After years of work and sacrifice you finally step through the veil and with open eyes see the brilliance of divinity shining through all things.
You decide to not go out when your friend invites you, although you can’t say why. They tell you later you would have hated it.
You carefully pick up the insect that just bit you, and place it outside with an overwhelming sense of care and protection towards it.
You walk into the house and gaze calmly at the news on tv. A fatal shooting. A child playing in the street run over by a speeding car. Buy one get one free pizza commercial. Thousands dying in a genocidal holocaust. Stocks are up. Housing is down. You feel a wave of gratitude that everything is perfect.
You spontaneously get up and walk over to the side table, reach in and shuffle through the contents of a drawer, and pull out a book, barely conscious of the faint thought trailing through your mind (in fact the first thought you’ve had all day, and it’s 2:00 in the afternoon now) … ‘Why am I doing this?’ Your lover walks into the room and says. “Oh, thanks, I was looking for that.”
All is as it should be.
Perfect bliss, all is right with the world.
Three weeks later you become human again.
The end is the beginning.
In the state of divine acceptance there is nothing to do. There is no one to do it anyway. Anytime there is a sense of self, it disappears in a Complete and total surrender to the divine, resulting in perfect guidance. No need to make choices. No worries or cares.
Pain and suffering do not exist, at least for you. They serve a purpose in the plan. There is nothing wrong, and never could be. It does not matter what you do or don’t do, what you say or don’t say.
Then you become human again.
Am I willing to see my friends and family suffer? Is there no one to stand for justice in this world? Is there no one to heal the sick, and comfort the grieving? Am I really ok with having everything I need, but not everything that I really want? Am I content to enjoy my life by alternating between amusing entertainments for distraction, and sitting in the bliss of divine acceptance?
From my experience upon reflection on this path. The initial suffering. The following years of discipline and personal sacrifice. Finally to realize that all of it was simply a way to clear the mind and perception to a degree that I could finally see that nothing need be done. All is well. It could not be otherwise. All knowledge is a mind made fabrication. There truly is nothing other than awareness here and now.
The end is the beginning.
I now choose to make this world a better place for the people in it, in a way they as people, can appreciate. To do this I must elevate myself to a position of power, to make changes as I see fit.
The Right Hand has opened the door for the Left Hand.