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?)

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