Over the years, I have mentioned my goal is unity with the divine. Some of told me they have no idea what I mean. I remember Patrick Dunn being one of those. To me it is a simple drive.
Perhaps a good analogy of the past might be a young person dreaming of being married. The possibility is very real even though they haven't met Mr. or Ms. Right yet. I suppose I wanted the close personal relationship with whatever I conceived of as the divine.
Now, it is more like finding an exact sense of place. It is being in the place where the universe moves and you move right with it. For good, bad or indifferent, you're in the right place, doing the right thing. This isn't a moral sense of right. Its is more along the line of being within the continuing unfolding of the universe. This may be riding the edge of the ever developing god-fractal.
Somehow these thoughts dovetail within my discussion with Ananeal Qaa in the comment section of the previous post. There we are discussing the nature of motivation. He believes that there is no real subconscious form of motivation that all we have is conditioned responses. I believe in the subconscious and conditioned response. I also believe in karma, reincarnation and a host of little philosophies that all dovetail into one thing.
There is an exact place to be, exact actions to take. Whatever that place is, I want to be there.
I now know Gods exists. I have relationships with Them. Sometimes, it is as close as a marriage. Maybe even closer. It is one hundred percent honest and open. It is intimate. There is no fear. There is expansion. Love. There is a form of truth, with a capital T, but don't ask me to define that and don't assume that some sort of dogma. This is as being there as I can get.
The goal now is a mundane equivalent. Some say that is impossible. Yeah, well some say meeting a god is impossible too.