abscess wrote:Okay... we are going in cirlces now. How is it that "oneness" and "unconditional love" are the same thing? Explain why is it so.
What is it that makes your idea so different from the other ones?
Unconditional love is to submit to acceptance of all things in the universe. Thus you submit to oneness, to use crude words, you just want to be with them.
I can't prove it.
How can I even prove your existence itself? You ask for the impossible.
I can't prove it with the system of logic that we've created for ourselves, they've completely left out the esoteric part. 50% ignored. The fact that paradoxes even exists should prove against this system.
Thus I don't really have any way to explain myself...
The only thing I want to achieve by telling you this is to give you some perspective, because my view of things isn't so common... but I feel it's constructive.
I hope you do feel some meaning in talking about this. =)
There's just so much information to puzzle. I can only give a little introduction...
My believe originates from the "Law of One". "Ra" is an entity (call it alien if you want) which contacted the people called Egyptians some many thousand years ago. Thus they began worshipping him and whatnot, since their priests warped their words (to gain power etc).
They left, humanity wasn't ready for the information yet (obviously).
It's pretty far fetched if you're not into esoteric stuff, and don't believe there's a world within you etc. You'll likely be "whoa, who smoked pot here?!?" but the more you read, the more it makes sense. The more you learn from other sources also, you begin to see connections. And it all feels correct intuitively.
Like you've always known.
You can legitimately question all this except oneness, which also is the base of the Law of One.
My friends doesn't call me "the master of bullshit" for nothing lol
Perhaps, in the future, I shouldn't discuss facts of how I'd like a society to be when I want to positively influence people. From this discussion it looks like it's completely meaningless, and just ends up with more fundamental things.