The way I talk about it is, "The All is all." Meaning, The One — and there is an Infinite One — The One IS the Many. The Infinite One is The All being all.
Infinite means "not-finite." I used to think of infinite as 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1, you know, on and on, infinitely. Infinite would be + 1, never-ending. But "infinite" actually means "not finite," which is therefore formless. Infinity is like the sky. It is really there but it is formless. A cloud in the sky is a form, but the sky itself is formless. The One, the Infinite One, is really there but it is formless. It is the Conscious Context in which all the forms are appearing. The Infinite One is infinitely individuated. The One is the Many.
So, it seems like you and I are tiny specks in the middle of Infinity, insignificant. Whereas, actually, it is pretty much the opposite of that. You are not a tiny speck in the middle of Infinity. You are Infinity, peering out through one of its infinite individuations.
Freeform Playlist from class:
- Being With You ~ Bahramji & Mashti ~ Bahramji & Mashti
- Immortality ~ Gerald Jay Markoe ~ Meditation Music of Ancient Egypt
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Image Credit: & Copyright: "Eclipse at Moonrise - Image Credit & Copyright: Zhou Yannan - from NASA & with Arthur Klein interpretation"
Explanation: As the Moon rose and the Sun set on October 8, a lunar eclipse was in progress seen from Chongqing, China. Trailing through this composite time exposure, the rising Moon began as a dark reddened disk in total eclipse near the eastern horizon. Steadily climbing above the populous city's colorful lights along the Yangtze River, the moontrail grows brighter and broader, until a bright Full Moon emerged from the Earth's shadow in evening skies. Although lunar eclipses are not always total ones, this eclipse, along with last April's lunar eclipse, were the first two of four consecutive total lunar eclipses, a series known as a tetrad. The final two eclipses of this tetrad will occur in early April and late September 2015.