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Started by jbseth, June 17, 2021, 10:03:57 AM
Quote from: jbsethIn the "James" book, both Seth and "James" do seem to hint at the possibility, that these really are maybe not so much different from each other, given the way that they both separately claim that consciousness can and does merge with other consciousnesses.
Quote from: jbsethHi MichaelK, Hi All,Wow. That's a pretty interesting comment MichaelK, thanks for sharing that. While I can't say that I've ever "experienced", these two different POV's simultaneously, I have and can easily "imagine" them at the same time.At one point in the past, while reading a book about the WW2 Battle of Midway, I had for the briefest of moments a "vision" or an "experience" of being a Japanese Navy man, on board one of the Japanese air craft carriers, just moments before the American dive bomber planes, attacked the ship I was on. At that moment, as a Japanese Navy man, I was horribly aware of what a terrible predicament we were in as, bombs and bullets and fuel were all scattered all over the place on the ship at that moment.This was just a fleeting experience, but I've had something similar, having to do with a Native American who was meditating in a field and suddenly two hawks appeared in the sky. I sensed that I was to be called "Two Hawks", in my tribe. Again just a fleeting, vision / experience. I sometimes wonder about these types of experiences. Was I experiencing some sort of past life reality or was I just perhaps experiencing a moment of the life of someone else, kind of like what Jane did and experienced through her "World View of William James" experience.In the "James" book, both Seth and "James" do seem to hint at the possibility, that these really are maybe not so much different from each other, given the way that they both separately claim that consciousness can and does merge with other consciousnesses.-jbseth
Quote from: michaelknow - in that same way that i can light up a path throughout that snowglobe to be my life, we can also - then place our current awareness on all of those snowflakes - in essence, light up all the snowflakes at once. the entire snow globe.be them all, at once.simultaneous time.
Quote from: WindWalkerHow much "time" is in the past? Thats simple. No time is in the past because it is gone. Think of the futire. How much "time" is in the future? Thats simple as well. No time is in the future because it hasn't arrived yet. So that leaves us with the present. How much "time" is in the present? None. Because it would no longer be the present. How long does the present moment last?
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