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Know Your Guides

We can access the constellation of Guides we have watching over us. It is possible for any one human, with determination and insight, to cultivate communications with many Beings of Light. The only limitations to these explorations are the ones we put on them.

Documenting our explorations in the finest detail seems to be imperative for these voyages within: asking for the names of the various entities, feeling them out for what services they offer, keeping everything organized in the physical arena, and so on. Now let us proceed with some experimentation.

Contacting the Energy Personality

PROOF: Proof is around us. Receiving information from a person who is unconscious. These types of communications will be commonplace in just a few years in our reality. This will be so, partly, because we will be educating the public on how to develop these communications. Again, the closer you look at your perceived reality – the Personal Reality Field that you co-create with All That Is according to your beliefs – the more validation you receive for what I have been saying to mankind/womankind for decades in these blog writings.

Each moment of perceived reality serves as a graphic example of the manifestation of thought into Physicality, Which is related to the Soul, will be the etheric teacher to those of us who are to experience the transition into the Unity of Consciousness Dimension with our “eyes wide open.” We will have read my blogs or received messages from other Energy Personalities and we will have acted on the advice given us.

Many of us, without recognizing the fact, have already been given instruction on the use of our Inner Senses, what to expect in the Fourth Dimension, how to move beyond fear and anger and into love and confidence and other subjects of great importance. In dream state we are being “brought up to speed” by those of us who teach on the subtle levels. And so now we are reading this blog and perhaps having a singular sense of familiarity, Deja vu, as though we have done this before, with accompanying feelings of pleasure, “elementary ecstasy”.

Our world is larger and more complex than we know – our world meaning our created reality. We have physical teachers and we have “metaphysical” teachers, all of us, and now it is time to introduce us to the metaphysical Guides who have been with us since birth into our dimension.

When we ask for our Energy Personality to come forth into our awareness, we may feel that sense of familiarity. For even though we have been pretending that ghosts do not exist even since our childhood ended – adults do not have imaginary friends, after all – on a deeper level we will recognize these connections. Now we may not be willing to admit these relationships to the world because of fear of being exposed.

However, and to illustrate my point, currently a cycle in human consciousness is coming to an end and a new cycle is beginning. We are gradually becoming aware of our connections to our Guides, our Simultaneous Lives, and other energy forms within our Gestalt of Awareness.

We need only to look at the headlines in our daily newspapers to notice how many changes are upon us in our Third-Dimensional reality. With the ending of an era comes dramatic change amid much clinging, by some, to outmoded belief systems. Yet know this: the more we cling to the past, the more likely we will be regulated to the past when the transition is complete. The new world for humanity is being created in the dream state by all of us as we participate in the manifestation of our collective consciousness.

In our dream state, we freely collaborate with our Energy Personality and other Guides in the creation of incipient Reality Constructs that are manifested on awakening. This is how we create our reality with All That Is. Naturally, this phenomenon is much more complicated than I have Described, but that does not mean that we cannot grasp it experientially.

Lemuria

We have covered GA and Atlantis. We will now discuss Lemuria. This civilization is quite active on our planet Earth, yet like others, is flourishing within adjacent dimensions. Now as an intriguing aside to our presentation here, many anomalous phenomena we experience in our timeframe – ghost, monsters of various types, space beings – are simply our perceptions of momentary openings – portals if you will – into these other dimensions.

Lemuria the civilization is the stimulus in our human consciousness – collective consciousness – for ideas about underground people. Thus, in our fairy tales we have trolls and other fascinating types of creatures who pop out of the ground to engage in discussions with humans, only to “disappear” back into Earth.

Now it is true, in a sense, that this civilization can be thought of as subterranean, yet that is simply where the Lemurian dimension is located in our Earthly intersection of space and time. To the Lemurians it is us, the surface inhabitants of Earth, who are peculiar in our occupation of the “upper” dimensions of the Lemurian world.

The people of Lemuria are excellent dreamers. They pay much attention to their dream activities and appreciate the connections to the waking physical world. They spend a greater amount of time sleeping than do the inhabitants of our Third-Dimensional world.

We often experience their dreams as momentary waking visions, or fantastic dreams if we are asleep. Humans of the Third-Dimension and the subterranean Lemurians share elements of consciousness, therefore, and if we are patient and perceptive, we may identify these bleed-throughs in our own consciousness when they occur.

The underworld people have been the subject of many visitations by shamans and other travelers of the Etheric Realms for centuries on our world. To go into the Earth seeking visions is to invite meetings with these people. Now they have a markedly different appearance than their surface colleagues. I cannot tell specifies, as I wish you to discover these for your self.

However, I can say that our descriptions of Nature Spirits, the Green Man, Elementals and others are highly accurate. Different physical locations beneath the surface reveal different articulations of the subterranean life forms, just as the different races of humanity are “products” of the different surface conditions on our Earth.

The Physical Journey

Walking down the street, we expect the trees to stay in their places, and not transform themselves into buildings. All of these assumptions are taken for granted in our physical journeys. We may find different customs and languages, yet even these will be accepted in the vast, overall, basic assumptions within whose boundaries physical life occurs. We are most certainly traveling through the private and mass psyche when we so much as walk down the street. The physical world seems objective and outside of oneself, however. The idea of such outsideness is one of the assumptions upon which we build that existence. Interior traveling is no more subjective, than a journey from New York to San Francisco. We are used to projecting all destinations outside of oneself. The idea of varied inward destinations, involving motion through time and space, therefore appears strange.


Generally speaking, we have explored the physical planet enough so that we have a good idea of what to expect as we travel from country to country.


Before a trip, we can produce travel maps that outline the attractions and characteristics of a certain locale. The mode of transport has taken different folds. We used to travel by flight in economy or even rent private jet. Now, we see travelers in motor bikes and also on foot! However, much of what we explore are part of what is already discovered. We are not traveling blind folded, therefore, and while any given journey may be new to us, we are not really a pioneer: The land has been mapped and there are few basic surprises.

The inner lands have not been as well explored. To say the least, they lie in virgin territory as far as our conscious mind is concerned. Others have journeyed to some of these interior locales, but since they were indeed explorers they had to learn as they went along. Some, returning, provided guidebooks or travel folders, telling us what could be expected. We make our own reality. If we were from a foreign land and asked one person to give us a description for reality. The person might say “Las Vegas is a frightful place in which crime is rampant, gangs roam the streets, murders and rapes are the norm, and people are not only impolite but ready to attack us at a moment’s notice. There are no trees. The air is polluted, and we can expect only violence. ” If we asked someone else, this individual might say instead: “Las Vegas has the finest of casinos despite their decline since the rise of online casinos like paybyphonebillcasino.uk. Additionally, Las Vegas has open-air concerts in some of the parks, fine sculpture, theater, and probably the greatest collection of music outside the Nashville. It has a good overall climate, a great mixture of cultures. In it, millions of people go their way daily in freedom. ” Both people would be speaking of their private beliefs, and would be colored by the individual focus from which each of them viewed that City.


One person might be able to give us the city’s precise location in terms of latitude and longitude. The other might have no such knowledge, and say instead: “I take a plane at such-and-such a place, at such-and-such a time, giving Las Vegas as my destination, and if I take the proper plane I always arrive there.


Explorers traveling into inner reality, do not have the same kind of landmarks to begin with. Many have been so excited with their discoveries that they wrote guidebooks long before they even began to explore the inner landscape They did not understand that they found what they wanted to find, or that the seemingly objective phenomena originated in the reflections of the psyche.


We may, for example, have read books numbering the “inner realms,” and telling us what we can expect to encounter in each. Many of these speak of lords or gods of the realm, or of demons. In a strange way these books do provide a service, for at certain levels we will find our own ideas materialized: and if we believe in demons then in those terms we will encounter them. The authors, however, suppose that the devils have a reality outside of our belief in them, and such is not the case. The demons simply represent a state of our own mind that is seemingly out there, objectified. Therefore, whatever methods the authors used to triumph over these demons is often given as proof not only of the demons’ reality but of each method’s effectiveness.


Now if we read such books we may often program our activity along those lines, in the same way that a visitor to Las Vegas might program experience of the city in terms of what he of she had been told existed there.


That kind of structuring also does a disservice, however, for it prevents us from coming in contact with our own original concepts. There is no reason, for example, to encounter any demons or devils in any trance or out-of-body condition. In such cases our own hallucinations blind us to the environment within which they are projected. All of its dimensions are faithfully and instantly produced as experience when we learn to take our “normally alert” conscious mind with us; and when we are free of such limiting ideas, then at those levels we can glimpse the inner powers of our own psyche, and watch the interplay of beliefs and symbols as they are manifested before our eyes. Until we learn to do this we will most certainly have difficulty, for we will not be able to tell the difference between our projections and what is happening in the inner environment.


Any exploration of inner reality must necessarily involve a journey through the psyche, and these effects can be thought of as atmospheric conditions, natural, at a certain stage, through which we pass as we continue.


Our world, is the result of a certain focus of consciousness, without which that world cannot be perceived. The range of consciousness involved is obviously physically oriented, yet within it there are great varieties of consciousness, each experiencing that seemingly objective world from a private perspective. The physical environment is real in different terms to an animal, a fish, a man, or a rock, for example, and different portions of those forms. This is highly important.


If an inhabitant from another reality outside of our own physical system entirely were to visit it, and if “his” or “her” intelligence was roughly of the same degree as our own, he or she would still have to learn to focus his or her consciousness into the same way that we do, more or less, in order to perceive our world. He or she would have to alter his or her native focus and turn it in a direction that was foreign to him or her. In this way he or she could “pick up our station.” There would be distortions, because even though he or she managed such manipulations he or she might not have the same kind of native physical structure as our own, or course, through which to receive and interpret those data his altered consciousness perceived.


Our visitor would then be forced to translate that information as best he or she could through his or her own native structure, if it were to make any sense to his or her consciousness in its usual orientation. All realities are the result of certain unique focuses taken by consciousness. In those terms, there is no outside. The effect of objectivity are caused as the psyche projects its experience into inner dimensions that it has itself created.


Within, those frameworks are ever expanding, so that in our terms at least it seems that greater and greater distances are involved. Travel to any other land of physical reality must then involve alterations of consciousness.


While all of our thoughts and feelings are “somewhat” materialized, only some of them become physical in our terms. They are then accepted as physical reality. They provide the basis for the physical events, objects, and phenomena upon which we all agree. Therefore our world has a stability that works well enough for daily concerns. At that point we are tuned in precisely on our “home station.” We ignore the ghost symbols or voices, the probable actions that also occur, but that are muffled in the clear tones of our accepted reality. When we begin to travel away from that home station, we become more aware of the other frequencies that are buried within it. We move through other frequencies, but to do this we must alter our own consciousness. The probable realities connected with our own system are like the suburbs, say, surrounding a main city. If for simplicity’s sake we think of other realities as different cities, then after we leave our own we would pass through the suburbs, then into the country, then after a time into other suburbs until we reached another metro-city. Each metropolis would represent a conglomeration of consciousnesses operating within an overall general frequency of clearest focus, a high point of psychic communication and exquisite focus in the given kind of reality unless we are tuned into those particular frequencies, however, we could not pick up that reality. We might instead perceive the equivalent of jumbled sound or meaningless static, or jigsaw images. We might simply realize that some kind of activity was there, but without being able to pinpoint it.

The Fifth Dimension

As far as fifth dimension is concerned. It is space. I will have to try to build up the image of a structure to help you understand, but then I must rip down the structure because there is none there.

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Consider, then, a network of wires somewhat like, though different from the conception of “Idea construction” — a maze of interlocking wires endlessly constructed, so that looking through them there would seem to be no beginning or end. Our plane could be likened to a small position between four very spindly and thin wires, and the next evolving plane could be likened to the small position in the neighboring wires on the other side.

Not only are we on different sides of the same wires, but we are at the same time either above or below, according to our viewpoint. And if we consider the wires as forming cubes… then the cubes could also fit one within the other, without disturbing the inhabitants of either cube one iota — and these cubes are also within cubes, which are themselves within cubes, and I am speaking only of the small particles of space taken up by your plane and mine.

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Again, now think in terms of our plane, bounded by its small spindly set of wires, and my plane on the other side. These, as I have said, have also boundless solidarity and depth, yet in usual terms, to one side the other is transparent. We cannot see through, but the two planes move through each other constantly.

I hope you see what I have done here. I have initiated the idea of motion, for true transparency is not the ability to see through but to move through. This is what I mean by fifth dimension. Now remove the structure of the wires and cubes. Things behave as if the wires and cubes were there, but these are only constructions necessary, even to those on my plane, in order to make this comprehensible to our faculties, the faculties of any entity.

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We merely construct imaginary lines to walk upon. So real are the wall constructions of our rooms that we would freeze in the winter time without them, yet there is no room and no walls. So, in a like manner, the wires that we constructed are real to us in the universe, although … to me, the walls are transparent. So are the wires that we constructed to make our point about the fifth dimension, but for all practical purposes, we must behave as if the wires were there.

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Again, if you will consider our maze of wires, I will ask you to imagine them filling up everything that is, with your plane and my plane like two small birds nests in the netlike fabric of some gigantic tree. Consider, for example, that these wires are also mobile, constantly trembling and also live, in that they not only carry the stuff of the universe but are themselves projections of this stuff, and you will see how difficult it is to explain. Nor can I blame you for growing tired when after asking you to imagine this strange structure, I then insist that you tear it apart, for it is no more actually seen or touched than is the buzzing of a million invisible bees.

Dream world is an inner Universe

When I speak of the dream world, I am not referring to some imaginary realm, but to the kind of world of ideas, of thoughts, of mental actions, out of which all form as we think of it emerges. In actuality this is an inner universe rather than an inner world. Our physical reality is but one materialization of that inner organization. All possible civilizations exist first in that realm of inner mind.

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In the beginning, then, the species did not have the kinds of forms they do now. They had pseudo-forms — dream bodies, if you prefer — and they could not physically reproduce themselves. Their experience of time was entirely different, and in the beginning he/she entire earth operated in a kind of dream time.

Forms appeared and disappeared. In our terms of time, however, the dream bodies took on physical forms. Physical reproduction was impossible. That did not happen to all of the species at once, however. For a while, then, the earth had a mixed population of species who had completely taken on physical forms, and species who had not. The forms, however, whether physical or not, were complete in themselves. Birds were birds, and fish fish.

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In the beginning there were also species of various other kinds: combinations of man-animal and animal-man, and many other “crossbreed” species, some of fairly long duration in our terms. This applies to all areas. There were dream trees, with dream foliage, that gradually became aware within that dream, turning physical, focusing more and more in physical reality, until their dream seeds finally brought forth physical trees.

There may be other terms I could use, in some ways more advantageous than the term, “the dream world.” I am emphasizing this dream connection, however, because the dream state is one familiar to each reader of this blog, and it represents our closet touchstone to the kind of subjective reality from which our physical world emerges. The dream state appears chaotic, shadowy, suspicious, or even meaningless, precisely because in life we are so brilliantly focused in daily reality that dreams appear to be staticky objective background noise, left over from when we sleep. But that is how physical experience would seem to someone not focused in it, or inexperienced with its organization.

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Again, the world came into being in the same way that any idea does. The physical world expands in the same way that any idea does. I am speaking for our edification of the world we recognize, of the earth we know, but there are probable earths, of course, as real as our own. They coexist with our own, and they are all in one way or another connected. Each one carries hints and clues about the others. In the terms used by science, there was no evolution in linear terms, but vast explosions of consciousness, expansions of capacities, unfoldings on the parts of all species, and these still continue. They are the inner manipulations with which consciousness presents itself.

The pattern of animal behavior, for example, is not at all as set and finished as we suppose. Out physical experience is a combination of dream events interrelated with what we call objective acts.

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Were it not for our myths, we would have discovered no “facts.”

Video as a mass means of communal meditation

Using television as an analogy I will try to show the ways in which physical events are formed, and try to describe the many methods used by individuals in choosing those particular events that will be personally encountered.

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Not only does television actually serve as a mass means of communal meditation, but it also presents us with highly detailed, manufactured dreams, in which each viewer shares to some extent. We will use some distinction here, and so I am going to introduce the terms “Framed-mind 1” and “Framed-mind 2.” to make this discussion clear. Televisions are used for more and more purposes, such as playing video games and replaying footage for a security-camera-systems/home security camera alarm system and the technology is only going to get better and better as time goes on!

We will call the world as we physically experience it, Framed-mind 1. In Framed-mind 1, we watch television programs, for example. We have our choice of many channels. We have favorite programs. We follow certain scenes or actors. We watch all of these dramas, hardly understanding how it is that they appear on our screen to begin with. We are certain, however, that if we do buy a television set it will perform in an adequate fashion, whether or not we are familiar with electronics. This is why some people really enjoy custom controls/wholesale house-audio-video-installation because television is a useful medium.

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We switch from channel to channel with predictable results. The programming for Channel 9, for example, does not suddenly intrude on Channel 6. Even the actors themselves, taking part in such sagas, have but the remotest idea of events that are involved in order that their own images will appear on our television screen. Their jobs are to act, taking it for granted that the technicians are following through.

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Now somewhere there is a program director, who must take care of the entire programming. Shows must be done on time, actors assigned their roles. Our hypothetical director will know which actors are free, which actors prefer character roles, which ones are heroes or heroines, and which smiling Don Juan always gets the girl — and in general who plays the good guys and bad guys.

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There is no need in our outlining in detail the multitudinous events that must occur so that we can watch our favorite program. We flip the switch and there it is, while all of the background work is unknown to us. We take it for granted. Our job is simply to choose the programs of our choice on any evening. Many others are watching the same programs, of course, yet each person will react quite individually.

Now for a moment let us imagine that physical events occur in the same fashion — that we choose those which flash upon the screen of our experience. We are quite familiar with the events of our own life, for we are of course our own main hero or heroine, villain or victim, or whatever. As we do no know what happens in the television studio before we observe a program, however, so we do not know what happens in the creative framework of reality before we experience physical events. We will call that vast, “unconscious” mental and universal studio Framed-mind 2.

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We can turn off a program that offends us. We can choose to buy or not buy a product whose virtues are being praised. Television presents us with a mirror of our society. It reflects and re-reflects through millions or homes the giant dreams and fears, the hopes and terrors of events in the most private individual.

Television interacts with our lives, but it does not cause our lives. It does not cause the events that it depicts. With our great belief in technology, it often seems to many people that television causes violence, for example, or that it causes a love of over-materialism, or that it causes “loose morals.” Television reflects. In a manner of speaking it does not even distort, though it may reflect distortions. The writers and actors of television dramas are attuned to the “mass mind.” They are not leaders or followers. They are creative reflectors, acutely aware of the overall, generalized emotional and psychic patterns of the age.

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They also make choices as to which plays they will take part in. [Each has his or her} own favorite kind of role, even if the role be that of a maverick. To the actors, or course, their roles become strong parts of their personal experiences, while those who observe the plays take part largely as observers.

We are aware through our newspapers and magazines of the dramas, news broadcasts, or other programs that are presently being offered. In the same way we are aware, generally speaking, of the “programs” being physically presented in our own nation and throughout the world. We decide which of these adventures we want to take part in — and those we will experience in normal life, or in Framed-mind 1.

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The inner mechanisms that happen prior to our experience will take place in the vast mental studio of Framed-mind 2. There, all the details will be arranged, the seemingly chance encounters, for example, the unexplained coincidences that might have to occur before a given physical event takes place

On a conscious level, and with our conscious reserves alone, we could not keep our body alive an hour. We would not know how to do it, for our life flows through us automatically and spontaneously. We take the details for granted — the breathing, the inner mechanisms of nourishment and elimination, the circulation, and the maintenance of our psychological continuity. All of that is taken care of for us in what I have termed as Framed-mind 2.

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In that regard, certainly, everything works to our advantage. Indeed, often the more concerned we become with our body the less smoothly it functions. In the spontaneity of our body’s operation there is obviously a fine sense of order. When we turn on a television set the picture seems to come out of nowhere onto the screen — yet that picture is the result of order precisely focused. Actors visit casting agencies so that they know what plays need their services. In our dream we visit “casting agencies.” We are aware of the various plays being considered for physical production. In the dream state, then, often familiarize oneself with dramas that are of a probable nature. If enough interest is shown, if enough actors apply, if enough resources are accumulated, the play will go on. When we are in other than our normal conscious state, we visit that creative agency in which all physical productions must have their beginning. We meet with others, who for their own reasons are interested in the same kind of drama. Following our analogy, the technicians, the actors, the writers all assemble — only in this case the result will be a live event rather than a televised one There are disaster films being planned, educational programs, religious dramas. All of these will be encountered in full-blown physical reality.

Such events occur as a result of individual beliefs, desires, and intents. There is no such thing as a chance encounter. No death occurs by chance, nor any birth. In the creative atmosphere of Framed-mind 2, intents are known. In a manner of speaking, no act is private. Our communication systems bring to our living room notices of events that occur throughout the world. Yet that larger inner system of communication is far more powerful in scope, and each mental act is imprinted in the multidimensional screen of Framed-mind 2. That screen is available to all, and in other levels of consciousness, particularly in the sleep and dreaming stages, the events of that inner reality are as ever-present and easily accessible as physical events are when we are awake.

It is as if Framed-mind 2 contains an infinite information service, that instantly puts us in contact with whatever knowledge we require, that sets up circuits between us and others, that computes probabilities with blinding speed. Not with the impersonality of a computer, however, but with a loving intent that has our best purposes in mind — ours and also those of each other individual.
We cannot gain what we want at someone else’s detriment, then. We cannot use Framed-mind 2 to force an event upon another person. Certain prerequisites must be met, before a desired end can become physically experienced.

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The basic simultaneity of time is the most fascinating. That “spacious present” holds all events side by side, ready to be interpreted in cause-and-effect fashions by the organizational abilities of our more limited physical senses.

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“I have the simple, profound faith that anything oneself desire in this life can come to us from Framed-mind 2. There are no impediments in Framed-mind 2. Framed-mind 2 can creatively produce everything we desire to have in Framed-mind 1.”

The body is a spiritual, psychic, and social statement, biologically spoken

It is obviously private, yet it cannot be concealed, in that “it is where you are,” in unusual terms.

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The individual body is what it is because it exists in the context of others like it. By this I mean that a given present body presupposes a biological past of like creatures. It presupposes contemporaries. If for example, one adult human being were perceived by an alien from another world, certain facts would be apparent. Even though such an alien came upon a lone member of our species in otherwise uninhabited land, the alien could make certain assumptions from the individual’s appearance and behavior.

If the “earthling” spoke, the alien would of course instantly know that we were communicating creatures, and in the vocal sounds recognize patterns that contained purpose and intent. To one extent or another, all creatures us language implying a far vaster sociobiological relationship than is usually supposed. From [the earthling’s] appearance the alien would be able to deduce — if it did not already know — the proportion of the various elements upon our planet; the being surmised from our method of locomotion, appendages, and the nature of our physical vision.

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While each individual springs privately into the world at birth, then, each birth also represents quite literally an effort — a triumphant one — on the part of each member of each species, for the delicate balance of life requires for each birth quite precise conditions that no one species can guarantee alone, even to its own kind. The grain must grow. The animals must produce. The plants must do their part. Photosynthesis, in those terms reigns.

The seasons must retain some stability. The rains must fall, but not too much. The storms must rage, but not too devastatingly. Behind all of this lies a biological and psychic cooperative venture. All of this could be perceived by our hypothetical alien from one lone human individual.

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Cells possess “social” characteristics. They have a tendency to unite with others. They naturally communicate. They naturally want to move. In making such statements I am not personifying the cells, for the desire of communication and motion does not belong to man and woman, or even animals, alone. Man’s and woman’s desire to journey into other worlds is in its way as natural as the plant’s urge to turn its leaves toward the sun.

Man’s and woman’s physical world, with all of its civilizations and cultural aspects, and even with its technologies and sciences, basically represents the species’ innate drive to communicate, to move outward, to create, and to objectify sensed inner realities. The most private life imaginable is a very social affair. The most secluded recluse must still depend upon the biological sociability of not only his own body cells, but if the natural world with all of its creatures. The body, then, no matter how private, is also a public, social, biological statement. A spoken sentence has a certain structure in any language. It presupposes a mouth and a tongue, the kind of physical organization necessary; a mind; a certain kind of world in which sounds have meaning; and a very precise, quite practical knowledge of the nature of sounds, the combination of their patterns, the use of repetition, and a knowledge of the nervous system. Few possess such conscious knowledge, yet the majority speak quite well.

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In one way or another, therefore, it certainly seems that our body possesses a kind of quite pragmatic information, and acts upon it. We can express almost any idea that we want in vocal terms, even if we have hardly any conception at all of the way in which our own speech is executed.

The body is geared then to act. It is pragmatically practical, and above all it wants to explore and to communicate. Communication implies a social nature. The body has within it inherently everything necessary for its own defense. The body itself will tease the child to speak, to crawl and walk, to seek its fellows. Though biological communication the child’s cells are made aware of its physical environment, the temperature, air pressure, weather conditions, food supplies — and the body reacts to these conditions, making some adjustments with great rapidity.

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At cellular levels the world exists with a kind of social inter-change, in which the birth and death of cells are known to all others, and in which the death of a frog and a star gain equal weight. But at our level of activity our thoughts, feelings, and intents, however private, form part of the inner environment of communication. This inner environment is as pertinent and vital to the species’ well-being as is the physical one. It represents the psychic, mass bank of potential, even as the planet provides a physical bank of potential. When there is an earthquake in another area of the world, the land pass in our own country is in one way or another affected. When there are psychic earthquakes in other areas of the world, then we are also affected, and usually to the same degree.

In the same way, if one portion of our own body is injured, then other portions feel the effects of the wound. An earthquake can be a disaster in the area where it occurs, even though its existence corrects imbalances, and therefore promotes the life of the planet. Emergency actions are quite rigorous in the immediate area of an earthquake, and aid is sent in from other countries. When an area of the body “erupts,” there are also emergency measures taken locally, and aid sent from other portions of the body to afflicted parts.

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The physical eruption, while it may appear to be a disaster in the area of the disease, is also, however, a part of the body’s defense system, taken to insure the whole balance of the body. Biologically, illness therefore represents the overall body defense system at work.

Simply — without some illnesses, the body could not endure. First of all, the body must be in a state of constant change, making decisions far too fast for us to follow, adjusting hormonal levels, maintaining balances between all of its systems; not only in relationship to itself — the body — but to an environment that is also in constant change. At biological levels the body often produces its own “preventative medicine,” or “inoculations,” by seeking out, for example, new or foreign substances in its environment [that are] due to nature, science or technology; it assimilates such properties in small doses, coming down with an “illness” which, left alone, would soon vanish as the body utilized what it could [of it], or socialized “a seeming invader.”

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The person might feel indisposed, but in such ways the body assimilates and uses properties that would otherwise be called alien ones. It immunizes itself through such methods. The body, however, exists with the mind to contend with — and the mind produces an inner environment of concepts. The cells that compose the body do not try to make sense of the cultural world. They rely upon our interpretation, therefore, for the existence of threats of non-biological nature. So they depend upon our assessment.

If that assessment correlates with biological ones, we have a good working relationship with the body. It can react swiftly and clearly. When we sense threat or danger for which the body can find no biological correlation, even as through cellular communication it scans the environment physically, then it must rely upon our assessment and react to danger conditions. The body will, therefore, react to imagined dangers to some degree, as well as to those that are biologically pertinent. Its defense system often becomes overexerted as a result.

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The body is, therefore, quite well equipped to deal with its physical stance in the physical world, and its defense systems are unerring in the respect. Our conscious mind, however, directs our temporal perception and interprets that perception, organizing it into mental patterns. The body, again, must depend upon those interpretations. The biological basis of all life is a loving, divine and cooperative one, and presupposes a safe physical stance from which any member of any species feels actively free to seek out its needs and to communicate with others of its kind.

It is fashionable to believe that the animals do not possess imagination, but this is a quite erroneous belief. They anticipate mating, for example, before its time. They all learn through experience, and despite all of our concepts, learning is impossible without imagination at any level.

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In our terms, the imagination of the animals is limited. There’s is not merely confined to the elements of previous experience, however,. They can imagine events that have never happened to them. Man’s and woman’s abilities in this respect are far more complicated, for in his/her imagination he/she deals with probabilities. In any given period of time, with one physical body, he or she can anticipate or perform an infinitely vaster number of events — each one remaining probable until he or she activates it.

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The body, responding to his thoughts, feelings, and beliefs, has much more data to deal with, therefore, and must have a clear area in which concise action is possible.