Randomness Spiritual Principle
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When contemplating Randomness my thoughts often magnetize the words “chaos” or “anarchy.” I realize however that those terms result from an implicit brain bias in me that desires tidiness and control and order.
Actually, Randomness as a spiritual principle functions as a life-affirming energy rather than as mayhem. The inner focus of Randomness are the ovaries and testicles – the life-storage-units. In the human reproductive system, when one of the ovaries “randomly” spits out an egg and the testicles “randomly” shoot out approximately 100 million sperm, something really amazing occurs within the female body-environment. The process ceases to be random. The sperm do their swimming dance (I like to think of them as synchronized swimmers) heading toward the target, but the egg makes a calculated and disciplined choice accept ONE our of ALL THOSE MILLIONS. Disorder evolves into disciplined order instantly.
I’ve said in other places that it is important to study the principles on either side of the one you’re investigating in order to fully understand it. On one side of Randomness is Dreaming – an energy that guides human consciousness into the relatively uncontrolled (random) aspect of collective consciousness to have an experience of Divine Potential. On the other side of Randomness is Humility – an energy that influences us to understand ourselves authentically and to integrate the information of the light. Randomness bridges light and dark.
With Randomness in your garment pattern, you have unusual access to patience. You know that waiting for the pattern to recreate itself, to reinvent itself, to reveal itself makes more sense than any attempt to structure or regulate.
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Randomness, as we think of it, is the opposite of linear order. When you’re out of that linear time continuum illusion then everything is in the now and creativity is completely spontaneous i.e.; Random – not coming in a planned way but rather spontaneously and not predictable, which seems like true randomness.
Synchronicity is born out of Randomness- events that are beyond the laws of probability can be considered random.
I experience the principle of Randomness in my life as a “letting go”, a not needing to have control while simultaneously understanding that nothing is truly random. It’s a bit of a paradox for me- the more I understand that nothing is coincidence and that life has a divine order the more I realize that in that divine order is a beautiful randomness that always ends up coming together uniquely. Like the pieces of a mosaic, at first separate (seemingly random) then coming together to create the perfect picture for us at the time it is needed. Each of our mosaics are different and also random to start, but once together each is ultimately unique and purposeful in it’s own way at the right time. Is there a plan put in place before those pieces come together? Maybe…but maybe that’s the random part- things coming together in a particular moment that can deviate from any original plan.
I used to believe that the more I understood the less I knew, but now it seems the more I know the less I understand.
Could this be an example of my Randomness principle?
With my discovery of my sun principle of Randomness, a great relief was abound and also an appreciation for all that is weird about ME. And I mean this in the most positive way possible! Walking a tight rope between light and dark has been my “normal” so to speak – Now I know why and I can embrace who I have been to whomever and free myself of the guilt when that connection grows or wanes. Its not about me! 🙂 Its about my boringness…ego get out of the way and let the spirit live the awkwardness! 🙂
My only overwhelmed feeling that I can recall having from this awesome discovery is having to explain it to my people. All of my people, because in some way shape or form I was not using Randomness in my being “ness”, rather I was utilizing it to hold myself in a place holder position. The outsider. I now more than realize I am the “outsider” of the box…and I love that I can just be me…and those who care will want to know the “whys and the hows” of this glorious discovery and I will direct them to Dr. Connie Kaplan and we will furthermore expand!
Now that I know the Principles I want to live them and share them; learn and teach them wholelly with my entire being.
The forever grateful Lori Cobb 🙂
I have Randomness in my Saturn and Pluto. When I look back at my life major events, this principle explained the tension I have always felt between control and trust. Randomness asks me to trust the process of life unfolding itself more than what society teaches me. In fact, Randomness demands me to let go of any and all control I’m compelled to exercise. Randomness also seems to draw my attention to what is “unthinkable”, “unseen”, “unfathomable.” In a strange way, I am drawn to and pulled into a situation where I know I will be in confusion. The desire to walk right into the randomness is undeniable regardless of my logical thinking process. Often, I thought of myself as impulsive because of it. But impulsivity did not fully explain the pull that drew me in. Randomness is the principle that stretches me to grow, and most importantly, it allowed me to show up where I am most needed. Connie’s class, especially the group calls that come with the class helped me to go deeper in my invisible garment.