Order tends to occur somewhere in the midpoint of the beholder’s mind – either side of this, there can be a tendency to see chaos. The circumscribed mind often cannot fathom the order that exists in what it perceives as chaos. But in chaos there may in fact be a more complex, higher degree of organisation, symmetry or sequence than what is at first perceived. Order is therefore relative to the perspective of the beholder’s view. Often the larger the perspective, the more that order tends to be beheld. For example, when we view the night sky, we see and feel an impressive order, though the stars are apparently (from an earth dweller’s perspective) held in a chaotic pattern. However, intuitively we are aware from the observer soul’s point of view, of a larger cosmic order.
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We may be losing authenticity and personal freedom, rather than gaining an ordered life, if our routines, thoughts, speech or actions become overly habitual.Short Contemplations, Solutions