Who Is Watching? By Dean A. Banks, D.d.

Are we the only ones watching the cosmos unfold? Are we the crowning achievement of creation? Or are we just thinking that we are and completely fooling ourselves?

Think about this for a moment: Before ‘life’ came about, who observed the growth, expansion and of the formation of the omniverse as we know it today? Without life, the omniverse could not look back at itself and sense exactly what it is. Energy expanded and cooled and congealed into matter along the scaffolding of dark matter and expanded from the repulsive force of dark energy.

Inherent in the structure of all that exists is the formula for life. Life grew out of the raw materials of creation because its archetype was ever-present, even though it was not yet realized. Much

like the presence of an oak tree is ‘hidden’ within the acorn.

We exist in a ‘Goldilocks’ zone in our galaxy and solar system that optimized the omniversal ‘pieces’ of the puzzle to allow life to unfold. If we were any closer to the center of our galaxy, we would be subject to more radiation and gravity than would allow life to unfold. If we were any further out from the center of the galaxy, our Sun might not have ever ignited. If we were any closer to our Sun, we would burn up or any further we would freeze to death. Amid all of these valid variables, life, as was referred to by Jeff Goldblum’s character in Jurassic Park said, "No. I'm simply saying that life, uh, finds a way."

Life comes from the outpouring of Divine love and it is immutable and unstoppable. The omniverse contains the necessary elements of Divine desire to recreate what has already been created into the energy of consciousness that ‘looks back at itself’ in wonderment of the creation.

We are the by-product of what the omniverse does; grow life out of itself. We have the ability to recognize this and take an ‘omniversal’ viewpoint instead of a selfish one. We are not the be all and end all of existence. Thinking and feeling that


we are is the epitome of arrogance. We are, however, the channel through which the Divine expresses Divine love and it is our duty to accept that and be that.

Without the expression of Divine love we would NOT be here at all. We are not just a thought in the mind of God, but the eyes, ears, arms and legs that co-create reality through our individual awareness. We are the children of the Most High who should live in ongoing gratitude and thankfulness for the gifts of the spirit that we have freely received through Divine grace.

We are all in this soup of energy, matter, dark matter and dark energy and as a result we are all connected and inextricably tied to one another. We are one with our omniversal environment and with the Spirit of God within. The only thing that separates us is our awareness of that fact; it is our opinions of life that are promulgated by our beliefs and therein lays the secret to unfolding our Divine purposes in Divine order.

In essence, every day we need to ‘get out of our own way’ by minimizing the yearnings of our egos to control, dominate and manipulate life and accentuate the Divine desires within to live in health, wealth, prosperity and abundance. The omniverse projects these qualities and its longevity has proven its worth.

Reflect what is ‘in the soup’ by understanding and projecting Divine love into the omniverse. It IS our collective mission in life and will result in peace, understanding, joy and love forever more. ~Dean A. Banks, D.D. (Spirituality Guidance Channel)



Article Written By SpiritualityGuide

Dean created the Spirituality Guidance Internet TV Channel to provide access to current Spiritual leaders online. He released his third book in 2011 entitled “Spiritual Growth: Articles Of Expectation”. Dean produces multimedia marketing and advertising campaigns, audio and video productions and is the webmaster for his company, banksnet.com.

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