An Example of ‘Openness’ in Real Life
These two images illustrate from
left to right: an early idea of suffering and fulfillment, and a new way
of living in a fulfilled manner in all times.
The first image
shows a broken heart that has been 'opened' and from which a flower
grows and sparks of light jump out to join the universe. It is held in
a hand represented by the fingers at the bottom. The experiences in our
lives that break our hearts my also be the ones by which our hearts are
opened. The pain we experience results in enlightenment, represented by
the rainbow. The process is in our hands;
it is our
attitude and willingness that determine the outcomes.
The second image
is the figure eight, representing infinity with lots of hearts raining
down upon it.
The figure eight is what Robert saw before it formed in the fields. To
me, given the whole process by which Robert receives his information,
this might represent the new way of being that results in a constant
openness that does not require pain or suffering for enlightenment. The
effect on human living would be that we would be leading our lives as
'fulfillment in action', not having to suffer 'lessons' in order to grow
Can you imagine
that? Another mystery unfolding within us!
This comment is
part of my latest blog, but since I thought it is quite important, I’m
sending it in as a comment as well. I compare the characteristics of the
UK crop circles to those of Robert on the blog.
Thank you to
Ronald Stikking for his photo that I used to make the above image.