Doing the big reality jigsaw

jigsawI have found that trying to understand about the true nature of our reality is like doing a gigantic jigsaw in my head. Unfortunately there is no useful picture to work with! Sometimes I manage to put some bits together, and sometimes I think I have the straight edges  right. The problem is, of course, that whatever we think, our reality is at least 3D and almost certainly multidimensional. Also, as I say in my talks, we as humans are limited beings, constrained by the quality of our sense organs and the ability of our brains to make sense of what we do detect.

I may never succeed in what I am trying to do. After all, what do I know? I am just a layman, non scientist and someone who for years was predominately primarily a wife and mother. The answer is no vested interest, an inquiring mind and an ability to see the wood from the trees. Thanks to the internet there is almost unlimited research material out there in plain sight, and an ability to connect with people who are wiser and more knowledgeable than I.

The most important lesson I have taken from my research is is the fundamental connectedness of all. Understanding this alone begins to make sense of the fundamental questions of who we are and what we are doing here. The search itself is  life enriching. The fellow travellers I have met are wonderful thoughtful people. The insights I have gleaned make my life more interesting.

Anyway, back to the jigsaw…anyone want to join me in putting in the next pieces?

Marian

 

 

 

 

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