potential, locked within all that
seems to make no sense, waiting to be activated.