Mudcat Café message #1564740 The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #78466   Message #1564740
Posted By: Amos
15-Sep-05 - 09:01 PM
Thread Name: BS: why do we need religion
Subject: RE: BS: why do we need religion
In my father's house are many mansions, one spiritualist.

Beautifully told story, LH!

I think that postulating to meet someone again is like postulating anything -- sometimes you make it happen just that way and other times it gets put on hold while other things unfold. Sometimes it springs on you like a quail in a back-country snowdrift, wham, and you're all caught off guard and fluttering like a baby.

It is a question of what and "how much" you are being at the time you create that postulate; anyone has experienced being more full themselves at some times than others. The difference in energy and awareness and sensitivity can shift wildly and with those thing, so also the power of any given decision made.

Just as you cannot solve a problem at the same energy level at which it was created, you tend to be more swept up by decisions made at energy levels higher than you presently operate at; this is why some people have problems deciding on which fork to use, while others can comfortably weigh much bigger problems, like which continent to use. Like nested, cascading shells of diminishing being, the things we leave unhandled and unfaced tend to haul us into smaller scopes of existence, until all we have to reckon with is the body and a small array of very solid thoughts about things to buy. The reverse is also true -- the more you face squarely and openly, the freer you are.

Anyway, ya never know when you're gonna meet someone you have unfinished business with, for better or for worse! :D