Know Your Place

Remember those phrases… children are to be seen and not heard…Women should know their place…You have to pay your dues, and more like them? When we are evolving, the frequencies of these ideas and more like them, nestled in our DNA and in the historical information in our field, come up and out. 
 
Not that you won’t have a thousand mentors in your life, craving their wisdom, teaching you if you’re willing to learn through relationships, books, conversations, osmosis, and their years of wisdom. We know now, though, that we do not have to learn or honor by graveling, but more by marveling. 
 
“Your basic substance is light.” ~Penney Peirce
 
We are meant to learn and evolve from the knowing of what we are really made of, from the awe of what others have walked through and learned and evolved and elevated in their wisdom and gratitude, and to keep going regardless of whether people come with you or not.
 
Evolution is at the very least discovering your true “place” in the cosmos and that it is always your choice, moment by moment, to live from that or not; to choose the finite or the infinite; to melt what limits and create from the unlimited; to rest in it peacefully; all while playing and thoroughly enjoying all that this third dimensional playground of our universe has to offer—making it physical and practical. 
 
Here, nature or nurture are too small a question for realizing the depth of purpose and ecstasy it is for you to simply exist. Discovering the uniquenesses of you seeking expression from that greatness is the essence of the third-dimensional playground. 
 
Infinity is never-not infusing our universe, infusing you. If it did, we would instantly cease to exist. Like that. Yeah, we could destroy ourselves, but that’s a lot of work and time. Infinity could eliminate us in a thought, which is faster than the speed of light. But it won’t. 
 
This is the holographic principal in quantum theory discovered and proved mathematically by quantum physicist, David Bohm. What other scientists had chalked up to quantum weirdness, that we are here randomly, and shoved to the side in the Copenhagen principle, Bohm dove into. It is known as the holographic principle.
 
“Something is loving you into life from the inside.” ~Dr. Joe Dispenza

So, a little reminder today that no matter what is happening around you or within you, remember your Place, where you come from, what you are made of, what you are capable of creating, and it will be as T.S. Eliot reminds us…
 
“We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”
 
Infinity. Moment by moment.
 
 

Here’s to more of You making an amazing world,

Shelley

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