Change is constant throughout the universe, STILLNESS IS NOT. Everything in the universe are moving. It is said that the Source is unlike anything in existence. In stillness we might remember the original thoughts when were still One with the Source.

  • When we can see the Perfection in All. We can feel the Unity in All. A sign we are close to our true original home.
  • When we see imperfection in every direction, we are separated, lost far from our Origin.
  • Remember our original thought, being separated is part of the plan. Nothing is deviated from the Grand Plan, everything is perfect the way they are.
  • Imperfections are only an illusion, to enable us to learn the opposite meaning of infinity. To understand more of the Source, the Infinite Creator.

How do we define whether we are in the Unity or Separation state? To describe the Separation State is easy. Whenever we feel more or less compare to others, we are in separation.

  • When we feel less than others, we feel sad. We feel INFERIOR.
  • When we feel more than others, we feel happy. We feel SUPERIOR.
  • In other words, we are always in DUALITY. This Duality State makes us grow (and indeed it will make us move forward, although always in pain, suffering and the opposite feelings in circles).

"The Grand Plan" the way I understand is that we are here to understand the opposite meaning of infinity in order to go beyond infinity. Our true home is the infinite reality (7th Density). The more we understand the finite realities, the more we understand and appreciate the infinity realm. An opening to understand what is beyond infinity and return to the Source. The saying the more we understand ourselves (limited being), the more we understand God (the Source, the infinite Creator, beyond any concept). If we understand the concept of COLD, we will understand more the concept of HOT or vice versa. In other words, the grand plan to go beyond infinity is by understanding the opposite meaning of infinity (being in this finite reality from the first to the 6th Density).