In this Chapter Fred Allen Wolf begins with the Hebrew Letter and their relationship to take us into this deeper understanding of ourselves, and in doing that it  really challenges us to think outside of the box. He describe how the eye of Ayn takes the possibility Zayn and connects the dots with the “out there” and the “in here mind.”

Zayn and ayn, like the sex partner vav and sammekh that precede them. deal with possibilities.   Zayn represents the two  flows of possibilities: one heading into the future, the other echoing from that future. In ayn these information streams of  possibility coalesce and everything that was possible becomes tangibly probable.”

So what he is talking about here is how we create the realities we want to observe and experience and that all this happens in a time loop. He says a time stream flows from the beginning and reflects from the end of the story back to its beginning and he uses the example of like a snake swallowing its tail.  So what we really have is a complete history with a beginning, middle and an end that forms in the mind. So what we have is the creation of the  “in here” mind becomes the ” out there” reality.

He made a point that really stuck with me, he said : “The mind of God is prodigious, ” and what the definition of that means is : a remarkable or impressively great extent, size or degree.  What he is saying here is that this mind of God or the All that is , or in other words to me , I see that as the field of all possibilities.  We have countless imaginings and events that continue to appear. But what happens is we don’t recognize this.  What we tend to do is look at the past for answers of the present and what we are really are trying to do here is minimize our risk based on the survival mechanism. So we create illusions, we make up stories to fit the sequences of our experiences . In each instant of time we are making choices each option as he says carries a risk.  He also states that each choice must follow quantum rules.  So this is coming from the Observer effect. Each thought then becomes its manifestation. I create my reality form the future to the present.

Maria Jacques