reality seems to have its being in some medium other than flesh and bone.

As a species we are composed of organic tissue, but none of us would deny the reality of our thoughts, for example, yet a thought is not a physical object like a glass that we can hold in our hands. When we try to examine a thought, we instantly change it. The original thought vanishes, to be replaced by a new one. We can only know what a thought is through our own inner experience.


Neither would we deny the validity of psychological insights or emotions or dreams. These are in no way concrete objects, yet they form an important part of our own consciousness. Such subjective experiences seem to be connected with physical matter, but they do not seem to be literally contained within it.tnsb

We say dreams exist “in our heads.” but certainly dreams are not in our heads in the same manner that physical tissue and blood vessels and bones are in our heads. A surgeon can probe into the brain tissue with a scalpel, but no physical examination or operation will disclose s dream or a thought or a psychological experience. No scalpel can cut into a dream as it can pierce the visible fibers inside our bony skulls. Then what do we actually mean when we assume that dreams and thoughts are inside our heads?


The idea is based on the assumption that the human personality is limited by physical matter and held in bounds by the physical self. Therefore, anything belonging to the personality would have to exist within the physical organism. If we are purely physical creatures, then, we would still have to admit that we contained some things that were not physical; otherwise these thoughts and dreams inside of us would have to be physical also, and they are not.


Scientists have theorized that consciousness may be the result of the ways in which the body operates. Even if this were the whole story, and I do not believe it is, then we would still have to admit that part of our reality was not physical, but was born out of physical matter and could not be seen and touched. Nevertheless, because of this attitude we have the idea that reality is determined by physical existence only. (We consider valid only those things which can be judged so by the physical senses.)


It seems to make no difference that physicists have discovered that the senses themselves distort reality, and that we merely create patterns out of atoms and molecules, perceive these as objects and give them names. In general we still act as of physical reality were the only standard by which to measure experience.


We can hardly refer to something which affects us deeply as unreal. We can say that an experience exists in some perspectives and not in others. Many dreams are as vivid as any waking experience, for example, and have as great an effect upon our personalities. The dream may not have a physical reality but it certainly has a psychological reality.


Consciousness is the direction in which the self looks.

Memories of past lives would not be handled by the outer ego, simply because this ego is too concerned with daily life in a physical reality to deal with extra information.


We know too little about too many things to discount such a possibility as foolish or meaningless. We do not know enough about the human personality as it exists in the present to be able to say what it was or was not in the past. Even our idea of time itself is changing. Is it possible that in dreams we see glimpses of our past environments, streets and places we knew in previous lives.


Dreams, key dream symbols, and reincarnation. Dreams are seen as containing information concerning past, present and future, with the key symbols so cunningly chosen by the inner ego that the same symbols make sense to all layers of the subconscious. One symbol, then, could refer to events from the present life and events of a past life, while also holding meaning for the future.

The electrical universe is far different from our idea of it.

Electricity as we perceive it within the physical system is merely like an echo emanation, or a sort of shadow image of these infinite varieties of pulsations. These pulsations give reality and actuality to many phenomena with which we are familiar, but which do not appear as tangible objects within our physical system.


We have seen that all experiences is retained in electrically coded data within the cells, and the material of the cells forms about this coded experience. The ego as it continues to exist gradually builds up an electrical reality of its own as its experiences form into coded data within the cells.


At any given point the ego is complete within electrical reality, as it is psychologically complete within the physical system. This includes, of course, the retention of its dreams as well as the retention of purely physical data.


The electrical system possesses many dimensions of reality that cannot be perceived within the physical system. So far our scientists have only been able to study electricity by observing the projections of it that are perceivable within their frames of reference. As their physical instruments become more sophisticated, they will be able to glimpse more of this reality. But since they will not be able to explain it within their known systems of references, many curious and distorted explanations of reported phenomena will be given.


It is most difficult to hint at the myriad complexity and dimension of the electrical actuality as it exists, when we consider that each of our own thoughts is composed of a unique intensity of impulse, shared by nothing else, and that this same may be said for every dream that you will have in our lifetime; and that all this experience is gathered together in particular ranges of intensities, again completely unique, codified; and this, the summation of all that you are, exists in one minute range or band of intensities. See how difficult it is to explain?


All human beings are also in the same manner electrically composed and everything else, with few exceptions, within the physical field whether or not it exists within physical matter. Our physical filed is contained within its own unique range of intensities, a tiny band of electrical impulses a million times smaller than any one note picked out at random from the entire mass of musical composition that has been written or ever will be written. Yet as we know this is not not meant to give us a sense of futility, for uniqueness brings its own responsibility.


All motion is mental psychological motion, and all mental and psychological motion has electrical reality. The inner self moves by changing or moving through intensities from our physical field. Each new psychological experience opens up a new pulsation intensity, and gives greater actuality within the electrical system gives the result of moving through time within the physical system.

electrical reality of a dream is decoded.

So that its effects are experienced not only by the brain, but in the furthest reaches of the most minute cells of the human body. Dream experiences, long forgotten, are forever contained as electrically coded data. If an effect is felt in any one portion of human experience, then you can be sure that it is felt in all other possible ways, whether or not such an effect is immediately obvious.


Every effect of any kind, experienced by the human being, exists as a series of electrical signals and codes that in themselves form a pattern that is an electrical pattern.


They exist with the cells, or I should more properly say that the cells form about them. These electric coded signals then form about them. These electric coded signals then form electric counterparts of complete experience, as it has been felt by a given individual. That pattern is independent of the physical system, while residing in it. Each individual from birth on forms his own counterpart from built up, individual, continuous electric signals. At physical death his/her personality then exists in more or less complete form, and of course escapes the sort of ending that it would suffer if it were an integral part of the physical system.


The electrical pattern is the personality, with all the experiences of earthly time. It can then join or partake of the inner self. Though the ego was adapted ordinarily by the inner self and was also a product of physical heredity and environment, it does not die, but its existence is changed from physical reality into electrical reality. It is still individual. No individuality is lost but becomes part of the inner self, and its experiences are added to the total experiences of the many personalities that have composed the inner self.

God knows itself through the flesh

God may know itself through a million or a thousand million other worlds, as so may I–but because this world is, and because I am alive in it, it is more than appearance, more than a shackle to be thrown aside. It is a privilege to be here, to look out with this unique focus, with these individual eyes; not to be blinded by cosmic vision, but to see this corner of reality which I form through the miraculous connections of soul and flesh.


Cherish the gifts of the gods. Don’t be so anxious to throw your individuality back into their faces, saying, ‘I’m sick to death of myself and of my individuality; it burdens me.’ Even one squirrel’s consciousness, suddenly thrown into the body of another of its kind, would feel a sense of loss, encounter a strangeness, and know in the sacredness of its being that something was wrong. Wear your individuality proudly. It is the badge of our godhood. We are god living a life–being, desiring, creating. Through honoring oneself, we honor whatever it is God is, and become a conscious co-creator.

this passion for nonbeing, this denial of sensual life, that drives so many gurus and prophets

They speak out against desire while propelled by the overwhelming desire to lose themselves. They luxuriate in a kind of cosmic masturbation, titillating their psychic organisms into pitches of mindless excitement; cavorting in orgasms of self-surrender. They bask in a sort of universal steam bath that drives all impurities of individuality or creativity from their souls, leaving them immerses, supposedly forever, in a bliss beyond description; in which, indeed, their own experience disappears.

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Thank God that some god managed to disentangle itself from such psychic oneness, if that’s what it’s  supposed to be. Thank God that some god loved itself enough to diversify, to create itself in a million different forms; to multiply, to explode its being inward and outward. Thank God that some god loved its own individuality enough to endow the least and the most, the greatest and the smallest, with its own unique being.


The gurus say: ‘Give it all up.’ One of those we read about today counsels: ‘When you want to do one thing, do another instead. Do not do what you want to do, but what you should do.’ Never trust the self that you are, the gurus say, but the self that you should be. And that self is supposed to be dead to desire, beyond wanting or caring; yet paradoxically, this non-feeling leads to bliss. The gurus say that All That Is is within us, yet tell us not to trust oneself. If All That Is didn’t want appearances, we wouldn’t experience any! Yet appearances, the gurus say, are untruths, changing and therefore false.


Is my body an appearance, hence an untruth amid the truth which is changeless? Ah dear body, then, how lovely and blessed our untruth, which is senate and feels desire though the hollowest of bones. How blessed, bodies, leaping alive from the microscopic molecules that combine to walk down the autumn streets; assemble to form the sweet senses’ discrimination that perceives, for a time, the precise joy and unity of even one passing afternoon. The body’s untruth then, is holier than all truths, and if the body is an untruth then I hereby proclaim untruth, and truth and all the gurus’ truths as lies.


Atlantis, was actually a composite of three civilizations.

Atlantis is a myth in response to a truth. Plato picked up the Atlantis material himself, psychically.


In his dialogues Timaeus and Critias, the Greek philosopher Plato [427?-347? b.c.] described how the fabled island continent of Atlantis sank beneath the ocean west of the Pillars of Hercules–the Strait of Gibraltar–some 12,000 years previously. Looking backward in time, Plato heard the story of Atlantis from his maternal uncle, Critias the Younger, who was told about it by his father, Critias the Elder, who heard about it through the works of the Athenian statesman and lawgivers, Solon, who had lived two centuries earlier [ 640-559 b.c.); and Solon got the story of Atlantis from Egyptian priests, who got it from—-? Whether Atlantis actually existed in historic terms, its location, the time of its suggested demise, and so forth, are of course points strongly contested by scholars, scientists, and others.

perceptions of consciousness are not limited.

For example, that the consciousness of the tree is not as specifically focused as our own. To all intents and purposes, however, the tree is conscious of 50 years before and 50 years hence.


In sense of identity spontaneously goes beyond the change of its own form. It has no ego to cut the “I” identification short. Creatures without the compartment of the ego can easily follow their own identities beyond any changes of form. The inner self is aware of this integrity of identity, but the ego focused so securely in physical reality cannot afford this luxury.

Many scientist are agnostic or atheistic.

If science  represents the “search for the truth,” as it so often reminds us, then eventually it will contend with the kind of gifts she/he demonstrates. Subjective and objective abilities, working together, can create a whole greater than the sum of its parts.

The “Dream-Art Scientist”, “The True Mental Physicist,” and “The Complete Physician”

Quite literally, we live more than one life at a time. With earth being much older than its currently estimated age of 4.6 billions years.

The True Mental Physicist.

Such scientist in our future will be able to allow his/her consciousness to flow into the many open doors (of inner realities) that can be found with no instrument, but with the mind. To throw ones’ consciousness into small physical instruments (computer components, for instance), and perceive their inner activity at the level of, say, electrons. Tuned into his/her own “side-pools of consciousness,” his/her own “probable neurological materialization.”

the sort of “time” available to molecular consciousness

Biological precognition is firmly based in the chromosomes and genes, and reflected in the cells. The cell’s practically felt ‘Now” includes, then, what we think of as past and future, as simple conditions of Nowness. They maintain the body’s structure in our poised time only by manipulating themselves in a rich medium of probabilities. There is a constant give-and-take of communication between the cell as we know it in present time, and the cell as it ‘was’ in the past, or ‘will be.’