Friday, June 1, 2018

Rita on Meeting un-crystallized personalities

Meeting un-crystallized personalities

From DeMarco, Frank. Rita's World Vol 2: A View from the Non-Physical (Kindle Location 2399). Rainbow Ridge Books. Kindle Edition".

(Q) [Craig Hendricks: "Maybe I don't quite understand the idea of a personality that fully forms/develops (crystallizes?) or does not.  As a medium, when we hold Healing Circles, everyone who comes in to assist the 3D person at the center of the Circle is obviously fully formed and continuing.  I have yet to see any circle where the entire non-3D family, of the focus of the circle, does not show up. Admittedly, I have only a relatively small population of examples. However, I find it unimaginable that what we are experiencing is not the norm.  At least, at that stage, everyone and their entire non-3D family must be fully formed and continuing as set personalities.  Strands, if you will.  Am I missing something from what has been discussed before?"]

(A)  This is more a problem of language than a misunderstanding. Think of the personalities that do not crystallize as merely potential that did not actualize, and you will get a useful concept.  It isn't strictly accurate, but it will give you an approximately true idea that will be useful.

(Q) A horseback approximation.

(A) Well, a slurring-over of non-productive complications.  It isn't that I couldn't say more, but that the "more" wouldn't be of any use; certainly not at this stage.  We're still always improving our grasp of A by B and of B by A, remember.  The thing for Craig to remember that will help him nowas he wrestles with these concepts is that his perceptions are right and the theoretical complications that language poses are merely theoretical, merely abstractions.  To encounter any uncrystallized being would be as likely and as useful as encountering an unlived potential.  It might be interesting and it might flesh out an understanding, but you couldn't doanything with it.  That's enough for now.

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