"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." - Albert Einstein
Life is a very, very interesting experience to have when you pay attention to what you experience. We are always made aware of where we are, of where we are going, and of where we are supposed to go. We are basically reminded all the time of what we are to accomplish. Who or what does that is a complex issue one could not address in a few words, but it is not impossible to explain.
It may sound crazy and even scary, theoretical physicists have found evidence supporting the conclusion that we are participants in an amazing virtual reality game, the product of a super-sophisticated computer program. As a result, while in terms of the choices we are allowed to make the possibilities are limitless, everything is interrelated and digitally designed to occur in a certain way. That means there is a logical rational reaction to every action.
As we all know it, the law of cause and effect is one of the main rules of the game in what we perceive as material reality. In other words while we are the ones choosing what we experience, how the universe responds to that is not in our hands. The universe, however, is tuned to the frequency of honesty and truth. Mathematics, physics, geometry, they are honest, truthful representation of real reality, and because of that to some extent how the universe reacts is predictable and knowable.
Knowledge is what gives us the power to make the appropriate, as in the most beneficial for the purpose of our being here choices according to existing circumstances and to the grand order of things. Universal law does not punish, nor does it reward us for doing that.
On the other hand the law of cause and effect does not rule the world of the spiritual, or the metaphysical. This is a world of higher information and high-frequency energies where everything, a purely spiritual manifestation of the idea of human included, exists close to a state of perfection and in full compliance with the universal order that governs both the spiritual and the material. The spiritual rules the material, where everything, including a human that is both spiritual and physical in this instance, is seeking perfection by gradually becoming attuned to universal order, through enlightenment.
There is no subjective-consciousness when it comes to the relation between the spiritual and the material. Subjective-consciousness too, something a corporeal human entity would be endowed with, it is only associated with the so-called material world. The implication is the law of cause and effect is an existential rule assigned to the earth plane at another cosmic level, one that is closer to ours than to the spiritual but far more advanced than our world is at this moment.
Nothing of what we experience happens by accident. Nothing of what we experience is a coincidence or without purpose. The purpose of what we experience is always attuned to the purpose of our being here and to the grand purpose behind the existence of the universe.
We are all here on a personal mission. We are here to accomplish something that benefits our personal growth. Whatever is true accomplishment at a personal level it becomes a contribution to the greater good.
To make our current experiencing of the material an effective new life experience we must first and foremost dedicate our efforts to finding out what that mission is. Then we need to find ways of accomplishing that. When we open our mind to the reality of that fact that there is more to life than meets the eye, we are able to read the directions a universe that is actually a virtual reality reality is planting before us all the time along the road.
I have been involved in many situations that would be difficult to describe as random occurrences. They were not deliberate either, as in my conscious choices. Later in life I would determine they were related to a mission I became aware of long after I had experienced those events, and looking as far back as I can remember it is very clear now why certain things have happened the way they did.
The preponderance of those experiences was of an apparent traumatic nature. Apparent because did not traumatize. They were meant to make me aware that we were living in a world of irrational and deceit that was suppressing our true potential, the actual cause of the state of crisis we have been experiencing as a civilization for thousands of years. This became the motivation behind embracing the challenge of this book project as my mission in life.
When we understand why things happen, we become aware of the message they relay to us. We then accept that with gratitude, and in the end there is no real suffering associated with anything we have ever experienced or we will experience in life.
The following is one of the very few instances when I refer in the book to a real event in my life. I use this little true story as an introduction to discussing the topic of reincarnation, a discussion that will continue throughout the book. There are a number of extremely significant other events I have experienced that will not be made public within the foreseeable future, if ever.
Events like the one described here are a subtle way of letting one know he is on the path he is supposed to be. If you can decipher their meaning, you will never lose your way in life.
In the early stages of our growth we would have a difficult time understanding the complete meaning of what we experience. One has to be significantly detached from the emotions associated with the experience, an ability associated with a higher degree of consciousness awareness.
Growth in consciousness awareness is the only kind of evolution the human being has ever experienced and ever will.
PS. One day after I posted Discussing Reincarnation on the Highway, in the Middle of the Night, on December 30, 2018, the YouTube channel Mystery History, which I highly recommend, has published a 36-minute special titled, "Our Hidden Origin & Meaning of Life." In it, the author claims that the law of cause and effect is proof of design, and that while when it comes to our actions we have a choice of unlimited possibilities, the consequence to what we choose to experience is pre-determined. This is basically the same thing I make the case for in this post, and there is more on the topic in the book.