Giving and receiving are imagined to create the poetic story; the play. We are all things – it is therefore impossible to ‘have’ anything since this creates relationship. If we think we have ownership of something, the illusions of acquisition, giving, and receiving arise. In turn, the illusion of static ownership, rather than fluid stewardship, arises.
Masculine and feminine are illusions that have appeared as a result of mind-made divisions. When these artificial divisions are not there, masculine and feminine express in an integrated way and the conflict between genders disappears. Within the Indivisible, there are no separate parts.
To prolong life is no more valuable than to prolong death. Both lose their luster when viewed against the backdrop of eternity, where existence transcends either state.
~ The Seer Almine
The Visual Poetic Perspective (23)
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Much gratitude for these luminous insights Almine. These are so precious.
Loved “To prolong life is no more valuable than to prolong death. Both lose their luster when viewed against the backdrop of eternity, where existence transcends either state.”
When Obi-Wan fights Darth Vader in Episode IV: A New Hope, he says: “You can’t win, Vader. If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.” What does he mean by that? Is it true? If it is true, why does he tell Vader?
He is referring to the fact that he will become one with The Force – a technique only a handful of jedi have learned. And as a ‘spirit’ he will continue to guide Luke, and thus become somewhat omniscient – subsequently becoming more powerful. You might say as an older man, he had become physically weak, but once bonded with the Force he becomes greater than the sum of his parts.