The universe is sustained and maintained in perfect harmony and balance by irrevocable natural laws and principles. These “laws and principles” are defined by Webster as “the creative and controlling forces of the universe”.
By virtue of the fact that these controlling forces are in full operation here and now after countless billions of years is sufficient proof that they will remain operating forever. Logic forces the conclusion, then, that there never was a time when these laws and principles were not in operation. This kind of perpetuity embraces Webster’s definition of “infinity”: “That which is limitless, boundless, endless and greater than any pre-assigned finite value however great”.
There are no exclusions to the infinity of the universe; you couldn’t separate yourself from it if you wanted to. As great and all-inclusive as the universe is, it has no power to create anything unlike itself. It is totally impersonal. Its perfection is your perfection. Period. With no exceptions.
“But”, you may ask, “why do I experience such unhappiness, feel the pressure of my spouse’s drug problem and fear for our financial future? I see turmoil, conflict, destruction and evidence of more chaos all around me. And the ‘experts’ predict that it will get worse before it gets better”.
If problems were controlled by law, they could never be negated but would be as perpetual and unchanging as the universe.
Whatever it takes, you MUST discipline yourself to reject all negative suggestions as being invalid, without actual existence or power. When you can accept and identify with the universe, to the exclusion of all else, this mindset will manifest itself in your experience as universal harmony, balance, peace and love. The law of “like begets like” will be invoked. No negative suggestions can “come nigh thy dwelling place” because you have negated their cause: ignorance or rejection of the “controlling forces of the universe”.
And what about the interpretation of a finite universe as offered by leading scientists and scholarly experts who study every observable phenomenon from the infinitesimal to the infinite? They draw conclusions predicated on there being a finite, measurable beginning; the very idea of which challenges the idea of infinity. They justify their conclusions on an intellectual assumption of there being a beginning, which they define as the “Big Bang”. Such a finite premise leads to finite conclusions that are polluted by the acceptance of the idea of limited time and space and the conflict of opposing powers. Such a scenario is as irrational as would be the idea that light created darkness.
When we can separate ourselves from contemplating finite interpretations (problems of whatever definition) we will experience a freedom unknown to those who cannot accept the absolute infinity of the universe. Any concept of a “Big Bang” beginning ignores all evidence to the contrary.