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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Wed Aug 17, 2016 3:13 pm

    Your beliefs form reality

    “Your beliefs form reality. Your individual beliefs and your joint beliefs. Now the intensity of a belief is extremely important...

    And, if you believe, in very simple terms, that people mean you well, and will treat you kindly, they will. And, if you believe that the world is against you, then so it will be in your experience. And, if you believe...IF YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL BEGIN TO DETERIORATE AT 22, then so you shall.

    And, if you believe that you are poor, and always will be, then so your experience will so prove to you. Your beliefs meet you in the face when you look in the mirror. They form your image. You cannot escape your beliefs. They are, however, the method by which you create your experience.

    It is important that you here realize that you are not at the mercy of the unexplainable, that you are not at the mercy of events over which you have no control whether those events are psychological events or physical ones, in your terms.

    As I have told you, there is little difference if you believe that your present life is caused by incidents in your early infancy or by past lives over which equally you feel you have no control. Your events, your lives, your experiences, are caused by your present beliefs. Change the beliefs and your life changes.” –Seth

    From the Seth Audio Collection, Vol 1, Tape 1:

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    Post  Pris on Thu Aug 18, 2016 5:21 am

    mudra wrote:Your beliefs form reality

    “Your beliefs form reality. Your individual beliefs and your joint beliefs. Now the intensity of a belief is extremely important...

    And, if you believe, in very simple terms, that people mean you well, and will treat you kindly, they will. And, if you believe that the world is against you, then so it will be in your experience. And, if you believe...IF YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL BEGIN TO DETERIORATE AT 22, then so you shall.

    And, if you believe that you are poor, and always will be, then so your experience will so prove to you. Your beliefs meet you in the face when you look in the mirror. They form your image. You cannot escape your beliefs. They are, however, the method by which you create your experience.

    It is important that you here realize that you are not at the mercy of the unexplainable, that you are not at the mercy of events over which you have no control whether those events are psychological events or physical ones, in your terms.

    As I have told you, there is little difference if you believe that your present life is caused by incidents in your early infancy or by past lives over which equally you feel you have no control. Your events, your lives, your experiences, are caused by your present beliefs. Change the beliefs and your life changes.” –Seth

    From the Seth Audio Collection, Vol 1, Tape 1:

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    Hey, that's pretty good!  I love you  

    As for the part about being poor (if the meaning is lack of monetary wealth)... the cards are stacked against the majority because of the obstacle of money itself and the few who control it to ensure disparity.  

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    Post  Pris on Thu Aug 18, 2016 4:50 pm

    mudra wrote:Seth:  It is important that you here realize that you are not at the mercy of the unexplainable, that you are not at the mercy of events over which you have no control whether those events are psychological events or physical ones, in your terms.

    There are 'checks and balances' to keep us from 'stepping out of the machinery'.  That is a fact.  How is it that we are not at the mercy of a tyrannical, global governance?  

    Jesus comes to mind...  it didn't end too well for him.  If he wasn't at the mercy of anyone, great.  It still got him tortured and killed.  It that a good thing?  I don't buy the idea that he happily wanted to be tortured and killed.

    This brings me to the idea of belief in karma and what seems to be a sadomasochistic belief system.  Torture and/or be tortured... and the 'karmic justification' as to 'why'.  That's pretty screwed up if you asked me. Suspect

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:27 am

    Pris wrote:

    Hey, that's pretty good!  I love you  

    As for the part about being poor (if the meaning is lack of monetary wealth)... 


    I guess it all depends one's belief of what poor means Wink



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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Fri Aug 19, 2016 8:29 am

    Pris wrote:
    mudra wrote:Seth:  It is important that you here realize that you are not at the mercy of the unexplainable, that you are not at the mercy of events over which you have no control whether those events are psychological events or physical ones, in your terms.

    There are 'checks and balances' to keep us from 'stepping out of the machinery'.  That is a fact.  How is it that we are not at the mercy of a tyrannical, global governance?  

    Jesus comes to mind...  it didn't end too well for him.  If he wasn't at the mercy of anyone, great.  It still got him tortured and killed.  It that a good thing?  I don't buy the idea that he happily wanted to be tortured and killed.

    This brings me to the idea of belief in karma and what seems to be a sadomasochistic belief system.  Torture and/or be tortured... and the 'karmic justification' as to 'why'.  That's pretty screwed up if you asked me. Suspect

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    I think the acts we pose are areas of exploration that will bring us experiences we translate into joy or pain.
    Within a same day you can feel joy at being successfull in accomplishing something and pain at the same time from learning someone
    dear to you just had a bad accident.
    Whatever ...
    Once you begin to believe you are at the mercy of events that impact on your pain body or flesh body you have given up
    your own creative power . The pain is recorded in these layers but these layers are not who you are. They are gogles you look
    through for the experience of a particular world in a particular game.

    The unawereness of the creative energy you are as a soul is the only reason to feel miserable at all.

    Look at this man what a creative power he is to be able to transcend in such an amazing way his flesh body's disabilities.
    He could have felt miserable and choose to feed his pain body with self pity ever after. Instead ... See for yourself Cheerful

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svzPm8lT36o


    It's all about attitude and the realization and enhancement of our soul qualities.

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Fri Aug 19, 2016 12:41 pm



    No psychological system is closed, no consciousness is closed, regardless of any
    appearances to the contrary within your own system. The soul is a traveler, as has been
    said so often; but it is also the creator of all experience, and of all destinations in your
    terms. It creates worlds as it goes, so to speak.

    ...

    Great creativity always seems greater than its pure physical dimension and reality.
    By contrast with the so-called usual, it appears almost as an intrusion. It takes the
    breath away. Such creativity automatically reminds each man of his own
    multidimensional reality. The words "know thyself," therefore, mean far more than most
    people ever suppose.


    The Eternal validity of the Soul - Seth speaks by Jane Roberts

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    Post  mudra on Fri Aug 19, 2016 3:24 pm

    This is so interesting

    SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

    Persons vary in the amount of sleep they need, and no pill will ever allow them to
    dispense with sleep entirely, for too much work is done in that state. However, this
    could be done far more effectively with two, rather than one, sleep periods of lesser
    duration.

    Two periods of three hours apiece would be quite sufficient for most people, if the
    proper suggestions were given before sleep - suggestions that would insure the body's
    complete recuperation. In many cases ten hours sleep, for example, is actually
    disadvantageous, resulting in a sluggishness both of mind and body. In this case the
    spirit has simply been away from the body for too long a time, resulting in a loss of
    muscular flexibility.

    As many light snacks would actually be much better than three large meals a day, so
    short naps rather than such an extended period would also be more effective. There
    would be other benefits. The conscious self would recall more of its dream adventures
    as a matter of course, and gradually these would be added to the totality of experience
    as the ego thinks of it.

    As a result of more frequent, briefer sleep periods, there would also be higher peaks
    of conscious focus, and a more steady renewal of both physical and psychic activity.
    There would not be such a definite division between the various areas or levels of the
    self. A more economical use of energy would result, and also a more effective use of
    nutrients. Consciousness as you know it would also become more flexible and mobile.

    This would not lead to a blurring of consciousness or focus. Instead the greater
    flexibility would result in a perfection of conscious focus. The seeming great division
    between the waking and the sleeping self is largely a result of the division in function,
    the two being largely separated - a block of time being allotted to the one, and a larger
    block of time to the other. They are kept apart, then, because of your use of time.

    Initially, your conscious life followed the light of day. Now with artificial light this
    need not be the case. There are opportunities here, then, to be gained from your
    technology that you are not presently taking advantage of. To sleep all day and work all
    night is hardly the answer; it is simply the inversion of your present habits. But it
    would be far more effective and efficient to divide the twenty-four-hour period in a different way.

    There are many variations, in fact, that would be better than your present system.
    Ideally, sleeping five hours at a time, you gain the maximum benefit, and anything else
    over this time is not nearly as helpful. Those who require more sleep would then take,
    say, a two-hour nap. For others a four-hour block sleep session and two naps would be
    highly beneficial. With suggestion properly given, the body can recuperate in half the
    time now given to sleep. In any case it is much more bracing and efficient to have the
    physical body active rather than inactive for, say, eight to ten hours.

    You have trained your consciousness to follow certain patterns that are not
    necessarily natural for it, and these patterns increase the sense of alienation between
    the waking and dreaming self. To some extent you drug the body with suggestion, so
    that it believes it must sleep away a certain amount of hours in one block. Animals
    sleep when they are tired, and awaken in a much more natural fashion.

    You would retain a far greater memory of your subjective experiences, and your body
    would be healthier, if these sleeping patterns were changed. Six to eight hours of sleep
    in all would be sufficient with the nap patterns outlined. And even those who think they
    now need more sleep than this would find that they did not, if all the time was not
    spent in one block. The entire system, physical, mental, and psychic, would benefit.

    The divisions between the self would not be nearly as severe. Physical and mental
    work would be easier, and the body itself would gain steady periods of refreshment and
    rest. Now, as a rule, it must wait, regardless of its condition, at least for some sixteen
    hours. For other reasons having to do with the chemical reactions during the dream
    state, bodily health would be improved; and this particular schedule would also be of
    help in schizophrenia, and generally aid persons with problems of depression, or those
    with mental instability.

    Your sense of time would also be less rigorous and rigid. Creative abilities would be
    quickened, and the great problem of insomnia that exists for many people would be
    largely conquered - for what they fear is often the long period of time in which
    consciousness, as they think of it, seems to be extinguished.

    Small meals or snacks would then be taken upon rising. This method of eating and
    sleeping would greatly help various metabolic difficulties, and also aid in the
    development of spiritual and psychic ability. For many reasons, physical activity at
    night has a different effect upon the body than physical activity during the day, and
    ideally, both effects are necessary.

    At certain times during the night the negative ions in the air are much stronger, or
    numerous, than in the daytime, for example; and activity during this time, particularly
    a walk or outside activity, would be highly beneficial from a health standpoint.

    Now the period just before dawn often represents a crisis point for persons severely
    ill. Consciousness has been away from the body for too long a period, and such a
    returning consciousness then has difficulty dealing with the sick body mechanism. The
    practice in hospitals of giving drugs to patients so that they will sleep entirely
    throughout the night is detrimental for this reason. In many cases it is too great a
    strain on the part of the returning consciousness to take over again the ailing mechanism.

    Such medications also often prevent certain necessary dream cycle that can help the
    body recuperate, and the consciousness then becomes highly disoriented. Some of the
    divisions between different portions of the self, therefore, are not basically necessary
    but are the result of custom and convenience.

    In earlier periods of time, even though there were no electric lights for example, sleep
    was not long and continuous at night, for sleeping quarters were not as secure. The
    caveman, for example, while sleeping was on the alert for predators. The mysterious
    aspects of the natural night in outside surroundings kept him partially alert. He
    awakened often, and surveyed the nearby land and his own place of shelter.

    He did not sleep in long blocks as you do. His sleeping periods were instead for two
    or three hours, stretched through the nighttime from dusk to dawn, but alternated by
    periods of high wakefulness and alert activity. He also crept out to seek food when he
    hoped his predators were sleeping.

    This resulted in a mobility of consciousness that indeed insured his physical
    survival, and those intuitions that appeared to him in the dream state were
    remembered and taken advantage of in the waking state.

    Now, many diseases are simply caused by this division of yours and this long period
    of bodily inactivity, and this extended focus of attention in either waking or dreaming
    reality. Your normal consciousness can benefit by excursions and rest in those other
    fields of actuality that are entered when you sleep, and the so-called sleeping
    consciousness will also benefit by frequent excursions into the waking state.

    I bring up these matters here because such changes in habitual patterns would
    definitely result in greater understanding of the nature of the self. The inner dreaming
    portions of the personality seem strange to you not only because of a basic difference of
    focus, but because you clearly devote opposite portions of a twenty-four hour cycle to
    these areas of the self.

    You separate them as much as possible. In doing so you divide your intuitive,
    creative, and psychic abilities quite neatly from your physical, manipulative, objective
    abilities. It makes no difference how many hours of sleep you think you need. You
    would be much better off sleeping in several shorter periods, and you would actually
    then require less time. The largest sleep unit should be at night. But again, the
    efficiency of sleep is lessened and disadvantages set in after six to eight hours of phys-
    ical inactivity.

    The functions of hormones and chemicals, and of adrenal processes in particular,
    would function with far greater effectiveness with these alternating periods of activities
    as I have mentioned. The wear and tear upon the body would be minimized, while at the
    same time all regenerative powers would be used to the maximum. Both those with a
    high and low metabolism would benefit.

    The psychic centers would be activated more frequently, and the entire identity of the
    personality would be better strengthened and maintained. The resulting mobility and
    flexibility of consciousness would cause an added dividend in increased conscious
    concentration, and fatigue levels would always remain below danger points. A greater
    equalization, both physical and mental, would result.


    The Eternal validity of the Soul - Seth speaks by Jane Roberts

    This passage reminded me of Roger Ekirch's research on " sleep we have lost "
    http://www.history.vt.edu/Ekirch/sleepcommentary.html

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    Post  Pris on Fri Aug 19, 2016 5:47 pm

    mudra wrote:This is so interesting

    SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

    The Eternal validity of the Soul - Seth speaks by Jane Roberts

    This passage reminded me of Roger Ekirch's research on  " sleep we have lost  "
    http://www.history.vt.edu/Ekirch/sleepcommentary.html

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    Wow, that's fascinating!  I've got to try this again.  I was breaking up my sleep patterns for awhile which helped initiate OBEs.  Also, overall, I did feel more alert and energetic.  Lately, I got lazy and have been 'sleeping in' again lol! Bleh
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    Post  Pris on Fri Aug 19, 2016 5:49 pm

    mudra wrote:
    Pris wrote:

    Hey, that's pretty good!  I love you  

    As for the part about being poor (if the meaning is lack of monetary wealth)... 


    I guess it all depends one's belief of what poor means Wink



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    Right on!! sunny
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    Post  Pris on Fri Aug 19, 2016 5:54 pm

    mudra wrote:
    Pris wrote:
    mudra wrote:Seth:  It is important that you here realize that you are not at the mercy of the unexplainable, that you are not at the mercy of events over which you have no control whether those events are psychological events or physical ones, in your terms.

    There are 'checks and balances' to keep us from 'stepping out of the machinery'.  That is a fact.  How is it that we are not at the mercy of a tyrannical, global governance?  

    Jesus comes to mind...  it didn't end too well for him.  If he wasn't at the mercy of anyone, great.  It still got him tortured and killed.  It that a good thing?  I don't buy the idea that he happily wanted to be tortured and killed.

    This brings me to the idea of belief in karma and what seems to be a sadomasochistic belief system.  Torture and/or be tortured... and the 'karmic justification' as to 'why'.  That's pretty screwed up if you asked me. Suspect

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    I think the acts we pose are areas of exploration that will bring us experiences we translate into joy or pain.
    Within a same day you can feel joy at being successfull in accomplishing something and pain at the same time from learning someone
    dear to you just had a bad accident.
    Whatever ...
    Once you begin to believe you are at the mercy of events that impact on your pain body or flesh body you have given up
    your own creative power . The pain is recorded in these layers but these layers are not who you are. They are gogles you look
    through for the experience of a particular world in a particular game.

    The unawereness of the creative energy you are as a soul  is the only reason to feel miserable at all.

    Look at this man what a creative power he is to be able to transcend in such an amazing way his flesh body's disabilities.
    He could have felt miserable and choose to feed his pain body with self pity ever after. Instead ... See for yourself  Cheerful

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svzPm8lT36o


    It's all about attitude and the realization and enhancement  of our soul qualities.

    Love from me
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    So amazing, mudra... Shocked Crybaby Ancient One cheers Hugs Hadriel
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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Sat Aug 20, 2016 4:10 am

    Pris wrote:
    mudra wrote:This is so interesting

    SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

    Love Always
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    Wow, that's fascinating!  I've got to try this again.  I was breaking up my sleep patterns for awhile which helped initiate OBEs.  Also, overall, I did feel more alert and energetic.  Lately, I got lazy and have been 'sleeping in' again lol! Bleh
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    Pris you got there intuitively in the most natural way for you Cheerful

    I noticed my dreams becoming vivid in those times when I wake up very early , read a bit and get to sleep again.
    It is said that little children have greater awareness of other realms of consciousness than adults do but when
    you think about it , it's no wonder with all the naps they along the day.

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    Post  Pris on Sat Aug 20, 2016 5:46 am

    mudra wrote:
    Pris wrote:
    mudra wrote:This is so interesting

    SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

    Love Always
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    Wow, that's fascinating!  I've got to try this again.  I was breaking up my sleep patterns for awhile which helped initiate OBEs.  Also, overall, I did feel more alert and energetic.  Lately, I got lazy and have been 'sleeping in' again lol! Bleh
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    Pris  you got there intuitively in the most natural way for you Cheerful

    I noticed my dreams becoming vivid in those times when I wake up very early , read a bit and get to sleep again.
    It is said that little children have greater awareness of other realms of consciousness than adults do but when
    you think about it , it's no wonder with all the naps they along the day.

    Love from me
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    As much as I'd like to take all the credit, I've finally been using suggestions from the book Out of Body Adventures, a book I've had for many, many years...



    About the Author: Rick Stack, author, educator and publisher of many of the Seth books, has taught courses on Out of Body Experiences, Lucid Dreams, the Seth material and consciousness studies in the United States and abroad for over 35 years. He was a friend and student of Seth and Jane Roberts and personally attended over 100 Seth session in Jane's classes in the 1970's.

    https://sethcenter.com/collections/out-of-body-experiences-rick-stack


    Uh-huh -- Seth.  There's the connection.  This is really funny because I've been avoiding the Seth material, and whether or not you realize it, it's like you've been throwing Seth at me.  I know you post for everyone, but that's how it feels to me.

    I've always been suspicious of any being 'coming through' via channelling and have avoided the subject almost entirely.  But, now you've got me reconsidering this Seth character lol! Laugh

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    And, here's an amusing synchronicity...  Earlier this evening, my partner and I hunkered down for an episode from a TV series we've been watching consistently every other night... and tonight, wouldn't you know it, the name 'Seth' came up (not a name I hear everyday)!  The character happened to be a psychopathic killer offering ritualistic human sacrifices to Satan, but I'm sure that's not the point. Crazy Happy
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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Sat Aug 20, 2016 11:01 am

    Pris wrote:


    As much as I'd like to take all the credit, I've finally been using suggestions from the book Out of Body Adventures, a book I've had for many, many years...



    About the Author: Rick Stack, author, educator and publisher of many of the Seth books, has taught courses on Out of Body Experiences, Lucid Dreams, the Seth material and consciousness studies in the United States and abroad for over 35 years. He was a friend and student of Seth and Jane Roberts and personally attended over 100 Seth session in Jane's classes in the 1970's.

    https://sethcenter.com/collections/out-of-body-experiences-rick-stack


    Uh-huh -- Seth.  There's the connection.  This is really funny because I've been avoiding the Seth material, and whether or not you realize it, it's like you've been throwing Seth at me.  I know you post for everyone, but that's how it feels to me.

    I've always been suspicious of any being 'coming through' via channelling and have avoided the subject almost entirely.  But, now you've got me reconsidering this Seth character lol! Laugh

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    I am not keen on channelled material either. If I heard of Seth before it must have been years ago and I didn't pay attention.
    But the girl who names herself newearth on youtube and posts these many videos on ancient sites and history mentioned the Seth
    materials in the last video I posted from her the other day. Because I like that women's research I was curious enough to go and have a look at the Seth site. The little I read was enough to make me want to read some more.
    As I am reading the first book and so far found things I can relate to I am posting them these days on this thread.
    So really we are sharing the experience of having the Seth materials coming back at us at the same time Pris  study  cheers

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    Post  Pris on Wed Aug 24, 2016 10:46 pm

    mudra wrote:I am not keen on channelled material either. If I heard of Seth before it must have been years ago and I didn't pay attention.
    But the girl who names herself newearth on youtube and posts these many videos on ancient sites and history mentioned the Seth
    materials in the last video I posted from her the other day. Because I like that women's research I was curious enough to go and have a look at the Seth site. The little I read was enough to make me want to read some more.
    As I am reading the first book and so far found things I can relate to I am posting them these days on this thread.
    So really we are sharing the experience of having the Seth materials coming back at us at the same time Pris  study  cheers

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    Hilarious, mudra! Very Happy  Well then... a cautious approach to this kind of material in particular is always warranted.

    I always wonder just how much of the person doing the 'channeling' creates/manifests the 'entity' coming through...

    Please refer to the movie Forbidden Planet. Suspect

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Tue Sep 06, 2016 9:41 am

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    Hilarious, mudra! Very Happy  Well then... a cautious approach to this kind of material in particular is always warranted.

    I always wonder just how much of the person doing the 'channeling' creates/manifests the 'entity' coming through...

    Please refer to the movie Forbidden Planet. Suspect

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    Thank you Pris :)
    This is nothing like the usual channelling type that I know of and that as I said
    already I am not attracted to at all.
    Jane Roberts herself mentions the downloading she had in her sessions
    may be from this Seth entity or from a part of her innerself she had access to this way.
    Anyways what I have been reading so far is so interesting that I am considering
    opening a thread about it and post there some passages that I found particularly
    relevant. So you'll be able to see for yourself and share your points of view about
    it would you wish so.
    As far as I am concerned I don't much care where this all came from as I am more
    interested in the content itself and its practicality. So far so good Wink

    Be well

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  Pris on Fri Sep 09, 2016 6:48 am

    mudra wrote:
    Pris wrote:


    Hilarious, mudra! Very Happy  Well then... a cautious approach to this kind of material in particular is always warranted.

    I always wonder just how much of the person doing the 'channeling' creates/manifests the 'entity' coming through...

    Please refer to the movie Forbidden Planet. Suspect

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    Thank you Pris :)
    This is nothing like the usual channelling type that I know of and that as I said
    already I am not attracted to at all.
    Jane Roberts herself mentions the downloading she had in her sessions
    may be from this Seth entity or from a part of her innerself she had access to this way.
    Anyways what I have been reading so far is so interesting that I am considering
    opening a thread about it and post there some passages that I found particularly
    relevant. So you'll be able to see for yourself and share your points of view about
    it would you wish so.
    As far as I am concerned I don't much care where this all came from as I am more
    interested in the content itself and its practicality. So far so good Wink

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    Precisely! Very Happy   I think we're all capable of this kind of... 'communication' or whatever it is.  I also think we're not only just capable, we're doing it ALL THE TIME and most of us just don't even realize it.  For example... sometimes even I've written down the most impressive things seemingly out-of-nowhere.  And, then there's other forms of 'communication' like artistic expression.  I'll make something rather... amazing if I do say so myself... and wonder later on how the heck I did it. scratch  Yes, there's talent and practice... but STILL.  We literally do become like a conduit...

    For sure, if you have time to start a thread on this Seth 'character', by all means!  I'd be curious. sunny

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Fri Sep 09, 2016 2:04 pm

    Pris wrote:


    Precisely! Very Happy   I think we're all capable of this kind of... 'communication' or whatever it is.  I also think we're not only just capable, we're doing it ALL THE TIME and most of us just don't even realize it.  For example... sometimes even I've written down the most impressive things seemingly out-of-nowhere.  And, then there's other forms of 'communication' like artistic expression.  I'll make something rather... amazing if I do say so myself... and wonder later on how the heck I did it. scratch  Yes, there's talent and practice... but STILL.  We literally do become like a conduit...

    For sure, if you have time to start a thread on this Seth 'character', by all means!  I'd be curious. sunny

    Note: you might have to give me a heads up if I happen to miss it.  rabbit

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    I completely resonate with what you say. It happened to me too.
    We are creators and what we are able to tap into in order to express
    ourselves within our inner world is as infinite as the outer world seems to be.
    Without that inner world there would not even be an outer world.

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

    Post  mudra on Fri Sep 23, 2016 6:22 am

    David Whitehead - Way of the Warrior Presentation 2016

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8VHmmVjibU


    A presentation at the Free Your Mind 4 Conference on the history of warrior philosophy throughout the ages, and its place in the modern world - with a unique twist...

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

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    The Cosmic Giggle

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

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    10/14/16


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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

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    (Full Movie) Three Days of Light: A Consciousness Shifting Story

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

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    The Philosophy of Liberty

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

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    Michael Tsarion - Hiding in plain sight

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    Re: The Chalice of Wisdom - Part 2

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