ANSWER by Mr P: “To hold an idea or concept in place, we must value the integrity of the answer to questions we might pose. By this I mean, if a concept cannot run through all answers to questions, then it cannot be a viable concept.
The running of a concept within our thought patterns is different from a belief. I might believe that airplanes are a safe mode of transport, but in the future event of sudden catastrophe, I might change my mind. My belief alters. But with a concept, beliefs don’t change. The concept of planes potentially falling out of the sky remains, whatever my current belief about such a possibility.
As we acquire beliefs – and it is possible, desirable even, to withhold the adopting of any beliefs – we open ourselves to fluctuation and ‘unsettlement’. The thought patterns such rotations of mind have to consider – as each belief is subconsciously weighed against differing experiences and outcomes – tires the body. If caution is not exercised, one can become ruled by one’s beliefs. When we consider the transitional nature of such, it raises – undoubtedly – questions to the suitability of beliefs.
But concepts capture the imagination of man – of the potential to become part of one’s existence – to partake in the nature of reality. Concepts – such as the regularity of night and day, the seasons, the expression of sexuality or movement perhaps – are foundational to inquisitive growth. The concept of language – of a means to communicate – often neglected in the hurry to spread one’s beliefs. But in any conversation, surely the desire to communicate?
A return to concepts, to appreciating the value of foundational matters is drawing the planet’s inhabitants towards a seeking of light; of peace and harmony. A rising of the masses to above the trappings of beliefs. And within this rise, within the desire to raise one’s awareness and connection to Source, to one’s truth, lies the ‘concept’ of Randomness.
In 2015 I gave Delilah a description of Randomness – a paragraph to explain, in simple terms, how this concept might be described. It goes some way to explaining, but lacks the inclusion of connection – of one’s unique experience of Randomness.
The introduction of a thought or element of awareness (conscious or sub-conscious) which ‘sparks’ activity into form. Randomness is the ‘between’ the formless and form – the binding agent which brings together aspects of the formless, thus creating worlds.
The ‘thought’ of Randomness, in its awareness, opens one to the sea of possibilities, making one an agent for change and an agent for the divine within. In what we see, we experience. This is so.
4th November 2015 at 13.20pm”
Randomness is a concept to underpin and, crucially, include each person into the fabric of life; of awareness. It is the field of synchronicity; of connective thought and action; and, no matter one’s religious beliefs, of one’s connection to the divine – both within and without. Mostly though, Randomness is practical and fun to observe. For the more one notices, the more one experiences.
Randomness – the field – encourages well-being. It supports health, wealth and the healing nature of life. It guides and in its unconditionality, it breathes life into all.
I urge you to notice it – for in the awareness of the spark one realises nothing is random at all. Yet all is possible.”