What one puts out to the invisible cube, one takes in to the visible sphere. One cannot move from a point of rest without giving attention to the consequential sensed matter in motion. Every thought believed to be true is a projection that appears on the screen of consciousness, as if it is true. Every thought-believed-to-be-true is like an elastic band that gets stretched and then snapped back into place when the stretching is discontinued, or like a boomerang returning to its origin.
The ego, being lead by the senses, can only perceive the visible. It cannot know that what one gives to the invisible is taken back by the visible. It believes that activity, once expressed, is ‘gone’, as if action will die a quiet death by entropy and one will not have to take note of the consequences. It believes that violence can be put out, without having to take it back.
There is no death of thought by entropy; all thought is returned to one for either re-expression or dissolution. There is no death, there is only rest in Source with periods of seeming activity, which is thinking. That which is put out to the cube is reflected back to the sphere.
“Put your sword back in its place, for all who draw the sword will die by the sword” (Jesus Christ)
Put the sword out to the cube, and it is brought back to the sphere.
Copyright@Darcie French 2017