A History of Creation – Part 2

By Aisha North

“You are a part of this, but only a small part, so what you make, is merely a small drop in the ocean. But you are also God, so does that make you all powerful, in other words, can you change the world? The answer is of course YES, but it is also NO. It is YES, for you can recreate YOURSELF. And through that, you are recreating your world. But you cannot recreate ALL of Creation. Or rather, you cannot switch everything off and start anew, for that is not in your powers alone. For this is also a huge lesson in co-creating, in separation in order to make a whole out of separate units. Just one BEing can do as he pleases, he (or she) or let us just use the word God in order to lessen confusion. So if you are God, you are the ONE, the Creator, the single observer that sets everything into motion. But that is merely the first step. The next step is this: make separation, so that each single particle needs to work in tandem with everyone else in order to create. In other words, creativity needs to be as diverse as possible, and this diversity can only come from separation, or duality, or multiplicity – the list of words are endless, but the fundamental truth is this: to ensure the largest possible number of variations, separation needs to be established first. Then and only then will the optimal conditions for creating become valid. You need as many different factors – or fractions – as possible in order to get a whole spectre of different possibilities, and that was the first task of Creator. And so, separation was set into motion – the Big Bang if you will, and everything started from there.”

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