The One Law of Creation – Part 2 by Owen Waters

Last week, the single, all-inclusive Law of Creation was
summarized as:

“The universe is one conscious being, observing the effects of
its own thoughts, feelings and actions from all possible
viewpoints.”

Within its definition, this law includes these underlying
concepts:

1) Everything in the universe is made of consciousness.
Therefore, every object in the universe is conscious to some
degree.

2) Life is the interaction of thought and feeling through
constant change.

3) For the universe to remain in balance, its nature has to be
perfectly reflective. This means that all actions are
counter-balanced by opposite and equal reactions. This
Principle of Reflectance is the foundation of the traditional
concept of Karma and also the Third Law of Motion in physics,
which says, “To every action there is an equal and opposite
reaction.”

4) The One, or Infinite Being, is all things and, also, each
individual is essentially the One.

This last concept is one that can really stretch the
imagination. We are so ingrained in the idea that we are
separate from other people and, yet, the design of the universe
means that you aren’t just a part of Infinite Being. You ARE
Infinite Being as it experiences itself from your particular
viewpoint.

This is not wishful thinking. It’s the way the universe was
designed. It’s physics.

What this means is that you, an apparent individual in this
physical world, are connected all the way up through the
stairway to heaven, or the different layers of consciousness,
to your essential nature as the One.

This means that you don’t just have the potential that you
were led to imagine. You have, because of who you are deep
inside, infinite potential. Infinite Being has infinite
potential. You, therefore, have infinite potential for the
expansion of your conscious awareness in your journey all the
way back home to that from which you originally came.

We are the eyes and ears of our deepest reality, Infinite
Being, as it explores and discovers everything about itself by
experiencing life from an infinite number of viewpoints.

It also means that any other person that you meet is
essentially the same as you. They’re just wrapped in a
different package of individuation for the great experience
called life.

It means that, one day, all enemies will become friends after
the wounds of separation have been healed by love and
forgiveness. When you forgive another, you are also essentially
forgiving yourself, and that is where great strides are made
towards inner healing and the heart-centered unity
consciousness which lies in our bright future.

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