Last week there was lots of wind! And someone told me that a nest had fallen from a tree. So I went and looked at it. I have put it back in the tree so the bird could still use it. The person told me that it served for nothing because the bird would not return. Well the bird has returned and made some eggs but the nest has fallen down again.
So what is the meaning in this?
It was meant to fall down?The good action that I have done has served it's purpose and it proved to the other person that what was said was wrong?And it told me that next time I need to make the nest more strong so it does not fall?
What do you think about this?
I know this doesnt sound very spiritual but i must agree with your last comment.
Make the nest more secure!
Im a firm believer that spirit acts on matter,this world does exist and some unbelievably strong force must have reached out from spirit and created matter and then moulded that same matter.
However i have noticed in my time on this earth that matter also acts on matter.If you had secured the nest better the physical laws of this created universe would have saved the nest from its fall.
I do differ from some on this site who believe that we create " ALL " of our own reality.I believe we create some,but i believe we are still subject to a certain extent by natural laws and sometimes the will and belief of others. Perhaps our realities,and the birds reality were affected by a mixture of these factors.
Its not a view held by all,but there it is.
Your life may well be subject to many spiritual laws and forces. But its also subject to some physical ones too.
Gravity took the nest in the end after all. Monty
answered 02 May '11, 10:31
everything has meaning, from a small (or what you BELIEVE is small) gesture like replacing a nest. or moving you and yor family to a whole other country, it is all for a reason and it all serves a pourpose. The inner/higger self alwasy gives yuo signals so that you can have these little hints.
love n light,
answered 02 May '11, 20:04
TReb Bor yit-NE
This reminds me of a story. Something like this...
A woman who was having trouble at home with her husband was a woman of faith and very involved with the local church. One day whilst talking with Pastor Jim, she confided in him her problem. The Pastor then told her to call Father Tim for he could help her. He was known for doing a good job mending broken marriages.
The woman called the next day only to hear he was not in. She tried again in the morning but he was giving service. She waited 2 days and tried later in the evening to try to catch him but this time he was out running bingo. So flustered the next day she called Pastor Jim. "Pastor, Pastor, I have tried to call Father Tim many days at different times and I cannot reach him." "Maybe this is a sign that I need to look inside myself for the answer."
The Pastor responded...
"Maybe this is a sign that he is just not home."
The moral of this story is that sometimes we look at events as if they have some underlying meaning or reason. Like the woman who thought that the priest not being available to her had some deeper meaning when in all actuality there is NO hidden meaning in him not being available.
He just was not available.
We sometimes look past the obvious for answers.
These excerpts may help.
You do not understand or percieve the ways in which your reality contributes to the foundation of the mass-world reality that you experience. Unconsciously, each individual particiates in forming the world.
You are biologically and psychological predisposed to contribute on all levels to the fullfilment of your species - but more than this, to add your own unique viewpoint and experience to rhe greater patterns of consciousness of which you are part.
The job of trying to make the world better seems impossible, for it appears that you have no power, and any small private beneficial actions that you can take seem so puny in contrast to this generalized ideal that you dismiss them sardonically, and so you do not try to use your power constructively.
There is nothing more stimulating, more worthy of actualization, than the desire to change the world for the better. That is indeed each person's mission. You begin by working in that area of activity that is your own unique one, with your own life and activities. You begin in the corner of an office, or on the assembly line, or in the advertising agency, or in the kitchen. You begin where you are…When you fulfill your own abilities, when you express your personal idealism through acting it out to the best of your ability in your daily life, then you are changing the world for the better.
Source:The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book)
answered 15 Jul '12, 12:06
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