Is There Life On Other Planets?

Is there life on other planets? I asked my inner voice this question today. The answer came at me so fast, I had to kick Phil off the computer so my inner self could type. Enjoy!

That depends on your definition of life. Look at your planet. Is life relegated to something that thinks? Then only humans are alive. Is life only that which grows? Then animals and plants are included as life. Is life something that contains a blueprint? Then everything is life, because everything is projected into existence exactly as thought, and carried out by its blueprint.

Is the wind life? It is born and dies, and while it lives, it blows vigorously and affects you as humans. It affects animals and makes grass and flowers bend and kills branches on trees. Its life span is so short, that you don’t recognize it as life.

Are rocks life? Absolutely. They have reproduced themselves perfectly everywhere you look. They crumble and die very slowly, but die they will eventually, just as they were born.

Are planets life? Absolutely. They were born from nothing more than thought and now exist. One day, they will inevitably die as well.

Is plastic life? Yes. Plastic will and does decompose, but it’s much slower than a human life span, and so you assume it will last forever. This is not true. Barbies from the 1960’s and other toys from the 1980’s are already visibly decomposing before your eyes. The answer, of course, is new plastics that won’t degrade, except everything degrades and dies eventually, because everything is alive.

Everything that is physical is born, lives and dies. It’s what being physical is. I Am experiences life through each of these things, and loves them all. No experience is better or worse than another. They are. They are beautiful and perfect because they exist.

Humans only see life as carbon based. If inorganic matter wasn’t alive, you would not be able to experience it through your senses. You would not be able to touch, taste, see, smell and hear it. All these things change slowly over time. They break down. It just happens over thousands or millions of years. Since this is so much longer than the human life span, you don’t see it physically changing as you watch. You may acknowledge that it changes, but you don’t recognize it as life. It is absolutely life.

Now that we’ve established that everything physical is life, including your planet itself, let’s talk about other planets.

Every planet is alive. So yes, because you can see another planet, you can be guaranteed that it is alive. Next, every planet has other life on it, but you are looking for carbon based life forms, and you do not find them. You never will, guaranteed. No matter how advanced your species becomes and how far into space you learn to travel, you will never find carbon based life forms, unless you create them with your own minds. The reason for this is, each planet is projected into space by universal mind. Universal mind wants unique, new experiences on each planet. That is why all the planets in your solar system are different. Many different experiences. Life exists on each, but you won’t be able to see it through your telescopes. It might not be 3D life. It may be 300D life or -40D life. Nothing is accidental, everything is on purpose. Those planets are there to house life, and they do. You just don’t recognize it, and until you begin to think unlimited, you won’t.

For practical advice, get back to your own planet. You are surrounded by the wonder of life everywhere you look. Everything you see, whether rock and plant and conceived first in universal mind, or bedsheet and car and conceived first in human mind and sent through universal mind, is alive and following it’s blueprint perfectly. In fact, unlike humans, who can choose to ignore their blueprint, nothing else can. Everything else is just as much God as you, but you throw it in the trash and ignore it. You don’t see the beauty and wonder everywhere around you.

In fact, all the things that humans have created is living proof of your Godness. Every day you take things which didn’t exist and first created them with your thoughts and then used your physical bodies to pull them out of the ether of universal mind and place them, alive, into the physical world. You are amazing, and perfect, but you’re surrounded by creation overload. You do not notice that every physical object is created by you, which makes you all creators.