There is a sense under the senses there is a hidden world beneath the phenomenal ever changing reality. Finding keys to unlock the door of this hidden dimension is priceless.
Because it gives meaning to our fragmented perception and validates intuitive thinking, it sustains the spirit, therefore the eternal truth. Such were the teachings of tantra opening my mind to infinite possibilities and waysa to tread the world. Because the meaning of the term tantra is “extension”, referring to the expansion of mind that overrides the fragments of polarity.
Challenges magnify this polarity, when we are caught between two options, a dilemma, or plain indecision.
We see both sides of the coin, yet we cannot determine which is more real than the other or more appropriate for us. There are many things we take under consideration when making a decision, some of these considerations feel good and others not, while there is the knowing that a decision isn’t always meant to feel good.
Challenges dare us to break our comfort zone. On the other hand we can’t say that what is good must always feel uncomfortable. Instead we use discomfort to alarm us of an undesired direction.
The challenge is when we are misguided, and lose our direction going against our intuition and deeper knowing, as if reality plays tricks on us and we must see behind the phenomenal events of our life.
So how can we be sure and stay clear on our intentions and path, when the ever changing reality tricks us and often withholds important information in the realm of the unpredictable and unknowable future?
To understand this question I had to bring to memory the opposite effect in life, serendipity.
The moments when I felt everything was in place and meaningful like all of the fragments perceived by me had a full and complete meaning, and even the dimension of time seemed to be perfect in that scheme of perception.
Obviously there are two ways we can see this through, either with what is right at the moment and logical in a given circumstance or we can trace the elements of the effects a situation has on us, taking our inner knowing under consideration.
This is a more difficult way to comprehend reality but it becomes easier with practice.
So what would be a satisfactory description of the term “inner knowing”, and of the term “serenditpity”
The two ingredients, serendipity held at those moments of absolute bliss, were, meaning and order.
Since everything seemed to flow in an appropriate way and seemed in place belonging to the appropriate place in perfect alignment with the whole, I could reduce it to the simple event of the right place and time. And that perfection combined with a strong sense of “inner knowing” or ”a point of spacetime held true to our consciousness”.
If there is a sense under the senses, a hidden world of true meaning in spacetime, the same can be said of possible outcomes and possibilities. There is a limitless alternative spacetime of all events of hidden parts we cannot fully perceive
Because the fragments of reality that stand nonsensical and meaningless, could be a reflection of our fragmented inner being, as a result in our attempt to keep up with the order of the outer world when in fact the outer world is against our inner needs.
Taking enough time to sit with a possibility or option unlocks the intuitive layer of our thinking, giving space to our inner knowing to make sense of the world and our understanding of its polarity. We gain a clear perspective of the infinite possibilities and our serendipitous place in the ever changing reality
By keeping our intention to allow the dimension of meaning in our being we can retrieve lost parts of ourself and become whole as it was meant to be in that point of time in a perfect harmony with our eternal spirit.
Incorporating the two serendipity elements, of meaning and synchronicity in our daily mediation will bring us closer to the fullness of self. Simply bringing to mind the sensations of a serendipitous moment in our life will allow us to discern between what belongs to our inner being and what isn’t ours.This goes for all aspects of our emotional life, fear, guilt, feelings of emptiness and lack.
When drowning in indecision, when things are obscure and uncertain we can visualise instead, that we are becoming untangled of the ties to an over-imposed narrative. Invoking our inner knowing of the situation by examining our frustration and providing a way out by looking within, with intuitive thought and the guidance of the elements of serendipity.
Retrieving those forgotten parts of ourself is a matter of time once we have the direction and then all that remains is to step into our own hidden potential.
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