Humanly, it is difficult, if not impossible, to understand and realize that we are living the life of the infinite God. We look at our respective human lives, and we do not see a continuity of infinite good. What we see in our past is an alternating series of fluctuating good and bad (or evil) human experiences. We then fear more of the same in the future, perhaps even worse in a seemingly never-ending string of evil situations. The human life experience is certainly far from the infinite good of a perfect God.
But we know the nature of the human condition to be one of duality, not nondualistic oneness. It is the illusoriness of “this world” that we are witnessing and believing to be our personal experience of life. So, we take time to place our life experience “on hold” in a spiritually liberating process called MEDITATION. Here is the process in its simplest contemplative form.
We sit silently in the stillness of the present moment, immersed in the conscious awareness of God-presence as the only reality and presence there is. We lose ourselves to this awareness, as we let it fill us with the feeling of the deep abiding peace existing within us.
Basking in the healing comfort of that peace, we let go of whatever memories we have had of our past or the visions we may hold of the future. We stay anchored in the awareness of the One Presence of Infinite Good without beginning or end. We welcome into the present moment and embrace the awareness that this One Presence has been our past always, pervades the present exclusively, and will continue infinitely into the future beyond any measurement of time or space.
In that special moment when you can see all past, present and future only as the One Presence of Infinite God/Good, you will come to realize that the life you have and live . . . truly IS God-Life.