No one created our universe, and no one directs our fate. This leads me to a profound realization; there is probably no heaven, and no afterlife either. We have this one life to appreciate the grand design of the universe, and for that I am extremely grateful. ~ Stephen Hawking
I recently watched a fascinating documentary entitled Did God Create the Universe, narrated by Stephen Hawking. It was about how the universe spontaneously created itself out of nothing; the negative and positive forces of black holes collapsing into each other to cause the Big Bang and the resultant birth of the universe.
So this got me thinking because the whole theory, as people have been contemplating for millennia, seems to have merit; however, what about intent? Universal intelligence, life-force energy, or a higher divine power? Where is its place in the Big Bang? Did the higher power create the Big Bang? Was the higher, universal intelligence a result of the Big Bang? Will we ever know and does it even matter?
Well, for inquiring minds, it certainly provides one with the impetus to explore the possibilities. Yet, when it comes to the world of reason I have extreme difficulty putting together all of the “facts” and “science” in order to derive a conclusion. It actually begins to hurt my head after a very short period of time. Relativity. Gravity. Matter. Energy. Time. Space. Continuum. Vacuum. Quarks, Particles. Quantum Physics. Nuclei . . . Ouch.
And yet, many of these terms and supporting data lead to a theoretical probability that the universe did, indeed, appear as the result of a Big Bang.
I suppose both theories, the Big Bang and a Universal Intelligence, can coexist, but in my limited scientific mind I have come to know that for me, as a seer, intent is the driving force behind all things, including the Big Bang. Intent. Pure universal life force energy.
Sorcerers believe that when man became aware that he knew, and wanted to be conscious of what he knew, he lost sight of what he knew. This silent knowledge, which you cannot describe, is, of course, intent – the spirit, the abstract. Man’s error was to want to know it directly, the way he knew everyday life. Man gave up silent knowledge for the world of reason. The more he clings to the world of reason, the more ephemeral intent becomes. ~ Don Juan
So in the paradigm of the warrior, suffice it to say that the Big Bang Theory comes from the world of reason while the premise of intent as an energetic, universal intelligence, exists beyond infinity as intuitive awareness.
I think of intent as the Universal Intelligence that resides everywhere and existed before time and space and theories. I also think of each of us as part of that Universal Intelligence, a line of intent, flowing through and with the ability to flow beyond the confines of the universe. Experience on this warrior’s path has led me to realize that this is possible right now and at any moment, independent of time and space. If intent has the potential to create, then everything, as a by-product of intent, has the same potential.
That said, I think I’ll go dance along some new lines of awareness, deepen my exploration into the cosmic creation of intent and then, have a nice, single-malt scotch. Thanks for listening and I welcome your input.