Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Choosing Wisdom

Lazaris defines wisdom as: living the understanding.

There is a sequence to achieving wisdom in our linear 3D reality.  It starts with data (e.g. "32"), then information (e.g. "32 is 32 degrees Fahrenheit"), then knowledge (information with context, e.g. 32 degrees F is the temperature of that pitcher of ice water), then understanding (being able to create new knowledge, e.g. being able to predict the future temperature of that pitcher of water), then wisdom (e.g. I'll have to add more ice in an hour).  

This example here is pretty trivial ... life is more complex but there is the same sequence.

“What are we to say about mind then?  That the mind is inextricably combined with this static state, this quantum state.  The new life allows us to finish those concepts we started somewhere in this same consciousness.  In this life, we are midstream in creation, and we are addicted to the climax instead of the wisdom.  In this life, our brain is going to add to the quality of the mind by manifesting those opportunities and either reinforcing the field as a static field, a frozen state, or in those interactions come to a state of wisdom in which the state is now a new state, because the new state is going to formulate your new life.”
(Ramtha:  Parallel Lifetimes, Fluctuations in the Quantum Field)

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