I’m reading two fascinating books right now: Beyond Past Lives: What Parallel Realities Can Teach Us about Relationships, Healing, and Transformation by Mira Kelley and Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering the Art of Manifesting by Wayne Dyer.

Mira Kelley wrote extensively of the nature of reality as revealed by past life regressions.  To begin with, according to the higher selves consulted, all lives are actually taking place at once.  Lives have a multiplicity of versions that exist in parallel realities.  Everything in reality reflects you.  Everything is one.  Everything “out there” is actually “in here.”  Essentially what Mira Kelley is saying is that reality is a hologram.  When a hologram is cut in half, the whole scene can still be seen in each piece.  A piece of the whole contains the whole.  A piece of the whole is the whole.

Meanwhile, Wayne Dyer quotes in his book one of my favorite verses:  “Is it not written in your law, ‘I said, “You are gods”’?” (John 10:34).  And also:  “Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus, who, being in the form of God, did not consider it robbery to be equal with God.” (Philippians 2:5–6).

These concepts work well together when one considers that everything we perceive is actually a dream.  Consider your own nightly dreams.  No doubt, the you that you recognize is the main actor in these dreams.  The you that you recognize is the thinker and the decider in the dream.  What about the other objects and characters in your dreams?  What are they?  Do they not also originate in your mind?  As such, any of these objects and characters is capable of also being fully informed by your mind.  Any of them has access to any information that you have.  All of them are contained in you.

Now, consider that you and everything around you is a dream in God’s mind.  If God’s dreams are like ours, then everything we see has access to all of God, including ourselves.  We are part of God.  God is us.  This is how Jesus could consider himself to be equal to God, as in the verse above.  Furthermore, in that verse, Paul implores us to do likewise.  If we are in God’s dream, then it is not hubris to do so.  But then of course, we must remember that everyone and everything else in the dream is God also.  Namaste!

Now if you really want a head game, consider:  What happens to the you in your dream and everything else when you wake up?  What will happen when God wakes up?

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