I do not believe in coincidence! That being said...



Collected Observations - My Experience of Life

MY life? Maybe not even A life. This I (Auditess) doesn't really think of life as something you can have or own. But there is obviously something in me that can observe and experience.

And write this.

"The largest chunk of who you really are is something beyond form..."
"...every single cell of your entire form will change every seven years or so, and yet YOU will still exist
"A spiritual being having a human experience."

- Dr. Wayne Dyer, You'll See It When You Believe It -

"In fact, it is not your own life, and yet, paradoxically, you are more "you" than ever before"
- Richard Rohr, The Naked Now -

One are but a momentary I, 
assigned to a so called body, 
and a small portion of the universal psyche. 

One small portion of it being conscious,
a much (MUCH) larger portion being unconscious. 

As all are connected, 
and time an illusion, 
I assume that there can be no 
- My Life, My Past Life, My Next Life - 
just experience of life. 

Here I present bits and parts of how this particular I experience and explore life. 

"Eternity isn't some later time. Eternity isn't even a long time. Eternity has nothing to do with time. Eternity is that dimension of here and now that all thinking in temporal terms cuts off.... the experience of eternity right here and now, in all things, whether thought of as good or as evil, is the function of life."
* Joseph Campbell *


Hypothesis: Just like the millions and millions of snowflakes that come in to existence, fall and melt, never to materialise into the same design again - an I is never to appear in the exact same configuration again. Each flake have the same kind of existence (come to be, fall, melt), each is made of water, but each have its own specific configuration, and specific surroundings - right there and then. Just like every I.

"Once you stop learning, you start dying."
* Albert Einstein *

Every I being, though infinitesimal, a piece of a large puzzle. A puzzle beyond every I's apprehension. Beyond the apprehension of all I:s put together!

For creation/nature/universe/God to know - for us to play our parts. 


"So certain were you. Go back and closer you must look."
* Yoda *

"When you live exclusively in form, you live in a world of limitations."
"You can only lift so much weight. You can only run so fast. You can only work so hard. But limits are all in the dimension of form."
"Here is a mini-lesson in what thought is. Your desire to improve your life is really your thought to improve your life. Your will to live is really your thought to live. Your attitudes about your entire life are really your thoughts on these matters. Your entire past up until this moment is really nothing more than thought. Your entire future from this moment onward is nothing but thought. Your relationships to everyone in your life are nothing more than thought. Your determination to succeed is nothing more than your thought to do so.
"You relate to everything and everyone on this planet through the mechanism of thought. It is not what is in the world that determines the quality of your life, it is how you choose to process your world in your thoughts."
* Dr. Wayne Dyer, You'll See It When You Believe It *

Jesus tells us, "As you think, so shall ye be."


Spots and dots in the universe, connected by an universal psyche, an all-embracing Soul and energy of unconditional Love. Just like space is filled with uncountable celestial bodies, all connected by, and sharing, a wast amount of space. 


"A challenge lifelong it is, not to bend fear into anger." 
* Yoda *

My mother tongue is not English, so texts may (and most certainly do) include several long-shots, oddities and/or pure linguistic mistakes. But what are a linguistic faux pas, or two, among us (all connected) friends? 

"Happens to every guy sometimes this does"
* Yoda *

"Do you wish me a good morning, or mean that it is a good morning whether I want it or not; or that you feel good this morning; or that it is a morning to be good on?" 
* Gandalf, The Hobbit *

"The softest thing in the universe
Overcomes the hardest thing in the universe.

That without substance can enter where there is no room.
Hence I know the value of non-action.

Teaching without words and work without doing
Are understood by very few." 

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