The Simplicity Behind the Design of the Temple of Rejuvenation

Observing the TOR it is often thought by some that this is too simple a thing to do what it purports to do.  How could it heal me? It’s just a big conical thing sitting there. It is not connected to a physical power source of any kind. No one is operating it. It does not even have an entrance!  So let us consider the idea of true simplicity. Here is a brief transcript of a recent Bashar talk that may shed some light:

“Go for the obvious. It is that simple…. be aware that your physical mind is translating that into a metaphor. Often times when we say It-Is-that-simple, humans think we mean it is that easy. It is easy, but what we literally mean is —creation is that simple! It is just one thing!

It is as simple as it possibly can be. Out of that simplicity comes all of the rich complexity, but the rich complexity doesn’t mean that the universe is complicated! It just means that the simpleness is interacting with itself in a very rich, reflective manner. Fundamentally all of that richness is simply stemming from one simple thing. So let it be simple in all your endeavors because –it is that simple.”

One thought on “The Simplicity Behind the Design of the Temple of Rejuvenation

  1. Mark, Thanks for sharing. Are we going to see you at Cloudwalk tonight? Linda

    On Sun, Jan 14, 2018 at 11:07 AM, Temple of Rejuvenation wrote:

    > Mark Wonner posted: “Observing the TOR it is often thought by some that > this is too simple a thing to do what it purports to do. How could it heal > me? It’s just a big conical thing sitting there. It is not connected to a > physical power source of any kind. No one is operating” >

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