Complicated is Born of a Simple Thought
By Roy E. Klienwachter
Good morning Roy, good morning Joseth,
Roy, this morning in "Roy Bits," you tried to write about simple and it became more difficult as you put your thoughts on paper. What you have demonstrated is the very essence of life.
A thought is simple, and it must be expressed to be actualized in physical form. It is not enough to have a thought and let it go because all thoughts are born into physical reality at some level.
Physical beings are my thoughts, they are projections of me and the purpose of these projections is to recreate my thoughts into the physical realm so that the thoughts may be experienced and recreated and redefined. As the thoughts are experienced they are given a life of their own and they mutate or transform into something other than my original thought. They have an individuality and life of their own and they no longer represent my original thoughts. Life gives life and expands. A thought manifests into a new thought and then again into a new thought and so on. You are part of my thought process, and it is you that is creating the new physical life; you are not so much a living thing, but a physical process expanding itself.
Because you are a process, you cannot remain the same, no idea can remain "simple," simple is the birth of a new idea and it demands expression and autonomy so that it also can create and expand into another simple idea.
Your life is "simple," it becomes difficult when you expand the idea into something that is beyond your understanding, when you loose site of what the original idea was. Ideas and life are self actuating, once born you cannot stop them. If your life is difficult or a struggle, you "simply," have lost touch with what you desire, you have gone past your understanding of what it is that you want to experience and you got lost in the process. If you want to use the old religious term "lost sheep," you could use it here.
All ideas and thoughts, past and future exist in the same time and space. It is possible to remember your past thoughts and continue to create or experience new ones. That is why you have memory. An idea creates the future, memory creates the past. The past is being created just as assuredly as the future and neither can exist without the other, as you change your thoughts about your future, your past must also change. The essence of a "simple," thought is lost in the process of trying to recreate it.
About The Author
Roy E. Klienwachter is a resident of British Columbia, Canada. A student of NLP, ordained minister, New Age Light Worker and Teacher. Roy has written and published five books on New Age wisdom. Roy's books are thought provoking and designed to empower you to take responsibility for your life and what you create. His books and articles are written in the simplicity and eloquence of Zen wisdom.
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