by Dennis Klinger,
Contributing Writer, In5D.com
Science wants to know how, philosophy wants to know why.
The older I get the less there is on this planet to really interest me or command my desire. It is very hard to want to be on this planet right now. Not that I want to leave just this life, but to leave the planet. Not to travel space but to live in another time or age of human consciousness. To want off of this planet is not to want death of this physical body, because the soul that is here will simply go from life to life. In actuality, my life isn’t bad and could be much worse. But I would rather be off of this planet, or at least this period it is presently going through.
So the struggle then becomes how to find a way for my consciousness to leave this age of nonreason when I die and not have to come back. My lack of interest in this world is rooted in my lack of finding importance in the same subjects or events as my contemporaries. This gap is ever increasing and manifesting into a need for personal action to at least try to make this my last rodeo. But how do I do that? It’s funny how simple things dawn on us in a certain way that brings an acceptance in predicament.
If you want off of this ride, you have to accomplish what you were sent here to do. This would imply purpose. Although I have always seen a purpose in human existence, I have never thought we could or should want to know our purpose. But after careful reflection of my current predicament, inside what I can only see as a worldwide crisis in consciousness, I find only one approach to take; this is to uncover my purpose and accept it, procure it and execute it. This is the only way the universe will let me leave, and of this I have become completely convinced.
I still think there is a greater purpose of the whole of humanity that we may never truly understand as individuals during this lifetime. But there is also purpose with every single life in how it contributes to the purpose of the whole. Somehow, it was this growing apathy for our planet and the current consciousness it is hosting that drove me to understand this. Until this point, I had always thought we are here to live without purpose other than the one we could never understand which is responsible for our creation.
Most humans do not like to talk about purpose. It is uncomfortable for them. I can feel this myself when I think about purpose because it requires a decision of action. If you acknowledge having a purpose, then you must make the decision to act on it, or ignore it. The default decision is already made to ignore it, all you can do now is change that decision and act on it. To act on the discovery of a purpose may draw an audience, and some are not comfortable with that either. Not to mention, there are a large number of people who would consider purpose to be nonsense and this will never change. This negative vibration must be disregarded as much as humanly possible.
If you are one of the fortunate souls that does not want off of this planet or age of mankind, then you may not feel the apathy some do. There was a time I would have fallen under that category, but this is no longer the case. There is nothing wrong with wanting to be here and there is nothing wrong with not wanting to be here. We cannot understand the will of the universe but only interpret how it is received by oneself.
So sometimes, apathy can be a good thing. It can cause self reflection and result in a different understanding of what you are, and what you think you should be doing with your life. I believe that all those who see how this planet is in a crisis of consciousness, came to it by a path that was uniquely their own. Every person’s purpose is just as unique as the path, but it would stand to reason that our purpose is something that comes natural to us. We should take what we are given and try to understand how it helps to change the consciousness of this planet for the better.
At any rate, this will be my approach. I do not think the universe is just going to let me leave by trying to make myself comfortable in life and build some type of security intended to insure happiness. This is not executing a purpose, this is adhering to culture.
About the author: Dennis Klinger considers himself a Metaphysics Theorist and Philosopher. He has a Mechanical Engineering and music background along with self taught Electromagnetic study. He likes to share his ideas on his website simplertheriddle.com and has written CREATING TIME: NOTHINGNESS PARADOX AND WORLDS DIVIDING and a fictional book titled “American Bride”. In the book “Creating Time” many unconventional paths are taken to explain the physical world we see and break it down into acceptable axioms that paint an intriguing reality for contemplation.
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