June 12, 2018

If you try to relate to Existence by looking only at what has been created, you leave out the “intelligence of the architect.”

There are two universes, and there is a relationship between them. The observable includes everything our sense organs can communicate to us. The realizable universe can’t be observed—only realized. Anything that has actual meaning is realizable. What is the reality of yourself? It’s not what you observe—it’s only what you can realize. Understanding can’t be observed. But you can realize it. You can’t observe truth, but you can realize it. You can’t observe meaning, but you can realize it. If we look for both the observable and realizable aspects of phenomena, we may enter into their essential meaning. The purpose of relationships is to bring us to understanding the observable and realizable aspects of Existence.