Somewhere on some planet, sometime and somehow, Your life will reflect your thoughts of your Now. —Excerpt from My Law, Author unknown
If we do not change our direction, we are likely to end up where we are headed. —Ancient Chinese proverb
What regulates the body, so we are told, is the brain. What we tend to forget is that the brain is not the mind. Remember that having a brain does not mean that one's body works. People in deep comas sometimes regain consciousness and report that they could hear and were aware, but could not communicate or get their body to perform in any way. Clients who have had near death experiences or who had been in a coma were clear and accurate about their observations. They described how they hovered above their bodies, observing, witnessing. They were not in their bodies nor were they able to get them to work, but they were in their minds. After being resuscitated or awakening from their coma, they could clearly account as to what was going on in the room at the time, as to who was present and accurately repeat conversations that took place by others during their coma.
If you are reading this book, then you have a brain that is working, and you have a mind that instructs the brain as to what it is to do. Our personalities, our domestication, our life's circumstances sometimes get in the way and cause us to misperceive life itself and All That Is around us. We, the human species, tend to allow our egos (or call them personalities), to cloud the mind with forgetfulness and limit what we see and understand. It's as though we're behind a veil, or looking into a mirror; we are lost in our own shadow, and we think that our shadow or reflection is what is real.
Though the brain exists to serve the mind and reflects the thought that is within the mind, it is not the mind. We mistakenly think that our body and our brain are who we are. Our ego keeps us locked into the concept that "what you see is what you get," but we're only looking into the reflection of our reflection and believing that what we see is what is.
Forgetting Where We Came From
The ego tends to cause a forgetfulness to fall over the mind, making most of us forget where we came from. It has caused us to forget who we are, and why we are here in the first place.<br>Again, we came from a projection of a thought in the mind. Generally, we believe that...
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