We are 7.5 billion people, living on a planet, called Earth.
Sometimes, it seems that we collectively forget about this fact.
Humanity is going through a multidimensional existential crisis – AI, geopolitical instability, climate change, superbugs, more…
In the past few months, I’ve been on a few journeys to other worlds…
I’ve now had a few extradimensional encounters with Jesus. The Spirit of Man, an archetype of surrender and sacrifice. There is a strange balance between the struggle of being and the peace of absolute surrender.
I’ve been to forests that span multiple dimensions. Trees are shimmering pillars of energy, wise old spirits. Many have become sick in recent years, ravaged by drought and invasive beetles. The trees are sad, but patient, waiting for humanity to awaken.
I had a dance with a Mayan Princess in an interdimensional desert filled with cosmic light and music. We danced, played, and connected with the child-like mind and wandered through dimensions of love and light.
These journeys through hyperspace and beyond space-time are ineffable and timeless. At the end of it all, I’ve come back to this dimension and am grounding myself. I was at a rooftop bar in Puerto Rico a few weeks ago, drinking tequila and discussing reality with some polymath friends.
“It’s a puzzle… The question is… do you like puzzles?” -The Kabbalist
Isn’t that the ultimate metaphor for life? We struggle to find meaning, and the meaning is always in the struggle.
“The purpose of life is to find something so meaningful that the fact that life is suffering becomes irrelevant” -JBP
I’ve been fairly grounded on Earth in the past few months. I’ve passed on some interdimensional rocketships, and the furthest dimension I’ve traveled to recently was Tokyo, where I spent some time with the Godfather of Roppongi, danced with a mermaid, experienced an abundance of food, wine, and the attention of beautiful women.
Temptation is a bitch. We are bottomless pits of desire.
“What do I really want?”
“What do you really want?”
“What is your dream?”
I’m unraveling the puzzle… I believe that manifestation is limitless. However, the challenge is to figure out our true north. What is our deepest intention, then surrender to it.
One of my favorite shows on television is Legion.
“Find a nice quiet hilltop somewhere. Settle down. Live.”
“What about what? Saving the world?
The world’ll be just fine. It always is.
I mean, things might get worse for awhile. Maybe people will die.
Hmm. We all die eventually.
The real tragedy is forgetting to live.
Save yourself. While you still can.”
This is not to say we shouldn’t do our best to continue the existence of humanity. Things are serious. We might not make it out of this century. The Earth will survive. Life will continue. We might not.
At the end of the day, it comes back to the fact that our consciousness is visiting this planet, Earth, from outside of space-time. Every moment on this planet, every bite of food, every sensation, every emotion of joy, love, and sadness is a gift. What are the odds that we get to be here, at this time, in this reality, with the infinitesimal odds that this existence could even happen?
We are visitors to the Earth Planetary Park, enjoying the “trees” and the scaffolding that we’ve built around it.
Humanity’s consciousness is raising. Life is beautiful. The answer to the puzzle is gratitude.