Hiders and Seekers
PLAYING God’s game of hide and seek requires two opposing sides otherwise there would be no point. Obviously, on one side there needs to be ‘hiders’ and on the other, ‘seekers.’ Firstly let’s look at the ‘hiders.’ We and everything else in this world are hiders, *(He pretends that he is you and I and all the people in the world, all the animals, all the plants, all the rocks and all the stars.)
Naturally all the animals, plants, rocks and stars would remain hiders until, at the end the game, God remembers that he is all of those. But every one of us humans are also hiders, for at our stage of evolution, we are not advanced enough to become consciously aware that we are really God in disguise.
Now let’s look at the ‘seekers’. As has been established, we and everything else in the world are all God hiding from himself, but there also needs to be some of us that are God seeking himself – whilst he is still hiding – and we are it!
How do you know if you are it? If you are reading material such as this, then you are it. We have the curiosity to search for answers to the truth, an inner compulsion, an intuitive urge to investigate the premises that there may be more to life than meets the ego eye.
Material such as this would never be brought to the attention of the majority of our fellow humans and even if it was, they would reject it as a load of nonsense. That does not make us any better than them for they have the same, albeit latent inner urge, thus they choose subconsciously to remain hiders.
That is their choice, for the greatest gift God gave to himself before he began playing his game of hide and seek was ‘free will.’ And with free will, they have every right to remain hiders, as we have to seek for answers.
Also, it is essential that there be hiders as well as seekers amongst our own species to allow God the opportunity to compare sides and to continue to learn and evolve physically as an intelligent, sentient being…
Dan’s Quote: “Pay close attention to your inner voice.
____________-_God talks in snippets, not in speeches.”
*Quote from ‘The Taboo against Knowing Who You Are’- Alan Watts 1966