Everybody's talking. About how we all connect together and what we're supposed to be doing about it with all the negativity flying around the world and in the middle of all that, the sky is dark at night. This is a paradox, Olber's paradox; there's a lot of dark stopping all those stars from filling the sky with light as they proliferate endlessly in the expansion of the universe. But the paradox was thought up when a static universe was the only model available. Now the Universe is expanding, and we know it.
We're overdue for a polar shift, they say, with all signs pointing to an event any time soon. If the poles reverse, we're set to head into unknown territory for the first time in 780,000 years , so here goes.... wherever we are in the process, the earth and sun might be making their minds up but we have no say in the matter, so whatever we're doing, we've got to keep doing it fast to keep up. The Schumann resonance may not be rising after all, but we're still in the process of evolving.
Some relationships force us into honesty by virtue of what they are. If the energy they carry is true, the truth can hurt as much as heal. Proving the reality of communication on the quantum level, some kinds of close contact involve non-local, personal events, expanding our comprehension of how we're all connected. And they force you to question reality. The honesty then produced in the Self, which can't be denied because another Self is reflecting, reveals truth layer on layer, to the point of Singularity at the centre of Self. The point where physics as we know it breaks down. In black holes, the singularity is far beyond the event horizon, further than comprehension will allow. All a scientist can tell us about is the spaghettification process, where you're drawn out forever into a long thin strand of Self until you touch the Singularity and go Plop into the domain beyond which science cannot venture. There, energy and matter and information (importantly) gets sucked into No-Man's-Land, and what happens to it then is anybody's guess. But whatever it is, it happens, and honesty brings us in similar ways to similar points of contact within ourselves.
Scanning personal history for evidence of abandonment, abuse, and other components known to cause problems with emotional management, it seems I have problems in trusting people close to me. While my childhood was free from the most savage forms of direct assault, it wasn't apple-pie, either. There are reasons in there for my processing and responding as I do. We all have these reasons, and we all have relationships with people inviting questions of trust with variable answers.
Timing is everything, swinging as we do from one mindset to the next. We trust, then we don't, then we trust again, letting go and holding on. All the while investigating ourselves and each other with increasingly advanced tools at our disposal. Dimensions (lots of them) have been proven - they cause a few headaches but they are there nevertheless, while synchronicity slips in and out of the realities between our realities that make things make sense to us if we let them, because we can, and when we let go it can be easier than we thought it would be. Trust is only for you - it's what you so do with it, wherever it's placed at any point in spacetime, that causes it to create a current between Beauty and Truth.
Sincerity, also, seems centred in Self, where there's no-one else to judge it unless they choose to, and only then from their own viewpoint through the prism of self-reflection. Even the most die-hard liar has to think deeply with sincerity, no matter what they are doing. Forgiveness, too, is a product of honesty; you can't genuinely forgive unless you find it in your heart. An important commodity, is forgiveness, proven to earn a gaining of ground in so many respects. So it comes back to trust, back to the Singularity, wherein that leap of faith might not hurt so much after all.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.