Sunday, November 18, 2018

Identity confusion

The Transcendors (channeled by Rik Thurston) often referred to 9 dimensional realities and in that context this reality was called a 3rd dimensional reality.  This meant that it contained the dimensions of feeling, thought and the synergy of the two ... apparently a very popular dimensional reality for souls of all descriptions.  3rd dimensional realities could have any number of "physical" dimensions or time dimensions/orientations ... we made it simple having three spatial dimensions (organized in a linear time sequence) but this often leads to confusion between 3rd dimensional realities and 3-D realities.

The Lazaris material, like Seth in this quote, also emphasized the importance of functioning with the synergy of thought and feeling ... not thought (intellect) in isolation ... nor feeling (heart) in isolation.

“The child first explores the components of its psychological environment, the inside stuff of subjective knowledge, and claims that inner territory, but the child does not identify its basic being with either its feelings or its thoughts.
… “Ideally, however, children finally claim their feelings and their thoughts as their own.  They identify naturally with both, finding each valid and vital.  By the time you are an adult, however, you have been taught to disconnect your identity from your feelings as much as possible, and to think of your personhood in terms of your intellectual orientation.  Your identity seems to be in your head.  Your feelings and your mental activity therefore appear, often, quite contradictory.  You try to solve all problems through the use of reasoning alone.
“You are taught to submerge the very intuitive abilities that the intellect needs to do its proper work – for the intellect must check with the feeling portions of the self for feedback, for support, for knowledge as to biological conditions.  Denied that feedback, it can spin on endlessly in frenzied dry runs.”
(The Magical Approach: Seth Speaks About The Art Of Creative LivingSession Six)

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