Epiphanic Bliss (Plurality in Motion)

Throughout the day, randomly,
the images splash from seemingly out of nowhere,
flooding the canvasses of their wandering minds
with tiny shots of electrical lightning
sent from the eternal source
to explosively fire neurons
and trigger a revelation fever
that washes over their consciousnesses
with higher forms of dancing truths…

…buzzing in the indefinable spaces
of unrealized perception
until the wellspring rises
to smash through all boundary limitations,
push envelopes to the edge of tearing,
and careen wisdom across canyons
that once seemed too far for traversing.

The distance becomes shorter
with each flash point epiphany
which streaks like a star
across the infinite sky
of their mind’s collective eye,
opening possibilities
without horizon
by ripping the lid
off Pandora’s box.

The tidal wave of enlightenment
shutters through adrenals,
shocking their nervous systems,
spiking their Kundalini,
and popping open their pineal glands
into fifth dimensional awareness
where it tunes in with the wavelength
of The Word made manifest,
causing genesis vibrations
to bring the frequency of chaos
back in rhythm
with perfectly ordered alignment.

Smooth sailing in dreams
for the awakened beings
as shamanic visions
carry them along the primordial river,
back past the garden of Eden,
beyond all good and evil,
to the original spark of creation
where the organic expansiveness
of the Big Bang
becomes momentarily implosive
with a deep meditative inhalation,
only to once more burst forth
from out the entropic compression
into the vastness of new beginnings.

Scott Thomas Outlar is a lover of truth and enjoys researching philosophy, psychology, politics, spirituality, and any other facet of consciousness in the pursuit of reaching a higher state of vibration. He also enjoys writing rants, poems, essays, short stories, and prose-fusion screeds covering such subjects. Scott Thomas can be reached at 17numa@gmail.com. You can also watch and/or subscribe to his YouTube Channel Read other articles by Scott Thomas, or visit Scott Thomas's website.