What does this paragraph from the Master Key System really mean?
asked 01 Aug '10, 13:57
Barry Allen ♦♦
Call it God, Source, Universal Consciousness, or whatever you like.
...This is the basis for manifestation, the process by which we bring ideas to reality.
Since there is only one thinking consciousness, and we think, we must therefore be a part of that Universal Consciousness, and it a part of us. Another way of saying we are all connected.
answered 01 Aug '10, 15:55
Great explanation Vesuvius!
(02 Aug '10, 15:33) The Traveller
seems the first premise is one of endorsing, energy follows thought; there is/ has been/ will be the initiator of the first thought for a form,
the second premise is that it (the individualized initial spark) is art of each materialized form; therefore in us, it stays with us at whathever level we evolve to, hopefully intensifying universality and brotherhood
answered 04 Aug '10, 00:49
Reads like this to me:
answered 04 Aug '10, 02:04
To me, this is another way of saying........One.......all is one......or 360 degrees of knowledge......whether it is your Karma....coming back to you.....or cause and effect......or the law of attraction.....this idea of you sowing and reaping what you sow.....as above so below......all are directing us to the same end......and the circle is complete.....what goes around comes around......we have access to the same mind that the great men of our age have used to guide them and inspire them.......we are connected to the One Principle....the one energy the one god.......but what does that mean for us living in this world, in this time and space?
answered 10 Feb '12, 00:38
@Mo dog -"360 degrees of knowledge", interesting :)
(10 Feb '12, 01:21) blubird two
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