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Originally posted by danj3ris
I have a question to add to this. How much does a baby's mental development depend upon their becoming self-aware? If a baby was allowed to develop without ever seeing it's reflection in any surface, without them having had any opportunity to know what they appear as compared to anyone else, would they ever attain an identity? Would they truly become self-aware without being aware of what they look like? Or would they develop an imagined face based upon seeing what every other human being looks like, and differentiate themselves?
Perhaps the closest example would be someone who was blind from birth. Except they wouldn't know what anything looks like at all, including other human beings.
Originally posted by onequestion
Interesting, the picture you have described. I see it like you are choosing the life you want to vie. A picture enters, you agree on it, then store it, once you practice this, it becomes muscle memory so to say. Does this play a major role in manifestation? Or choice? Does that mean rather then manifest, we are choosing a different reality, just aware of it? Do you have a theory on reverse engineering that process more scientifically? I am trying to approach this as carefully possible, and with a different perspective, something to be learned here.