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Fractal Self
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By: Marcus Travel Email Article
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We are everything
All is One
Everything is Illusion
The Kingdom of Heaven is Within

Phrases I hear again and again. Sometimes understood, but often spoke in rote; although they contain truth – all such phrases unfortunately have the power to become memes. Michael Talbot wrote that the Universe is a hologram, that each part of the universe contains an entire copy of the whole. We as humans therefore are not just smaller versions of the universe, but a universe unto ourselves. It’s hard to visualise I think – when someone says; “Hey you are everything, everything is illusion!” where can that fit in with our view on reality? Sure it can probably be understood in theory – and even on intellectual terms. But it isn’t really observable.

Taking a trip inside oneself, we discover that we are depthless – that we are infinite – we have no outer edge and no inner edge. Yet we focus on the aspect of our reality that is immediately present in front of us; the piece of life from which we immediately partake. How small is that part of our reality when compared to the vastness of our town, city or country? As we live out our daily dramas, how minute is that compared to the billions of interactions that are occurring every second?

We are a tiny speck upon the planet; which itself is a tiny infinitesimal particle in the vastness of space

Yet, we are everything. Can that really be so? Reality goes on forever not only in space and time – but also within itself. Realms, universes, dimensions; all embedded within the multiple layers of reality; just as a fractal

Intuition, premonitions, emphathy, telepathy – is it possible that these forms of perception are available to us because we are similar to fractals? We contain within us everything that exists, just as we are contained within everything that exists. We know when someone is about to phone us because their decisions – their thought pattern unfolds within us, just as we unfold within them. Our life experiences together, create links and tethers, which bind us on levels we can’t always fathom.

Perhaps as we become more sensitive to our reality and to ourselves – we can pick up on all that exists within us, and thus understand all that exists outside of us.

It's a lot of hard work being an Astral Travel Agent, but it is very cool too! I have been in this line of work for a few years now - and sent people to many weird and unusual places.

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You caught my interest at the end of this essay when you mentioned being an Astral Travel Agent. I was practicing self-hypnosis years ago, when I came to a point that I wanted to go further. Long story short... I regressed to a point to where I experienced an out of body vision. I was "scared-straight" so to speak. I saw what I thought momentarily was an entity floating above me. I realized afterwards that the vision was me. I stopped practicing after that experience for years. And now I'm ready to re-explore.
I feel that I've grown past that fear, and I believe transcending out-of-body is probably the ultimate act of experiencing the miraculous phenomenon of understanding our presence in this universe with the free consent of our creator. That is, in a fractal sense of course.
I appreciate your comments or suggestions.

keith m.
July 31, 2007 19:39:01
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