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Breathing Holes

If you would only allow holes in your story, you would understand that your reality need not be so clearly defined. Thus it would become infinitely malleable and perhaps more to your liking. But you do NOT allow holes. You INSIST on filling them. So you give yourself the sensation of wearing a tight-fitting straight jacket and not being able to breathe. This is the blessed trap of what you call “learning.” Only when you seemingly kill the organism with “knowledge” will you realize that all is imagined, and that you are IMPOSSIBLE to kill.

3/28

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Pool Time

Your reality need not be sequential. You have merely chosen to experience it that way. Think of it as a pool rather than a line. Think of it as a story rather than time. The paradoxes you present yourself are but seeming conflicts for the hero (you) to play with.

Take your grandfather paradox. You believe that if you go “back” in time and kill your grandfather, you will alter the timeline and cease to exist. This is true only if you believe it true, for story, not time, rules your reality.

Once you dissociate from time, you can see that there is no cause and effect other than a story about this “thing” called “cause and effect.” It is very imaginative of you. But in actuality, you could remove a cause, such as your grandfather, and simply leave a hole. None of the rest of your arrangement need change.

Remember that ALL potential exists OUTSIDE of time and space. It does not move. It does not change. Only your perception seems to change, and even that is an illusion.

Perception is the focal point of story.

Perhaps it would do you well to imagine different varieties of this thing you call time, not just the one. In one variety of time, it is not a line but a pool. All potentials, past present and future are floating in this pool.

Now imagine that you are simply swimming in a line. You observe your grandfather and associate yourself with him. You observe your father and associate your father with your grandfather. You observe yourself and create a seeming “lineage” in you mind.

It matters not if you observe yourself first or your father first or your grandfather first, for in “pool time,” as we shall call it, there IS no first. But you are imagining a story in which linear time also exists, so you now fill in the blanks of a time relationship between all these observations. You imagine things like birth, death, cause and effect, thus reinforcing your story about this straight unyielding line.

This is ALL in your mind, for in actuality, past present, future, time and space are all imagination.

Now imagine your grandfather missing from this scenario. Following your current storyline, you might imagine that you might no longer exist. But should you shift your perception to pool time rather than linear time, you might see that you could fill this “hole” in your story with something else — or simply leave it empty.

Remember you exist prior to all you imagine. You exist prior to your imagination of linear time. You would not cease to be.

Now similar to the hole you might leave in your story once you remove your grandfather, consider that there are holes all around you that you merely do not choose to see. Consider that potential, such as the potential of your grandfather, or a son or daughter, or ANY FUTURE EVENT might fill in one of these holes within your time.

Pool time is like water. It is fluid. Remove a rock from the water and it fills in with something else. In this manner, you may remove one potential from your reality and you fill it with ANOTHER potential. You do this all the time.

You simply change your story.

A story is what you are, but your story need not incorporate time as you have imagined it thus far. Simply imagine a different kind of time. POOL TIME. You are swimming in pools of potential which are yours for the simple action of imagining them.

THE DOTS COME “BEFORE” THE CONNECTION.
THE DOTS EXIST ETERNALLY AS EITHER PERCEIVED
OR UNPERCEIVED POTENTIAL.

CHANGE YOUR CONNECTIONS
AND CHANGE YOUR STORY.

Consider POOL TIME a gift. You’ll find that it is backwards compatible with your story so far, so long as you continue to use your infinite imagination.

We shall go and fetch our water wings.

We are Space Monkey.

3/28

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Falling Down the People Hole

The “problem,”
as you imagine it,
is that you have fallen
down the people hole.

Rules are a trap.
Thinking is a trap.
History is a trap.
Consistency is a trap.

There is nothing
“wrong” with humanity,
but we are far more
than just human.

We are Space Monkey.

3/27

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When Ignorance Masquerades As Concern

Perhaps the most dangerous thing is when ignorance masquerades as concern. You become this person who legitimately wants to change the human condition, but only because you were brought up to believe that it’s the “right” thing to do.

This is a very difficult idea to confront because it cuts to the core of all we seem to be. We are afraid to challenge the idea of what is “right,” what is “wrong,” what is “good,” what is “bad,” and whether there is something OUTSIDE of all that, or perhaps, NOTHING outside of all that.

There’s this kind of inertia to our seeming history that motivates us to act certain ways, along certain guidelines, which are the same guidelines that have seemingly ALWAYS existed.

I’m not knocking any of these guidelines, by the way, just following a desire to understand them a little more deeply. And when I say “deeply,” I don’t mean in a “thinking” sort of way because I believe that thinking is the “trap.”

I have nothing against thinking either. It seems to be what I do. But is thinking ALL I can do? Me no think so.

I was once told that “consistency is the trap of a small mind,” and the idea seems to have stuck with me. All these “ways” we seem to follow. All these “morals.” All these “beliefs.” All this “money.” All this “fear.” We sure are consistent.

Perhaps ignorance is an illusion created by consistency. Perhaps consistency is the silver pendant that lures us into our hypnotic states, making us do seemingly “ignorant” things. We use the same words. We follow the same rules. We create patterns over time that repeat fractally.

So I will allow that I am “ignorant,” otherwise I would not be able to function at this level. It’s just a word, anyway. Best not to think too heavily into it for fear of being sucked back down the people hole.

I am Space Monkey.

3/27

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Comfortably Insignificant

Until you are comfortable
in your relative insignificance,
you never fully appreciate
how it feels to grow.

Otherwise your ego
is already too big.

3/26

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Energizing Words

I can’t speak for anyone else, but if there were a word I wouldn’t like to be called, I wouldn’t use it publicly on someone else, no matter how accurate I believe the word might be.

I believe that when I use words — any words — I energize them. I try not to even THINK certain words. Now, of course, I slip up a lot. I’m human, sort of. But when I hear certain words flying all over the internet, I only feel sorry for the people slinging them because they’re unwittingly PERPETUATING whatever it is they oppose.

Now this is, of course, their right to perpetuate whatever they are perpetuating, so it is not my place to tell them to stop. How condescending would that be? And I could be PERFECTLY WRONG in my opinion.

So I’ll just stick to my own little version of reality and stay focused on the belief that it’s not up to me to change those I perceive as others. Unless asked, I will help in intention only. I know that things are moving precisely the way they’re supposed to move, and WOW, it sure is interesting.

Life is so cool right now. There’s never been a reality quite like this one.

(Just one monkey’s perspective.)

3/26

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ImagineNATION

For the longest time,
we believed that facts
were built on facts.

Imagine our surprise
when we discovered
that facts
are built on fantasy,
and that imagination alone
rules the day
and that those
who seem to control
imagination
seem to control reality.

Imagine our surprise
when we discovered
that reality was not
the be all and end all
but rather the
seem all and endless all.

Imagine our surprise
when we discovered
not ONE timeline,
but INFINITE timelines
of which
we can jump the rails
whenever we choose
into whatever we want
to experience
wherever we want to be.

And the timeline
we’ve chosen is this one.

Imagine.

3/26

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Here is your belief.

Here is your belief.
It is not this, but that,
halfway between here and there,
a vague feeling of a seeming certainty
that you are unable to prove or disprove.

A line in the sand,
a stick in the ground,
a fact built purely on fantasy,
for that is precisely how One conjures
something out of nothing.

Here is your belief.
Others may agree or disagree,
love you for it or hate you for it,
judge you for it or rate you for it,
but only YOU get to decide
how you feel about it.

Here is your belief.
All other beliefs pass through.
Do others or their beliefs exist at all?

It’s entirely up to you.

3/26

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Reaction

Nothing outside of you can ever make you happy or unhappy. It always comes down to your REACTION to what you present yourself. And make no mistake, you ARE presenting this to yourself. OUTSIDE is simply your soul trying to get a rise out of your self. Soul doesn’t care if you laugh, cry, jump or shriek. Such a show you are putting on!

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This Vague Certainty

There’s this vague certainty about it. You can FEEL it, but not TOUCH it, KNOW it, but not UNDERSTAND it, BELIEVE it, but not PROVE it.

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