Friday, August 21, 2015

“Death” Conditions In Life (2)

Seth Speaks, Session 539

“Death” Conditions In Life (2)

After-death environments exist all about you, now. 

It is as if your present situation and all its physical phenomena were projected from within yourself outward, giving you a continuous running motion picture, forcing you to perceive only those images that were being transposed.  These seem so real that you find yourself in the position of reacting to them constantly.

They serve to mask other quite valid realities that exist at the same time, however, and actually from these other realities you gain the power and knowledge to operate the material projections.  You can “set the machine on idle”, so to speak, stop the apparent motion, and turn your attention to these realities.

First of all, you must realize that they exist.  As a preliminary to the methods I will give later, it is a good idea to ask yourself now and then: “What am I actually conscious of at this time?”  Do this when your eyes open, and again when they are closed.

When your eyes are open, do not take it for granted that only the immediately perceivable objects exist.  Look where space seems empty, and listen in the middle of silence.  There are molecular structures in every inch of empty space, but you have taught yourself not to perceive them.  There are other voices, but you have conditioned your ears not to hear them.  You use your inner senses when you are in the dream state, and ignore them when you are waking.

The inner senses are equipped to perceive data that is not physical.  They are not deceived by the images that you project in three-dimensional reality.  Now, they can perceive physical objects.  Your physical senses are extensions of these inner methods of perception, and after death it is upon these that you will rely.  They are used in out-of-body experiences.  They operate constantly beneath normal waking consciousness so that you can even become familiar with the nature of perception after death, now.

In other words, the environment, conditions, and methods of perception will not be alien.  You are not suddenly thrust into an unknown; that unknown is a part of you now.  It was a part of you before this physical birth, and will be after physical death.  These conditions, however, have been blotted out of your consciousness in the main, throughout physical history.  Mankind has had various conceptions of his own reality but he has purposely, it seems, turned away from it in the last century.  There are many reasons for this, and we will try to cover some of them.

In many ways then, you are “dead” now – and as dead as you will ever be.

While you go about your daily chores and endeavors, beneath normal waking consciousness you are constantly focused in other realities also, reacting to stimuli of which your physical conscious self is not aware, perceiving conditions through the inner senses, and experiencing events that are not even registered within the physical brain.

After death you are simply aware of these dimensions of activity that you now ignore.  Now, physical existence predominates.  Then, it will not.  Nor, however, will it be lost to you; your memories, for example, will be retained.  You will simply step out of a particular framework of reference.  Under certain conditions you will even be free to use the years seemingly given to you in different ways.

For example: I told you time does not consist of a series of moments, one before the other, though you do perceive it now in that fashion.  Events are not things that happen to you.  They are materialized experiences formed by you according to your expectations and beliefs.  Inner portions of your personality realize this now.  After death you will not concentrate upon the physical forms taken by time and events.  You may use the same elements, as a painter might use his colors.

Perhaps your life span runs for seventy-seven years.  After death you may, under certain conditions and if you choose, experience the events of those seventy-seven years at your leisure – but not necessarily in terms of continuity.  You may alter the events.  You can manipulate within that particular dimension of activity that represented your seventy-seven years.

If you find severe errors of judgment, you may then correct them.  You may perfect, in other words, but you cannot again enter into that frame of reference as a completely participating consciousness following, say, the historical trends of the time, joining into the mass-hallucinated existence that resulted from the applied consciousness of your self and your “contemporaries”.

Some choose this rather than reincarnating, or rather as a study before a new reincarnation.  These people are often perfectionists at heart.  They must go back and create.  They must right their errors.  They use the immediately-past life as a canvas, and with the same “canvas”, they attempt a better picture.  This is a mental and psychic exercise, undertaken by many, demanding great concentration, and is no more hallucinatory than any existence.

You may feel that you want to “relive” certain episodes of your life so that you can understand them better.  Your life’s experience, therefore, is your own.  Such conditions certainly are not alien.  In ordinary living, you often imagine yourself behaving in a different manner than you did, or in your mind re-experiencing events in order to gain greater understanding from them.  Your life is your own personal experience-perspective, and when at death you take it out of the mass physical time context, then you can experience it in many ways.  Events and objects are not absolute, remember, but plastic.  Events can be changed both before and after their occurrence.  They are never stable or permanent, even though within the context of three-dimensional reality they may appear so.

Anything of which you are aware in three-dimensional existence is only a projection of a greater reality into that dimension.  The events of which you are conscious are only those fragments of activities that intrude or appear to your normal waking consciousness.  Other portions of these events are quite clear to you both in the dreaming state and beneath waking consciousness during the day.

If you want to know what death is like, then become aware of your own consciousness as it is divorced from physical activities.  You will find that it is highly active.  With practice you will discover that your normal waking consciousness is highly limited, and that what you thought of once as death conditions seem much more like life conditions.

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