Scientists happily point the pattern that nature seems to always provide us as proof of existence. But how is it that we form habits out of either repeated use for survival or necessity? Then change appears to be difficult because we don’t need to unless forced. And that, our smiling but always surprised scientists tell us is also an immutable pattern in life.
Nature Is A Series Of Patterns
Well, alright we have seen them for ourselves. The weather goes from hot to cold to hot as winter turns to summer and so on. Birds fly south for the winter and return in spring. All animals and trees go through that rebirth of energy in spring in the climates that support them. We see the greening, the birth of new life and the death that follows in order that life is reborn anew.
Then we go to school and we see the electrons encircling the nucleus and we compare that gleefully with the solar system’s planets going around the sun. We learn that high temperature melts metal and cooler ones harden them. Then we go further into physics and we find that high temperatures can also melt boil and evaporate metal as can be done to water. Really cold temperature freezes everything. In fact, water are crystal patterns in varying pretty forms like snowflakes.
Then scientists will come and bust our bubble and challenge our thinking some more. They have found the entire structure of our lives and nature itself is really one massive vibratory or energy mass. Scary isn’t it? We are basically all the same thing. It’s just that there must be something else like some cohesive intelligence holding us or those shapes as one.
Life Revolves Around Habits
They say life revolves and continues with changes. But before that, I prefer to say that first, life is a habit. If there is continual change, nothing will ever be created. We’ll all be a mass of what ifs that never grabs hold and forms something. In fact, we can’t even think before becoming something. Therefore, a universe without time or space will never form the lands, cars, brothers, children, toys, homes, planes, money and anything else we care to create.
Let’s face it we all love our habits. They are what give us our identity. For example wealthy Uncle Steve has his blue suits and drives his Jaguar to and from his huge mansion. That’s his daily habit that demonstrates his great wealth. In fact, his routine of mentally self boosting, exercises, consuming only the best or purest foods and having friends or family who support him daily are his wealth building habits. No need to change anything so enjoyable here is there?
Then we see poor old Joe on the street sporting a limp and selling pencils on the street corner every day in the city. He does this every day, sun or rain and hot or cold. That’s a life he has somehow chosen because he has not bothered to change his habits. Perhaps he’s lost his desire or that is his desire. Frankly, I really do not know unless I go and ask him.
Only when things no longer serve or when changes are wanted will new creation begin to happen. We then deliberately break patterns and reform new ones as a pattern of life and creation.