Answering this question will take a multi-part effort. We will begin by discussing our relationship with our spiritual companions in this workshop and see if we can frame an answer to the following question posed by Derek Spies.
Derek Spies asks a marvelous question, “One thing I have not quite understood from SRT is how the concept of being a composite being meshes with this sense of “I” that I have and live with. If I am actually an aggregate of beings, then is the sense of “I” that I operate day to day with like a false illusion of sorts?
My answer to this is a recounting of the process I used to compose a worthy response:
My spiritual partners are almost always active so I get a sense of harmonics when I engage in creative thought. I think to myself, “I need to write an article to describe this phenomenon that Derek is asking about.”
I get an immediate echo overlaying that thought, like an overtone. “We need to include that in the next workshop.”
Almost immediately, I get another response, “Lets expand it a bit and cover the Sunday webinar.”
Two more voices chime in with, “How can a spiritual conversation be an illusion? Only if someone considers spirits to be imaginary! (feelings of laughter)”
No one has interrupted or tried to block the communication. Instead, they are adding different vibrations o the original theme. We are a chorus with individual voices who break out into new ideas frequently, but the main thrust is a well modulated chorus which speaks for all of us. When there is spiritual dissension, as sometimes happens when I am speaking to a group, I find them interrupting me with examples that break the flow of the original idea.
We have decided to take Derek’s question up in tomorrow’s workshop so that others can share their perception of what their spiritual companions are contributing to their thoughts and actions.
We need a better way of communicating what happens when you have a conversation with spirits and a workshop will allow us to collect enough viewpoints to present a coherent view of the process. Then we can address the issue of whether the spiritual communication is coming from beings who are a part of us or from independent beings.
Here are some of the points I hope we can illuminate:
What do your thoughts sound like? (Feel like?)
Can you recognize your thoughts and differentiate them from thoughts form another source?
Do you perceive all thoughts as having the same sound and emotion?
If you can identify thoughts from other sources, can you differentiate between them?
Do you get emotions (feelings) from the thoughts you perceive?
Do stray thoughts ever keep you awake at night? What are the emotions in those thoughts?
When you receive thoughts, do they occur while you are having thoughts or do they wait for an opening?
Do some thoughts come from inside your head and others from outside your body or from far away?
Join me Saturday, October 12th, at 12 noon EST using this link: https://zoom.us/j/4710611444