Supreme Consciousness, whether it is creating the external universe or creating our internal universe in our mind, is recreating all that is, in every moment. It is creating, momentarily maintaining, and then destroying its creation. We and the universe are ever-new. Our thoughts are arising, existing for a moment and subsiding, endlessly. Everything is the play of supreme consciousness creating, maintaining and destroying its projection, its play. This is happening continually, at phenomenal speed, within its Self. This supreme Self that is creating, maintaining and destroying, is our Self. There is never any difference. In each instant we are recreated in the play of supreme consciousness.
In order to facilitate its play, supreme consciousness causes omnipotence to become limited action, omniscience to become limited knowledge, freedom of will to become desires for outcomes, eternal to become time, and omnipresence to become space encompassing cause and effect. These limitations of supreme consciousness within itself are why we feel limited when we are only experiencing the play of consciousness. Lost in only the outward play, we feel we are limited beings and we experience differences and individuality. We live in a world of subject and object and believe in a non-existent difference between creator and created.
In its descent into manifestation as this universe, supreme consciousness becomes intellect, ego and imagination of the mind. Then it assumes the role of perception as the senses. Then it assumes the powers or modes of action. It assumes more and more apparent differences and limitations, all the while remaining supreme, universal consciousness.
This outward momentum into manifestation creates our delusion of separation. The inward momentum, through meditation, creates the revelation that we are one with the supreme consciousness, that differences are only an appearance, that individuality is only a misperception and that we are one with God.