Bullion Grey

Rookie - 83 Points (12/28/1960 / Earth)

Thinking & Looking - Poem by Bullion Grey

Thinking & looking into many probabilities

I concentrate and work to look at myself as a sacred creative spirit. I am by Mystery an extremely creative person. Makes me wonder how many ways there are to exist.

If there are many ways to exist, how can each way be tested? What is the criteria to use to determine if a proposed way has brilliance or use?
Does the gift one has bring clues to what they are here to do?

It is useful to assume our intuitions are growing more perceptive and long seeing. To think we will have a thought we never thought before. This being followed by picking consciously thoughts I want to have. (BTW: assuming we'd recognize the thought as being one of our chosen thoughts)

All of which would be helpful determining the way one might choose to be. Especially if your Imagination is becoming ever more luminescent.

People say 'dream big'. Why? Why not dream open? Open for whatever good & useful shows up? A way to do that maybe to create a direction, visible - moving toward Awakening. A direction for a fuller expression and higher ideas.

After all it has been said by mystics and sages that ideas are 'alive' with their own originality, personality. It stands to reason the right ideas will make themselves known, even introducing themselves to us!

Aware through Imagination, Intuition, toward Creation & Cooperation and Collaboration, (instead of competition) , Inclusion (instead of exclusion) .

Spirit & Science,
Art & Logic..... I Am

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 6, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, July 18, 2013

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