Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Meaning and The Mechanism of Life

Scientists, philosophers, and physicians have sought to understand and define the complexities of the state of existence called life. In the sphere of the universe, life can neither be created nor destroyed. No human or species upon your planet or any other planet has ever created—or destroyed—life. You might argue about the reproductive processes upon your planet or the ability to destroy a living thing. In either case, you are neither creating nor destroying life—you are simply changing its form.

Your planet abounds with life. You rub shoulders with life every day. Your physical existence is an expression of life; yet, the ability to explain or define it is evasive. What makes something alive? Or dead? And where are the boundaries that define life and that which we perceive as inanimate? Is the rock dead or simply a different standard of consciousness? When one dies what has left and what remains?
To fully understand life, one must be willing to acknowledge a creative consciousness in existence.
Recently renowned physicists and scientists have inferred that God was not necessary for creation. Many were frightened, dismayed, and angry over such a conjecture. Yet, in the definition of most religions concerning the concept of God, […]

September 21st, 2011|Physicality, Spirituality|

Interdependent vs Codependent

The term codependency is frequently bandied about. There are numerous groups centered around codependent behavior; whereas, interdependency is spoken of less often.

Interdependency is used by scientific and environmental groups to define the cohesiveness and network of support in creation. The term interdependency can also be of value in defining human interaction.
In fact, codependency is an aberration of the interdependency of humanity which is the natural state of existence.
• Interdependent relationships support you and enhance your ability to live well. Codependency is when you believe something outside of yourself is the source of your existence and your ability to live well.

• Interdependency is a servant to your dominion; codependency is a ruthless master over your life.

• Interdependency is the source; codependency offers nothing to enhance your life.

In truth, be it the species on the planet or a community of people, the very nature of existence is interdependent, each aspect of creation contributing to the whole. It is an outgoing and generous spirit, The result is that one plus one is greater than two. Codependency is a self-centered attitude generated from fear, utilizing control, manipulation, and deceit in an attempt to survive. It depletes those in the codependent relationship, and one plus […]

September 7th, 2011|Enlightenment|

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