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Sunday, 27 November 2016

Meltdown - The Apocalypse

Written by Mathew Naismith

"When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us. Alexander Graham Bell"
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As one door closes, so too will another one open, this is an inevitability that is governed by motion. It's sort of like one of the laws of motion, for a door to close, another door has to be on the verge of opening otherwise all motion becomes motionless. Could you imagine being in a reality that you are fixed to because there is no motion to open another door!! Motion naturally opens other doors, however, at times to open other doors, excessive and extreme motions are needed to open these other doors, I think this is what we are presently experiencing.

Meltdown: Recently, I experienced a mental meltdown, basically, my mind broke down to an extent, it no longer wanted to cope with what I was presently focusing on. In my situation, as soon as I become too unfocused from my inner being, the mind couldn't handle this, my mind basically chucked a patty, meaning, my mind became upset/disturbed. As soon as you condition yourself to focusing on your inner being, this is what your mind becomes accustom to, anything other than this, the mind becomes disturbed in a sense it becomes maladjusted to it's present focus. In my case, I had to focus on something else other than my inner being, the mind acted in accordance to this kind of motion thus creating a mental meltdown.

It's like closing a door to your inner being and reopening a door once closed. A mind conditioned to our inner being, will react to a situation when the inner self is no longer the main focus. Its like being rejected by beloved loved one's, such a rejection will incur a unbecoming reaction of a kind. Yes, it feels apocalyptic because the mind is no longer accustomed to this kind of motion. This in all isn't a bad or negative sign, it's actually good sign that we have indeed begun to enter another door, we are no longer accustomed to the door or reality we are closing. However, until we fully close a door, we can never fully open another door, it's like being in limbo or no man's land.

It's like a closet with two doors, shut one door, the other door automatically opens. The harder or more motion we shut one door with, the further the other door opens. We are collectively slamming one door to a reality to fully open another door to another reality, by doing so, our time in limbo should be shortened. This is how I think an existence in motion works.

Motion: If our mind is conditioned to motion, this experience of limbo will feel rather unsettled to us, however, if we conditioned our mind to motionlessness, this state of limbo will feel comforting. The problem with this is now we will feel uncomfortable in an existence of motion. To get around this, balance is the key, a balance between motion and motionlessness. Condition your mind to both motion and motionlessness, within this, every door we close to open another door, will be less discomforting to us.

I recently lost this balance when I conditioned my mind to balance. Yes, even when we condition ourselves to balance, experiencing an  imbalance will incur a degree of discomfort brought about by the mind becoming disturbed in some way. It's therefore also a good idea, while experiencing an existence of motion, to condition yourself to imbalance as well. Yes, experiencing an existence of motion is tricky in any sense, the trick is, balance within all things.

Collectively,  the present reality we are experiencing seems to be apocalyptic, an a existence of self-destructiveness. What it truly is, is that one door is being slammed shut to instantly open another door to anther reality, of course we could do this more gently  but I don't think too many people want to expedience too much of limbo, a state that is motionless, a state between two doors. The reason why a lot of us don't like a state of motionlessness, is to do with conditioning ourselves to motion, anything other than motion becomes discomforting to us.

Physicality: Motion is indeed related to physicality, a state of mind conditioned to the preoccupation of physical being as opposed to inner being. Of course the physical being is only opposed to the inner being when we become too preoccupied with physical attributes and existences. All physical existence is attributed to motion, so we could presume that  all non-physical existence is attributed to motionless, this of course isn't the case or so it seems.

You can indeed experience motion void of an actual physical existence as in solid mass, the problem with this is that we often relate physical existence with something solid or 3 dimensional. The strange thing is, physical existence isn't reliant on mass, it reliant on motion alone. Basically, motion can exist void of a solid form of mass, in actuality, there are existences of motion that have no mass to speak of, these realities are as much, if not more, physical than our own reality that is based on mass. To me, motion creates physical existences, not mass. 

So what's has this got to do with the meltdown and the apocalypse, the closing of one door to open another?

Balance: Because we are conditioned to relating motion with mass, we will open yet anther door to a reality based on mass. The reason for this lies in our conditionings to physical being only being of mass when physical existences are based on motion alone. Why do so many spiritual practices condition us to the inner being? Of course no spiritual practices should condition us to our inner being while fully negating our physical being in my mind. The reason for this is there is no balance between our physical being and our inner being within this, being that all being is who we are as a whole. It's wise to balance the whole, not what we desire to be the whole....!!

The creation of the meltdown and the apocalypse, is due to our reaction to our present reality. Being that our physical being is a representative of our physical being (motion), our inner being must be of our non-physical being (motionless). Any preoccupation of our physical being, will naturally create meltdowns and apocalypses, this is inevitable, especially when at the same time we negate or stay ignorant to our inner being.

The answer is simple, as I have personally found out just recently once again, a balance between our inner being and our physical being will negate the existence of a meltdown and an apocalypse. Basically, balance between our physical and inner being nullifies or neutralises the existence of meltdowns and apocalypses. Balance gives us the key to the next door of evolution, otherwise all we will do is stay fixated to the present reality, or, open another door to a reality of even more excessive motion than our present reality. Yes, there are realities that exist that are more ignorant to their inner being than our own, however, there too exists realities that are far more aware than our own, the choice is indeed ours, balance or imbalance of our inner and physical being.....  

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