We live in a movie like reality. Life is a projection and we are the viewers. We are able to see life in this way when we detach from the scenes, from the actors, and from the ending. Life almost has a dream like quality, a sense that this is not real. It is an illusion, a figment of the imagination. In essence what is the difference between the dream world and our so called ‘reality’?
The people in our life, including ourselves, can be compared to actors in a movie. We take upon roles, with our personalities depicted like characters that an actor plays. In each role, (each lifetime), the actor accumulates experiences and adds to their resume of roles. The important thing to remember is not to take things too seriously, for we are living in a movie, a projection of our personalities from the collective. The role you have taken on is not the real you. You are really the soul embodying the actors’ body and this personality in that specific role that you chose. Our soul, what is behind this shell of an actor, is our true essence which is unconditional love. We came to this 3D world to experience, to take on different roles so we can grow, learn and play, to re remember the magnificent brilliance that is us: the ‘Source.’
The important thing to remember is to enjoy the role you took on. It’s like watching a movie and enjoying the movie in its totality…its humours scenes, its dramatic scenes, even the moments of horror…we can appreciate the movie for what it is…enjoyment. We do not become the movie, we are able to separate ourselves as the viewer and do not see the movie as reality. So why do we get caught up in our own ‘real life’ movies? We have forgotten that this is a ride, that this ‘role’ we have taken on is not the real us. We become engulfed in lifes’ dramas, and all the emotions that derive from them. To transcend this, we must observe the inner states that come from personal experiences, so that we can optimize our souls’ growth.SEE MORE ON PAGA2