In my limited awareness bubble, there seems to be a consciousness on Earth that cares about and serves all life. For example, I experience growing numbers of humans connecting via social platforms all over the globe. We are building a network of care – making contributions to a collective family that supports a universal consciousness of love.
Why is this so? If not, why does it feel so real to me? Could I be experiencing my own creation based on my desires and calling it reality?
Who is perceiving this vision of connection? How does the WHO affect the HOW and WHAT of that perception?
What does my personal perception do to affect the perception of others? How does it affect global consciousness?
How does global consciousness work? What does my belief in a global consciousness contribute to it? How does my belief in its reality make it real? In what ways does what I believe matter?
Is It Just a Dream?
What if it’s all a dream – my dream – about ME?
- How would I know I’m dreaming?
- Does awareness of a dream make a difference to the dream, to the dreamer?
- What am I seeking to illustrate with my dream? Who am I illustrating it to?
- Do I feel like I am in charge of my dream?
- Who does my dream affect? Why?
- What dream am I defending? Why?
- How do my feelings affect my dream?
- Who is the dreamer of my dream?
Am I changing when I perceive the world is changing? Does my perception of the world change when I perceive that I have changed? Does the world seem more caring because I want to perceive it that way? Or is the world simply what it is – independent of my perception of it? How does my perception of the world affect the world?
What if my sense of the world is due to me noticing that I’m becoming more aware of my connection to myself?
In my limited awareness bubble, might I favor expanding awareness because I equate it to better survival? Regardless, how do my judgments affect my perceptions? Could the world be an indicator of my awareness of who I am?
What does the dream speak about the dreamer?
Is perception dependent upon and illustrative of belief? Might questioning my perceptions offer a pathway through awareness to belief?
Who am I looking at when I look at my world? Do I perceive me when I perceive the world? Do I master my world by mastering me?
Might love of others be an expression of self-love that I’ve extended into my perceptual world? Is my perceptual world an expression of how I love myself? Might that expression be a celebration of self – a love poem from me to me?