We exist to experience existence in any way we choose. We are invaluable to existence because only we can experience existence through each of our unique perspectives. We are infinitely invaluable because without us existence wouldn’t be infinite. Because we are so invaluable, we each have complete and utter free will to create our experience of life. We are so invaluable that we are supported unconditionally by all of existence in all of our choices, and this is paradoxically true for each of us.
Because of the fact we are supported unconditionally and because we have free will, we are also inviolate, and so all parts of our experiences have been chosen by us on some level. We cannot be victimized unless we agree to create the illusion of victimization through our beliefs about the nature of ourselves and the nature of reality. The universe, creation, life, or whatever we want to call it, doesn’t have its own agenda for us and has no say in our choice of experience. This is because it is unconditionally loving of itself and so sees any choice we make as equal and valid. Existence allows all aspects of itself to be expressed, whether those aspects are positive or negative. That’s what makes it infinite. If it denied certain aspects of itself to us or to anyone else, by restricting the ability to choose freely, it would be lopsided and unbalanced, and would collapse in on itself.
This undying ability to make choices is also what makes us infinite and limitless. Now, I know you may be thinking that you haven’t experienced this infiniteness at all, but that’s because you and the rest of us have believed in our limitations so fully and without question. We believe the universe is one that limits us and so we experience it as such, because that limiting universe is a valid and equal experience in existence. However, it is our belief that causes the experience. The limitation is not inherent in the universe. Remember: existence, the universe or whatever we want to call it is balanced and is thus limitless. This means all of our perceived limitations are actually self-imposed.
But, why would we impose these limitations on ourselves in the first place? The short answer is because we can. The longer answer is that we chose the illusion of our limitations in order to experience existence in a certain way. And we wanted to experience existence in this way just because we were excited about it. There is no other reason for it, nor does there need to be any other reason for it.
This experience is what we have come to know as “life as a human” and it is just as beautiful an experience as any in existence, even though we may not currently think so, judging from how many people look to get to heaven or nirvana or whatever. We usually tend to think of any limitation as “bad”, but there is a hidden beauty in it. The thing is, each of us will always choose some form of limitation in order to focus on certain experiences within existence. Without limitation there would be no ability to focus. We would be limitless and infinite beings without even knowing it, because experiencing limitations and transforming them is the process of becoming conscious of the concept of limitlessness. As we grow and expand our consciousness, each of us will begin to truly understand that we have chosen limitation as unlimited beings by nature. We will no longer see our limitations as something thrust upon us from someone or something else, like we tend to now.
As we become conscious of our unlimited and infinite nature, we will become balanced. We will no longer invalidate those experiences we don’t prefer. We will see all experiences as valid and gain a greater ability to choose our preferred experiences with greater ease. Struggling and pain in life are germain to the the process of resisting certain experiences and so they will fall away under our new understandings. We will truly become self-empowered, loving, creative beings and we will love ourselves and each other unconditionally, as existence has always loved us.