Birth of Me - Ego - The Curtain





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Published on Jul 27, 2009

A journey of conscientiousness through pre-womb to Cesarean Section birth with help from snow tubing, memories, and space moutain. I was a planned C-section for 4/11/1969. I exited the event horizon of my mother unnaturally. I was born through the sunroof.

"Our destiny was shaped long before the body came into being - Sri Tulsidas.

They say before we are born we choose our lives here on earth. They say we chose our parents, our life events, and how we will die, so we may learn and grow from them and to move to the next level. Everything that happens to you was chosen by you. Everything good or bad.

An Amusement park for the soul. Come to 3-D world and experience a new level of reality, the advertisement might say.

We left the womb of paradise, to experience what it means to be a creator. We left the Endless World and asked the Creator to hide all of the bliss, so we could have the pleasure of finding it. In this game of hide-and-seek to find God's Light, everlasting joy is the reward for finding your meaning of life hidden behind the Curtain. The Curtain however is our ego. Everything is hidden in plain sight, but it cannot be seen because of the Curtain. We must simply remove the Curtain for the Light to shine into our life. Only then can create what we desire and experience true bliss as we once did in the Endless World.

Annoyances are a good thing. They give us the opportunity to avoid our ego and to remove a layer of the Curtain.

Inspired by "The Red String Book" by Yehuda Berg
....and Dan Winter's Toroid

Music: Wriiten by David Paul/ Happy Plastic "Birth of Me"
Images: David Paul


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