Published on October 1st, 2013 | by Dale Webb1
Winslow Wilton – The framework of the mind is a finite reflector of the infinite
“Space and time are the framework within which the mind is constrained to construct its experience of reality.
Reality is not the illusion as we create our realities, so we create the illusions too. So then the way to predict the future is by creating it. We suffer because we desire to resist reality.
Desiring more than we need further extends the reaches of illusion, like Dark Anti Matter, infinitely expanding in dimensions… For the True Self has no desire it has everything it needs.
We should then bring our desires down to our current means and increase them only when our current means permit. Our desires should be of a Virtuous nature by defining our value system.
Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.
The secret is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new. Match the frequency of the reality you want to create and you will get that reality. That is all there is to it. This is not only Philosophy, it is the laws of Physics.
Love and desire are the spirit’s wings to great deeds.To Desire by creating but not owning, Giving without demanding, controlling without authority… This is what fills the Heart with Love and gives the Mind it’s Wings to soar. Open your heart and free your mind. Accept the World with Love and compassion.
We ought to rise from our ashes into Love and become reborn.We often become lost in the temporal but then once again rise to become timeless.We ought to foresee past the facade of illusion by envisioning, with regard to that which is real within Ourselves.Embrace and feel the spark of life that breathes us into being.
Inner knowledge and anomalous outer experiences show us a side of reality which some may be oblivious to.This is the beginning of the journey of awakening. Each step of the journey is made by following the heart instead of following the crowd and by choosing knowledge over the veils of ignorance.
Our Thoughts give birth to a creative force. Thoughts create our words, they then become our actions. Our actions become our habit. Our habits then become our character. Our character is what shapes and creates our destiny.
Thoughts give a new source of energy, from which new arts flow. When we undertake to create something, We establish a new reality, we can choose to create happiness, satisfaction and security in life.
Some experience themselves as a part limited in time and space, experiencing themselves limited to subjectivity, These finitely imprisoned ought to remove the construct of their seperatness.Ultimately our thoughts and feelings should not be diveded separated from the rest, we are here to awaken from this optical delusion of consciousness and emerge into the metaphysical for it is antientropic. The delusion is a kind of prison for the mind, restricting it to personal desires and to affection for only a few persons nearest to the individual. The task must be to free the mind from this prison by widening the circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. Our thoughts should be able to flow metaphysically, methodically assembling and emarging into new energies; physically giving off our energy in an increasingly providing manner. The physical is inherently entropic. Where as Life is antientropic. This is our passion for creation. It may go so far as to override every other irrelevant personal desire, and from the new model of reality which we construct, new desires to create flow into us. This is the Divine gift of creation. We as human beings are part of the whole, just as the Universe is the whole being… Greater than the sum of it’s parts.
Do you see then that at times, the Universe is pregnant by us, and at times we give birth to it.”
— Winslow Wilton; inspired infused works
Sources: Immanuel Kant ~ Peter Drucker ~ Alan Watts ~ Lao Tzu ~ Aristotle ~ Socrates ~ Darryl Anka ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ~ Rumi ~ Henri Bergson ~ Philipus Aureolus Paracelsus ~ Carl Jung ~ Albert Einstein ~ Richard Buckminster Fuller ~ The concept of Synergy