I post this following comments and reply on a poem
I’m often lost in a dream (as if it were) identified in projection with what I experience. The difference is like becomming lucid as in a dream, but not just knowing that and willing or being creative in your dream. The whole body is alive and not just dreaming. It is about knowing of (not just about), and then relating with, the whole self who is dreaming many dreams that you-s are in. We are not one identity within our whole, nor our reality a definitive one but of many contrasting, contradicting and conflicting realities, that are parts of a projecting, or creating, placing and carrying (and possibly caring, beyond our understanding), whole being.
The whole body is living in creation, whole being whole self on Earth. She or he is present “ALL the time” in the present “there”, eternal compared to ALL of our space and time, our here and now, our moment between our past and “what’s next” for our presence as being or consciousness.
We are always part of a whole self, and I believe we will always be in projection (by definition if nothing else). The difference is in being touched by the whole body, we are reached by reality in projection, where all other entities can only manifest through the whole body as projected indications – whether placed “in our” outside or in, they are within our projected reality and next to the whole body, if they also exist in reality. And in being touched by reality we become more a part of the whole body, and what begins with our relation with the whole body grows from whence it begins. Boundaries are encompassed in relation with who projects all, of self and other and not, of this side and beyond all boundaries – isolating, dividing, necessary and protective, to be transcended, broken and preserved, for our self as part, and beyond self and many self-s by our whole.
Free as part and asserted as part. Released into our realities, supported as “I’m it” in contrast, assimilation and identification, as part of whole self. It may happen as we fall into sleep or begin to wake, or stop to slow with what’s there and realise “there’s the who”. What’s there is a who – a godly being in creation allows us our dream, to be lost in but also to relate from, as a part in projection with our whole in reality. And behold, as part be held, through more that we think, feel and sense we are and do, our essence be touched by spirit, one essence of our whole and All creation.