"In physics, motion is a change in position of an object with respect to time." Or so I'm told. This afternoon, I could almost grasp how that felt. I was thinking about how "God" is in everything. Everything. Or, everything is God. (For lack of a better word. Simmer down.)
So getting in my car and driving somewhere is an experience that feels like motion to me, but really, it's just a manifestion of the infinite possibilities available to me. And I experience it as the act of getting in my car and moving my physical body from point A to point B.
But, in reality, since everything, me, my car, everything I see, know, feel and think are really made up of the exact same energy, I'm not really doing anything or going anywhere or even existing in any intransmutable way. I merely choose to perceive it that way due to the nature of engagement with this realm, whcih is only four dimensions.
Fascinating. I must study this concept more.
I noted as I thought about this, I didn't like the idea. I thought about why that was. And it's because if that's the case, then nothing really matters. And I feel that an existence where nothing matters would be dull imdeed.
Still, it's worth exploring, if only to understand the experience I want to manifest as opposed to experiences that appear to manifest without my wanting them. (They're not, it just feels that way because I'm not aware of how my desires are affecting my experience.)
Does that make any sense? No? Well, it's hard to explain in a short Ello post, especially when I don't fully grasp it myself. Hours of meditation funtimes though.