Wibbly Wobbly Reality … by Alice ..

Revised; originally published on 28 August 2013 

Dear Ones,

This is about the the fractal nature of reality and synchronicity. There’s Om at the end …

SUMMARY

  • Omens at a Convenience Store
    • This morning I stopped at a convenience store. As I was walking in, I had a fleeting view of a headline regarding some children that were killed the day before.
    • The man that walked into the store after me had a violent aura.
    • In front of me, at the counter, were three men who looked like total ruffians.
  • I got back in the car with my donuts, and tried to figure out what was going on.
  • Then I went to another convenience store, just to check out the omens … and, what do you know, there were nice sweet people in there!?
  • A thought on wibbly wobbly reality, as taught me by spiritual counselor Jeffrey Allen, www.iamjeffreyallen.com
    • Imagine that, all around you in the air, there are roses. Some are blooming, some are closed tight, and some are in between. The extent to which these roses are open depends on your own heart.
    • Imagine that you’re me, walking into the convenience store, you notice a headline on a newspaper, and you have a flashback to a terrible scene where some children have been killed, and your heart closes, like a rosebud closed up tight.
    • So, all these roses and rosebuds in the air around you, when your heart is closed, they close up too. And when your heart is open, all the roses in the air open up too; there’s a beautiful scent of roses in the air…
    • This is fractal theory, and one of the mechanisms of synchronicity.
  • Chanting Om …

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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causality, true reality, fractals, synchronicity, omens, synchronicity, reality, prophecy,

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