Tag Archive: Consciousness

Dec 28 2013

Reincarnation explained – the Idiot & the Genius and why suffering is chosen as a temporary experience

Duality pleasure suffering reincarnation

“Your species as a species includes the idiot and the genius, the stupid and the wise, the athletic, the deformed, the beautiful and the ugly, and all variations in between. There are genetic cultures operating, then, of literally infinite variety, and they each have their place and their reason, and they each fit into the …

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Apr 14 2013

The 3 dilemmas of creation

Seed a Universe

The following concepts are purposely broad, vague and abstract. They are meant to encompass all of existence or the multidimensional universe (All That Is). Action – psychological motion; thought; emotion Consciousness – awareness, sentience Identity – artificial differentiation through purposeful limitation of perspectives All three concepts are technically the same and could be equated. They …

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Mar 19 2013

Hyper-dimensional fractal cube reality

cubes abstract

The underlying structure of most things in the universe appears to be cube or grid like. This appears to be how the universe creates order on a primordial abstract level. The fractal cube process and the unfolding of it, is how the universe expands. The process of fractal squares provides the framework for how the golden spiral …

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Dec 12 2012

2012 to ∞…a new Spiritual Paradigm

Mother Earth Eye

“In your terms, until now your consciousness has specialized in neurological patterning. As mentioned, this was extremely important while it learned the art of specialized focus. Now, however, it must begin to recognize that it can indeed expand, and bring into its awareness other quite legitimate realities. The nature of probabilities must be understood, for …

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Jun 16 2010

Seth on Identity and Stability

“Identity, because of its characteristics, will continually seek stability, while stability is impossible . . . It is this dilemma between identity’s constant attempts to maintain stability and action’s inherent drive for change that results in the imbalance, the exquisite creative by-product that is consciousness . . . identity must seek stability while action must …

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Jun 15 2010

Seth on conception of Time

“Any event that you perceive is only a portion of the true dimensionality of that event. The observer and the object perceived are a part of the same event, each changing the other. This interrelationship always exists in any system of reality and at any level of activity. In certain terms, for example, even an …

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