Sunday, September 30, 2018

Tuned Consciousness and changing Inner References to Reality

We tend to think of ourselves almost as static, unchanging.  At the molecular level we're more like a river than a rock ... Deepak Chopra pointed that out in his book "Quantum Healing".  Here, Seth describes the inner flow of consciousness within the patterns of the individual and collective psyche.

Years ago, when I used to get readings from the Transcendors, at one point they referred to me as "process Al".  That really hit home.  What I know as me (aka Al) is a continuously changing perception of the explosion of All That Is in the spacious present ... currently perceiving these time-space possibilities being shared right now with you within Gaia!

It is truly humbling to think how small, yet significant, "process Al" is in the grand scheme of things.  In quantum mechanics (the best metaphor for manifestation that I am aware of) each observation in time and space is popped from a superposition of an infinite possibilities.  Change one of those seemingly insignificant possibilities out of that infinite set and the whole thing changes. Similarly, every perception, every thought and feeling and action that we individually play out in our 3D reality changes the whole being of All That Is.

By the way, I'm using "humility" in the context of Lazaris's definition of humility: "letting each moment be brand new"!

“The inner references of reality involve a different kind of experience entirely, with organizational patterns that mix and merge at every conceivable point.  You tune your consciousness while you sleep as one might tune a piano, so that in waking reality, it clearly perceives the proper notes and values that build up into physical experience.  Those inner fields of reference in which you have your existence are completely changing themselves as your experience is added to them, and your own identity was couched in those references before birth as you understand it.”
(Dreams, “Evolution” and Value Fulfillment Vol 2Session 938)

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