167 – There Is a Reason …

The mass of a body is a measure of its energy content, and mass and energy mold the shape of space and the flow of time. These are the foundations of Relativity, the reason for our capacity as physical bodies to adapt to diverse environments and seek a degree of stability in our development.

Would we then ever ponder about the reason … because there is a reason … why our bodies instinctively know how to attain stability by balancing our consumption of energy sources (what we eat, absorb, inhale) with the energy we dissipate (the energy we exert as we act and move), so we can grow and develop in relative equilibrium?

Would we ever ponder about the reason why we instinctively possess the capacity to mold the shape of space and the flow of time, so we can change ourselves and our environments?

Even if current scientific ideology insists on claiming that we have come to be what we are by ‘chance’, it is impossible to deny the obvious fact that, throughout our evolution and amid the trials of adaptation, we have persisted with unbending determination and relentless ingenuity to develop a level of complexity in which we are aware of our own awareness. Can this really happen by ‘chance’?

As neurons in the brains of infant human beings evolved into pioneering the advent of conscious self-reflection, so we, as a species, are evolving into pioneering the advent of a higher dimension of conscious self-reflection … could this be what Jung called the ‘collective unconscious’ becoming conscious of itself!

The movement of Nature towards conscious self-awareness is self-evident in us. So, instead of inciting the hate and constant conflict threatening to destroy what has taken Nature eons to achieve, why can we not ponder the reason why we, as far as we know, are the first creatures in Nature aware of our awareness?

Revised December 2020   

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