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“Freedom is a consequence of Peace.

Peace is a flawlessly balanced state or condition that exists between multiple entities or forces (aspects of Creation) that interact as mutually dependent components within a completed whole (Creation). The completed whole is balanced by the singular desire for a unified existence, and there is no opposition to that desire. Except for the behavior of the Human Species, Nature functions in a condition of absolute peace. The capacity to disrupt the peace within Creation is specific to the Human Being. Peace is not conceivable if one aspect of the Human Species rules over another. Peace is not plausible whenever Human Beings attempt to rule over Nature.

The Irreducible Primary
© Rob Taylor, 2011

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  1. “Peace is not conceivable if one aspect of the Human Species rules over another. Peace is not plausible whenever Human Beings attempt to rule over Nature.” This is beautiful, Rob. I love this post, and everyone else’s comments!

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  2. This is such a peaceful post, I almost hate interrupting it with my comment. I so admire the bloggers who write of this peace you so beautifully describe. It almost sounds like a cliche when I tell anyone that finding “it” is my ultimate goal. Especially since what I mostly write at this point is a regurgitation of toxins–with the belief that doing so will make it happen. And it has freed me up a lot (you shoulda seen before). Anyway–Thanks for a cool blog and on another note–your photos/images are amazing.

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    • Hi Mandy,

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts. The World community spends far too much time pursuing Peace. The Human Species still, after 10,000 some odd years, has not figured out that it is chasing the wrong strategy. Our focus should be to evolve our capacity to love. Peace is a naturally occurring phenomenon that actualizes through interactions governed by unconditional love.

      And….thanks so much on the photography comment. 😉

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  3. Dear Rob,
    Isn’t it great to be human, if only for a short time or experience? Spirits such as myself seem to very much need to disrupt the stillness or stagnation (there must be a more gentle word) of peace. I would feel restless and disrupt it all, without even trying. Perhaps the ideal of peace must necessarily remain an ideal that we (or some of us) only want to come close to, but not too close.
    But, I concede that you may see deeper into reality than I do, or am willing to.
    Jean

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    • Hi Jean,

      Thank you for the perspective. The fact is, we don’t have to extend any efforts to find Peace. Our efforts should be directed towards actualizing our capacity to love unconditionally. Peace is simply the effect. That is the purpose of being Human. Peace is not an environment of stagnation. We are talking about a level of existence that sustains through energy flows we have yet to understand. The attainment of Peace is one step of one degree into a new dimension of existence. No one will be bored.

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      • Dear Rob,
        I may never be able to understand what it means to love unconditionally or what it would look like in human relationships. I’m still working on compassion (I’m doing surprisingly well in that department) and in seeking to understand why we do what we do when we should know better, considering awareness of outcome when we know we are speeding into a wall. Spirit moves through walls but most of us haven’t learned that trick yet.
        Where you just a little nervous when you snapped that photo of a hawk moving at you as a target?
        Jean

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        • Hi Jean,

          No, not nervous….concentrating on the shot 😉

          As to your comments regarding spiritual movement, two primary rules are always in play: (1) do not focus on outcomes, and (2) seek only to observe and understand the actions of the self.

          In the absence of the force of unconditional love, compassion is only practiced conceptually, in the context of a desire or intent to do so. Compassion is not an action…..it is an aspect of love that generates a particular form of energy that influences all living beings.

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          • Rob, Much of what you say is beyond my simple intellect, but a precious gem jumped out – clear enough for even e to see – and then Spirit dropped an insight – perhaps compassion applied love, unconditional or otherwise. Over to you.
            Jean

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