By Carla B.
Most of us have heard the old adage that our outer world is nothing more than a reflection of our inner world – as within, so without, as above, so below. Well, you may or may not realize this, but what this actually is….adepts call, The Law of Correspondence.
The Law of Correspondence, combined with the Law of Mentalism, according to ancient Egyptian teachings…. offers up the liberating insight (to those that are awake) how our Universe mirrors the models and belief structures that exist within our IMAGINEnation….; it is a reflection of a steady flow of holographic projections we call perception. Interestingly, we are required to “breathe life” into our chosen “reality”. An obvious extrapolation of this Hermetic gem might be “As without, so within or….as Above so below.” Notably, while these perspectives may be familiar, its actually more like putting the cart before the horse, since the outer is a reflection of the inner. Sure folks, we can use the rear view mirror to keep where we’ve been in perspective, but driving is far more fun — and much safer all the while maintaining the focus on what is directly in front of us. In this metaphor, we’re paying attention to what is within to address what is ‘front and center’, rather than what the machinery of the physical Universe has already fabricated as effect, and has already passed by on life’s interstate…of sorts. –#Namaste #LOVELight
In the video below renowned Author, Historian Manly P. Hall discusses integration of the ageless, timeless spiritual laws of Mother Earth.
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“One of the most surprising discoveries of modern physics is that objects aren’t as separate as they may seem. When you drill down into the core of even the most solid-looking material, separateness dissolves. All that remains, like the smile of the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland, are relationships extending curiously throughout space and time. These connections were predicted by quantum theory and were called “spooky action at a distance” by Albert Einstein. One of the founders of quantum theory, Erwin Schrodinger, dubbed this peculiarity entanglement, saying “I would not call that one but rather the characteristic trait of quantum mechanics.” — Dean Radin
“Everything seems to interact with everything else at many subtle levels of the universe beyond the purely physical level, and the deeper we penetrate into these levels, the more do we realize that we are One.” — William Tiller, from the Preface to Stalking the Wild Pendulum by Itzhak Bentov.
More on the Law of Correspondence:The Kybalion: Chapter II. The Seven Hermetic Principles
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