Exploring the Infinite: Understanding ‘All That There Is’

Have you ever thought about how vast the world is? Imagine a drop of water. It’s tiny, right? But it’s also part of a huge ocean. This idea helps us understand something really cool about ourselves and the world. Bentinho explains this in a way that’s like exploring a giant building.

Imagine you’re in a building where every floor shows you more of the city outside. If you’re on the bottom floor, you might not see much. But if you take an elevator up, each floor gives you a better view. Bentinho says our minds are like this building. The bottom floor is where we usually hang out, seeing only a small part of everything. But we can go higher and see more.

We’re all like that drop of water. From where we are, we might feel small or separate from everything else. But actually, we’re part of something huge – everything there is! It’s like we’re all connected in a big, mysterious way.

But here’s the thing: we don’t have to feel this connection all the time. It’s enough to know it’s there and try to feel it when we can. This helps us understand and enjoy the world more. Bentinho suggests thinking of ourselves moving through different levels of our mind, like going up floors in a building. When we do this, we start to see more and feel closer to everything around us.

We don’t have to try to be the whole ocean all at once. It’s okay to be the drop and know we’re still part of something bigger. This is a beautiful way to look at life. It means we can be ourselves and still be connected to everything.

But how do we explore these different levels? It’s about letting go of needing to stay on one floor and being open to moving up. It’s about dreaming big and believing in ourselves. When we do this, we start to experience life in new, exciting ways. What seemed like just our imagination can become real.

So, remember the drop and the ocean. You’re more connected to the world than you might think. And just like exploring a building, you can discover more about yourself and ‘All That There Is’ by being curious and brave.


“”The universe is not outside of you. Look within.” – Rumi

Spiritual Reference:

“The kingdom of God is within you.” – Luke 17:21

This passage reflects the idea that within each of us lies a vast, spiritual realm, mirroring the concept of exploring different levels of consciousness to connect with ‘All That There Is.’

John 17:21 – “That they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you sent me.”

like a drop recognizing its oneness with the ocean, is profound and transformative. It compels us to shift our perspective. We are not isolated beings; we are vibrant threads woven into the tapestry of existence. This interconnectedness isn’t always tangible, but acknowledging its presence fosters a profound sense of belonging and understanding