"V" Is For Value

Value is the inherent unity of everything. It's not a measurement, and it can't be changed. It's a condition of reality itself. Everything, and everyone, has the exact same value because there's no separation. It's all sourced from, and is, the same source.

This world we're living in was set up to give individuals the perception of separation, despite the fact of unity. That perception of separation has been taken to extremes, and the challenge now is to see how well we can coax ourselves back into the remembrance of unity.

This goal is challenging for the simple fact that you experience your perceptions. Therefore, if you perceive yourself to be separate, you experience yourself as separate. Since this is your experience, there doesn't seem to be much reason to question it. Except for one thing. We're living in a dimension that's increasing in speed. As the speed of the dimension increases, you have to change your associations to keep pace with the changing environment, or you'll spin out of control.

You may feel this incongruence between the ideas that you're holding, and the dimension itself, as a frequent agitation or being quick to temper. That's because ideas that are separating in nature don't function well in this new environment. Ideas that are separating in nature resonate at very slow speeds. Your ideas have to be more connective in nature for you to feel well, and be well, because connective ideas resonate at speeds that are commensurate with the higher speeds of the environment and, therefore, they keep pace with the dimension itself.

As individuals, the faster we train ourselves to see the unity in everything, the easier it will be to adapt. Every time you feel a connection with anyone, or anything, you're resonating to the new environment. You're acknowledging the unity, and life gets easier. You can practice this and get better at it over time. Do you have a hobby that you love? An interest that fascinates you? A color that brightens your mood? These things seem insignificant because they're small, but connection doesn't require much. When you string together a day full of small connections, you have a major impact on your life and the world around you. What's more, you're getting a flavor for the dynamics of the new world.

You're reading http://hummingbirddaredevils.blogspot.com/ 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 Lulu.com,

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