Seth Early Sessions, Vol 8, Session 343
The Nature Of Thought, Action And Moment Points
Moment points are indeed composed of action, action experiencing itself. What you see and experience physically represents but a small portion, a mere fraction of what reality is. There are universes within universes. Action is, and yet forms its own experience. Thoughts take electromagnetic patterns that have their own materializations as universal systems. Your physical body is a series of actions, though the word series is being used for simplicity’s sake only.
The nature of action causes depths in terms of intensities that you do not understand, but these intensities build up to the appearance of physical matter within your system.
You will never find a first action, and only within your system does such a search have any meaning. You form the reality, the shape, of thoughts, for they have shape, in much the same way that you breathe: and you have as little control of them, once you have created them, as you have of your breath.
Complications are far too intricate to explain to you. You form your image and the physical matter of your environment, and these, being action, are perceived as reality in other systems. They may not be perceived as physical objects, but as reality that conforms to the particular camouflage structure within.
Thoughts have what you may term color and shape, as well as electromagnetic structure and intensity. These combining together form your physical image, in your terms. Action can never be broken down to a prime or original unit, for it automatically builds upon itself, and can never be, therefore, subtracted from. Nor can it be isolated. It is within all things that you see, and invisible because it makes up the appearance of any physical construction.
It isn’t what you see, and yet what you see is it. Sight itself is it, the thing seen and the perceiver. You cannot stop action even in your mind, for the attempt to stop action is in itself an action. What you term death is an action. It is not the end of acts. The self at death is indeed more active as a rule than before, and the resources of the self are used to greater advantage.
The self goes on. Even the stuff of the physical body however continues to act. Action divides itself into various selves, and then explores the moment points of experience, for each new self is indeed a new action, an original act.
There are births that have nothing to do with physical birth, and offspring quite as real. Physical offspring are originally projections, but these originate new acts despite the original idea behind them. That is, the parents wish to project themselves, you see, but instead are the participators of a new personality.
Thoughts as offspring have a strong effect in all systems, and directly change the camouflage material of any system.
Now. I am trying to make this clear. Moment points have a structure, electromagnetically.
The structure has nothing to do with the intensity however. Your entire physical universe represents one moment point in a whole overall design. Yet the design itself is ever-changing, and there is no beginning or end to it in your terms.
In studying your physical universe, the distances seem great only because of your own point of reference within. The electromagnetic structure of your universe, in a basic manner, is divorced from its physical structure, though part of it can be deduced through a study of the physical structure.
Your physical universe represents one thought in changing aspects of becoming, with all possibilities inherent within the thought unfolding into existence. The thought also exists in other systems, being materialized according to other camouflage patterns, and entirely different possibilities arising because of the differences.
Again, this is not symbolic. Only by the use of the inner senses can you obtain a viewpoint that is to some extent free of your own system. The inner self realizes the nature of its own reality, is sure of its identity and well aware of its power in the creation of actions which it projects outward from itself.
The inner senses allow you to follow some of these actions into other realities. The moment point on the one hand is of course a minute division of action. On the other hand it is an entrance into unknown possibilities and new dimensions. As you probe into any given moment point, you automatically become a part of it and change it accordingly as it makes its impressions upon you. These interchangings occur on many levels: psychologically, chemically, electromagnetically, psychically. There are subtle variations, as you know, in your known self from one instant to another as you affect your physical environment and form it, and as it in turn forms you. And this is just on the physical level.
The psychological alterations are miraculous, and so swift that you could not follow them. The smallest thought alters chemical and electromagnetic changes in the body that directly affect the structure of the immediate physical universe. In the dream state the alterations are even stronger.
Now. It is possible for an individual to experience a portion of one moment point in such a way that it seems there is no end to it.
Reincarnations Are Probable Selves
He may, for example, continue within it for several reincarnations. Reincarnated selves are no more than probable selves, choosing to experience various forms. In such circumstances, the personality does not leave your system, in your terms, for some time, though this is all subjective. Experience is the only reality, you see.