04 Jul Deepak
Deepak… I adore him!!!
”The first spiritual law of success is the law of endless possibilities. This law is based on the fact that, in our essential state, we are pure consciousness. Pure consciousness is pure energy, which is the field of all possibilities and infinite creativity.
Pure consciousness is our spiritual essence. Infinite and unlimited, it is also pure joy. Consciousness is also pure knowledge, infinite silence, perfect balance, invincibility, simplicity and bliss. This is our essential nature.
Our basic nature consists of endless possibilities. When you discover your essential nature and know who you really are, it is in this knowledge in its self, the ability to make your dream real.
Because you are the eternal energy, the immense power that comes from all that has been, is and to come .
The law of infinite possibilities would also be called the law of unity, because what is the basis for an infinite variety of life, is the unity of oneself. There is no separation between you and this energy field. The field of infinite possibilities is your YOU, your SELF. The more you experience your true nature, the closer to the field of infinite possibilities you will come. The experience of the oneself, or to be ”self-referential”, suggests that our internal point of reference is our own inner being and not the objects we experience.
The opposite of self-referential is object-referential. References to objects. When we refer to objects outside of us we will always be affect by what happens outside of our being. For example situations, circumstances, people and material things. In this behavior with ”references to objects”, we always seek the approval of others and being liked by others. Our thoughts and our behaviour is always based on the response we expect from others. For this reason, it is based on fear.
In a state of ”reference to objects” we also feel an intensive need to control things. We feel an intense need for power. The need to be approved, the need to control things, and the need for external feeding are the needs that have their roots in fear. That kind of power is not the power that is found in the field of infinite possibilities, or in the power of oneself, or real power. After experiencing the strength of oneself, fear is gone, there is no need to try to control others or circumstances by material things or behaviour. There is no struggle to get approval or need of power. But in a state of ”reference to objects” your internal point of reference is your ego and fear.”