Oneness is an interesting concept that we can never fully know until we experience it for ourselves. Can we ever fully experience this oneness, or are we always really forever infinitely separated away from ever being able to do so?
How can we experience this oneness, and what exactly is it? Does infinity exist as a part of oneness, or is infinity something else again?
My article will discuss how we as a created separation, being largely isolated initially away from the oneness can relate to a concept of the infinite, and how the infinite itself can never exist to the oneness of itself, or ever to God of himself.
It is only God’s creation that can picture the infinite because part of itself is being lost to the overall oneness for now. When we return to oneness, the infinite too will lose all further meaning to us then as well, and we will live in the same way as does God from only the infinite oneness of love.
A paradox to be sure, and which I will endeavour to explain further here.
Isolation is born from oneness to enable oneness to live in itself instead of from itself, in an infinite but countably infinite number of ways. This means creation can extend itself in infinite ways, but God in his oneness is able to still count and know each single one of these ways individually. This then is not a true definition of infinity.
We cannot ever know infinity, only God can. Only oneness can ever fully know its own self. As a part of oneness we can know our own part within oneness and act for the whole, but the bigger infinite picture of this oneness can only ever be seen from the oneness of God himself.
Oneness lives from itself always, but to live in itself it requires an isolated part of itself to vent the feelings that are separated out from love through a funnel of creation.
This serves initially to disperse or scatter its elements to infinite proportions in such a way that this dispersion then can see why it is ultimately only still remaining a part of oneness, and so to then know its own function within oneness as oneness, but in a way that can then add to oneness rather than just remaining a part of oneness.
Oneness is oneness and its parts show itself to itself in such a way that oneness becomes infinite, and the infinite then remains wholly infinite as well. The oneness expands itself infinitely even as the infinite realises its own oneness. In this way both aims are satisfied from one ending meeting the other, and still only just seeing itself.
Does infinity really exist, or is it an illusionary extension or projection from oneness in some way?
The infinite is never real because nothing real is infinite. Infinity is illusion because all is the same oneness.
Creation from oneness is never infinite because it remains part of oneness and all such parts are gathered from oneness, and not to just add up to infinity. Infinity does not add up to itself, but is only ever an illusionary way of seeing oneness from the created separated elements of this oneness.
Creation is never infinite, but is more only ever just a fixed proportional substantic viewing of God’s creation from purpose taking place in such a way that is registered to the oneness in certain countable acts, and not only ever just from any random infinite ramblings of anything within God’s entire creation just forever doing its own thing.
Infinity only comes about from randomness, and nothing is ever random. Infinity then never does exist. Infinity is only ever an illusionary projection being made from the isolation of certain elements of the oneness being condensed out from itself in a measured way and lasting only for a fixed and certain time period.
Creation is purposeful and countable and every act of creation is a measured input of God’s love being made into his creation. Love is infinite because it has no end, but in the end it is really only a oneness as well. Oneness is not infinite but it seems like an overall oneness infinitely spread.
Infinity never exists except for in description of itself.
It only in our denying nothing that we see everything. The infinite exists from denial only. When we deny nothing, all that we then ever see is oneness.
This is indeed true. When you deny something, you create something else then outside of the oneness. This of course remains an illusion, and is only a projected image of your denial onto the fabric of the one substance of oneness, and which is all that really only ever does exist or ever existed.
When you see all from only love, and as only love, you live in this oneness, and so you only then see this oneness that is within all things, and so that all of the other illusional infinite views then reside back again into this oneness. Everything being separated only from your own mind immediately then disappears, and fades away again, even as all of your created fears collapse back again into the oneness of only love.
Can infinity exist as a concept, or as an invented construct say in a field of knowledge such as mathematics for example?
Yes, infinity can exist as a theoretical aspect and as a conceived position, but in reality it can never be known or proven. Only the oneness can be felt and proven. This in fact then also proves the falseness of this idea of infinity.
Infinity is a constructed fullness which really only ever leads to an isolated emptiness. Any break away from the oneness becomes an infinite break away into infinite illusional stances until the truth is again seen, and enlightenment occurs when all disappears forever again into oneness.
The infinite never existed and neither did you, except for as a viewing platform for seeing the oneness from within itself in a multitude or countable, but not infinite number of ways.
God counts all and every each created soul separately, and nothing is ever lost within infinity. Infinity never exists for God. It only ever exists within his creation’s mind from isolated members of this creation not knowing sufficiently God’s oneness from the fullness of his perfect love.
The question still remains then where does an idea of infinity come from in a mortal being?
Is the idea of nothing the same as the idea of the infinite?
This can only mean that the oneness always exists despite either there being nothing created on the one hand, or on the other hand even if there is really an infinite creation.
Infinity rests on its own bed of nothing.
Nothing exists except the oneness rolling itself over into a new creation and then retreating to nothing over and over again. The only infiniteness that exists is this repeating cycle of nothing becoming infinite and then returning to nothing again. This very possibility of the infinite being able to return to nothing infers that the infinite is not really infinite, but that it recycles as nothing from a countable infinite progressionable knowing, and not from an unknown uncountable infiniteness at all.
God knows all, and only he knows how infinite is his cycle of seeming infiniteness. Only God can see an end in infinity. Only God can create nothing from oneness in an infinite way to be then something to his creation.
It is not infinite in the sense of going on forever, but only infinite in potential until God tires of the forwards movement, and allows it all to collapse again to nothing.
Infinity then is an illusion of God’s oneness expanding and contracting through his creation. Love is the infinite power source behind it all, but which is only infinitely powerful because it is being focussed through the oneness of God.
There is only God. All else manifests from God in infinite ways only to remain a part of himself in his own oneness. Infinity is created by dividing the oneness of God by nothing. This is also the mathematical explanation as well. One divided by zero is infinity.