A wise woman once told me, “Love is all there is.” I admit I have struggled to understand this. Surely not everyone acts out of love; certainly I don’t. Not that I don’t want to, but sometimes, before I know it, I’ve done or said something that clearly was not for the greatest good. And yet…
Considering Einstein’s definition of Compassion as the fifth fundamental force of the universe—the intelligence that uses the four fundamental forces to create the physical world, one step at a time—then yes indeed, every act is rooted in Compassion, regardless of its intention. Love becomes, literally, God, the driving force behind the creation of life.
Our latest series Our Glorious Planet Earth is an in-depth look at the five elements that make up matter, and our relationship to them. Last week, The Party stressed that human consciousness is going through a time of adaptation. Of the billions of years that Earth has been around, humans have only emerged in the last four hours, giving new meaning to the word “patience.”
Sometimes, life hands us cruel blows. Pain can be excruciating. We take actions that aren’t in our own best interest and then ask, “Why did I create this for myself?” When we take the short view, we can drive ourselves insane.
But in the long view Einstein gives us, we understand that for the nanosecond we grace the planet, we have the opportunity to reprogram the mathematics of our corner of human consciousness. We can commit to aligning to Compassion by becoming the change. This means accepting that human consciousness by its very nature has the potential for both good and evil. Admitting that as humans we can and do perpetrate evil becomes the inspiration to commit to aligning our lives with Compassion. Becoming the change means taking control of our own domain to make sure evil does not manifest from within us.
As always, The Party’s suggestions are not brain surgery, but seen from the long view, become the next most advantageous step in the never-ending process of our commitment to evolve:
The adaptation that humanity is engaged in can be accentuated through conscious choices on your part.
First, make sure to connect to nature as much as is possible. Living without a direct connection to nature is the source of inability to adapt. If you were put in a concrete room to live without sunlight, you would probably die. That is a form of adaptation. But if you were put out in the middle of a forest, you would learn to adapt to what to eat, where to find water. Be as close to nature as you can. Put your feet on the ground. Put your face in the air. Surround yourself with trees and water and beautiful land. Get away from the concrete and the boxes.
A second way you can actively participate in this adaptation is through the use of your own Compassion. We want to explain that in different ways. Yes, of course—it’s acting kind, making decisions for the good of the whole. But we also want to draw your attention to the level of Emotion. This—as we’ve said for years—is the place with the primordial soup, the place where all of your particles are strewn about. This would be something like being up in a high atmosphere, where there’s a lot of space between the molecules. Then, as that wave moves forward, you get into Intuition, which now has sound. Now there’s less space between the molecules. Then you add Intellect, which will now provide the structure for the images—the descriptions—and there’s even less space, until you get through the body.
Now you’re looking at the desk or the chair or the tree or the car. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of space between the molecules of your computer. That primordial soup of Emotion is now all pulled together to form the five-dimensional images that make up your physical world.
So when you go into deep Emotion, you have an opportunity to commune in that space between the molecules, to become Compassion—that intelligence that understands, even at that level, that there’s a process taking place that’s going to eventually form that computer. At that level of Emotion, your molecules and the computer’s molecules are all floating around, with lots of space between them. That’s your identity.
That’s your true identity, that space between the molecules. That’s what lives on eternally. That’s what will survive anything that happens to the planet Earth…