This is a guest post by Natheya. Natheya uses the Language of Light to heal.
We are basically seekers and are using the pieces of truth that we discover as building blocks, stacking them up, sometimes taking one out but mostly adding and expanding.
Why do we do that? Because deep down we know that truth is expansive, it is limitless. Beyond every question lies the potential of a different one. Beyond every answer there is the promise of another layer of truth. We incorporate truth in its presented form, work with it and play with it until that moment when we feel there is yet another, broader vision possible.
It might still be imperceptible or unclear but we can sense it is available and that through this other perspective we might reach a fuller understanding. What is our next move as we gradually acknowledge this intriguing process, this fundamental quest to understand at a deep level? For some of us, this desire to expand our knowing is welling up from deep within, tantalizing us, nagging us, and propelling us to go ‘further’.
As the prevailing answers do not immediately unlock the presence of this larger viewpoint, we start asking ourselves different questions, each new answer bringing an additional piece of the puzzle which is growing more and more intricate and ever more colorful. Meanwhile we keep searching and digging until at one stage the answers seem to fit, they come together and start giving a hint of unraveling a larger picture.
We experience that well known ‘aha’ feeling as something appears to finally click and fall into place. We get a greater insight. Is there a next step, you may wonder? We do tend to stop right here and reach no further, at least not for a quite a while. This is not all that surprising. After all, we did a lot of ‘work’ and we did not give up our search quickly.
We did not simply go along with what was presented to us. We were not swayed by the superficial and obvious. On the contrary, we prodded diligently with passion and dedication until – at last – we discovered and unveiled the hidden treasures of truth.
We got what we were looking for. So it appears…What has occurred so far in our process of understanding and knowing is that we have taken a photograph – possibly even a number of them using a wider lens and from a different angle, but the same scene nevertheless. And holding it in our hands we then cut it up in small pieces, scattered them all around and subsequently started the process of putting them back together again.
Once that is seemingly accomplished, we sigh with relief and a sense of accomplishment. We relax and savor our newly found truth, in the same way that we put our feet up at the end of a long journey and ease into the enjoyment of a well earned rest and quiet reflection. However, we are the ones that selected the picture in the first place – based on our individual judgment, preference and understanding of what is or should be displayed in front of us – and it is the only one we interact with.
We pointed the camera. We chose the scenery. We took the photograph. Sealed, signed and delivered. The result is that we have kind of predetermined the framework in which the pieces could fall into. What if we made it too small or we were looking at the ‘wrong’ angle? What if there is an even grander picture available, a bigger panorama, one that is more revealing and displaying a clarity that enables us to see things that were not noticeable before? Would we even recognize it?