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Started by jbseth, November 08, 2019, 09:40:18 AM
Quote from: jbsethGiven what Seth has to say about probable realities, where do you think the world would be today, if this bomb had killed Hitler instead?Any thoughts.
Quote from: jbsethGiven what Seth has to say about probable realities, where do you think the world would be today, if this bomb had killed Hitler instead?
Quote from: T.M.That's an interesting question. I've often asked myself who is responsible for wars, especially ww2. That was the war of my parents generation.I keep coming back to the answer, we are all responsible for the events we participate in.
Quote from: jbsethI'm not aware of any other bombing attempts made against Hitler, but there may have been even more.
Quote from: DebEven harder to comprehend that there are still countries that have dictators and their armies keep their citizens so abused and repressed. Humanity has a ways to go.
Quote from: jbsethMartin Luther was a German Professor of Theology. During his life, he came to reject the Roman Catholic Churches teachings and practices on indulgences. His issues with this became part of his 95 Theses, that he was said to have nailed to the door of a church in protest. This action, of his basically started the "Protestant" formation.
Quote from: jbsethThe responsibility for creation must be clearly understood. You cannot hurt others within your system. To some extent you are, comparatively speaking, in a soundproof and isolated room. Hate creates destruction and in that room, until the lesson is learned, destruction follows destruction.(Smile.) In the terms of other systems that particular kind of destruction is meaningless and does not exist, but you believe that it does, and the agonies of the dying are sorely felt. A vivid nightmare is also sorely felt, but quickly over. It is not that you must be taught not to destroy, for destruction does not actually exist. It is that you must be taught and trained to create responsibly.
Quote from: DebQuote from: jbsethIn addition to this, I think that there might be some interesting synchronistic activities going on here as well?I for one think so. I've noticed for the past couple of weeks our different topics have been crossing over each other like a braid. I've never noticed that before. It feels like there's something going on, some sort of speeding up of things. This Russian Doll of synchronicities for me just came full circle today and I'm blown away. And chuckling to myself:
Quote from: jbsethIn addition to this, I think that there might be some interesting synchronistic activities going on here as well?
Quote from: jbsethBy synchronicities, are you referring to the fact
Quote from: DebBut what I was really referring to involved the clip from the TV show. How often do I think about the Hindenberg? Never. But the mention of Toms River jogged my memory of it. Then there I was, minutes later, watching a WKRP clip where at 2:25 Wes Nesbit says "Oh the humanity." No question in my mind that was an allusion to the broadcaster covering the Hindenberg arrival in Lakehurst, which ended in tragedy. People were jumping out of the zeppelin as it went up in flames. His famous line? "Oh, the humanity." Just another personal synchronicity for me.
Quote from: inavalanWhere I seem to differ a little with my perspective of what's happening, is that those-bad-things aren't done to people by those few bad-people, but what's happening is the materialization of the thoughts and emotions the large mass of people have. Eliminating those actual bad-people won't solve the problems. Those-bad-things will be done, in some similar form, by other bad-people that would step up.To change what's happening, large masses of people have to change their thoughts and emotions, and newer and better thoughts and emotions will materialize into less-bad-things, even better-things.On the other hand, the few people that evolve graduate to other planes of existence, and the pool of humans is replenished with new, less evolved souls. That is why the human society's progress is so slow, if any. In fact, from higher realms' perspective, humanity's progress isn't a goal. This is a place for learning, where freshmen students come, practice, learn, graduate, then new freshmen repeat the cycle.Whatever bad-things happen here, don't negatively affect our non-physical essences.
Quote from: Seth, session 9The consciousness will expand on your planet, just as it expands for those who go beyond your plane. The scope of consciousness will be so broadened in the future that all personality fragments, split personality images, and even individual fragments in succeeding incarnations, will be held in clear focus without strain. It is toward this that evolution on the earthly plane is headed, though of course with its usual donkey-slow rate.In the meantime, when incarnations on the planet earth are finished the entity moves toward this goal anyway. In any case by the time that this goal is reached on the earthly plane, those who have passed from it will have evolved in ways of which even I can only dream. Now rest your hand.
Quote from: jbseth"Do" large masses of people have to change their thoughts and emotions, before we can change what's happening?
Quote from: jbsethPerhaps we won't actually be able to grasp these concepts until we achieve a higher level along the pyramid gestalt, such as that of an inner self or an entity for example.
Quote from: DebI seem to recall Seth saying he really didn't know it all either, even from his "lofty" vantage point.
Quote from: inavalanCurrently, there is a lot of hate in the world that materializes, and will materialize in bad-things happening, including climate change (see Seth on this), unrest, suffering, pain. A seemingly natural way of reacting to these bad-things is to get angry and hateful of those apparently responsible. As Seth explained, hate isn't the way, violence isn't the way. People have to firstly take control of their own thoughts and emotions, and become responsible creators of their own reality. As it is now, most people believe that others have to change, that they themselves are owed to, deserve, are entitled to receive, are right in their thoughts and emotions.
Quote from: Senainavalan was an active member here. He "migrated" to another Seth forum at the end of 2019.
Quote from: DebQuote from: Senainavalan was an active member here. He "migrated" to another Seth forum at the end of 2019.Inavalan was a valuable contributor to this forum, but unfortunately he left because of a conflict with jbseth. He went to https://sethtalks.com/, I'm sure anyone who wants to go there would be welcome. Hopefully it's busier there.
Quote from: jbseth on November 08, 2019, 09:40:18 AMwhere do you think the world would be today,
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