Love and justice

We wander i silence as when it comes to the acknowledgement of what we are. We are trapped in matter, but soon released as when we whither.

As Rex posed the question; what is love? It should be answered whith a; love is a function of the divine. What is the divine? The divine is the intelligence that sorrounds us all. It is the soup of knowledge that is ammased in the space between matter. What does that have to do with love. Well, perhaps an answer to that could be that love is really an urge to refind the state we are in when we are part of the divine.

If we are but small pieces of intelligence, we might still remember when we were a part of the natural force called intelligence. Love is just that, the urge to reconnect to the intelligence. We can do that in two modes; as a bonding with other living beings, or in the love of G-d. The love of G-d is actually the most direct route to love, because it is an inner sense that will reconnect you, to what we really are.

Then, to continue this discussion with the last; love is the aim of the democracy, and it is in sparring with justice. We should ask ourselves; what is the relationsship between the natural justice, and love in nature?

Empedochles holds that nature changes between love and strife. Law is there to release us from strife. But we yet do still strive in order to recapture and live with the shadow of our soul.

This is the basic question one should ask oneself; what is really the relationship between love and life. Because if you solve that riddle, then you can actually create a system that will bring peace to mankind.

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  1. Rex D’artagnen
    June 19th, 2011 at 05:56 | #1

    Looking to outer space you find countless stars, suns, like the star of this solar system, with planets of their own in orbit. Constantly moving and vibrating, they follow the same universal laws of all, as do the atom and the microcosmic solar system. Indeed, anywhere we look in life, be it outer space or inner space, everything is either atoms or solar systems. They are like octaves of the same thing – micro-/macrocosms. There is nothing else. What is a building? A tree? They, and anything else that seems to be something else, are but an assembly of atoms/solar systems. I can’t emphasise the significance of this enough. It is one of the most important facts there is, and understanding its full meaning is one of the great keys to understanding the universe and our lives. The next great key can also be seen with atoms and solar systems – their orbital pattern, their orbital relationship. It is the one primary pattern in the universe. It pervades everything, and all else is built upon it. It is what our human male/female relationships are based on. It is what makes soul mates soul mates. But aren’t orbits separate things amongst separate solar systems or atoms? How could this pattern be what everything in the universe is built upon? And how could it be what human relationships are based on? Look into space at night. Each shining star you see is either a sun – an object radiating light that is surrounded by and orbited by planets – or a planet, giving off light reflected from the light of a star. Study what scientists have discovered about the solid objects that surround us – water, trees, buildings, stones, Earth, plants, human bodies; they are all made of atoms. And what are atoms? Microscopic stars which are orbited by planets, but very tiny, and very, very rapidly. They are an octave of the stars and our own solar system. We had this knowledge long before the ignorant masses discovered that the Earth wasn’t flat. Before they discovered that the Earth wasn’t the centre of the universe. Before they discovered that the Earth revolved around the sun, rather than what they previously thought – that the sun revolved around the Earth. Before they discovered atoms. Soon they will discover more, and more. Consider: what if everything is orbiting something else? What if when you get smaller than atoms, and bigger than solar systems, the same, or similar, circular orbital pattern is found? It is so, in some way or another. Even though they haven’t discovered it yet much of this has recently been discovered by modern science. What if it goes on infinitely like a never ending spiral? It must. It is the pattern of creation, of the universal spirit. If you contemplate it for a while, the pattern of an atom or solar system is, in a sense, the only reality. It is the primary form of life in the universe. This pattern is the basis of the building blocks of our illusions. And what does it comprise? This amazing, all-pervasive pattern consists of individual parts that function as one. This oneness is achieved by virtue of the nature of the polarities of the individual parts – plus/minus, male/female. Electrons of an atom are like the planets of a solar system. They are oppositely charged (the opposite ‘sex’) to the nucleus of an atom, and they are attracted to each other – just as the planets and sun of a solar system are. The polarised parts flow together in a particular way that is dictated by universal law. The pattern is orbital because of the nature of polarised relationships in space. There is always a centre, a central sphere that gives out energy, and attracts. That central object is surrounded by objects that are attracted to, and attach themselves to, it. In the case of a solar system, the sun is the centre around which all the planets revolve. In the case of an atom, the centre around which all the electrons revolve is the nucleus. They are the same thing. The momentum of the outer objects (electrons or planets), their speed as they travel through space, becomes a circular movement once they are attracted to and attached to their central object (the sun, a star, or a nucleus). That movement is cyclical. In other words, it keeps orbiting around and around at a certain speed, repeating its cycle in a given period of time, thus creating a vibrational occurrence of cycles per second/day/year/whatever. In the case of the Earth orbiting the sun, it is one cycle per year. In the case of other planets it is faster or slower. In the case of atoms, it is very, very fast – and different for each atom. Taking this a step further, what if everything is orbiting something, which is also orbiting something else? Then all of them function as one. And a complex vibrational pattern exists. They each link up with all other objects, becoming a part of their flow and one with them. In the entirety of the universe, all things are interconnected as one in this way. And the basis of this is the universal pattern we see exemplified so perfectly in the atom or star systems. It follows and reflects universal law perfectly. This pattern flows in perfect harmony with universal order. What if this form, this pattern, represents the relationships of beings? What if each atom is a conscious being composed of soul-mate beings? What if each solar system is a conscious being composed of soul-mate beings (each planet and sun is a being, in and of itself, that together make one being)? What if every being plays two roles, like both parent and child at the same time – surrendering to something, and directing something? What if every star is both in an outflowing, positive polarity, directing position to its planets, but is also like a planet to something else that it orbits? What if the planets take a receptive, negative polarity, surrendering posture to a sun, but function like a sun to something else that orbits it, or is affected by it? According to the teachings, all of the above is true. Many, many things can be learned and understood by contemplating the above concept. Contemplation of this pattern has guided the understanding of masters, in all matters of universal and earthly life, and thus can also provide the contemplative seeker with profound answers. Truly understanding the meaning of this pattern, and applying it to human life, can provide the deepest understanding of the nature of men and women, and male/female relationships. It is the perfect pattern of the harmonious interaction of polar opposites. Thus, with contemplation, it can show us the way to have perfect relationships, helping us achieve perfectly harmonious interaction with our own soul-mates and other humans. Another issue is the question of equality between men and women. Well there is no equality amongst anybody, other that our souls were very much equal when we were originally individualized (created in Gods image), but since then, because of our different decisions, desires and choices, we now have different Karma, talents and aspirations and therefore are not equal by any stretch of the imagination now. The opportunities to again become equal to God and all others are still there for all the souls that chose to follow that path.

  2. Asger Trier Engberg
    June 20th, 2011 at 17:26 | #2

    Dear Rex 🙂
    Thank you for your beautiful reflection, it is like a showering bath after a long working day with reality.

    The beauty of metaphysiscs is always wonderful, but I sometimes wonder if we are not just a bit too much in our own ivory tower?

    I mean, we are right, the way we see reality is the way it is; G-d is there, spirituality is there to guide us, but then again, there is also just a lot of corruption and strife in the real world.

    The case I just wrote about; the little girls who are enticed and corrupt from the first fare, is just one out of many stories of the evil of mankind.

    Sometimes when you start to understand the possibilities and potential of mankind, the brutal reality is hard to really do something about. But how can we just retract from the world and discuss and understand it in our own isolated terms? If it is just a secluded and elitist project, it all comes to nothing, because then we do not accept our responsability of the world.

    Often we are the ones who are despised as the corrupt and selfish are the kings of the world.

    The question could be, how do we understand the shadow of our soul, and how do we actually fight that inhuman trait in man?

    Does it all come down to enlightenment? To make people see the truth? What about law?

    We need to find a way to really fight the evil in man.

    Yours 🙂

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