Hello, Dear Reader:
Our ‘He Says She Says…‘ post is a day later than normal this week, but we have friends in town and they get priority…
Our inspiration for this week’s post comes from a Seth quote:
â€œI am saying this as simply as possible. There are profound complications beneath my words, however. Opposites have validity only in your own system of reality. They are a part of your root assumptions, and so you must deal with them as such.
â€œThey represent, however, deep unities that you do not understand. Your conception of good and evil results in large part from the kind of consciousness you have presently adopted. You do not perceive wholes, but portions. The conscious mind focuses with a quick, limited, but intense light, perceiving from a given field of reality only certain â€˜stimuli.â€™ It then puts these stimuli together, forming the liaison of similarity. Anything that it does not accept as a portion of reality, it does not perceive.
â€œThe effect of opposites results, then, from a lack of perception. Since you must operate within the world as you perceive it, then the opposites will appear to be conditions of existence. These elements have been isolated for a certain reason, however. You are being taught, and you are teaching yourselves to handle energy, to become conscious cocreators with All That Is, and one of the â€˜stages of developmentâ€™ or learning processes includes dealing with opposites as realities.
â€œIn your terms, the ideas of good and evil help you recognize the sacredness of existence, the responsibility of consciousness. The ideas of opposites also are necessary guide lines for the developing ego. The inner self knows quite well the unity that exists.â€ ~ Seth Speaks, session 587.
So… Can opposites represent a form of unity, or are they, well, opposites?