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Offline Zron

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  “I am”
If two words aren’t enough maybe three would be better.
  “You are that”
Your beliefs are the root.
Your thoughts are the plant.
Your reality is the fruit.

Offline LarryH

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I can explain reality in one word: "Consciousness".

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Sena, wandering from your link I found this: Absolute. I thought it was a nice find.

BTW I started a new topic under Seth Validated by Science: https://speakingofseth.com/index.php?topic=1394. I had typed up the post a couple of days ago and finally had the time to put it up. It's about "reality."  ;)
« Last Edit: April 28, 2018, 08:35:55 AM by Deb »

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Quote from: Deb
Sena, wandering from your link I found this: Absolute. I thought it was a nice find.
Deb, yes it is interesting. The question is whether the Absolute is the same as Seth's All That Is. Some would say that a part of the Absolute is "up there in heaven." This is what Seth says about heaven:

"There is no heaven and hell in Christian terms."
—The Early Sessions, Book 7 Part One Of Seth’s Lecture To Pat’s Boston High School Class March 25, 1967

If we say that the Absolute exists in Framework 2 as well as Framework 1, that might be the Sethian interpretation.

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Quote from: Sena
The question is whether the Absolute is the same as Seth's All That Is.

That was my first reaction. I would say yes.


 

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