Sunday, January 19, 2020

The brain operating in the first plane

Ramtha uses a fairly convoluted hierarchy of planes … much like the Theosophists with their 7 layers of 7 levels.  I’ve come to think there is merit in simplicity … particularly since what these descriptions are trying to describe are realities that are fundamentally unknowable to the brain.

That said, today I do know what frozen thought (and frozen water) feels like!!!!

“Our brain captures a frozen moment out of this eternal river (the infrared, or first plane).  That frozen thought is called a neurological thought in the brain.  That thought then is built upon by more frozen moments out of the river of this consciousness, not the consciousness or energy of the fourth plane or third plane or fifth plane, but the consciousness in which the buoyancy of mass has its dominion.  The brain is functioning in this consciousness (infrared, or first plane), freezing thoughts into neurological forms and putting them into the frontal lobe.  They are observed by the Observer and brought into manifestation in what is called a quantum fluctuation shift.  In that shift, the body simultaneously is prepared chemically for the experience towards climax.  Then the secondary consciousness moves away from the climax back into the brain, and the total experience is now called mind.  Life has now been given on the plane of reality.  God has planted a lovely flower, and as God moves on, the plant is blooming behind God.”
(Ramtha:  Parallel Lifetimes, Fluctuations in the Quantum Field)

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