87 – We Mirror our Universe (Part II)

Our main organic senses – Vision, Hearing, Taste, Smell, Touch – are the tools developed throughout our evolution to help us adapt and survive, but they are not capable to sense beyond our immediate environment, and thus the Universal Characteristics in us are veiled.

But with the power of our imagination – our sixth sense? – we do have the capacity to sense beyond our limitations and ‘see’ that, mirroring our Universe, we endow everything we generate in our bodies (cells, nervous system, etc.) with a degree of freedom not only to regenerate and reshape us, but also to allow us to affect change, and thus:

Mirroring our Universe, we are dynamic and self-propelled systems that are never at rest even when we appear to be at rest.

Mirroring our Universe, we uphold a process that, amid the constant demands and fluctuations of environments, self-determinedly progresses towards ever-higher levels of complexity and order.

Mirroring our Universe, we convert energy sources into the mass of our bodies, hold them deftly into our unfolding form, and then, albeit transformed, release them back into the environment as motion, action, determination.

Mirroring our Universe, we are driven by Primordial Forces that incite us to bond, to consume, to create, to move forward.

Mirroring our Universe, we encode every single one of our components with the knowledge to follow a pre-determined yet open pathway that paves the way for what it is to be created, what function it is to perform, when it is to cross into another realm.

Implausible as these universal similarities may seem to be under a perception of the world based solely on the limited capacity of our organic senses, the tangible connection with our Universe they reveal is unavoidable.

‘Seeing’ our connection with the Universe will change us. It will make us ‘see’ how deeply embedded we are in Nature; it will make us ‘see’ that, without forgetting that Nature will always have the last word, we do possess a degree of freedom to affect change.

Nor science, nor organized religion, nor current educational systems, with their servitude to self-serving interests (power, profit, control) will lead us selfishly to unleash the power of our imagination; this is something we must do ourselves with the simple knowledge that, with a degree of freedom and the imagination to ‘see’ beyond our limitations, we have the amazing capacity to ‘see’ how, in our most fundamental characteristics, we do mirror the Universe from which we are created.

Revised August 2019

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