What is this thing called ‘life’ all about? If it's all just an accident, a cosmic hiccup, where in some strange way matter became conscious, then Aristotle and Plato and Hume and Kant and all the great idea makers of humanity were just blowing in the wind. They would have been better off amassing great fortunes, consuming vast quantities of matter and making hordes of babies. Why bother with thinking other than as it pertains to the acquisition of food and the continuation of the species? Do we really live in a world where we are victims to disease, accidents and mayhem? The Blueprint of Reality tells us we are not.
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What is this profound meaning in us that CG Jung wrote about and all of us sense? Everybody likes to talk about it, but no one says what it is. Joseph Campbell says go ahead and play your game, but does not say what the game is. Matthew Fox says we are to co-create with God, but does not say how or what it is we are to create, and neither Jung nor Fox says what the rules of the game are. The Blueprint of Reality does, and asks you to loosen your grip on your current understanding of reality just enough to consider that we are here in this one of an infinite number of playgrounds simply for the experience and the expansion of consciousness. It provides a clear understanding of non-separation, of duality, of space and time, of energy, of consciousness and of who we are now. The Blueprint of Reality gets you to that understanding of who you really are.