Another Road Sign

It takes longer to set this up than it does to tell it. I’m posting a road sign here and it doesn’t warrant a bunch of explanation on my part. It does warrant a bunch of exploration on your part. The science is there if want that, but it’s more a matter of heart-led gate opening so your mind isn’t constrained by a lie:

Time and synchronicity is largely an illusion. God is not constrained by either when working in your life.

Now run with it.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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5 Responses to Another Road Sign

  1. Iain says:

    Ah…Jung. He hit on something there. Evidence that he was, is that synchronicity is rejected by modern scufflers, oops I meant scholars and devotees of the Baal of Science. It touches on the validity of mysticism as a path of being. Time is relative, I’m not speaking in terms of Einstein. I suck at algebra, I’m talking mystical, for a fruit fly a lifetime is a few days, for us barring cancer we can live well past 80, trees hundreds of years, rocks wow, they’re as old as this realm. Stars huge. I see it in the linear sense in the mirror, our Jap cherry’s and Brad pear are getting ready to blossom again, that’s circular then there’s concurrence. I experience this at times, one time in particular freaked me out so much I ended up in the ER, “we have no explanation, our tests showed nothing”. There is no model in the west to explain being sucked into a vortex of time and you hear your ancestors til finally Noah speaking Akkadian but, I was there, it happened, I understood later, Thanks be to the Almighty who is Blessed forever Amen. In certain “states” its possible. I don’t try to create it, that can invite the unclean. Our Father does it for His purpose at His hour. My dreams do this but, the effect fades quickly I’m conscious of it a mere moment and I know God has performed the sublime in my heart. I don’t believe seeking awareness is a healthy practice. The Spirit reveals to the heart and not everything bubbles up. There are sacred unconscious drives that cannot be understood through pondering. Learn to accept that and you shall be blessed. Or you can waste time navel gazing.


  2. Ed Hurst says:

    Well, my point in choosing the term “synchronicity” is that Jung and his friends miss the point on such things. Time itself is somewhat of an illusion, quite literally. But unless God speaks clearly in your heart, then there is no meaning to synchronicity. It seemed to me Jung and his friends kept trying to push the heart out of the picture, making everything cerebral. You have the right idea, using the term “concurrence.” An apparent synchronicity means nothing unless God speaks some other way in the first place.


  3. Iain says:

    Yeah those guys were like a spacecraft on reentry that gets the angle to shallow, bounces off and away to an orbit far from Earth’s core. ooh there a parbil right there.


  4. Jay DiNitto says:

    Time is probably something we sense because of the fall, not only because we grow old and die, but our perception of things shifts. I might maintain time existed pre-fall, and we could experience it in a much different way, as though we had authority over our perception of it, much how we have authority over physical dimensions. We can traverse over space but not time. After the fall, that relationship was reversed: we are put under time’s authority, so much so that much of what we do materially is governed by it. Those of us who are heart-led can’t necessarily see past the deception, but we know we are deceived in the first place, and we can know that there’s a human existence in which that authority over time can be realized again.


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