posted on Jan, 8 2008 @ 12:00 AM
Hi Sleeper, thanks for your response.
- True but man, where does that energy go once we enter these carcasses---
I guess Casteneda would say that it is still there, all the time. And that it'd be more a question of percetion rather then existence.
I'd assume that you agree, at least to some degree from reading your posts that our ego essentially is one of, if not the greatest enemy we have in
regards to seeking a greater awareness of our surroundings. Cayce and Casteneda agreed somewhat along these lines as well. For Cayce it was brought
in more spiritual teachings, for Casteneda it was more in energetical terms.
Though I'd say they go hand and hand, yet Casteneda (or Don Juan I guess you could say) taught that when our perception expanded to see pure energy,
humans where seen as luminous balls of pure energy. And that a desription of cognition when experienced in pure energy would consist of endless
streams of energy shooting in all directions from here to enterinity and then some.
Yet what Don Juan and his partners in crime stated is that throughout the generations of their kind (our those who gained the ability to percieve a
different kind of awareness, perception in pure energy) they recognized that within the luminous ball of energy that humans consisted of, there was a
smaller point of energy placed in an area they described as being around two feet behind our shoulder blades. They dubed it the assemblage point, and
while seeing it in pure energy form noticed that it fluctuated with perception, or what one would percieve to be reality. They noticed while people
dreamed that this assemblage point (or point of perception) moved while in a dream state, yet while awake in our daily ongoings our point of
perception remained in a specific spot, not only us as individuals yet all of us had our points of perception in the same specific spot. This
according to the Casteneda bunch is what holds what we as humans believe to be reality together. This reality is reinforced by all of us, yet to
unravel our material perception and seek to see things in a pure energy state becomes prevented by our consistant expendature of energy in
reinforcment of this physical, material reality. In terms of energy, to break free from this percieved material reality and become able to truly
"see" as they would call it takes an extreme amount of energy. We are unable to tap into this energy because it is used to reinforce our material
reality, and the greatest expenditure of energy in this reality is our ego among other things.
Anyway I'm rambling on here so I'll goahead and stop there. I planned on responding to your other feedback but, later I guess. Any response from
you or Milton is cool. Thanks for you time.