Sometimes we mock what we don't understand because it's scary or because it's so contrary to what we've grown to believe our whole lives. It's called cognitive dissonance. ~ Joe Simmons
The meme is taken out of context and the idea/belief is mis-stated. Sometimes we mock what we don't understand because it's scary or because it's so contrary to what we've grown to believe our whole lives. It's called cognitive dissonance.
It took us over 200 years to believe the Earth was round. We mocked, ridiculed, imprisoned, black listed and committed to psychiatric hospitals those who believed and professed that the Earth was round -- all that over the opinion of the shape of a thing... "Opinion" emphasized. The point is that it was a change in belief that we humans eventually adopted in our rapportuer or arsenal of acquired common sense.
Up next... all "things" are compositions and conglomerates of energy vibration. Anything that we "see" or experience in any way is merely a way we perceive the energy vibrations and their movement. Therefore, the experiences are illusions, merely ways we perceive. Then we add meaning to it all.
Imagine, we are that energy vibration.
Whatever energy vibration is present and entertained will expand, e.g. this is how like energy "attracts" like energy. It's an expansion. The contexts and meanings are human-centrically derived/conjured, a.k.a. made up, "just because".
Additionally, there's no separation in the energy flow, only changes or reformations in the flow's movement, like moving from one climate to another, which leads to the most fun part...
The separations are illusions while we are all organically One dynamic ongoing expanding and transforming being, including all the parts of us, even the trees and the rocks.
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