Battle of Armageddon – What do you believe?

And what I’ve come to believe is that what we call the Battle of Armageddon is not at the end, for there is no end or beginning, just infinity and eternity.  The Battle of Armageddon, more philosophically, is all throughout the journey of living in this world of duality.  It is the silent struggle of either listening to our ego mind or that soft voice within.  But I don’t like to think of it as a battle, for both are necessary to have this experience of being human.  The ego is symbolic of the darkness because it is blind to the truth, and the inner voice is the light leading us on the path.  The two are interwoven in this fabric of physicality. Sometimes we may need the ego to deal with life situations while living in this dichotomy of being human.  But in all cases, our inner voice is the one that, when listened to, will guide us to our destiny.  Knowing and understanding ourselves and how we truly operate is the key to loving ourselves.  And loving ourselves is necessary before we can truly love another or attract one other into our life where the love is exchanged equally—body, mind, and soul.

It was important many years ago, with the discovery of Newton’s laws of motion and their relation to gravity, that we understand the laws governing matter in order to cooperate with nature and to better mankind.  It is just as important now, that we must try to understand the laws of the non-physical universe and apply them in our life every day.  From a layman’s perspective, the most profound impact that the theory of quantum physics may have on the world, when we fully understand the concept, is giving us, as humans, the ability to see ourselves in our daily interactions with others.  I sincerely believe this is what can help lift the illusion our ego strives to understand and conquer or accept.  It will not only help us to look at ourselves through observant eyes but also out into the world with insightful eyes.  It can also help us to focus on what we want or need to change on an individual level.  Understanding how this works on a more scientific level can make it more believable for some.

About lovepromised

Kent Smith Adams is the founder of Universal Life Strings LLC. ULS is an organization that promotes the understanding of death as a part of life, and brings a higher level of awareness where life and the afterlife meet. Kent is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® ; her passions have led her on a lifelong study of metaphysics and more recently, theoretical science. A NASA contractor for 24 years, Kent now works as an Operational Psychology Coordinator in the human spaceflight operations program, supporting astronauts and their families. She lives in Houston, TX.
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