Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

February 13, 2013

Follow Your Heart, Not Your Fears

My blogging buddy Raj made the clip above, and I have to say that I agree with him on his sentiments expressed here and in his post, where you can find two other great clips of his.
THE REVELATION
Usually when mankind speaks of religious revelation we imagine destruction and judgement.  But destruction and judgement has been with us for a long time now.  
Everything we fear is already coming to pass.  
We imagine an Apocalypse?  
We are already in the throes of an Apocalypse.  
We imagine the End of Days?  
Our days are already getting figuratively shorter,  
as the Darkness attempts to banish all Light from our hearts. 
My point is that as sentient, imagining creatures we are the union between Heaven and Earth.  Although we are planted firmly in the flesh we often catch glimpses and intimations of Heaven.  
Regardless of your view concerning the literal existence of spiritual entities there is one place where God, his angels and the forces of the Fallen are inarguably real and powerful - 
in the realms of the imagination.  
So, what do you choose to see?  
This sojourn of the physical is only temporary.  
Sooner or later you will return to the Spirit.  
What are we as individuals and as a collective going to choose to leave behind?  
If there is such a thing as a loving God, whatever name we give him, I'm sure of one thing - 
he wants us to gain spiritual knowledge.  
He wants us to see.
Kingdom Come

2 comments:

Dennis said...

No need to bring gob aboard, We sail the seas alone and with light in our eyes, love and compassion. Spit between your teeth. Water the land. Dennis

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I didn't bring G*d on board.
It looks like I have a stowaway on my boat though.-)

Being alone can be a fine illusion though,but it seems pretty hard to really be alone in this universe.
It's not easy to be the only ripple in a pond so big.