Wednesday, October 30, 2019


“So God, primary consciousness, you might say went about its great mission to make known the unknown interacting with all that it was, all that it loved, but went on and walked away and kept creating in yonder valley.  The Gods are mining creation here – that is their mission – but what they have left behind is never behind.  We call each creation simply life, the life being the analogical expression that God gave as consciousness and awareness to that form.
“In life and its awareness, whether it be the seeds of its own regeneration, the doingness of created life brings back to the creator the great gift.  The great gift in simplistic terms is that all of these lifeforms, these ideas from the mind of God, really didn’t come from the mind of God.  They came from God as consciousness and energy, and it was God who gave them life.  The continuation of their life and the propagation of their ability to idealize concepts – even mass to mass to create and to experience – generated a form of thought.  We know clearly that it is not the brain that creates mind, nor is it consciousness and energy, although it is the substance in which mind would spring.  Mind is a phenomenon that is the result of consciousness and energy on the brain, its ability to move within its river of consciousness upon its vista to perpetuate and create within its capacity so the mind of that living form will flow back into the God mining new life in the valley.  That is called the gift back to God.  It is called essentially the mind of God.  God has no mind.  Mind is the reporting card of the adventures of life, and God’s mind is determined then by what has been created and its free will to live.
(Ramtha:  Parallel Lifetimes, Fluctuations in the Quantum Field)

Tuesday, October 29, 2019


According to Lazaris, change happens between the moments we manifest ... i.e. it happens in no time
and it is happening all the time.  Each moment is completely brand new.  We don't fix the past, we manifest completely new moments.

Change often appears to take time and struggle ... that's just a dance in time that we do based upon the beliefs that we hold.

It's fun some mornings when you wake up to look around and remember that what you're seeing is completely brand new .... and to look at the people in your life the same way, because they're brand new too.

Enjoy the journey!

“When you start to change, it is not about hurting anyone.  It is about the liberation of yourself.  When you change, the Observer up there changes in you and your whole life is going to go through a metamorphosis, and when it re-forms, it will reflect exactly your state of mind.  You have nothing to lose by loving yourself, only the past.
“What have you got to gain?  I am going to teach you how to dream like a God, how to accept the dream and to love the dream, to know that whatsoever sits here in the frontal lobe is, and to know the difference between the personality and the Spirit when it thinks.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Monday, October 28, 2019


We all know that feeling of stagnation … it’s sort of the opposite of fulfillment.  

That said, there is a need for  balance in a life and to respect the “In breath - Out breath” of manifestation.  

We live in a collective/consensus reality which means that it’s a cooperative adventure.  We also see our life only as a sequence of very limited 3D snapshots and through the lens of our imprinted belief system.  

I find Seth and Lazaris help a lot in giving each moment of life deeper meaning.  Seth takes the higher ground of the evolution of humanity and our consciousness … the great adventure that we’ve all signed up for.  Lazaris does that too, but they also provides techniques to improve our  conscious creation/manifestation abilities and, perhaps most important (in my view), techniques to connect with our Higher Self … the real self that sees the bigger picture.

Enjoy the moments.

“If you look at your life and go, “My God, I did create all of this; why couldn’t I have done better,” what is better?  You can only do what you know.  It is just that no one ever told you this and anytime someone tried to, there was always someone there to ridicule it.  No one ever gave you permission to dream.  Furthermore, no one ever told you the science of it.  No one ever gave you permission to change your life and to say that is good, because I want you to know that God is all about change.
“What is stagnant in in our life is boring.  It has been lived.  It has been done.  It has been thought.  It has been tasted, smelled, and felt.  That is boring.  That is stagnation to the Spirit.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Unhappiness is a disease

“And if you took all of this knowledge, if you find forgiveness isn’t about asking anyone else but it is about asking yourself, if you are tired of being unhappy and make up your mind to be happy, then this day has served its purpose well.  You will find also that you will become healthier and happier and younger.  Unhappiness is a disease that always manifests in the body.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Friday, October 25, 2019


We've probably all had moments where we've lost track of time.  That's when we are having a "soul" experience ... a sense of true fulfillment.

Lazaris describes several techniques for manifestation.  One of the simplest is to hold an image/feeling of what we desire for 33 seconds and then to release the focus with the expectation that there will be manifested signs of results in the next 72 hours.  It sounds simple, but it's often not that easy.  Try holding an image/feeling in mind for 33 seconds without a single change to the image or other thought.  Then try releasing that image with the confidence/expectation that the desired future outcome is yours ... and not to doubt or fuss about it after.  This takes practice.  It also requires that we process/clarify our building blocks and tools of manifestation for this to work.  For example, Lazaris speaks of a woman who dreamed of having a red corvette ... two days later her neighbour bought the car of her dreams.  The problem was that she held beliefs that metaphysics doesn't work so she manifested that belief!  

Have a look at the manifestation section on my website ( for more information and techniques.


“How long can you hold this focus up here in the frontal lobe? … In order to do that, it is sort of like working on a computer, making an image stay on the computer, and then slowly changing the image but never turning the computer screen off.  In the human body that is called focus.  The human personality doesn’t like to do that.  The personality likes to fly around and reconnect its boundaries.  The only aspect of you that has the power to hold the focus is the spiritual being that you really are, and it can make the focus stand still.  The moment you become that focus you lose all sense of time, place, and being. Suddenly you forget you are in this room, you forget you are in this body, but suddenly you are what you are focusing upon.  It is called analogical mind.  The moment you hit analogical mind you have set, as the Observer, this dream into being.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Thursday, October 24, 2019

The little voice in our head

Lazaris points out that desire, imagination and expectation are the tools we all use for manifestation.  The "doubt" that Ramtha speaks of here is the lack of expectation ... which is often our biggest hurdle for conscious manifestation.

That little voice in our head that Ramtha talks about is the one programmed in by our culture and surroundings … the foundational belief system that underpins our adult lives.  Parental attempts to control children during the “terrible two’s” etc. often produce a belief that we are unworthy of our dreams and/or we are never good enough (a type-A personality trait).  These strategies are effective in the near term but have unfortunate long-term limiting consequences.  That’s probably why the little voice in our head is often the voice of a parent, a religious figure, or a school teacher.

“The dream comes on in the brain, and the moment you become utterly involved, surrender to it, there is a little voice inside your head.  The brain doesn’t have a voice but it can mouth words and it knows how to think words because it has memorized them.  So, from its memory bank comes this little voice that says, “It is only a dream.  It doesn’t come true,” or “You are not worthy of it.  Get real.”  It is an opinion voice – that is all that it is – and when the dream appears, it has got a cancer on it because that dream has every right to affect energy fields as your arm does.  Ask yourself, “Does my brain really know the difference?”  Haven’t you ever heard a great master say, “This is but an illusion?”  Well, it is.  Now everything you are capable of putting together, is.  All you have to do is remove your doubt.  If you hold doubt to it, you lose.  Doubt just keeps the old, the common.  If you remove doubt, what have you to lose?  What you have to lose are the old dreams in place of the new one.  That is all.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

The Censor - A Borrowed Observer

Bruce Lipton draws a distinction between "nature" (the programming in our DNA) and "nurture" (the wiring of the brain).  The brains wiring develops from within the womb and is pretty much established by puberty.  This wiring is learned from the external environment and is the embodiment of Ramtha's "Borrowed Observer".  Working with the Shadow, for example, is one technique to become aware of this Observer programming and to reprogram ourselves.  

By the way, neurolinguistic programming (NLP) is often used to program the brain, generally to achieve political or commercial aims.  The brain gets rewired due to repetitive action with emotional charge ... it is NLP that taught us to overcome the natural instinct to avoid smoke and fire so that an industry selling cigarettes, etc. could be established and make money!  Given this, it is important that we always be conscious in each moment and make conscious choices, otherwise this insidious "Borrowed Observer" just grows and morphs throughout our life.

“What you have done is that you believe someone’s lie, someone’s reality.  You borrowed their Observer and you put it in your brain.  And what was their Observer?  It is called an opinion.  Their opinion said, “Well, dream on, because I don’t believe in dreams.  I believe you have to work every day for your daily bread.  If you are a man, you have to work by the sweat of your brow and use your brain to unseat other men and always maintain power and control.  If you are a woman, use your feminine prowess to keep the man in line who brings home the money so you can get what you want.  You can never let your guard down.”  Well, that is called the school of good etiquette.  It is opinion.  But in the dreaming brain it is attached to a neuronet that says, “You are not real.  My arm is real, but you are not real.”  So, we have the dream but we have a censor connected to it.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Monday, October 21, 2019


True dreaming is bigger than this lifetime.  I like the neuron analogy for incarnations ... i.e. incarnations are living and interacting simultaneously in their respective realities just like neurons. Karmic connections are similar to the dendrites of neurons ... i.e. the pathways of energetic exchanges between past, future and other lifetimes.  When the Higher Self dreams, these dreams appear differently to each incarnation and differently at each level of each psyche (conscious, subconscious, unconscious, etc.).

Lazaris talked about how we launch a journey of awakening in our lifetime.  We do it by either awakening love, awakening unconditional love, learning to consciously manifest and developing communication and union with the Higher Self.  From my experience: a living, real, conscious connection with the Higher Self is essential for "putting the self back together" and being in harmony with the greater dream that is our multidimensional True Self.

Lazaris makes a distinction between dreams and fantasies.  Dreams are part of the manifestation process while fantasies represent things we don’t really have any intent to manifest (like reading fiction books).  Here, Ramtha points out that true dreaming is like high magic … i.e. it involves the True Self comprising multiple incarnations and past and future possibilities. 
It’s difficult for us since we only see snapshots of reality coloured by our beliefs and we never see the big picture for this lifetime, let alone the complete set of all lifetimes.  I suppose that’s what makes it such a captivating and fulfilling experience.

“Why is it that some dreams don’t come true?  Based on this model, the Observer creates reality with what the Observer focuses upon.  Why would some of your dreams not come true?  This is very important because for those of you who are skeptical, you know where your skepticism comes from?  Your skepticism comes from knowing full well that life is very hard, and real is very difficult, and daydreaming is for idiots.
“You only know the bottom line.  Your skepticism has prevented the greater dreams ever manifesting because the dream, whatever it is for you, is a dream made up of multitudinous dendrites in harmony.  This dream has its own neuronet.  It is just as alive in the brain as your arm is alive in your brain.  The brain doesn’t see any difference between your arm and your dream.  Now who does?  It is called the logic center. The logic center is the Antichrist because in this center everything is weighed whether it is good or bad, yes or no, higher or lower, past or future, black or white, all of those silly things.  Logic is about judging.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Making Known the Unknown

This Ramtha quote sort of describes the Lazaris tools of manifestation, namely Desire, Imagination and Expectation.  

I tend to see things more abstractly than Ramtha’s seeming fixation on the physical brain … since we manifest the brain and body and perceptions all at once out of energy.  That said, I can see where the brain and body is like a process in the World of Action … where the processes of manifestation take place for each of us.  What we see as the physical brain and neuronets are symbolic representations of abstract processes taking place in the Causal and Astral planes of the World of Action. This makes me think of the movie The Matrix!

“It is the dreaming brain, given permission by the Spirit, that has created the life to make known the unknown and to create mind.  So, everything that you can see in your life, taste, smell, and feel, you have manifested.  That is the sum total of your mindful effort.”(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Unconditional Love

True Unconditional Love is not possible in a duality … since the requirement that there be no conditions is, in itself, a condition.  The best one can do is awaken the Godling within … and activate all the components of the Valued Self.

That is a lifelong journey … but the journey can be filled with as much love and fun as you believe is possible.


Lazaris describes Unconditional Love as follow (see my website

Unconditional Love is not about loving more or better;  its not love on steroids!  Rather, Unconditional Love is the result of a process by which we awaken our Valued Self - a process of Self Realization - wherein we release the deeply held, unconscious baggage (our Shadow) that limits our ability to be a clear expression of ourselves.  The process of awakening Love described earlier, is outward looking - how we give and receive love from those which we perceive as external to ourselves.  To Love Unconditionally means that we can love non-dualistically and without strings attached or limitations.  To do this we have to look inwards and awaken the seven components of the Valued Self:

Ramtha is saying basically the same thing (in simplified form) in today's quote:

“If we are Gods, as I have told you, then we are endowed with the responsibility of acting like them.  If we are Gods, it is up to no one to make us happy but ourself.  When we do love that which we are, then the God reigns in us because God is a giver and not a taker.  Then you can love unconditionally all people because you can love without the condition that they reciprocate.  Why would you need reciprocation if it is already in you?  This is the ultimate freedom and this is ultimately how a master loves.  And isn’t it beautiful?  You don’t have to worry about loving people anymore if they are too thin, or they are too old, or they are too young, or the color of their skin isn’t right, or their balance sheet is in the negative.  All that disappears because the genuineness of what you are is already there, and it has room for everyone.
“This is what we mean by unconditional love must be given to you first.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Friday, October 18, 2019

A life well worth it

When we think of how many breaths we take in a lifetime … and each one has the possibility to make life well worth living!

Enjoy the moments!

“If you live this entire life in stupidity and ignorance and the last day of your life suddenly the sunrise become important to you, seeing the next day, the morning, then that morning you have a communion with life and with nature that in the blindness of your youth and the retirement of your middle age you never looked at and never felt.  And if that last morning you are one with those golden rods of light dancing on your windowpane and if you catch yourself in every moment being a part of that, when you expire that will be the most important day of your life.  Then the life was well worth it.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Thursday, October 17, 2019


Ramtha’s comments on depression are interesting and insightful.  In our world we tend to define “normal” very narrowly and panic when some behaviour or condition deviates from the collective “normal”.  Life is a bit like the breath … in breaths, out breaths, pauses.  Depression (other than due to structural or chemical imbalances) is like hitting the pause button.  It’s a chance to digest and process reality, to regroup.  It’s a pretty natural state for introverts since they’re  routinely processing stuff internally.  Our society and media is more focused on extroverts so these pauses seem to be abnormal and cause for concern.

“What I want to say to you that is so vitally important is when you do look at yourself honorably, you do yourself a great service.  If you lose your joy and you become sad for a while – understanding this isn’t a medical condition – it is moving back and endeavoring to have more knowledge come up for self, allowing the brain to change without the hysteria of emotion.  That is why we seek the safe haven in the midbrain.  That is what depression is.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Don't look for happiness outside of yourself

Ramtha’s quote shows one of the challenges for extroverts and the impossibility of successful co-dependent relationships.  Unfortunately, our popular media are full of how we should look and what we should have.  Chasing these commercial dreams leads to a hollowness of being and frustration.  

Lazaris draws a distinction between happiness and joy.  They define happiness as “completion of your needs” while joy is “the fulfillment of your dreams”.  I like joy!!!!!

“I began this little talk to you because I want you to know that understanding your life does not have to mean the end of your happiness.  Oftentimes it is the beginning of it.  You have looked around to everybody to try to find joy.  You know, you have married people and made them promise you that they were going to love you.  How about you promising you that you are going to love you?  Why in the world did you place that burden on someone else?  No one is capable of doing that.  There isn’t even a master in the unseen that has the power to love for you.  Why do you expect a mere mortal like yourself to be so responsible for loving you?
“Finding happiness in other people is only looking for misery because they are all going to disappoint you, just like you have disappointed everyone.  How many people were disappointed because you didn’t turn out the way they thought you should or look the way they think you should?  How many people have been disappointed or embarrassed by your crudeness or grossness?  You disappoint people all the time. That is nothing new.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

When you love yourself

“Now what happens when you work that way on yourself?  The agreement changes.  The people that now come into your life all share the common denominator and love who they are.  They are roguishly independent.  They think more of their mind than their bodies and they find substance in an evening wind and find love in nature.  And if they can do that, they most certainly have love for you because you deserve it.  You never get what you don’t deserve in life.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Love who you are

“… the greatest way you are going to get love is to love yourself enough to release it (guilt, shame, victimhood).  How do you release it?  You replace that neuronet, hook it up.  Instead of “the sun”, hook it up to “a banana.”  And when the brain, as the computer, has the programming right, that is what will always fire.  That is true forgiveness and that is the act of self-love.
“You love yourself.  Never torture yourself.  Love yourself.  Never compare yourself to anyone else.  There is not anyone else like you.  You love yourself.  Don’t think love has to do with what you look like.  Love has to do with everything of substance in you.  So, give yourself love.  There is no one like you, so stop being like everyone else.  Stop thinking the world owes you something.  It doesn’t owe you anything.  You owe yourself.  Love yourself to forgive people in your life.  It is not that you just want them to be forgiven, it is you who want to be forgiven.  That is loving yourself.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

When we give up shame

“So, what happens if you give up shame?  It is amazing.  When that is given up in the brain, some part of your life is going to change almost immediately because the shame, fear, guilt, and lack are all held into place by a thought.  Feeling is secondary.  Emotion is secondary.  Emotion cannot come unless it is first thought.  What if we abolish it?  Then there is no longer an Observer on a field creating the rebound effect of suffering, because if you did something to someone long ago or only yesterday and you feel the guilt of what you did, you will suffer because of guilt.  You will have nothing to do anymore with that person because guilt becomes the primal thought process in the brain.
“When we put together a thinking reality where you think, “It is a beautiful day today,” imagine the brain firing all those pictures.  “It is a beautiful day today.”  It had to fire those pictures before it could even utter the words.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Monday, October 7, 2019

We can change the picture

We tend to define ourselves (our materialized personality) by our personal story … the movie of our life that we continuously replay and update from moment to moment.  Here, Ramtha points out that we actually do have the choice in what movie we call the “life of me”.  Both Lazaris and Seth point out that the past, like the future, is mutable … i.e. when we change our story then we do change our past and probable futures.

“What happens then if the light of reason and what you have learned here today abolishes your shame?  How is your life going to change?  This is the way it changes.  You have held together people, places, things, times, and events in your life, everything you have done by the personality.  It holds it into place.  How do we know that?  Because those people, places, things, times, and events would not be in your life if first they were not in your brain.
“So, there is a continuous Observer.  The brain personality is the cumulative Observer in the field of energy.  Everything you can see in your life, every person that you know intimately in your life, everything you ever did in your life, the four walls that you call the hovel in your life, are all held together by the cumulative effect of the yellow brain’s personality.  That is who you are, all the way to the kinds of pictures you hang on the wall and your favorite colors.  Your favorite colors are the predominant neuronet in the brain everything will be colored by.  You cannot think without the brain.  Thinking is the firing of a sequence of thoughts, and each thought is hooked up to a neuron.  When they fire cumulatively they produce a picture.
“We can change the picture. … At will we can make the computer form the picture.  Whatever we rest upon is what is causing reality out here to be held into place.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Blame is a neuronet, it can be changed

Today’s Ramtha shows that blame is just a thought in the brain … and, like any thought, it can be changed.  That’s what we do when we make conscious choices and decisions … we literally reprogram the brain and clear out “the trash” that was programmed into our neuronets throughout our formative years.  Working with the “Shadow” is another example of locating and changing negative/limiting neuronets with conscious intent.

Lazaris draws a distinction between “processing” and “programming” in learning to consciously manifest the reality of our dreams.  “Processing” involves become aware of our pre-programmed raw materials of manifestation - namely, our attitudes, beliefs, choices, decisions, thoughts and feelings; then to make conscious choices to reprogram/remove limiting raw materials such as the blame neuronet.   Processing also includes sharpening our tools of manifestations: desire, imagination and expectation.  

Only after we’ve done enough of that (it’s never complete and doesn’t need to be perfect) can our life become more enjoyable and we can live the life our spirit is dreaming for us.

“What happens is you have formulated a really rigid way of thinking.  You haven’t allowed your brain to mix it up yet.  And who determines the mixing up?  It is you who do that, so you are really set in blame.  But all blame is, is a neuronet.  It doesn’t exist anywhere out there.  Where is your blame?  Show me.  I don’t see it.  It is in here in the brain.  Why is it important to change the program?  Because when you change the program you change the pictures.  What happens when blame is let go and we shine the light of knowledge into this dark hole?  Then we begin to think anew.  The brain starts to react anew.  The Spirit starts filling you with a feeling that feels right.  The brain and reason argue with the feeling.  Who do you go with, a set way of thinking or something that feels right?  It has always been your choice.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Friday, October 4, 2019


In this quote, Ramtha is defining the personality as perceived by the "Outer Ego" (Seth terminology) ... the ego that acts as our interface with our 3D manifestations ... it's also the ego that we perceive in others.

Lazaris goes further and defines "identity" as "everything we say, think or do".  Identity is therefore context dependent, so Lazaris likens our identity to a string of pearls.  We tend to think of identity as fixed ... or only found by going to a mountain top and asking a seated guru!

Lazaris's "identity" is the sum total of all of Ramtha's personality moments of expression.

“What is thought?  Pictures.  Where did the pictures come from?  The brain.  Does a brain have its own way of thinking?  Yes, it is called personality.  What is personality?  A personality is the sum total of neuronet programming.  What is emotion?  Emotion is the hormone reaction to that neuronet personality.  What does that mean?  That means that as a little child you were allowed to grow and to explore and to become – it is called the time of innocence – before a great maturity took you over.  That maturity was the deep wisdom of Spirit.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Pride in suffering

A lot of "metaphysical or spiritual people", from my experience, will not let go of past suffering but rather wear it as a badge of honour.  Similarly, if one is living what appears to be a magical life without a great deal of suffering, they are deemed to have no credibility.  Suffering is turned into a manipulation.

In this quote, Ramtha "tells it like it is".

“What happens when you suddenly say, “I did create my life”?  Ah, there is something inside of you that twists and turns and has a vise on your soul that you just can’t quite get it out because your pride is in your suffering.  Arrogant people are those that suffer in pride, and pride won’t let you give it up because it is a pet peeve.  You will say, “Well, this is who I am”.  I will say to you, “That most certainly is, and you can have it.  It is your creation”.  But what if you got over it and just flung it out there, what could possibly happen to you?  A lot, because you never thought that way.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

The "First Pass"

Today's Ramtha quote highlights how many of us never get past clearing baggage from other lifetimes and thus we never achieve the full potential of this lifetime.

“So, what happens when you say, “I created this”?  Think about this.  What was the first pass of your Spirit when it came in?  What did you have a propensity to do?  Maybe the things that you did, you were supposed to do.  Maybe that was the first pass.  That is the unfinished business, and most of you have never even made it out from that first pass to take care of it and moving on.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

The art of forgiveness

“How do you want to wield the power of a master in life?  The way that you wield the power of a master is to liberate your mind from blame and victimization, essentially the past itself.  To be liberated is empowering because if you could have created this kind of suffering, if this life has been nothing but guilt, insecurity, fear, and shame, if you wasted a life doing that, that is where you as the Observer have held it all in orbit.  What happens when you realize that?  It all dissolves.  Don’t you know that the art of forgiveness is not asking someone to forgive you, it is to release them.  Any true spiritual being will never tarry in a mind of guilt and shame.  Those will be dealt with straightaway because knowledge turns the light on.”
(Ramtha:  Who Are We Really?)