What is creation?

May 28


Stacey T Pollock

Stacey T Pollock

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A conceptual approach to viewing creation.


Everyone at some stage in their life questions why they exist and the meaning of all that is.  We come up with various theories in our continuous search for truth to find a perfect model that stands the test of time.  The creation theories we hold on to tend to rely heavily on individual belief structures and value systems.   Any amount of difference in approach can lead to undecided reasoning.  Creation and belief are thus two different things.   One approach is what we want to believe and the other what is factually understood through our physical perception.  What then creates a perfect model for creation if facts cannot be accurately determined so readily and when belief is choice based?


In order to create a perfect model of creation one would first have to look at what position they find themselves in.  That means what framework to start from.  Which obviously in our current position that is from our human physical body and mind.  We know certain facts about our world already that seem very solid in our mind.  We know that we have a physical body that we utilize certain physical senses in order to interact with the world around us.  We also know that this physical body does not stay the same and eventually will die and regenerate back into the earth.  One other very important thing that we know is that there is another component of ourselves that is not linked to the human body as such but has a world totally of its own. 


This place I refer to is the mind,What is creation? Articles a place where we reason all that we do daily, where we determine ourselves as physically existing.  What is this place the mind?  The mind is something that we cannot fully put our fingers on, or determine in any physical sense.  It is not the brain, or any other physical component but a separate living reality that formulates reasoning in the world around us. 


If creation were to be reasoned in any way it would have to hold true to these two readily available confirmations that we continually face daily, physicality and the mind, hold the framework of our existence.  These two factors, the mind and the physical, are here and as much as we might at times imagine them to not exist they still remain. 


When looking at already evaluated theories of creation it is obvious to see the links between these two major factors of the mind and the physical.  Most of the common theories base creation on a line that links mostly with the creative mind, ordering creation in a basis of story and a father or mother.  Or some higher being that created all.  This concept comes purely from the mind approach at viewing creation and formulates itself based very much on choice of belief and how we wish to utilize this within our ordered daily lives.  The other sort of theory is based purely on the physical, concentrating on how form is developed and produced, but avoids often the understanding of what comes from deep within all, our consciousness and our mind.


These two theory models are always in conflict with each other.  One wants to be emotional, creative and have more reason for its basis than just to say we are a physical body.  The other sees life more practical and thinks that theories that over exaggerate the creative can lead away from factual physically proven evidence.  Which of these theories is right or wrong?


The interesting thing about all of these theories is that neither is right or wrong, but in all essence both are right and wrong.  When it comes to creation it is ‘both’ the mind and the physical that brings all into a whole, not one or the other.  However it is choice that decides in the end what viewpoint we wish to see from and we choose to take a side rather than to value creation from a conceptual viewpoint that holds foundational truth at its core.


We forget when we come here that we were born without knowledge.  The knowledge that we carry with us through life is but what we derive from others as we are growing up.  We form rules and guidelines in life to suit a lifestyle that we wish to live by.  It is logical to formulate life on certain rules for the fact that without it life may not even have existed.  If we did not all have a will to survive and a drive to move on we would all have killed or perhaps have been destroyed long ago.  So rules around death in our world are there for the longivity of our human creation.


It is highly understandable and practical the rules so far that are created in the world and why certain viewpoints have been adopted.  We adopt ideas of hope and future in order to see that there is a unique reasoning behind why we exist.  Most of this reasoning involves waiting for a big event to occur, whether that is the next coming of a great man, or people from outer space, or the coming of great awareness in technology.  We utilize this waiting for a great event as our very reason for daily life and the activities we do.  We are just filling in time until we achieve greater things. 


The will to achieve and the desire to exist are the biggest reasons for our existence and are the main factors to understanding how all was originally created.  Everything can be easily understood just by following in study into the effect from the cause of all.  ‘Why’ is but another thing though, and is based on a unique perspective within our own individual minds created out from a linking core. 


It is through questioning why within the mind and the non-material world that we question reality and why?  The material world accepts already its place and its construction components.  It is only the mind that wants more and to view creation for reaching a goal that allows creation to exist.  How would we then understand creation, and finally eliminate confusion?


If we all want to know the reason for creation would it then not be logical to look first at ‘how’ before then ‘choosing’ a reason that suits our own individual goals and desires.  Understanding the formation of creation is easy, but to find a reason is one of the most difficult undecided parts of all.  Firstly it is important to have a basis and an understanding for all that is in life, a logical but definable creation theory that holds to its foundation without ever being questioned.  Then will we be a step closer to reasoning the purpose if we have a foundation that is solid to hold up any creative viewpoint that wishes to be acknowledged.  Only then can the creative part of creation be accepted and allowed.  It is only when the facts become known without ever being questioned, that then the foundation is real truth.


What does this mean for us now as humans?  The fact that we have not yet found a common ground means that truth has not yet been truly founded.  How we reach that common ground depends on all as a whole and our choice to accept life together or continue to follow on a basis of separation.  The wonderful thing of it all is that it is choice based and only becomes relevant if we decide that it is best for us as a whole. 


Creation is then our choice, whether it holds strong at its core or not, we are the deciding factor of the fate for understanding the true reason why we exist.   We can know about creation through our minds, it is in our very reach, if we wish to see it for its true purpose, it will then be understood.  It is all just a stepping stone away….

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