The Snowflake Principle


The Snowflake Principle

A reader wanted clarification on this statement I made:

“ The mental person must step down to the feeling world to reach agreement with the emotional person.”

The first possible miscommunication is that this “stepping down” idea may be interpreted to mean that the thinking male must step down a notch to be on the same level as the emotional female and such idea is not the case nor was it intended to be conveyed.

Females have minds and men have emotions and when I refer to the mental person I am referring to mental people of both sexes. Those who are mentally polarized are liberally found among both the sexes.

But wait, you say. Are not men left-brained logical thinkers and females right-brained emotional feelers?

Not so fast. The man may be very left brained, be tuned in to factual sequential brain activity, but be very much centered on the emotional level for decision making and have very little mind development.

Brain activity is not thinking. True thinking from the plane of the mind is only done by about ten per cent of the people and even most of those are only in kindergarten in dealing with this principle.

Before I proceed I want to make one thing very clear. I do not want to add any fire to the battle of the sexes. I think it is silly that such a battle should even be considered, especially from the view that there is reincarnation and that we each spend about half of our time in each sex. If, I being a male, were to consider myself superior, then I would experience disappointment when I incarnate into a female body and visa versa. Such is not the case. Male and female are equal in importance, but different and together these two energies create the entire universe we live in.

That said let me state an important principle. “Where two things exist in the world of dualities these two items will not be exactly alike in every way. If they have intelligence the intelligence of one will be above the other. If they have vibration, the vibration of one of them will be above the other, if they have mass the weight of one will be heavier than the other and if they have shape the width of one will be greater than the other.” In common vernacular this could be called the “no two snowflakes are alike” principle, or the Snowflake Principle for short.

Now let us apply this principle to the three worlds where form building takes place, the physical, emotional (or astral) and the mind (or mental).

Are these there worlds on the same vibration?

I think we will have to admit that they are not. For instance, almost everyone realizes that the unseen worlds are on a “higher” level or vibration than the physical.

Does this make these higher worlds “better?” Not necessarily. Because we are in the physical then it is “best” that we are here, even though it is a lower world. We would miss much learning if we just bypassed this experience.

Are the Masters “better” than us? They do not look at it that way. They merely see themselves as having progressed down a path a little farther than we have and have gathered angles of vision that are not yet available to us.

The next world higher than the physical is the emotional or astral. This world is based largely upon illusionary principles, but nevertheless is a higher vibration than physical.

Higher in vibration than the astral is the plane of the mind which is created from true principles and the higher mind sees through illusion.

It may be surprising to learn that those who have risen above the astral focus, and are centered in the love-wisdom pedals of the heart, dwell on the plane of the mind and not the emotional polarization. The mental plane must be entered to some degree to play the harmonics of the love-wisdom duality.

Most men and women in today’s world are centered on the emotional level and when the disciple does enter into the plane of the mind in his focus he (or she) will definitely have to lower vibration when in confrontations with emotionally polarized people.

The Master Djwhal Khul, in speaking through Alice A. Bailey, writes in his forward of raising “the aspiration and the will-to-serve from the plane of the emotions to that of the mind (the plane whereon the Masters can be found)…”

Many channeled entities are found on the emotional plane, but the Masters are found on the plane of the mind for this place is the doorway to the invisible worlds of the Spirit.

Thus I stand by my teaching that one who dwells on the plane of the mind will have to step down to the emotional plane to deal with those encountered there.

In addition there are entities even above the Masters who dwell in higher planes of feeling that must step down their vibration even in dealing with what we may call a Master of Wisdom.

Hope this helps.

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The Search for Unity

This entry is part 14 of 34 in the series 2011C

Blayne basically ponders this thought:
There are about 7 billion people in the world yet after all this time there just doesn’t seem to be 24 people on the planet who have enough soul contact to create the unity to forge even one molecule. He has received a taste of what spiritual unity feels like and it seems frustrating that there does not seem to be people available for the consistent unity required of a working molecule. Is there any hope for this generation or is the day of spiritual power yet a hundred years or more in the future?

I share your frustration. I first received the revelation on the Molecular Relationship around 1979 and have been searching for the first 24 ever since. Like you, when I found good prospects for unity, a dark force seemed to enter the picture and hamper progress.

Even with all the difficulties I am convinced that there is enough good people out there to not form one molecule, but many of them. One of the problems is this. Some of the most advanced souls out there have very strong belief systems and when others in a group veer off from that, unity becomes difficult, if not impossible. It may be quite possible that a number of those in the first molecule may not be that advanced in learning and thus not have their minds cluttered up with too much data to prevent unity.

Of course, it would be most desirable to have all 24 be advanced souls who can tune into the soul at the drop of a hat to solve the differences that arise, but this is the type of disciple that is sadly rare in this present world.

Let me give you an example concerning one of our most cherished and beloved members who passed away a few years ago. I’m talking about Glenys.

Glenys was very enthused about the teachings and the prospects of being in a molecule, or creating one. Everyone on the group admired her and many felt that if there was anyone that was prepared to join a molecule then it was her. In addition she was a devoted student of the Alice A. Bailey writings and other metaphysical works.

She not only posted regularly but wrote me privately quite often. In one of her letters she informed me that her best friend had taken ill and was in danger of dying. She felt that she would be devastated if she lost her and told me that after much meditation she was sure she would recover and asked me to tune into her and see what I would receive – hoping I could add some energy to her recovery.

I did my best to comply and was somewhat surprised to receive a message through my soul that her friend’s time had come – that she had work to do on the other side. I get messages like this now and then but often I get nothing one way or another so don’t expect me to produce physic impressions on demand. I have found though that when I do get a message that there is some greater purpose than the mere information involved.

I debated over whether to tell Glenys and then decided to do so. I told her that I had received a message that her friend would be taken and the best thing to do was to make her passing as pleasant as possible and prepare herself for the loss in the physical. I then told her that her friend would still be close to her spiritually if she tuned in to her.

She was then somewhat upset with me and insisted my message was wrong for she had received a message that it was her friend’s destiny to live.

Unfortunately, a few weeks later her friend died. I did my best to console her and in midst of the exchange of private emails I received the reason I had been told of her friend’s impending death. I then explained it to her. I told her that the reason I had been given such a jolting revelation was to get her attention and establish me as an earned authority in her independent mind. This was necessary because the time would come in the not too distant future that she would doubt me again. I told her that when this time comes that I would remind her that she was wrong about her friend and should have considered my words. I told her the next time we have a similar disagreement it will be important that she consider what I say and verify it through the soul.

I had no idea what conflict was coming that this set the stage for, but I knew something was on its way.

I did not have to wait for long as a short time later Glenys developed cancer, starting in her sinus area. This time I didn’t get any impression as to whether she would live or die but did my best to offer her encouragement. All the Keys members were very concerned for her and sent her their prayers but she slowly got worse.

Then, one day she sent me an email asking for my opinion as to the root cause of her cancer and what she could do.

I contemplated the answer and received an impression and sensed that the answer was not something she wanted to hear. I wrote her back and told her I was reluctant to give her my answer for she may not like it.

She basically told me she was a big girl and could handle anything I would dish out.

I wrote her again and told her I would only give her my answer if she would assure me she would look at it dispassionately and not take offense.

She assured me that would be no problem.

I then wrote her back and explained as honestly and clearly as I could that the core problem that caused her cancer was a martyr complex that caused negative suppressed feelings to take root and express themselves as cancer. If she wanted to be cured she had to search herself with all honesty and find the cause of the martyr feeling, face it and remove it. I told her this would be difficult because denial is usually involved and she probably does not see this in herself. It would take all her strength in keeping her mind steady in the light to accomplish this.

I anticipated this answer would be difficult for her to take but not the intensity. She responded with extreme outrage. I can’t remember the exact words but the message was something like this:

How dare you accuse me of having a martyr complex! I am about a million miles away from this and everyone who knows me is aware of this except you. Where you got such an idea is a mystery indeed. And I do not suppress emotion – I let people know exactly what I feel.

She went on and on and I got the impression that she wanted an apology from me if our friendship were to continue.

After several heated exchanges I then wrote her back and reminded her about the reason I received the correct impression about her friend. I reviewed with her about my prediction that something would occur where it would be important to trust me as an earned authority. I then told her this was the time.

Unfortunately this reminder had no positive effect. Next I received a very angry letter from her boyfriend. He told me that I had made Glenys extremely upset and this was a very heartless thing for me to do to someone as ill as she was. I was just making her worse and should cease even contacting her.

His tone was so angry that I was glad he lived in New Zealand – too far for physical contact.

We didn’t communicate much after that though she did keep me updated until the end which came a few months later.

I write this not to diminish Glenys who we all loved but in an attempt to derive some good out of the awkward situation. She was indeed an evolved soul, yet with all her aspirations, knowledge and keen mind she could not harmonize with me through the soul.

And why was that?

Not because she couldn’t, but because she would not consider that she may have been wrong. This created a blockage that would not allow her mind to verify my words through the soul, even though the Powers-That-Be provided a witness in preparation for her test.

Blayne writes:
Here is one of the problems as I see it. There is a fine line between seeing one as an earned authority and blind trust. Myself for instance I do not have reliable enough soul that I trust enough to be able to see eye to eye on all things. So I am wary of falling into a blind trust over something just for the sake of unity which is not real unity anyway and will not last. Therefore I require a certain amount of facts and evidence etc. and things to make sense and if that does not satisfy me I will not change my stance. Now this is where a real strong soul impression could make a difference. So it really seems to boil down to reliable soul contact being the issue.

You have very accurately described the problem the disciple has as he develops his mind and reasoning powers. We just talked about the problem that Glenys had which involved keeping the emotional body at peace, but the mental makeup also presents a tremendous challenge. It was accurately described by DK when he stated the “the mind is the slayer of the real.”

Let is first talk about the problems with the emotional self of the disciple as he treads the path toward unity. To illustrate the problem let us suppose we are observing two students who are strong seekers but still strongly influenced by their emotional bodies. These we will call students A and B.

These two find two different teachers. The first teacher is very deceptive, manipulative and many of his teachings are full of illusion. However, within these teachings are morsels of truth that cause some sincere students to gravitate to him.

The second teacher is an initiate with reliable soul contact. Of course, no one is perfect but his teachings are inspired, have true principles and touch the soul. His teachings basically lead students in the right direction.

We will call these two Teachers A and B.

Student A is captivated by Teacher A. Because his teachings seem harmonious to his emotional body he doesn’t use the mind to question or discern the flaws. Student A finds others like himself in the group and they unite in support and are willing to do anything asked of them without questioning.

There is great unity in the group. They raise money, begin projects, sing songs and seem happy as they press forward. The group grows but because of many flaws in the foundation teachings very little is accomplished that will further any type of constructive progress.

Then one day Teacher A criticizes Student A in a way that feels wrong to him. He tries to shrug it off but then the next time he hears him teach he finds himself questioning and analyzing the words much more than before. It isn’t long before he sees gaping holes in the teachings. He openly questions the truth of the teacher’s words and the teacher now lashes out and condemns him.

Now the student’s feelings are really hurt and he finds fault with most everything the teacher says – many things that he previously though were true and wonderful. He leaves the group and becomes an outspoken critic of the teacher he once adored.

Student B is at a similar stage of spiritual evolution as Student A but he has the good fortune to become involved with a true teacher – Teacher B. His journey with the true teacher is very similar to Student A’s with the deceptive one. He becomes enthused, supportive and willing to do most anything asked of him. He finds himself sharing unity with others like himself but is disturbed by some of the mental types who demand proof, reasoning and logic. Teacher A didn’t allow dissent so he didn’t have this questioning to deal with. These mental ones want all the pieces to fit together before they accept the teacher and support him 100%. This student often finds he is in conflict with a couple of these doubting Thomases.

Then one day this student has a heated argument with a mental type and the teacher seems to side with him. Now student B is offended and from that point on looks at the teachings that come forth with a jaundice eye. Suddenly it appears that the teacher has lost his light and is now fallen like Lucifer of old.

He now questions everything the teacher says. This teacher though does not lash out but patiently tries to explain things to him and attempts to nudge him back toward the soul where he can verify the truth of things.

What Student B hears though is a criticism that he is not good enough the way he is. He becomes very upset and quits the group. He also becomes an outspoken critic of his group and teacher.

It is interesting that these two students had two very different teachers, but the end result of the two was very similar. Student B has an apparent advantage of having some true principles planted in him. This will be an advantage if he is true to them. On the other hand, it will be a great disadvantage if he is not but continues to rebel against the light because he holds on to negative feelings and does not let them go.

Our next illustration involves the more left-brain seekers or the mental types.

We have the same teachers, A & B, but instead of two students we’ll use just one, Student C. He relies mostly on mind but has had some soul contact.

Student C is invited by an emotionally polarized friend to come to a class taught by Teacher A who mixes much illusion with some truth, but presents himself with great emotional vigor which gives the illusion that he knows what he is talking about.

After a couple hours in the teacher’s class this student is somewhat perplexed as to why his friend is so enamored with this guy. He said a couple of things that made some sense, but several others that he was sure were incorrect. He mentions these flaws to his friend and was surprised that they completely went over his head even though they should have been obvious. Instead, his friend defended his teacher by claiming that the real truth cannot be proven in black and white and the teacher has insights not available to the rest of us. Basically, he was telling Student C to have faith in the teacher or to recognize the unearned authority of the Beast.

He went back a second time at the insistence of his friend and this time he was more impressed. The teacher taught around an illusion for the whole class period, but it was an illusion held on to dearly by Student C. Because the student had an error in his belief system through an unresolved illusion the teacher seemed to make sense this time and he attended regularly for a while. He aggravated the teacher though when he questioned him openly on some flawed details on various subjects. Finally, the teacher couldn’t take it any more and lashed out and belittled the student in front of the whole class.

The student had the mental composure to not react in kind but to merely defend himself with logic and then left the class no longer to return. His controlled reaction made the teacher look small in some eyes, but most held the student at fault for the conflict rather than the teacher.

Student C did not hold a grievance nor become an enemy to Teacher A but did not hold back giving a frank opinion when his name came up in conversation.

This student was then invited by another friend to attend a class given by Teacher B who has a high degree of soul contact and accuracy.

During the class everything the teacher spoke of made sense to the student and the members of the class also seemed intelligent as well as friendly. He thought he had found his long sought for place that seemed like home.

As the classes continued Student C felt that he could just not accept everything without question so he let his critical filters remain open. Most teachings made sense but there were others he was not sure about and several errors he thought he spotted. After his last experience he was a little reluctant to challenge the teacher, but finally he thought he must.

He openly challenged the teacher in class and was impressed that the teacher did not lash out or avoid answering the question. Instead, he calmly answered questions and defended his point of view with good reasoning and data. Some of the answers caused the student to reconsider his opinion, but others did not alter his view.

Even though this student did not agree with everything being taught he figured he had found the best game in town and decided to continue attending. After all, he was learning some new things and there’s probably no one on earth who agrees with him on everything.

Then one day a real conflict emerged. The teacher gave a class centered on Student C’s illusion. This was the illusion that Teacher A had embraced and was about the only thing the student liked about his teachings.

Teacher B saw through the illusion and taught the truth as seen through the eyes of the soul.

Because this was a cherished illusion held by the student an immediate red flag went up. He was a logical person, but on this subject his reasoning began with the assumption that his illusion was correct. He had not examined his illusion closely enough and with enough dispassion to resolve it.

This seemingly illogical teaching affected his emotions quite strongly and it took a lot of self-control on his part to maintain his normal composure. He immediately challenged the teacher in no uncertain terms and the teacher responded with as clear reasoning as he could present.

Over the next couple classes the two went back and forth numerous times with neither one convincing the other. The reaction of the students in the class was interesting. A few held on to the same illusion as Student C agreed with him and were also sure the teacher had gone astray on this point, except for one with some reservations.

The rest of the class was divided into two categories. Part of them were somewhat familiar with the illusion-based subject, but had not put enough attention on it to have strong opinions or to have embraced the illusion. Some had been mildly disposed to the illusion and some against but it was not a dogma with them – they were not entrapped by the illusion. The other part of the group had paid little attention to this subject and hadn’t given it much thought in life. They did not have enough information planted in their brain about the subject to have been trapped by the illusion.

After hearing the dialog between their teacher and Student C every single person that had not embraced the illusion sided with the teacher and could find no flaw in his reasoning, nor could they find any conflict with their own soul contact.

On the other hand, those who embraced the illusion had great difficulty in even registering the possibility they could be wrong. Even though they had respect for the teacher they could not even consider that he could have been right on this subject. They believed that their conclusions harmonized with their souls so it never occurred to them to check anew, as if they were a little child, starting fresh. Their opinion registered strongly with their emotional bodies but they would not concede they had never received soul confirmation on the subject.

And one more thing added to the confusion of those caught by the illusion. To understand the subject around the illusion one had to comprehend a number of different principles. These students correctly saw a couple of the principles involved and had received some soul contact concerning them. This caused them to be completely sure they were correct on the whole matter and refused to openly consult with their souls on the whole of the matter as taught by the teacher.

After the class exhausted all the points of the debate the two groups were beside themselves. Those caught in the illusion filtered their reasoning through the illusion and couldn’t for the life of them see why they could not convince even one person who had not believed as they did. Similarly, the other members could not understand why Student C and his few dissenters could not see what appeared to them to be the obvious truth.

The end result was that Student C became very discouraged with the teacher and began to wonder how many other errors he made that he may have overlooked. He absolutely could not wholeheartedly support any group goal that embraced the teacher’s views on this subject.

He thus had a powerful debate within himself as to whether to stay or to leave the group. After much thought he decided to stay for despite this problem, this was still the highest light he could find with which to associate.

Two others who thought as himself though took different routes. The first left the group in disgust and sought to fellowship with others who embraced the illusion.

The other one was approaching the Third Initiation and, after some time, had an epiphany. He reflected on the teacher’s words and examined his own core long held beliefs for flaws. After much soul reflection his mind, in harmony with spirit, instantly saw a greater picture and the illusion dissolved just as does the midst with the morning sun. That which was not seen before was now seen. Now the greatest mystery in his mind was why it had been so difficult for him to see it.

This student went on to be the greatest defender of the true principles as taught by the teacher as well as others that he saw for himself that was taught him by no man.

These examples paint a picture that illustrate to us the difficulty in creating a united group without violating free will. Let us list a few of the areas that cause separateness and prevent unity.

Unity problems arising from the emotional body.

(1) Any criticism or correction real or imagined can cause the aspirant to withdraw support or become negative.

(2) A feeling by the seeker that other members of the group are not doing their share.

(3) Any type of irritation toward the teacher or members of the group.

(4) Impatience because of apparent imperfection in the group.

(5) Any glamour held by the seeker can produce separateness, especially one that causes him to see himself as more spiritually evolved than he is. A feeling of superiority is a great hindrance to unity.

Unity Problems centered on the mind.

(1) The big problem originating from the mind is illusion. If the seeker sees a thing as true that is not true then he will oppose the real truth on the subject when it is presented. Because the soul always takes the side of real truth he will have much difficulty in uniting with a group that seems to be in error when it is not.

(2) The mind slays the real. If he relies too much on the mind and too little on soul contact he will find flaws in many small details causing him to reject the big picture and miss many points of truth.

(3) Unless he learns patience he can get irritated with the emotional types and want to distance himself from them.

(4) He can also become impatient with members and the group as a whole.

(5) He may have a fear that merging or supporting the group may cause him to lose his identity or intellectual discernment. He may be overly concerned about giving in to the Beast. This is a legitimate concern, but must be tempered with judgment and he must find the right time to trust.

(6) If either the mental or emotional types have their ideas rejected by the teacher or the group they are likely to feel separated and rejected unless they have soul contact.

The ideal group, or molecule would be one where all members have soul contact and can resolve any difference by looking trough the eyes of the soul together and seeing the same thing. Unfortunately, it is difficult to find even two people who can do this.

When one sees the difficulty he can understand why Jesus called John the Baptist the greatest prophet of them all. He prepared a group that had enough soul contact to create a working molecule.

The Twelve and the Twenty-Four were not perfectly soul infused and they sometimes drifted off the mark but they were sensitive enough to realize when they needed to come back to the center and see the Christ within each member of the group and drink of the same spiritual cup together.


Copyright 2011 by J J Dewey

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The Intuition, Part 4

This entry is part 9 of 49 in the series JJ Lectures

The mind is not brain activity, the mind is reasoning, logic, putting 2 and 2 together to see how 4 is made and taking 4 and understanding that 4 is composed of four ones or two, two’s. Analyzing and reasoning and logic is what develops the true mind. You talk to many people who have done well in school and you find that they really are neophytes as far using logic and reasoning goes. Yes Artie.

Artie: So would you equate the brain with computer program and the mind with a computer programmer?

JJ: Yes kind of, when you develop the mind you realize that you are not a computer but when you just use the brain you function as a computer and you do not question because you pretty much do what you are told to do. When you begin to use the mind you realize that you are a larger being than you thought you were and that you can decide for yourself how you are going to be programmed and so to a degree you start to be your own programmer.

Audience: Inaudible

JJ: Yes to a degree but once you are talking about principles you are getting more into the intuitive area. I was on a mission when I was a young guy for the Mormon Church before they threw me out. They gave me this new companion and he had a 4.0 in college. Back in those days this was no easy accomplishment as compared to today where they give out good grades like candy. This was 1964-1965. We had to learn these six missionary lessons and memorize them word for word. I just could not believe this guy was a 4.0 because every time he gave a lesson he had to go through and re-memorize the whole thing over and over.

This is what really got me thinking about intelligence, I had like a 2.2 and he had a 4.0 and I never had to review at all; I was always ready to go. Then when we were given a new lesson I would read it over once and then just go and give it and he had to read it over and over and study it for like a month and I thought how in the world did this guy get a 4.0? I just did not understand it.

But then once I came to various realizations about what true intelligence was it began to fall into place. I had come across quite a number of other people that had also had good grades and I found that a lot of people that got close to a 4.0 grade average were not very bright in a lot of ways. On the other hand, there are always exceptions. I had a good friend of mine who had a 4.0 in college and he was very bright and he also played football. His 4.0 was in engineering and he had good emotional intelligence. This guy really had it all together and he was quite the guy and I really admired him a lot, so there are exceptions to every rule. If any of you people achieved high grades I am not putting you down at all.

Audience: Chuckling!

JJ: So the next step is to develop the mind and as we develop the mind we let the emotional and instinctive self go below the threshold of consciousness and we concentrate on reason, wisdom, philosophy. When we get into philosophy, we begin to think a lot about things. The person may go through different religious thinking and he may study different philosophers, he may go into business, which requires a lot of common sense. Business really teaches people to develop the mind because you cannot operate a business without knowing how things work and how to make it better, isn’t that right Wayne, Wayne has a business and it about drives him crazy I will tell you! Chuckling Anybody else have a business? You have a business right? Don’t you think that operating your business is good mental development?

Audience: Yes!

JJ: It forces you to concentrate on common sense. We may be lazy and not want to develop common sense but once you lose money it wakes you up and you pay attention.

Audience: The thing about my business is that it is below the level of consciousness, there are so many times that I do the same thing over again!

JJ: I understand that, I make signs and what I do is I listen to audio books while I am making signs so I am concentrating on the book and my hands are just doing the sign work.

Wayne from Audience: In my business you cannot anticipate all the stupidity with both employees and customers.

Audience: Laughing!

JJ: Laughing! Do you guys remember the story about Wayne where this guy took out the wrong tree in a clients backyard? I have heard a lot better stories than that from Wayne but I did not want to embarrass him by putting the real whoppers in my book “The Immortal.” He tells me some things and when I was writing about Wayne I thought, well I had better not put this in, for one thing people will not believe it and for another thing I do not know if Wayne would want it in there! Laughing! I think that was true about the guy who took out the wrong tree, Wayne you have had that happen several times, right.

Wayne: One was a about a $12,000 mistake.

JJ: Boy that will make you really start to examine yourself really quick when you make a mistake that big. That’s what business does, you will be gliding along and everything will be going fine and then something major will happen and then you step back and say wait I must be doing something wrong and we have to sharpen our edges here. It really forces you to think.

The business world is one of the main areas where we learn to think and reason. Religion and philosophy also requires us to figure things out. Now the trouble with religion is most people in religion are not thinking about it and they just take things in like a sponge. For instance, they will say, well yes when I take the Eucharist it turns into the actual body of Jesus and they do not even think about how silly that sounds. Maybe they say well yes there is a heaven and hell and I guess if I do not believe the right way then I am going to burn for all eternity. They do not think about the fact that the Bible says the God loves us more than we love our own children and why would he burn us for all eternity? They do not think about that but when the person develops the mind they will still think about religion but they will start analyzing and will think, “does this make sense?”

Would I take one of my children and throw him into a bunch of fires and have him burn forever and then after he burns up he is put back together so he burns again and he suffers over and over for all eternity, like the old time preachers say?

So they start thinking about these things and think, well this can’t be right because it makes no sense. And then often times people will create friction among the true believers so to speak. In the past these people that were developing their minds and asking questions were often put in prison or to death and had all kinds of bad things happen to them. We are very fortunate that we live an age where we can voice what we feel without somebody with a lot of authority coming after us and putting us in chains and torturing us to death. Probably all of us in the past have gone through that at one time or another.

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1  One who dwells on the plane of the mind will have to step down to the emotional plane to deal with those encountered there.

2  Generally, what seems like supernatural guidance for personal issues only affecting ourselves comes from the Higher Mind or Superconscious.

3  Overall the guidance a person receives from the hidden mind will be more accurate and useful than that received by the average person from his emotional feeling self.

4  The mind reflects the soul and thus the mind can lead us to the soul – after all the plane of the mind is where the Masters can be found.

5  Emotion leads us into experience with no plan to master that experience. Mind must eventually be brought into play to create plans and direct the emotion and the experience in a constructive direction.

6  There is always a danger for the seeker and the danger that comes from the mind is to allow “the mind to slay the real.”

7  Emotion without mind is self destructive.

8  There comes a time when the pull of reason and intuition become stronger than feeling, for the mind can no longer justify the entity accepting illogical feeling beliefs.

9  Many religious people believe that a logical approach to the spiritual is misleading or even evil.

10  So if time, space, numbers, the earth and universe did not come from God, where did they come from? I know. You say the mind of man. So where did this mind come from? If the mind was created by God then time space and numbers were also created by God. But if our minds were not created by God, then where do you think they came from?

11  The mind controls emotions in two ways. (1) The individual has progressed to the plane of the mind and can directly control and direct emotion through the power of his thought. (2) The individual has not progressed to the plane of the mind but has programming in his brain created by someone else who has progressed to the plane of mind or above.

12  I have talked to a number of people involved in cults and read much of their literature and they are generally more interesting to talk to about philosophy and more mental in their approach than the standard Episcopalian.

13  Obstacles to soul contact must be removed by the light of the soul shining upon the mind, or by the mind coming to an understanding which will in turn receive the soul light.

14  The mind must be stimulated and take control of the decision making process.

15  When the mind has understanding and sees the value of working through the negativity then it can decide to follow a path to render harmless the negative emotion.

16  Without the aid of the mind the final centering on the God within cannot be maintained on a permanent basis.

17  Shepherds are those who are ascended to the plane of the mind or above and are prepared to lead others to greater learning and direction.

18  Many there are who, instead of working to advance humanity into mind, seek to take them deeper into emotional polarization which takes people back into the past just as much as a fire and brimstone preacher does.

19  The development of mind and reason overriding emotion will do much to put things in perspective and cause do-gooders to work at doing good in areas where a real difference can be made verses a psychological difference.

20  A disciple of Christ uses his mind to devise a plan that is so logical to be irrefutable from those who are astral based.

21  If the One Holy Spirit of Truth speaks through me and you together, we will be as one mind.

22  After a principle is made clear to the student, through an increase in light, much knowledge then becomes available to the physical brain that was previously hidden.

23  In the end, open-mindedness is open communication through the mind, or from mind to mind, until oneness is achieved. Two open-minded people placed together will eventually become one in thought.

24  Many New Agers as well as Born Againers are telling us to “lose the mind,” “Become mindless,” or “follow your feelings and ignore the mind.” Such teachings are 100 percent Piscean and will soon pass away.

25  Without the dominance of mind over emotion there will always be a lack of completion of purpose and a drifting off randomly in a new direction.

26  The emotions cannot control themselves and their redemption comes from the mind controlling them.

27  When the disciple treads the path of Christ he brings down to mind the truths of heaven and the true knowledge of the kingdom of God.

28  There are many mediocre minds with large egos who will do everything in their power to get greater minds to follow them.

29  It takes no original thinking to merely attempt to nullify or make fuzzy the words of others using the same logic over and over.

30  To go beyond being a knee jerk reaction or sliding down the road of the line of least resistance does require the “arrogance” to examine all information, often ignore established authority and to make a judgment based on what you perceive as the best direction.

31  The Beast maintains its power through the manipulation of emotional energy and to escape its influence we must rise to the plane of the mind and the mind can only be developed in an atmosphere of freedom.

32  When the light of the soul is reflected off the mind and there is interplay, understanding is realized and greater knowledge is available to the seeker.

33  Once we have discovered and understand our limitations we must project our minds into the probable future on a daily basis.

34  A person may use common sense principles in his business and have great success, yet let all reason fly out the window in his relationships or with his religion.

35  Humanity is at a crisis point where it is seeking to stabilize itself in the mind and hovers between the yielding of the mind to emotion or soul.

36  Wisdom energies in connection with the two head centers are very much linked to mind and thought as well as spiritual feeling.

37  Truth is not relative, but the image of truth we have in our minds is indeed relative to our understanding.

38  A thought about something being true does not make it true, or even close to the truth. Thinking that something, which is false, as being true, is illusion, not truth.

39  If you are a real positive thinker you will be taking positive action to materialize those thoughts.

40  It is dangerous to think we can stay positive by avoiding discussions about negative energies and people. Darkness is always dispelled by shining light upon it.

41  Wisdom is gained by reflection and making the full use of the mind as a two-way mirror between the worlds by the use of the Law of Correspondences.

42  The way to discover knowledge and develop ability to commune through the oneness principle is through the meditative state called contemplation.

43  A truth from the plane of the mind is a true conclusion derived from reasoning, logic and higher understanding.

44  One cannot prove any position from DK’s [Djwhal Khul’s] writings to one polarized on the plane of the mind or higher.

45  The main purpose of the mind is to teach us to become creators on the physical plane in preparation for higher creation which will follow later.

46  Mind takes the lower love and transmutes it into the higher love, blends all with brain and out comes logic which leads to wisdom.

47  Mind leads us to ask, to reason and to create philosophy for better life, for livingness that has never been seen upon the earth before.

48  It is always dangerous to let any belief and blind reasoning hold the mind in check.

49  Emotion can influence mind and mind can influence emotion, but mind has the final say on any decision. That’s why we say “make up your mind,” and not “make up your feelings.”

50  Mind on the dark path becomes the dictator of emotion. But mind on the path of light becomes the liberator of feelings in denial.

51  The mind will often destroy emotional conclusions, and such a thoughtform created by the emotions will fight to maintain its life.

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1  This is the purpose of the Intuitive Principle – to cause you to contemplate on questions in hope of touching the soul.

2  Probably the most misunderstood higher contact made through the soul is the intuition.

3  Perhaps the most common thing to be mistaken for the intuition is psychic reception.

4  When we speak of intuition we are not using it according to the common definition in the world, for the world does not understand what soul intuition is and therefore is not equipped to give a definition.

5  Intuition operates through the language of principles and psychic impression operates through the transference of information or data.

6  The closest the average person comes to approaching the intuition is in use of ideas.

7  We could call intuition a higher idea stimulated by soul contact and a regular idea a “lower idea.”

8  The intuition uses all the faculties of the lower self including lower ideas, but takes them further.

9  When the intuition works properly, the seeker can often write a book on the one holy instant of downloading what came into the physical brain.

10  In ancient times initiates were often given dangerous tests to force a point of tension to stimulate the intuition of the disciple. Partially because of the complexity of the modern world such tests are not necessary, for in the day to day world of complex situations and living, it is usually possible to create our own points of tension making a trek to a far away pyramid unnecessary.

11  Intuition is ALWAYS accompanied by understanding. He who receives information, but does not understand it, receives it by some other way.

12  Many who teach and claim to have Christ Consciousness possess little more than higher emotional feeling. Such feeling is pleasant, but it does not mean that the world of the intuition is opened up so the Oneness Principle is activated.

13  The first soul contact comes long before development of the intuition.

14  Soul contact opens the door to all higher contacts, and the intuition opens still another door to even higher levels. Intuition could, therefore, be called the revelation of that which lies behind knowledge or the revelation of principles.

15  He who uses intuition reflects the higher light off the mind and filters the knowledge down to the physical brain.

16  Some psychic impression is accurate and some is not, but even if it is accurate this reception works through different principles than intuition does.

17  If a person obtains knowledge outside the normal realm of learning this does not mean he has used the intuition.

18  Definition of Intuition (not found in any standard dictionary) is:  “The reception by the mind, as a result of a point of tension reached through contemplation, of a principle which leads to a ‘flashing forth’ of understanding, which leads to unlimited knowledge.”

19  A child does not use intuition as we have defined it here. A child’s mind is not equipped to do the type of contemplation needed.

20  Those who are the true intuitives of the world will never feel alone and isolated because mentally they are already gathered, or synthesized.

21  Whereas instinct impresses important facts upon the mind of the receiver, intuition impresses the principles behind the facts. He who wields instinct knows. He who masters intuition knows, and knows that he knows, and knows why he knows.

22  As far as I know this is a first for the introduction of new teachings and principles through the intuitive principle which are virtually unrevealed to the world at large.

23  Understand and develop the principle of intuition through which quantums of truth can be downloaded into your mind and understood by the heart.

24  The problem with understanding intuition is that a full realization of it requires a degree of soul contact. If the principle is explained to one who does not have soul contact, this person will not comprehend it.

25  The intuition leads to comprehension of a principle which leads to knowledge and not knowledge or facts only.

26  Without the connecting link of the intuition the mind determines that illusion is real, and because it is full of facts and does not understand all true principles, it rejects or “slays” the true reality.

27  The mind must be led out of deception and illusion by the power of the intuition.

28  The path to the intuition is forged on the plane of the mind.

29  The main obstacle that prevents the mind from finding intuition is that the mind “slays the real.”

30  Feeling alone excludes reason whereas intuition includes it.

31  The intuition is only correctly perceived when heart and mind have been balanced. Without balance great deception will be present.

32  One cannot develop the full powers of the intuition unless he first masters the powers of the mind and its power to reason and see logical correspondences.

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