First and foremost, I wish you all a happy holiday. I always liked the Easter holiday. It is a time we celebrate of resurrection, renewal, and we use this date to mark the beginning of spring in our minds. It is a time we reflect on our families, a time for children to believe in magical bunnies and hidden treasures of eggs and candy. I think we all need that from time to time. It reminds us that through the story of the resurrection of Christ that there is an eternal nature to our being that transcends what we know as fact. That there are mysteries in the universe that we know not of yet. It marks the end of a torturous journey of pain and suffering that ends in glory and victory.
Throughout this last year I have written much on the journey, but not much on how I see the ending. It is indeed a glorious one from my perspective. Like all things in the universe, the pendulum swings from one extreme to the next, but in the end there is always balance and harmony. Such is the nature of the universe. I have always had a profound sense of the justice in the universal scheme of things and more importantly that we, through our conscious will, can create our future. It is just sometimes when we become so complacent or oppressed that we forget our divine nature and the power and sovereignty we have in creating the conditions of our lives. P.D. Ouspensky in his book Tertium Organum said:
“At every given moment all the future of the world is predestined and existing, but it is predestined conditionally, i.e., there must be one or another future in accordance with the direction of events of the given moment, if no new factor comes in. And a new factor can come in only from the side of consciousness and the will resulting from it. In the past, what is behind us, lies not only in what was, but also in what could have been. In the same way, in the future lies not only what will be but also what may be.”