The development of energetic cords is strictly a physiological function. The use of energy and chemicals are NOT spiritual functions; they are
simply an aspect of the human body. The spirit does NOT have the same trigger mechanisms and does NOT develop a ‘love’ relationship. The spirit
does NOT have ‘chemical’ reactions nor does it develop cords.
Does the spirit have and show love or unconditional love? The straightforward answer is: No. The term ‘love’ is unknown to the spirit when in the
universal energy. It is one of the most complex emotional and physiological human aspects the spirit is learning when it undertakes human experience
(incarnates). Love, as discussed above, is strictly a human response.
If the spirit does not have love, what does it show toward humans?
The Upper Spiritual Consciousness
(Spirit/Energy Signature/ Higher Mind/Self) has access to the memories and emotions of every lifetime it has
experienced and also the memories and emotions of every Being who has ever incarnated. As such, it is able to draw on those memories and experiences,
and re-experience the emotional love (or any other emotion) that the human host felt toward other humans during a specific incarnation. That love
is real, while being experienced.
If that memory is completed and returned to the universal memory, the upper spiritual consciousness does not
have any lingering emotional response toward any human body. Energy in its pure (or original state) is always neutral.
The Lower Spiritual Consciousness
(Inner Consciousness/ Lower Mind/ Intuitive Mind) is the active part
of the spiritual consciousness,
which incarnates. The Lower Spiritual Consciousness is what many mistake as "the Higher Self" -- which it is NOT. The Lower Spiritual Consciousness
during the incarnation, shares the emotional experience with the human consciousness (Mind). It is the Lower Spiritual Consciousness which carries the
experiences and emotions back to the spirit and places it into the universal memory. While incarnated, the Lower Spiritual Consciousness knows love
and experiences it as the human consciousness explores it. However, once it rejoins the Upper Spiritual Consciousness, it releases that awareness of
love into the universal memory.
This is essential. If it held onto love for the other spirits (human hosts) and it re-incarnated, it would face considerable difficulty developing a
balanced life and ability to love someone else. When the Lower Spiritual Consciousness sets past loves aside, it is able to develop a new love
experience in the new life. It is able to experience and explore all the moments, which build love into a full bloom.
The Human Consciousness experiences love. It develops a strong connection to its children and to its mate. The human body is able to develop a sense
of love toward a wide range of people although the love will vary in intensity and emotional complexity
depending upon the person or situation.
As an example, the love of a parent is different from the love of a child or a spouse.
Yet all love developed by the Human Consciousness develops for two main reasons.
1. Survival, which is the human consciousness’s primary responsibility. It recognizes that love makes bonding and survival much more successful.
Therefore, it uses the chemical reactions and the emotional bonds to create a human response, which leads to love.
2. The Lower Spiritual Consciousness' main responsibility is to experiencing events and the human consciousness' related emotions.It is the
The human consciousness has no responsibility in the development of experience, except that it provides the lower spiritual consciousness
a body/Avatar with which to experience the events it has chosen. As the presence or absence of love is one of the most powerful experiences on the
earth plane, the lower spiritual consciousness is able to use the human consciousness’ desire for love as a tool
to learn more about the
Some people will react to this supposed lack of love and claim that the whole purpose of mankind is to learn to love. One main purpose of the human
consciousness may well be classified as learning to love, for it aids in survival.
However, the spiritual consciousness does not need to be
concerned about survival, other than how it affects their experience. The spirit has no need to love.
That does not mean the spirit is, in human terms, ‘hardhearted’. It is just that the spirit is not human and functions on a level beyond the
The universal energy/Self ‘cares’ for all its creations for it both created them and now uses them for experience and
introspection through involution.
However, what the spirit feels depends on the moment. If it is before the spirit's life review, use of the
term ‘love’ is acceptable. After the life review use of the term 'love’ is incorrect.
When you, the human, envision your arm, you do not think in terms of loving it. You want it to be healthy, and likely do not actually notice it
unless something it does or feels creates a problem. You do not think of your heart as an object you love as it is also just a part of you. You
usually do not think of your whole body from a perspective of self-love. If you do, you are unusual. You want your body to be healthy, and when you
refer to self-love, you are usually referring to the care you administer to the body.
Your spirit, which is made up from both the Upper and Lower spiritual consciousnesses (Two Witnesses) are parts of the universal energy of Self. As
a conscious entity, the universal energy or consciousness does not think of the parts with love, in human terms, but as you think of the arm and
heart, as parts you want to operate efficiently and in a healthy state.
To be cont.
edit on 13-6-2015 by Involutionist because: (no reason given)