Daily Dose for the Soul

Life is Eternal

We all live on a stage where many infinities gather. Just take a look outside tonight and contemplate the infinity of space. There are stars so distant from you that they’re measured in the distance that might travels in an Earthly year. Beyond those stars that you can see are endless galaxies that stretch out into something we call eternity. Indeed, the space that you occupy is infinite. Its vastness is too huge for us to see. We’re in an infinite, never ending, never beginning universe.

If life is infinite, then this is not life. We can see this in everything that we scrupulously observe. Therefore, we must conclude that life, in terms of our body and all of its achievements and possessions, which without exception begins and ends in dust, isn’t life itself. Grasping life’s true essence could radically change your life for the better. This is an enormous inner shift that eliminates the fear of death and connects you permanently to the infinite Sources of Creation that intends everything from the world of infinite Spirit, into a finite world. Learn to be comfortable with the concept of infinity, and see yourself as an infinite being.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.

13 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful! The idea of being eternal is when you overcome the fear of death. ❤️❤️

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    1. GS says:

      Yes indeed. We are not body, but Spirit

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  2. Lovely.. realising this is a very liberating feeling. Our mortal form is a part of this infinite universe whether we are alive or dead. So, we never really leave this universe. We continue to live as one eternally.

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    1. GS says:

      Right Gopika. The Scripture teaches that death is not the end of existence. The Bible says that the spirit, or soul, of humans will exist forever.

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  3. DiosRaw says:

    Wonderful. ❤

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  4. JulieM says:

    Love this. So true

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you agree Julie.

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  5. Even in our meager, finite life, we can experience the infinite images of Creation.

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    1. GS says:

      We can indeed

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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  6. ascott4321 says:

    Wow. Absolutely breathtaking I’m obsessed with this post!

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    1. GS says:

      It helps to recognize ourselves as part of a great cycle and find comfort in the fact that everyone else must go through the same thresholds: conception, birth and death.

      Near-death researcher Norman Van Rooy once said, “Like the child being born, we have no choice but to yield ourselves to the unknown.” You can choose to view your body and your contribution to this world as an honor. We have had the privilege of living; so, let’s be grateful and accept death when it eventually comes.

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