Is The World Good?

"Is the world good?" is a false question. It's like asking, "Is the world bad?" The world is neither good nor bad. The world is. It facilitates action. The world allows. It allows motion. It allows movement. It allows form. It allows experience.

You get to choose your actions by choosing which themes you want to prove true, but the world isn't your themes. The world allows your themes. That means that you can prove that the world is bad, and that you can prove that the world is good. It's your choice.

This is a very unsatisfying notion to many people because many people wish to guide their lives through value judgments. They want definitive answers about what they should do. They want to know what's good and what's bad, the right thing to do and the wrong thing to do, the appropriate course of conduct and the inappropriate course of conduct. But these words are just labels for whether a person likes, hates, finds useful or destructive, certain choices. The choices themselves don't hold qualities of right or wrong.

Hydrogen doesn't hold the quality of right or wrong. It's hydrogen. Dish washing liquid doesn't hold quality of right or wrong. It's liquid that you use to wash dishes. People don't hold the quality of right or wrong. People are initiators and experiencers of actions.

The reason that I bring this up is that the concept of right or wrong produces the actions of striving and fearing. You seek to experience the right thing, and you fear experiencing the wrong thing. This puts you in a position of polarity. You're opposing. You can't express the fullness of your power when you're opposing because power requires allowance, and opposing is the opposite action. Opposing is a pulling in.

Opposing is like trying to send water back up a hose instead of allowing it to naturally flow out. Many people won't allow that power to naturally flow because they're in fear that these actions that they're allowing might result in the "bad" things. So, they block the ease, they block the flow, in an attempt to control the outcome. However, you can't control the outcome of anything because you can't control the flow of energy itself. It's not within your provenance. Energy has a speed and momentum of its own, and you're either allowing it or trying to hold it back. The former results in experiences that you enjoy (coherence), and the latter results in experiences that you don't enjoy (diffraction).

The hose analogy is a good one because you can test it out in real life. Take a garden hose, and turn it on. If you allow the water to flow, you can water each plant in the garden, and the garden blooms. If, however, you clamp down on the hose, the water builds up. If you block it long enough, the hose will explode. Water will go all over the place, and your garden doesn't get what it needs.

You function in similar manner. When you stop labeling actions right and wrong, you stop blocking the hose, and the water flows easily into your life. Your desires get the energy that they need, and you bloom. "Am I doing the right thing?" then is a false question because you block the hose out of fear when you focus in that manner. What you're doing is neither right nor wrong. You're choosing actions that have particular qualities. If you don't like the quality of your experience, then you can choose a different perspective that will result in a different action that will result in a different experience. The system works.

You're reading by Samantha Standish. If you want to learn more about what happened in my out-of-body experience, my book, "Equal," is available for a nominal amount at,

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