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Quote from: usmaakI define my self through my significance, by what I consider significant for my chosen focus or line of development. My significance is my boundary. It is inviolate; it cannot be breached by another consciousness. I am completely safe within my significance
Quote from: SenaQuote from: usmaakI define my self through my significance, by what I consider significant for my chosen focus or line of development. My significance is my boundary. It is inviolate; it cannot be breached by another consciousness. I am completely safe within my significanceusmaak, very important quotes. I am not sure whether i completely understand Lynda, may be 90%. Lynda's books are one interpretation of the Seth teachings; other interpretations may be possible. I think it is a mistake to slavishly follow the Seth books. We need to make our own interpretations.
Quote from: usmaakI'm still more than half convinced that we get this one life and then we're worm food.
Quote from: LyndaWhat my inner self needs of me is trust. Trust is what I am learning in my chosen field of significance. And the more I choose trust over doubt and fear, the more my inner self and I grow into our potential.
Quote from: SenaQuote from: usmaakI'm still more than half convinced that we get this one life and then we're worm food.usmaak, i have to say that I am not absolutely certain about life after death. May be 90% certain.
Quote from: T.M.I figure either there is life after death and the gist of what Seth and others say about inner powers and etc is true; or it isnt.If it's not true, then upon death all awareness will go away. You wont be aware of yourself, or what you thought and felt, etc. You wont miss anything, simply because you will not be aware it ever existed.
Quote from: T.M.I guess when I look at the beauty in life, simply how bodies of any type are so beautifully constructed, be it human, animal, plant, planet. All I can see is an immensely intelligent creative force or being behind it all.Plus there's the whole energy never dies it just changes it form thing as well
Quote from: usmaakOne of my gifts is my ability to pretend to leave the spacious present, and I do this for my own growth and expansion, or value fulfillment.
Quote from: usmaakI'd imagine that is how most atheists see the world. Not claiming you're an atheist, just that I am.
Quote from: usmaakThe problem with that is I get lost so easily and I tend to put a negative spin on things because I'm not the most positive person. I'm still more than half convinced that we get this one life and then we're worm food. That's a sucky way to live. I've often said that I wished that I could believe in religion because of the whole we continue on in some form thing.I try with this stuff but I find the Seth material to often be way too difficult to grasp. I'll find myself reading the same sentence over and over again because it's just words that mean nothing. It's very frustrating and what I need is someone to say, "look dude, this is what he's trying to say."
Quote from: usmaakIf the Seth material is to be believed, then this life is just one of many. Nobody ever dies for real. When I'm feeling more confident in the material, I imagine it being like waking up from a dream, but with full recall of the dream content.
Quote from: ZyWhat value would there be to ignore a tool because someone else says it's dangerous? If we're not here to experiment than what are we doing?
Quote from: usmaakAs far as atheism is concerned, it is the easiest thing in the world. It's far easier to not believe in something for which you haven't ever seen a shred of proof, than it is to have faith in it. For me, faith is one of the most difficult things in the world.
Quote from: ZyElisha taught me that one of the worst problems and limitations of English is that when sentences are constructed—whether to write or speak aloud or to think, privately, in the mind—is the trouble with identity words: I, me, and mine.
Quote from: Zy I do remember him saying once: "Truth is less important than what you love." Unsettling, to be sure. Humans surely screw up when the subject is love. But perhaps he was speaking of something far beyond mere human proclivities. Perhaps what Entity loves is not subject to the same "mistakes." I do not know.
Quote from: ZyIf I remember correctly, it was when I was in touch with Elisha in one of our communications that the subject of faith came up in this context. Elisha's focus in that session seemed to be belief systems. His viewpoint seemed to be that a belief system was a belief system and that both religion and atheism qualified. Thus what religious people believed and what atheists believed were both examples of faith.
Quote from: Sena@Zy may I ask you whether Elisha's teachings differ from those of Seth and, if so, what are the differences. For instance, has Elisha taught anything similar to the Sethian concept of "entities"?
Quote from: ZyShanticlera coached me on how to "die," which, she said, was like returning "home" and receiving a huge, warm hug from the universe. Entity is what I now think that was. "I" left the body and the image I was never returned. I became something new. I had "reincarnated" a new image of myself and it filled every cell and molecule of my body. I was entirely new and entirely free from the ravages of obsolete identity.
Quote from: ZyIn 10 words or less ... hahaha, I wouldn't even try that challenge!
Quote from: DebI've often looked back at the different "mes" I've been during different times in my life, in retrospect they feel like different incarnations during one lifetime.
Quote from: ZyThe teachings in Source seem to be the same. The actual words that were channeled were quite different. This is what makes me skeptical of words. I believe more in where the words come from than the words themselves.
Quote from: ZyHe had no patience for what he called an "obsolete identity." An identity that can't. "If you can't do something you want or need to do, perhaps it's time to become someone else who CAN."
Quote from: Zy It was 100% a metaphysical crisis, having nothing to do with the physical body.
Quote from: Zy I am was unique and would be preserved as long as I chose to preserve it,
Quote from: ZyI was free of the limitations that were the consequence of the obsolete identity of my former self (image). There was no comparison of the two. We might as well have been "strangers" to each other. And yet, we were also One.
Quote from: Zy Images, he said, are collectors. We collect things. In the human machine, we write what we collect in the neuropathways of our brains. Each image has its own, unique, "energy signature."
Quote from: DebSo with your not being the same soul you had been before, that tells me are a new incarnation, with a new soul identity (or frequency, as I think of it). As opposed to maybe switching tracks over to a different probable self. I wonder how often that happens. And you retain the memories of the other you. That's close to entity privileges.
Quote from: leidlI find Elisha's impatience a little anxiety-inducing, though. I hope my guide isn't the sort that wants to hurl me off a cliff so that I will learn that I can grow wings.
Quote from: KylePierceSo, we can have a self-image, or for that matter, an image of someone else, and we collect "evidence" to substantiate that image.
Quote from: KylePierceEven so, that image may lose its vitality and become an empty husk. Please tell me if this is not your meaning of image....
Quote from: KylePierceI may be in the middle of a QIS of my own. My recent re-entry into the world of Seth/Jane is one part of that.
Quote from: usmaak on May 12, 2021, 08:48:21 AMWhat my inner self needs of me is trust. Trust is what I am learning in my chosen field of significance. And the more I choose trust over doubt and fear, the more my inner self and I grow into our potential. At that point, we are unstoppable.
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