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?)

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