Our reality is split
self and witness.
Contexts within which we determine,
this and that,
good/bad right/wrong true/false,
superficial and deep.
More or less before nothing
positive or negative either side of naught (zero)
but for us there’s the “other side”,
the subconscious to our conscious,
and the unconscious beyond.
What is more and beyond
goes on and on
without our whole.
Beyond our work and play,
our lives and generations,
sense of self and others,
there is our whole
who encompass our numbers and our all.
He or she, as the case or gender may be,
enacts embodied, does and is,
and encounters the rest of creation, in reality
while creating our reality as his or her part including
our sense of being and what we get up to,
and the world that we can think we rise to and are in.
Our whole is in and of reality,
touched by the rest of creation
as an indispensible part,
permanently present in reality’s present/presence (time/space, here/now).
Our sense of independence and freedom that is our embodiment,
sense of will and destiny, our endorsement
sense of life, our enticement
our sense of others and engagement,
are parts easily split without our whole.
Our realities are separate from our whole in being projected through the CNS (Central Nervous System) by our creator, our whole self. We are further isolated from our whole being in being identified in our self and with what we experience.
Within projection we are displaced and disassociated between the various aspects of our reality, split between conscious experience self and witness, and further with contexts and what is determined through them, as paraphrased in the piece above. This is why our identification between these ”split” parts are exclusive of our whole and isolating.
A part is invalid without its whole.
However, we may know that we are a projected part, approach our “actuality” as projection, and be in relation with our whole. We must understand, practice, and enact this; it is our contemplation, connection and communion – with our maker, a godly being of creation who, in his or her being, conscious, and substance, is inclusive of our self and all that we may be, all that we may experience, our conscious and witness.