by David Nova
Decades of personal experience and observation, both spiritual and psychological, have led me to form a working theory that I have not read or heard of anywhere else. Entanglement Theory is largely responsible for what I described in a previous chapter as the Frustration Trap.
Entanglement Theory seems to encompass all human experience, the physical, the emotional, and the spiritual. Many of us may experience Entanglement Theory at the most mundane physical level where the name is perfectly self-evident.
Have you ever worked with a cord or a hose only to have it become hopelessly entangled or knotted? Have you ever pulled a hose across your yard only to have it inevitably caught or snagged upon something? You have to go back and carefully release it; you can’t just yank it free. Does the headphone cable connected to your phone constantly seem to become snagged, caught on something, or entangled when you use it? Have you ever just randomly caught your belt or belt loop upon something? These annoying physical-level examples serve as a perfect metaphor for the complex spiritual and emotional examples of Entanglement Theory.
Entranglement Theory seems to be related to the Law of Attraction, yet it goes much deeper. The Law of Attraction basically states that like attracts like, positive attracts positive, negative attracts negative. You do not attract abundance by wishing for abundance. You attract abundance when you fully believe you already have abundance.
Entanglement Theory is like the fine print in the Law of Attraction, the side effects that stem from the inner workings of our subconscious mind. We inadvertently attract the situations that we do not desire. This leads to frustration which creates a new belief. The new belief takes hold and creates an attachment, a snag. We become entangled with this new belief and the experience repeats itself again and again. There is a huge emotional component to this. Our emotions intensify our entanglement. The more we struggle, the more we become entangled.
Yet Entanglement Theory seems to go even deeper. It’s embedded in the very fabric of the Universe. It’s a form of Chaos Theory where an underlaying order seems to exist within the randomness. Simply stated, if the possibility exists to become entangled we seem to be inadvertently drawn to that entanglement. It becomes statistically much more likely, and it seems to defy any notion of randomness.
Entanglement Theory might explain how darkness has taken a foothold in the Universe, how it manages to thrive and survive despite the principal of spiritual entropy, despite being ultimately self-destructive. The darkness takes full advantage of Entanglement through fear, trauma, and attachments. To be released from Entanglement is to release all negative attachments.
Spiritual Entanglement exists because the Universe is ultimately one energetic organism, one multifaceted consciousness. We do not exist as separate isolated individual beings. Every thought, feeling, belief, and action ripples out from us across the cosmic pond. We become naturally entangled with other aspects of ourselves, entangled in the fabric of consciousness.
We are like a great woven tapestry where the lose strands of thread have become knotted in a complex mesh/matrix that needs to be carefully untangled so that we can return to our divine state of perfection, a job that only Source Creator is capable of fully accomplishing, which is why we need the help of a higher power. We have entangled ourselves within this dark web/matrix and we need some divine assistance to get untangled. Yet it requires our heart-centered willingness and conscious participation.
In a previous blog entry I described my psychedelic experience with Salvia divinorum. The web of dark cables that keep us tethered within this dimension of Earth may be just another aspect of Entanglement Theory.
“I felt as if I were tangled up in a web of dark cables, like black rubber bands, which were trying to prevent my consciousness from escaping my body. It was quite unpleasant. Yet, I was standing on the threshold, and I sensed so much that was just beyond the veil.”
Entanglement Theory can be a great teacher if we pay close attention to the situations, thoughts, behaviors, and emotions that entangles us.
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