The Enjoyment Of A Dynamic State

Reflection of the day. Our thoughts create our own “problems” and struggles. We are clarity that chooses to experience confusion. Many ask, “If we can create anything, why do we create suffering? Why not create heaven on earth right off the bat?” I think it is because we enjoy healing more than being healed. We enjoy cleaning ourselves more than being clean. We enjoy climbing the mountain more than reaching the top. The healing/cleansing process is uplifting. We prefer to move up rather than be up. To go through the process of healing, you need something to heal, a problem to resolve. That’s why we create suffering. We enjoy getting the dirt off more than having it off already. We enjoy removing weight more than being light. That is enlightenment: to lighten up. The objective isn’t for all to permanently be at its lightest, because that is the only eternal reality. The objective is to partake in the grand illusion of being heavy, simply to enjoy the process of enlightenment. Being healed is stagnant, healing is dynamic. We are energy, and energy likes to vibrate and move. It is in our essence to prefer ascending rather than being ascended. We like movement. Consequently, we are God dreaming of being heavy/injured/impure simply to experience the exhilaration of becoming light/healed/cleansed. God falls asleep because his favorite activity is to wake up. And when he wakes up, he looks at the roller coaster of life and thinks: again! At that moment, his eyes start closing, allowing him to get on the ride again.

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2 thoughts on “The Enjoyment Of A Dynamic State

  1. Pretty cool. I have never thought about it in those terms but you are right. Like when I’m working, I think I enjoy the process of painting or drawing more than the finished product that’s why after it’s done I keep thinking of ways to make it better. I also believe, without a shadow of a doubt, people create a lot of their own problems just to fix them.

  2. So this would be similar to enjoying the journey rather than the destination? I found myself thinking about this a few nights ago. It would make a world of sense when looking at the recent passing of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. They had everything. Clearly, their destinations were not enough to satisfy or give them the peace and happiness they so desperately needed. Is it possible that, at some point, they also fell out of love with their journey, and that this feeling of unbreachable emptiness resulted in such despair as to take their lives, leaving their loved ones behind to deal with the pain and sorrow of their decision? Thanks for sharing this article. Gives me much to think about!

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