Wednesday, July 9, 2014

"The Soul & The Brain" (A Conversation) (excerpt from Part 11)

Brain:
If we can do things like, move mountains, why isn’t anyone moving mountains? I mean, literally.

   
Soul:
In the scheme of all that is possible, yes, mountains can be moved. And if Earth and humanity are to be one of the dominions where such things can take place, I suggest everyone as a whole begin moving in that direction as soon as possible.


Brain:
Wow. 


Soul:
When you ask as to why the mountain has not moved, therein lies your answer.


Brain:
I’m still not sure I’m clear on that. Is it because humanity doesn't think collectively that we cannot tell a mountain to move and have it move? I've understood that anyone with only the faith of a mustard seed could do it. I've seen nothing that suggests we all have to stand before the mountain and command it.


Soul:
You are coming at the idea of it incorrectly. The stillness of the landscape is not because there are too few people standing upon it yelling for it to obey; the Earth does not bend to your desires because the people of Earth do not really understand Who They Are, and therefore cannot live who they are. People have recently come to understand that they are something more than they have always been told, but that is the extent of it. They understand the idea of being more, but not the actuality of being more.


Brain:
What does that mean?


Soul:
It means that if just one person wants the mountain to move, they have to begin with the realization that they Are The Mountain. When this is realized, whatever that person commands of themself, will also include the mountain; so if they move, the mountain shall move with them.
Instead, the people of Earth have concluded that they are separate from everything. They cannot fathom that they are the same as the tree, the wind, the rain, the lake, the animals, or even the mountains.


Brain:
Okay. But I don’t get the reference to the mustard seed and faith.


Soul:
The mustard seed is a metaphor to explain, in simplest terms, just how easy it would be to move something as monumental as a mountain, if you but realized your universal embodiment to all that exists.

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