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2012 January 29
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The framework is so woven that each particle [of consciousness] is dependent upon every other. The strength of one adds to the strength of all. The weakness of one weakens the whole. The energy of one recreates the whole. The striving of one increases the potentiality of everything that is, and this places great responsibility upon every consciousness. Read more:
Four days ago we had:
2012 Jan 25 (3) – The basic universe,
and there we quoted Seth, as Seth is quoted by Robert F. Butts, and this again led me to other statements coming from Seth, because they reminded me of the current discussions about the LHC and about the Higgs boson and about particle physics and about the Standard Model and about all the problems with the Standard Model:
2012 Jan 17 – The problems of the physicists.
So what I am going to do today is to collect some statements from Seth that have directly to do with particle physics and also some statements coming from Seth that have indirectly something to do with physics and more with spiritual things because basically this website is only interested in scientific things insofar as they are somehow related to spiritual things.
Most of the quotes come from the years 1974/1975.
So here comes Seth:
No system is closed, there are flows of energy between them, and interaction.
You think of entities as particles, for example, rather than as waves of energy, aware and alert, or as patterns.
True order and organization, even of biological structure, can be achieved only by granting a basic unpredictability.
Basically, however, the motion of any wave or particle or entity is unpredictable – free wheeling and undetermined.
Your beliefs and intents cause you to pick, from an unpredictable group of actions, those that you want to happen.
All events you do not accept occur nevertheless.
Atoms can move in more directions than one at once. You only perceive scientifically the probable motion you are interested in. The same applies to subjective experience.
Anything less than complete unpredictability will ultimately result in stagnation, or orders of existence that in the long run are self-defeating. Only from unpredictability can any system emerge that can be predictable within itself. Only within complete freedom of motion is any “ordered” motion truly possible.
This material should not make you feel unimportant or insignificant. The framework is so woven that each particle [of consciousness] is dependent upon every other. The strength of one adds to the strength of all. The weakness of one weakens the whole. The energy of one recreates the whole. The striving of one increases the potentiality of everything that is, and this places great responsibility upon every consciousness.
I would even advise a double reading of the above sentence, for it is a keystone, and a vital one. Rising to challenges is a basis for existence in every aspect of existence. It is the developer of all abilities, and at the risk of being trite, it is the responsibility of even the most minute particle of consciousness to use its own abilities, and all of its abilities, to the utmost. Upon the degree to which this is done rests the power and coherence of everything that is.
You change your past continually. It does not appear to change to you, for you change with it.
We must unfortunately often deal with analogies, because they can form bridgeworks between concepts. There are units of consciousness, then, as there are units of matter. I do not want you to think of these units as particles. There is a basic unit of consciousness that, expressed, will not be broken down, as once it was thought that an atom was the smallest unit and could not be broken down. The basic unit of consciousness obviously is not physical. It contains within itself innately infinite properties of expansion, development, and organization; yet within itself always maintains the kernel of its own individuality. Despite whatever organizations it becomes part of, or how it mixes with other such basic units, its own identity is not annihilated.
It is aware energy, identified within itself as itself, not “personified” but awareized. It is therefore the source of all kinds of consciousness, and the varieties of its activity are infinite. It combines with others of its kind, forming then units of consciousness – as, mentioned often, atoms and molecules combine.
This basic unit is endowed with unpredictability. That very unpredictability allows for infinite patterns and fulfillments. The word “soul” unfortunately has been so used in regard to your species that it becomes highly difficult to unravel the conceptual difficulties. Using usual definitions, you would call a soul the result of certain organization of such units, which you would then recognize as a “soul.”
Now I want to interrupt these quotations coming from Seth because the last quote reminds me so much of the material coming from Bertha Dudde. The description of certain aspects of the soul seems to be very much in agreement with what comes from Bertha Dudde. And not only that, this material also is very much in agreement with what comes from Jakob Lorber.
This kind of information coming from these sources allows us to get a much better understanding of spiritual things, and here especially of the three parts of man, being body, soul and spirit, and to form ideas how these things work and how everything is connected and how it is actually the soul that is part of an evolutionary process and not the body. The whole idea of the teaching of evolution is applied to the wrong part of man and not only wrongly to man but also to minerals, and plants and animals. It is not the physical part that is subject to evolution. It is the soul of a man and of an animal and of a plant and of a mineral that undergoes evolutionary processes.
In the end Seth here deals with the soul and that is actually the only thing what these units of consciousness form, in the physical world, because the entire material world, all matter in it, is only soul material, is only material, that originates from beings who turned away from God, were then materialized, therefore practically arrested to be prevented from committing further crimes and to then being rehabilitated and then led back again to God.
But now let us carry on with quotes from Seth:
So I prefer, here at least, to speak of these units of consciousness instead. Their nature is the vitalizing force behind everything in your physical universe, and others as well. These units can indeed appear in several places at once, and without going through space, in your terms. Literally now, these basic units of consciousness can be in all places at once. They are in all places at once. They will not be recognized because they will always appear as something else.
Of course they move faster than light. There are millions of them in one atom – many millions. Each of these units is aware of the reality of all others, and influences all others. In your terms these units can move forward or backward in time, but they can also move into thresholds of time with which you are not familiar.
These units of consciousness are within all physical matter, containing their own memories.
We will call the basic units of consciousness “CU” – the letter “C,” the letter “U” – consciousness units. From them EE units are formed, and the first roots sent out into the world of physical matter.
These units of consciousness (CU’s) move faster than the speed of light, then – but that statement itself is meaningless in a way, since the units exist outside as well as inside the framework in which light itself has meaning.
As these units approach physical structure, however, they do slow down in your terms. Electrons, for example, are slow dullards in comparison with EE units. It goes without saying that the units of consciousness are “mental,” or if you prefer, disembodied, though from their inner organization all physical forms emerge.
The CU’s, or units of consciousness, are literally in every place and time at once. They possess the greatest adaptability, and a profound “inborn” propensity for organization of all kinds. They act as individuals, and yet each carries within it a knowledge of all other kinds of activity that is happening in any other given unit or group of units.
… these CU’s are literally indestructible.
In greater terms the cell is a huge physical universe, orbiting an invisible CU; and in your terms the CU will always be invisible – beyond the smallest phenomenon that you can perceive with any kind of instrument. To some extent, however, its act can be indirectly apprehended through its effect upon the phenomenon that you can perceive.
Here cells die and are replaced. Knowing their own indestructibility, the CU’s within them simply change form, retaining however the identity of all the cells that they have been. While the cell dies physically, its inviolate nature is not betrayed. It is simply no longer physical.
The CU’s, … form all the atoms, molecules, cells, and organs that make up your world.
The trouble is that many in the sciences do not comprehend that there is an inner reality. It is not only as valid as the exterior one, but it is the origin for it. It is that world that offers you answers, solutions, and would reveal many of the blueprints that exist behind the world of your experience.
Electrons, however, spin in many directions at once, an effect impossible for you to perceive. You can only theorize about it.
The multidimensional aspects of the electron cannot be perceived within your three-dimensional system, using instruments that are already predisposed or prefocused to measure only certain kinds of effects.
So that was Seth.
As long as scientists do not accept that the physical world is created and maintained out of the spiritual world, they will just carry on collecting data and will not grasp what it is all about.
Seth says here: “So I prefer, here at least, to speak of these units of consciousness instead. Their nature is the vitalizing force behind everything in your physical universe, and others as well.” So he prefers this name for these units. He could have also called them differently. One of these different possibilities would be the name love for these units. And love is God. “Their nature is the vitalizing force behind everything in your physical universe, and others as well.” It is typical for spiritual material to choose many different names for one and the same thing. What Seth calls consciousness can on the other hand be called love. And as God is love, and comprises everything and contains everything, we therefore are dealing here with units, which one could really call God particles.
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