The Illusion Of Conditions
This page tells you about the illusion of conditions. As we see in quantum physics, the quantum ‘soup’ is quite literally all the things and options that can possibly exist existing all at one go.
In other words, everything you can possibly imagine, and more, all exists already and it exists at this moment of Now. Everything! So a wealthy you and a non-wealthy you all exist simultaneously, but you are experiencing only one of them, you are conscious, awake to, and aware of one.
Ok, it is time for you to put your thinking cap on. Here we go: If everything exists all at one go, right now, can you see how conditions do not exists as real properties of the universe?
If all possible outcomes exist, how can there be a condition against certain outcomes existing, when they already exist!
Look, just a moment ago, you read the last sentence. You have already read it.
How then can there be a condition that you have not read it when you have already read it? It is not possible. So, because everything possible, everything conceivable, already exists, it is not possible for a condition of it not existing, against its already-existence.
Your being wealthy already exists scientifically and spiritually. All you need to do is shift your awareness, your consciousness, to that part of your Self that is wealthy. There are no conditions of that part existing – nothing can stop it from existing, because it already exists. But you can create other outcomes that look like conditions.
For example, another thing that exists but you may not be experiencing it is you being not wealthy materially, you feeling procrastination or feeling out of time, you going to the casino and getting a gambling habit, being in a poor country, having no education, and so on.
All these are independent existences that are the opposite of wealthy existence. But just because they exist does not mean that the wealthy existence does not exist or exists depending on these other existences.
People make a mistake of saying ‘well, if I was born in a wealthy family, or in a good country, or with this gift or that knowledge, or if I went to that college or had that thing happen to me, I would be wealthy’. They assume that wealth has a condition.
Yet, what they call a condition is actually another independent existence.
In other words, you can get to wealth with or without having to pass through the so-called condition.
You do not need to fulfill these conditions to get wealthy. But when you believe in conditions, then they will be there.
There are countless paths to wealth or anything else, and conditions are just one of those paths – it is your choice whether or not you wish to go through conditions.
Even time, which looks like a condition, is not a condition. People think you need a lot of time and age to get wealthy, so it happens that way for them, but it does not have to be that way. History proves that.
Everything that is conceivable exists – you can only understand this if you understood the nature of time, quantum physics, and spirit. Conditions are not if-then statements that separate having and not having. They are just another outcome out of an infinite number of outcomes. They do not exist as conditions – they exist as just another possible existence. You do not have to pass through them, but if you believe in conditions and you create them, then of course you will experience them.
The important thing to know is that, even scientifically, conditions do not exist as if-then statements, as requirements that you have to go through, or as traps that you are born in and must stay in, or as things you can only get out of using certain actions and getting certain help that is outside of you. Conditionality does not exist. We have designed conditionality on our own. What you call a condition is not a condition – it is just another one of infinite possible existences, and it does not exclude you from having another existence.
Much of your pain is self-chosen. It is the bitter potion by which the physician within you heals your sick self. Therefore trust the physician, and drink his remedy in silence and tranquility: For his hand, though heavy and hard, is guided by the tender hand of the Unseen. – Kahlil Gibran
The psychological rule says that when an inner situation is not made conscious, it happens outside, as fate. That is to say, when an individual remains undivided and does not become conscious of his inner contradictions, the world must perforce act out the conflict and be torn into opposite halves. – Carl Jung
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