Chaotic water swills in the present, but what effect will it have?
How far will the effects reach?
How does it affect You now?
Sometimes our lives can be a bit chaotic! Maybe a bit more than we would like to admit. And, though we may not know the deep reason for the chaos, there is some rhyme and reason to it.
Karma of the beating of a butterfly’s wings
Chaos is natural element in nature like air turbulence, the weather, and even our mental states. It’s like the beating of a butterfly’s wings.
The butterfly wings beat the air and the effects may be felt as a hurricane later somewhere across the world. We don’t know if that’s true, but the butterfly wings beats definitely cause a real effect.
The same is true of every thought we have, every emotion, every behavior. We stir things up, creating chaos.
The nature of chaos is complex, yet through some understanding we can better prepare ourselves in the moment. Even though time appears to be linear, our life is nonlinear. The present moment is interconnected to the past and future. Still our body is only in the present moment, so synchronizing mind with body consciously sets us up for opportunities to create a harmonious and happy life. By being conscious in the moment we can avoid those elements that may be detrimental to our well-being and attract those that are beneficial.
It’s full of surprises and unexpected situations.
The beauty of an unexpected life
Yet, the idea of the unexpected in our life can be beautiful and even help us organize our life. It can help simplify our life.
Knowing that life is fractal and can be chaotic gives us some insights, and opens a door to deeper understanding with compassion for ourselves. We may not consciously know the effects of what we are doing this very moment. Yet, when we do the right thing, that is we are living our authentic power with intelligence, truth and love, then we will draw a ‘like’ effect because of the Universal Law of Cause and Effect and Law of Attraction which are uncompromising. The effects can be much more far reaching than we may ever know.
Far reaching effects of pay it forward
What we may consider an inconsequential thought or behavior may lead to major effect. It’s a pay it forward type of thing. What we do now, this very moment, may have far reaching effects around the world sooner or later. We are all connected to each other and to the Universal Laws that work in-conjunction. What we think this very moment may nudge someone else to open their heart or mind, and it spreads to those around them, then to their community and eventually it may spread around the world. That’s power!
So our opportunity as a soul is to BE. To BE and radiate in our thoughts, feelings and behaviors – enthusiasm, intelligence, truth and most of all Love. This is our authentic power as a soul and it is that much more powerful because of being one with All Spirit.
We have the greatest asset we can ever have – the help of the Great Principle. We can Trust that when we do the right thing in this moment, the most wise and tender hearted, then the Universal Laws work out the effect harmoniously!
Teachings of the fractal nature of our world
And if there is anything that chaos teaches us it is – to expect the unexpected! It teaches us to live in the moment fully and to be mindful. To be grateful for now. To be grateful that we don’t know what’s next, otherwise there would be nothing to look forward to! There would be no adventure.
Life is an adventure. Life is fractal. It’s simple! There is some rhyme and reason even in chaos.
In the hope You find Love close at hand, Portia SLB
Consider this quote to reflect upon:
“The Great Principle is the One Point. There is nothing more simple than a point. At the same time the Great Principle is a Sphere. There is nothing more perfect, complete, and at the same time more simple than a sphere. It is perfection in absolute simplicity.”
Eugene Fersen, Science of Being, page 22.
2 thoughts on “Fractal Nature of our World”
Thanks for stopping by at my blog 🙂 I like this post a lot – it’s so true that we don’t know how powerful the effect of a seemingly insignificant action can be. I like your way of seeing this as a further source of compassion for ourselves too. Thank you for sharing 🙂 x
Beautifully put! So True! Grateful for the unexpected!