true communion with possibilities

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There is always nothing within every something, there is silence within every sound, there is calm within every storm, there is zero within everything . . . and when you add zero to any thing, it does not change a thing . . . not even slightly. At the same time, according to the rules of quantum mechanics, anything that is going to be, has to already exist; everything must be everywhere in order for anything to exist anywhere. This set of riddles is known as space-time and when Einstein worked with this principle he said, "Today's imagination is tomorrow's reality." Wisdom-keepers teach that before the sunrise of every day, there's an opportunity to establish your imagination for the day's reality. This is before anything else comes into your mind and before the time-waves of the day begin to stir up the waters of your life . . . a time of true communion with possibilities. Masters and wisdom-keepers through the ages referred to this as the 'amrit vela' the 'ambrosial hours' -- where the sounds of wordlessness comprehend the images in the silence . . . the intersection of reality and destiny -- where the prophets, angels, guides, and your own higher-self dwell. This is an arena of magic on the other half of this universe from logic. If we dominate our collective life with only logic, we are not allowing what could possibly be imagined -- to be experienced . . . we are only reopening what has already existed to repeat itself endlessly like some groundhog-day möbius strip. Our prayer is that you take advantage of this imaginary advantage (the future reality); every morning before the rise of the sun, imagine whatever you envision your world can become and then expect these opportunities to arrive with the sun . . . if not today, some day; if not here, somewhere; if not exactly this way, somehow . . . they're definitely on their way and you'll be here when they arrive -- for sure.