Every time I dig deeper and deeper into Quantum Mechanics I further understand that how you experience things in your life affects your outlook on it. Depending on where you observe will affect your sensory input and what you mentally conclude. To experience the totality of the omniverse is to realize that without the presence of the Divine it is nothing more than a huge mechanism with no ‘soul’. It follows certain laws that slightly bend to the presence of consciousness, just as space-time bends from objects expressing gravity.
The suppositions we surmise from what we perceive are our personal experiencesfiltered through our belief systems. We bend and shape our experience with what we believe is true and what is false. Stephen Hawking is right when he says that the rules of the universe demonstrate that there is no need for God; however, that is his perception derived from his experience.
We all need to feel more of our environment and experience the grand design to completely know that this omniverse could not have happened by chaos and chance alone. Our experience of Divine expression locked in a perceptive war with entropy is the result of our perception of the ‘Perceived Dualistic Reality’ as being all there is.
This omniverse is mostly occupied by energy and matter beyond
I know that the Divine exists because I feel the Divine presence every time I enter deep meditation. I accept my being as it is and I experience life from that perspective. Being open to anything is not being constricted to something. Experience your life and listen to the ‘theories’ of others but experience divinity within every day.
Understand that the omniversal mechanism is the natural order that is moved by Divine order that emanates from our consciousness. We affect this omniverse as it affects us. Think the thoughts that generate life and the perpetuation of consciousness in the limitless space-time continuum in which we exist.
Contribute to the growth and expansion of the omniverse by sharing Divine love with everyone you encounter. After all, you live in the world of your making. ~Dean A. Banks, D.D. (Spirituality Guidance Channel)