Sunday, August 25, 2019

Ramtha's Definition of Thought

I love the way Ramtha makes such short, concise definitions that seem pretty obvious … and the last sentence here sums things up beautifully.  The challenge, of course, is to go from the intellectual understanding to the living the understanding.  

“Mind is the mission" reminds me of the opening lines to the TV series “Mission Impossible”, with each lifetime being an episode.  Unlike “Mission Impossible”, each lifetime is a success even without struggle or detailed planning.  

Personally, I think it’s much more fun to consciously follow this stream of conscious energy that is the source of our being and to steer our “life boat” in search of fulfillment, love and harmony … enjoying the ride, meeting our soul buddies along the way, and being the best expression of All That Is we can be in the context of this lifetime.

“A thought is a frozen moment, a memory of consciousness.  If we saw consciousness and energy as a stream, then the brain has the capacity to photograph sections of that stream and freeze them.  That moment of photography is called thought.
“Consciousness and energy is what you are.  Mind is the mission.  Thoughts make up the mind.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

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