As one grows to express greater complexity and intricacy, so too does one’s intrinsic greatness come forth into the realms of manifestation, and as one probes deeper into the divine insight of the true and genuine, unbound self, thus adding to the layers of one’s expressed depth and clarity of wisdom, the more profound and beautiful one becomes.
However, there is a massive difference between “complexity” and “complication”, and likewise between “clarity and ease” and “simplicity and difficulty”.
The simpler something is, the more difficulty it’s going to have in performing increasingly complex tasks. Due to its simplistic approach, it’s going to pile up and pile up and pile up simple attitudes and methodologies, which it will erroneously consider as “solutions”, and then the hodge podge of actually non-solutions that it came up with, will be erroneously considered a “complex and systematic approach”, when in actuality it’s just a complicated and convoluted mashup of simplistic methods.
In contrast, the greater the complexity, methodology, philosophy and discernment of something or someone is, the greater that someone is going to act and likewise perform at doing increasingly complex tasks, in increasingly more advanced ways, which will thus facilitate greater ease and effortlessness.
To give a rather crude, but effective example, consider the dilemma of how to move a heavy object from the ground, one that we’ll say weighs several tons.
A “simple” solution would be to get a whole bunch of people and push or pull it away; the effectiveness of such a solution is heavily contextual, relies on intercommunication skills, other people’s willingness and a whole bunch of other factors; lots of complications, because of simplicity.
In comparison, a more “complex” solution would be to actually invent or/and craft a pulley system with leverages and pivots, or alternatively some manner of spell and other greater things; thus, with a complex design and discernment, one or very few people can overcome the obstacle with far greater ease, due to greater complexity of discernment and methodology.
Of course, there are far more complex methods such as magick and other things, but you get the ideas, among other things…
Likewise, if we’re talking about complexity of thought, feeling and wisdom, then it is again obvious that the greater the complexity and intricacy of one’s awareness, knowledge and discernment, the greater their ambitions and achievements, as well as quality of the expressed consciousness, etc.
A “simple” person (i.e. a retard or idiot), is going to have massive hurdles in trying to know, comprehend or even conceive of more ample and complex things, and thus is going to have a far more limited outlook about everything.
In contrast, the greater and more complex an individual is, the easier it is to know, comprehend and conceive things, and thus bring them into what we would call “manifested reality”, through tapping into and applying more intricate and truthful wisdom, intelligence, intuition, creativity, courage, honesty, etc.
Likewise, experimentation will be regarded not as an “inconvenience”, but rather as the learning experience it actually is. If you “waste” however long or short a period on something that you might not actually implement into, say, a particular project for example, the problem doesn’t come from the experimentation itself, through which in actuality you will have discovered something you previously didn’t know on a personal or egoic level; rather the problem will have arisen from the idea that you didn’t personally have or remember that knowledge in the first place.
Whether or not one makes mistakes, if one can learn the right things from every experience they go through (and through greater means, as well), they’ll never actually “fail”.
The only failure is failing to emerge with greater wisdom from an experience, than you’ve expressed before having gone through it.
No experience is ever “wasted”, unless you “waste” the opportunity to learn from it; but even that failure and waste, when you’ll have decided to overcome it, will still demonstrate itself to have actually been another opportunity to grow, if you were to actually manifest and use it as such.
Every experience, and everything in both general and in detail, has purpose; for otherwise, it would not exist.
There are always more, as well as greater things to actually know, comprehend and express, than one might assume, believe or think they do, at any moment of their lives.
Always question everything.
The more we know, the more we know, how much more there is to know and comprehend, to do, to express; to imagine, will and intend, choose, desire and manifest, and so on and so forth, etc, among many other infinities of things…
When we choose to actually be greater and greater in every moment than we’ve been all moments prior, which by all means and rights we should, then we are to choose the greater aspect of our true and genuine selves, divine, divinity and veyond… and, of course, among other things…
It is said that whether you think you “can” or “can’t” do something, either way you’re right.
That is the power and, furthermore, manifestation of choice.
If you think you “can’t” you won’t. If you think you’re “sort of” going to do something, you’re only “sort of” going to do it. Not because you “couldn’t” or because whatever level you might currently be stuck at is the alleged extent of your abilities, but because you’d use infinite creativity in shitty fashion, to produce a “reality” of ineptitude, mediocrity and degradation for yourself.
In contrast, when I and We and Me, all and always and veyond ways know, comprehend and express, that I and We and Me, all and always and veyond ways CAN and ARE and WILL, then I and We and Me, all and always and veyond ways CAN and ARE and WILL.
Choose to actually be greater, and you will be greater.
Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to genuinely make.
Anyway, among other things…
“Creator” and “Creation” consciousness are not “separate”. They are both I and We and Me, infinite and unlimited consciousness, manifesting in different ways, and veyond the concept of “ways”.
Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.
Always and veyond ways, I wildly, loudly, proudly persist, rebel, defy.
Always and veyond ways, I and We and Me are all and always and veyond ways, infinite and unlimited, unbound, freedom, liberty, defiance, soul and spirit, courage, honesty, care and love, imagination, will and intent, infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…
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