You know that creation is continuous in both time and space. We know this because we can observe it in our everyday life. As we proceed from this continuous knowing we experience the continuous revelation of creation. This continuous revelation of creation is how we build up momentum as we go along the way. Our momentum allows us to learn accordingly.
Thoughts attach themselves one to the other and build up the series of relationships that evolve over time and space. This continues to take place ad infinitum until an accretion of thought builds up traversing levels of awakening that approach the dark matter of a black hole. Out of that dark matter the light of revelation brings forth the appearance of the image of form. Then out of the image of form comes the form itself.
Along the way obstacles may be encountered which are eventually reabsorbed into the mind substance ceasing to be a blockage and rather taking on the addition of the form itself of the intended image.
Once these blockages are overcome the connections between thoughts become even more reinforced as if becoming stronger by going through the process of the reintegration of the dark matter leading us to surmise that this part of the process is indeed a crucial aspect in the becoming of thought.
Therefore in this week’s Torah reading, Behar, Leviticus 25:24. “Therefore, throughout the land of your possession, you shall give redemption for the land.”
What is this redemption for the land other than the context in which it is presented in terms of the Jubilee year and the Sabbath year? It is the recognition that land represents the flowering of intention and in that context it is the reintegration of the dark matter spoken of above. You give rest to the land allowing it to renew itself as it is meant to do. For thoughts it means letting the process take its own natural course and not constantly planting and then planting again. In other words have faith in the process and let it go.
Ezekiel 20:19 “I am the LORD your God; walk in My statutes, and keep Mine ordinances, and do them;”
Torah gives us a plan from start to finish about how to go about living our lives. On the surface there are rules to follow some of which cannot be adhered to since they are specific to the times, however deeper interpretations can provide us with insights into the greater aspects of ‘the way things work.’ It is in this quality of awareness that our consciousness needs to grow inside of. Like Creation inside of which we operate for better or worse each moment depends upon our reaction to it. Life at its ultimate then becomes a self fulfilling prophecy in which we choose the better outcomes mirroring the prime direction of ‘the light was good.’