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Posted Sunday, August 16, 2009 10:07 AM



Many sources, including Ra / The Law of One series, Edgar Cayce, and others, say that the universe started as Oneness, and this Oneness essentially got lonely and even bored. It needed to do something. It needed to create. A unified consciousness was a beautiful thing to have, but in a very short time it became quite repetitive and dull. There was no drama, no action, no story.

So the universe conceptualized the idea of breaking Itself up into all these parts, knowing that the parts would be able to evolve by their own free will — making their own decisions. This would cause unexpected and unpredictable events to happen.

At the time the Oneness made this decision, it had no idea how it was going to turn out. It just trusted all would be well, and took the biggest "leap of faith" in the history of the Universe. 

Each seemingly-separate unit would be given its own creative ability. It would be a true Co-Creator, granted total and complete free will to evolve however it so chose — with the only certainty being that everyone would eventually reunite in a gigantic family reunion in the end.

The Great Plan was that at the end of this vast cycle of universal evolution, all the parts that had evolved on their own would independently recognize their Oneness with All-There-Is. In the process, they would renounce separation... [More]


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