Recommendation – How to read the words in the New Dictionary:
A word is a vessel through which essence, energy passes. The word is never the thing itself.
What is the real “thing”? It is good to answer this question in silence.
Therefore the invitation to this dictionary is “tricky”; it seems like it tries to replace one “definition” with another “definition” but it does not. This dictionary is an opportunity to look at a word from a different perspective than we are used to. And ask what is the essence of this word, coming from the mystery? From nature? From the inconceivable knowing that everything is one, everything is motion and I am a part of it?
From here you will find that the new “definition” sometimes sounds poetic or even irritating to the mind, because it cannot understand it. It’s OK. Let the words be a tool and listen to the energy that passes through them. That’s exactly what we came here to do.
Coming out of the knowing that everything is connected and everything is in motion:
There is no predetermined “need” or “must”. There is no bad that is the opposite of good.
Good is seeing thing as they are, in their eternal nature – a nature that cannot be undone or damaged, that cannot be changed.
The biblical verse “see that it is good” means knowing truth and agreeing to recognize it in whomever I meet and whatever emerges from it. “See that it is good” does not mean that everything has an order. It means that I see things as they truly are. That I am home, that there is nowhere to go or return from.
This is how it was at the beginning.
This is how it is now.
And this is how it will always be.
The reality created: I will feel secure when I agree to truly be. When I agree to be myself, completely, in everything I do. In everything I do. In every encounter. Relationships will stop being driven by fear, necessity or habit, and instead will be guided by truth, beauty and the wisdom and strength that I see in every person and everything that I meet. The result will be joyfulness.
“If I don’t restrain myself, it will not end well.”
We got used to thinking that
Good is what protects us, what allows us to get what we want. Good shows us what we want to see, what reinforces the picture we have in our heads of how things are meant to look, who and what we are supposed to be. Good is the opposite of bad, and therefore we are afraid even when things are good. We all know that the dial is constantly turning and that even if in this moment I am feeling blessed, in the next moment the dice will roll and things will change, and I might find myself at the bottom of the ladder, in chaos, in the underworld.
The reality created: We don’t stop to ask: Is this true? Is there really a picture like this? Who made it? Who gave that person the right to decide? Why don’t we fix it? The culture created from this understanding of good relies on fear of life, on the desire to shackle it and subject it to the dictatorship of invented rules and forced limitations. This kind of culture encourages non-thinking and is scared of independence, discovery and true exploration. It is the reality that rewards not being.