A 'Happened' Story | Part III
A test of Signal over Noise
To recap — We’re trying something a little different for the next few weeks, using fiction to convey an idea we covered in a previous post. For context, see: ‘Happening or Happened?’
The madness of your dilemma arises in the ‘why’ — why isn’t anything changing? What could you be doing wrong?
The whole charade is less than worth the wasted time at this point. In a final act of defiance, you travel back to rid yourself of the burden where you though you had an opportunity such as the one you’ve failed to manifest. It too, however is a failure.
You may interrupt yourself from the hand-off, take the remote from it’s perch in the trash before ‘you’ have the chance, but it’s no use. Every effort ends in failure. It’s at this point that the present mistake in your initial belief is painfully clear. You’re failing to alter your own experience because there is only one point in time you have the conscious capability to experience, and that’s the present. Were you to be successful in your en-devour, you’d cease to exist, but it’s because you do exist that you fail.
Time is a constant. Reality is an array of those constants but this remote does not allow you to change reality, only position in time, therefore as you take action in different positions, reality is correcting for your interference by keeping you in your constant corner.
The present is the point of power, the only place to take an action of substantial value for your trajectory is right now.
A lingering thought in your mind however is what was the catalyst of the journey you’ve gone on? Was it you on a different trajectory? Or someone else entirely?
After a beat of thought the idea ceases to entertain, it no longer matters. This journey you’re on isn’t looping, it’s happened and you are happening inside of that static painting. Make light while you can.