The more I read RD, the more I think about the nature of things. I was meditating today and the stream below is what occurred to me. I think this is what RD is saying and I am interested in what you all think. Here it is:
It starts with this list as an illustration. 71, 3, 5, 31, 11, 41, 17, 19, 23, 29, 19, 37, 41, 43, 47, 83, 7, 59, 61, 67, 2, 73, 79, 19, 89, 13. This looks like a random list of numbers until we realize that it is actually a list of prime numbers. It appears chaotic to us in our perspective unless you know the ‘code’. In this case the code is all numbers that are only divisible by themselves and 1.
What if what we see as chaotic is only because we do not know the code. In other words, chaos is in fact actually just infinitely complex order? This is because something that is infinitely complex would appear to us as completely chaotic, because it is so complex we could never understand the ‘code’ or sequence that reveals it. On the other hand, in our reality if something IS so complex we cannot fathom it, then it stays chaotic until it is revealed as otherwise.
As I travel the journey, more and more I see that I am becoming aware of the code, and planes that were invisible to me are now visible and, to some degree, I understand them. I am realizing that chaos and order are the same thing, and that what we can see of them is dependent on our perspective and where we are relative to what we remember. I am quickly remembering more and more.
Lastly (and I do not want to cause any discomfort for anyone here, this is just my view), I have always felt that all religions have somewhere in them a view to the infinite, and that they just seem to have pitched a tent at that spot and developed their world around a piece of the puzzle. I get that sense from RD’s thoughts as well. This to me is the beauty of RD’s teachings in that he is linking truths from humanity and has created what is the basis for a unified perspective (from the limited view of this realm). However, it is probably only viewable in that sense once you remember that it is. (Sorry for the statement of the obvious, but I am interested in the thoughts of you all.)
Thanks for bearing with me and reading this. What do you think?