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Date Posted: 09:08
Subject: Re: Praise for Ketch-i & Hendrik-ji
In reply to:
's message, "Re: Praise for Ketch-i & Hendrik-ji" on 09:07
Interesting thought ... but it doesn't seem to fit. People that have those kinds of "ultimate" experiences that we are talking about often have trouble even relating or functioning in this dimension for a time afterwards. This energy changes every cell in the body, reprograms the brain, etc. Anyway, it certainly would run contrary to my own experience that anyone would have a reaction other than wanting to share and help others to attain the same. It is just part of the vibration of the pure Light Itself to love and want to share that love. If you have never experienced this sort of thing, then I can see how the mind would want to consider all the what ifs. It is just like trying to mentally understand what God is. Until you actually know, the mind comes up with all kinds of "possibilities," but once you actualy know, all the possibilities are blown away along with the ego that tries to come up with them in its effort to deny Reality, because Reality means its death. So, it seems kind of like saying that all physical human beings indigenous to the earth may not need oxygen to survive and function on an ongoing basis, and that maybe the ones who don't are living somewhere else. We never see or hear of any of them just because they do not have to live here and choose to live somewhere else where we have no contact with them. Or maybe there just aren't any, in which case we are back to just words and the lack of the actual experience that is beyond words. When everyone that you hear about or meet that has actually met God seems to react in pretty much the same way, do you not think that it is a pretty good bet that anyone who meets God will most likely react in a very similar way? It is like all the questions in the mind before it happens, all those what ifs ... and then it happens. When it happens for you, I am sure you will want nothing more than to share it with anyone who will listen. Later on, you may be forced to become a little more discretionary with whom you try to share it, because there are definitely beings, no doubt among those who need it the most (not that anyone really needs it more than anyone else), who do not want to hear it and their egos are even incensed by the perceived threat that the knowledge brings. Perhaps I digress a bit, but does this make any sense to you? Have you ever experienced anything like what I am trying to address, friend?
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