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Started by Deb, May 05, 2017, 09:14:26 AM
Quote from: DebThe current personality you are, the one who is currently focused on on this physical plane?The "group" of personalities of which you are an equal member of, both past and present, from our point of view?The "you" which is invisible to yourself and who is actually aware of all these invisible things and lives?
Quote from: SenaMy current personality may want to win the lottery, but the group of personalities of which I am an equal member may not want that to happen.
Quote from: DebEach personality keeps sprouting probable realities and personalities and the universe thus on a non-physical level to us...keeps infinitely expanding. Maybe this is "mirrored" on the scientific physical level in the "expanding-universe theory" that scientists are so pleased to speculate about in their usual manner.
Quote from: SenaIf there are an infinite number of probable realities, how can you say that one reality is more valuable than another?
Quote from: LenKopWhy do you think an infinite expansion of probable realities and value creation are incompatible?
Quote from: LenKopSeth and Jane Roberts, Seth Materials, Seth Speaks, Nature of Personal Reality, plus more!
Quote from: LenKopand here again, private impulses are basically meant to guide each individual toward avenues of expression and probable activities suited best to his or her development. They are meant, therefore, as aids to help organize action, and to set free will more effectively into motion. Otherwise, free will would be almost inoperable in practical terms: Individuals would be faced by so many choices that any decisions would be nearly impossible. Essentially, the individual would have no particular leaning toward any one action over any other.'
Quote from: SethPsychologically, your impulses are as vital to your being as your physical organs are. They are as altruistic, or unselfish, as your physical organs are (intently), and I would like that sentence read several times. And yet each impulse is suited and tailored directly to the individual who feels it. Ideally (underlined), by following your impulses you would feel the shape, the impulsive shape (as Ruburt says) of your life. You would not spend time wondering what your purpose was, for it would make itself known to you, as you perceived the direction in which your natural impulses led, and felt yourself exert power in the world through such actions. Again, impulses are doorways to action, satisfaction, the exertion of natural mental and physical power, the avenue for your private expression — the avenue where your private expression intersects the physical world and impresses it.'
Quote from: SenaDeb, the problem as I see it with "the infinite expansion of probable realities" is that it seems to be incompatible with the creation of value. Each individual conscious being co-operates with All That Is in the creation of more and more scenarios which give value to life. If there are an infinite number of probable realities, how can you say that one reality is more valuable than another?
Quote from: SenaQuote from: LenKopSeth and Jane Roberts, Seth Materials, Seth Speaks, Nature of Personal Reality, plus more!Len, no I don't have a reference. Are you sure Seth said that there are an infinite number of probable realities?I suppose this could be a limitation of the human mind. What we are accustomed to is a limited number of options and we choose what we feel is best. If there were an infinite number of options I would be paralysed with indecision.P.S. Sorry, I wanted to quote your entire post, but the forum software did something different.
Quote from: barrieIn the predream state you directly encounter a reality in which those probabilities exist all at once to your perception. In a dazzling display you are aware of such events from INFINITE perspectives.
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