reply to post by Jezus
"For example, the existence of a nonphysical experiencing root of consciousness is evident but the question is, Do we all have individual souls or is
it simply a raw conscious force that is indistinguishable from each other."
Interesting question Jezus.
Firstly, many thanks for the links. Interesting reading.
In all honesty, perhaps “tools” such as words and ideas derived from “this” reality are not necessarily appropriately applied in dimensional
probabilities we are not [consciously] focused on…at least that thought represents one of many I have concerning overall existence - and the
contexts we seemingly place our experiences into.
I have given this subject matter great attention over the years Jezus and, in all candor, all sorts of perceived “dilemmas” arose – with respect
to whatever “validity” could possibly be ascribed [by me] to exploration of dimensional probabilities not found within the confines of my
“current” reality. Questions such as “Do we have “individual” souls, or are each of us simply “Souls” experiencing a particular kind of
physical probability?” tended to, quite literally, fall by the wayside, so to speak, as I reached out with(in) my mind for experience. Similar
questions just felt inappropriate, even superfluous.
In other words, I tried to approach all my explorations with as little “contamination” as possible (preconceived notions, definitions,
expectations etc.), and strived for some measure of purity of whatever events I may, or may not, witness. I also was plagued with the idea that any
and all experiences I would possibly encounter would somehow be “corrupted” when translating those events into terms and concepts derived from
“this” current experience.
I can tell you here and now my friend that I have been witness to experiences that “took my breath away”…this being the case simply due to my
“comparing” those experiences with what has become all-too-familiar to me over these past decades. I have earnestly concluded that there are
basic “root assumptions” with respect to my current reality experience [here] that quite literally do not exist in other dimensional
probabilities…plain and simple; assuming, of course, that those experiences were “real”. But, then again, who can say that ANY experience is
any more “real” than need be…
With your acquiescence Jezus, I’ll share one or two snippets of events I have encountered during a few of these adventures in what follows. By the
way, I DO employ the “eyeroll method” of self-sypnosis before beginning these “experiments”. I have found that hypnosis tends to “relax”
my almost deathgrip on this reality.
I encountered a “reality” (on several occasions, as a matter of fact) within which experience was acquired by simply assuming the vibrational
harmony of a given [attractive] sensation. In other words, I was sensing an event (non-physical as we usually use that term) which appealed to me and
I KNEW while participating in that specific dimensional probability (or probable reality) that I could experience whatever I wished by “becoming the
vibration harmony” – as though I could function in similar fashion to a living and adaptive tuning fork. I also KNEW that I was NOT wearing any
sort of physical “costume”. I was a disembodied consciousness, if you will.
I experienced another kind of physical reality – similar in appearance to my current one – although the “matter” which was used to construct
that reality was much more…shall we say…”malleable”. I could mold apparently individual objects at will, with absolutely no strenuous effort
applied. I watched myself, so to speak, mold a lit candle; the candle "morphed" into a sphere, then back again; and I recall experiencing a measure
of satisfaction with this accomplished manipulation.
For me Jezus, there is no “dichotomy” with respect to the mind/brain seeming paradox…except when assumptions generated within our current
reality probability are applied. Perhaps the “brain” is a seemingly physical branch on the tree of the mind and, after all is said and done,
maybe the physical brain is nothing more than the interface the mind uses to interact with the reality it perceives.
Interestingly, there are countless other examples I could cite here. But I won’t…to everyone’s relief, not doubt. I will say this, however:
The one concept which seemed to accompany me on each and every one of those adventures was that “physical reality” isn’t necessarily
“physical”, and that it IS physical ONLY if the reality’s creator wishes it to be.
And THAT statement brings me to the next, logical question: “Who is doing all this “creating”?”.
Any thoughts you may have Jezus would be enjoyed.
Thanks for listening.