“Your established fields of knowledge do not grant any subjective reality to cells.
“Cells, however, possess an inner knowledge of their own shapes, and of any other shapes in their immediate environment – this apart from the communication system mentioned earlier that operates on biological levels between all cells.
“To some important degree, cells possess curiosity, an impetus toward action, a sense of their own balance, and a sense of being individual while being, for example, a part of a tissue or an organ. The cell’s identification biologically is highly connected with this [very] precise knowledge of its own shape, or sometimes shapes. Cells, then, know their own forms.”
(Dreams, “Evolution” and Value Fulfillment Vol 2, Session 913)