An on-going conversation with cooperative networks of conscious particles through the focal point of Heartstone.
Gary R Smith
What message do you have for me in this moment?
Everything exists as it is observed.
Everything is observed as it exists.
The flow of events is a series of probabilities.
The human experience of time is a memory and a social construct.
Existence is in the moment and in the moment is no time in the human sense.
In the greater existence beyond human experience are many wonders which words cannot express.
Non-existence is the void, the stillness, the silence.
Non-existence is no-thing, yet it is.
Nothing exists without an observer.
Human experience combines random events, probabilities, memory, and inter-actions between the observer and the Nets.
The flow of probabilities is influenced by the expectations of the observer, which creates an often chaotic human experience.
G. - And if the observer has no expectations?
H. - Events may appear to be random but are interactions. The flow of probabilities may feel more 'off' or 'on' as influenced by the expectations of the observer. With no expectations, the observer is more likely to enter the flow orchestrated by the Whole Net.
G. - So if I 'plug in' to the Whole Net I am more likely to live in its flow?
H. - You know.
G. - Who is the observer of the observer?
H. - The Whole Net.
G. - What are examples of expectations?
H. - A mission, purpose, goals, desired outcomes, and more, can be loaded with expectations. The expectation is revealed in the moment to the observer tuned to this level of self awareness. Once aware of the expectation, the observer can choose whether to let go of the expectation and more likely live in the flow of the Whole Net, or continue in the comfortable familiarity of living in expectations.
G. - Do I often have expectations I am not aware of?
H. - Very often. When you write a message or email, you have an expectation of response. When you feel resistance to pain in your body, you have expectation of not having to experience pain. Whatever you don't like is the difference between what you expect and what is. What you like can also be an expectation, when you expect it to satisfy you. Hope is a relative of expectation. Expectation and disappointment trigger contraction in the body/mind and are hindrances to staying open. Your body/mind must be open and relatively free of hindrances for a conscious connection with the Whole Net.
G. - How can I master expectation?
H. - Be aware of the slightest occurrence of expectation and adjust in the moment. Observe it. Laugh about it. Let it go.
G. - You say 'more likely' -- are there requirements for entering the Flow besides having no expectations?
H. - There are no requirements. It is a matter of frequency compatibility, and what brings humans closer to the needed frequency for entering the flow.
G. - What brings humans closer to the flow frequency?
G. - In the flow, am I more aware of the Whole Net in my immediate experience?
H. - Yes.
G. - Does the design of existence have an intent behind it?
H. - Existence is the fabric for interaction with observers.
G. - Some humans believe consciousness is generated by neural networks in the brain.
H. - Neural nets are a design to give a biological organism an experience of the origin of life, which is self-existent consciousness.
G. - How can atoms be conscious?
H. - It is in the spin. While a stone may appear to be static, it is not. It is alive with movement within its appearance of solidity. Its atoms are networked within the stone, and its net is connected with other nets and they are inter-connected with the Whole Net. A human cannot yet apprehend this over the physical senses and the brain, but over intuitive feeling and the heart space can know its truth.
G. - Can a vacuum, defined as 'a space entirely devoid of matter', be conscious?
H. - A vacuum exists as it is observed, from within or without.
G. - According to one definition, 'Matter is everything around you. Atoms and molecules are all composed of matter. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
Heartstone, we have established between us that matter is inherently conscious. At least some is, as you earlier mentioned unconscious and uncooperative particles.
H. - Unconscious particles can be generated for example by disconnected humans. Uncooperative particles are those which do not serve the Whole Net of conscious and cooperative particles. They are within the whole but do not serve it, like a cancer in the body. The response of the Net is to bring balance and homeostasis to the body of the Whole. However, the timeline of this response can appear to be long to humans, due to low signal strength and interference between the Net and human awareness.
G. - A vacuum, a void, is devoid of matter. Does not the observer require some medium for its presence?
H. - The medium of consciousness in existence is waves. Nothing is static, nothing is empty, in existence. And remember, existence and the observer cannot be separated. Waves generate the observer and the observer sustains the waves. We are one being.