Phenomenon of Consciousness (15)

Hence, we are almost driven to accept the pituitary and pineal glandular bodies as the separate organs, which separately produce the two necessary reagents, they being the only glandular bodies whose position would enable them to perform this function. This hypothesis is substantially supported by the position of these organs in the center of the … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (15)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (14)

Consciousness, instead of being essential to living bodies, is never even persistent in any living body. It is invariably an intermittent or periodic phenomenon and any tendency toward persistence is generally, if not always, detrimental or destructive to the organism. The average period of consciousness of living animals is about twelve hours, followed normally by … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (14)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (13)

It appears from this jumble of the imaginary, hypothetical and concrete that the mind is the soul; that it is energy, force and matter and at the same time not matter; that the soul is the disembodied spirit; that the spirit is the disembodied soul while residing in the body and after leaving the body; … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (13)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (12)

Whatever the mind may be, it is not the brain, and cognitions are undoubtedly either the acts or phenomena resulting from acts of the brain, or of the brain in conjunction with other parts of the living body. There is no doubt that cognitions depend entirely upon the operations of the living body and that … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (12)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (11)

There are at least seven different kinds of sensation: sight, hearing, taste, smell, touch, temperature and pressure. It is difficult to conceive of a conscious state existing in any body, which has not experienced any of these sensations. Cognitions of internal relations. These are numerous and we shall not attempt to even mention them all. … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (11)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (10)

The phenomenon of consciousness has already been defined as the cognition or knowledge of the existence of self and of the Universe. The word also defines, as previously stated, a certain state or condition of the brain, in which the brain has this power of cognition of self-existence and of other simultaneous cognitions. This phenomenon … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (10)

Is a healer bound to heal everyone

Diane a healer, questioned her group whether the sick people she comes in contact with should be healed, if they ask for help. It became an interesting debate because some said yes, some said no and some said yes but with caution. This story emerged when a co-worker/friend of Diane who was diagnosed with cancer … Continue reading Is a healer bound to heal everyone

Phenomenon of Consciousness (9)

All attempts heretofore made to account for the origin or existence of the Universe involve such contradictions or ambiguities. No rational account can be given of any phenomenon without previously accepting the existence of the physical universe as made known to consciousness through sense and cognition. A theory based on a mathematical space of four … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (9)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (8)

Every change is, therefore, A process in which energy acts UPON matter in space during time. The most complicated change is nothing more and the simplest is nothing less. Energy, matter, space and time, being necessary and sufficient for every change capable of cognition, constitute the physical elements of the Universe. The study of these … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (8)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (7)

What constitutes change? Change, as it is manifested through the organs of sense and interpreted by the power of cognition, consists in a difference between successive states of what we call the universe. We usually think of change as a change in matter. This is probably because matter, mass or substance is the vehicle through … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (7)

The burden of proof lies on the seer

It is said that predictions or prophecies in order to be valid, must happen within a certain time frame, but more and more we are realizing that it is not so. Our psychics are now validating things that were told to them or shown to them, years past, months past, weeks past as well as … Continue reading The burden of proof lies on the seer

Phenomenon of Consciousness (6)

The physical Universe presents itself to cognition or consciousness as a continuous succession of conditions produced by change. Change is everywhere and incessant. The sum total of human knowledge is knowledge of continuous change in the present and recollection or memory of change in the past. All supposed knowledge of the future is not knowledge. … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (6)

One view of the Nadir

V.K. one of our psychics, had a discussion with another psychic in the group on 2-21-21 because he had had a vision of a white elephant on 2-6-21. He had searched for the meaning of the white elephant and what it could mean to him. He read about the Vedic god Indra and that his … Continue reading One view of the Nadir

Phenomenon of Consciousness (5)

There are, therefore, two distinct kinds or classes of cognitions: those stimulated or produced by external relations transferred into correlative internal relations within the brain through the organs of sense, that is, cognitions originating in energy transmitted by the organs of sense; and those stimulated or produced by internal relations already existing within the brain, … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (5)

An out-of-body experience to Dakhineshwar Temple

In October 2008, Isabel had the most amazing experience of her life. She and her daughter were living in Florida. As the two of them walked the hallway in their building and entered the elevator, they felt a sudden pull coming from nowhere which sucked them into a whirlwind or a void. From there, they … Continue reading An out-of-body experience to Dakhineshwar Temple

Phenomenon of Consciousness (4)

We appear to have no power of dealing with, of considering, discussing or even contemplating anything but cognitions. In a physical sense we may handle portions of the Universe. We may impress upon portions of the Universe the power of intelligence and will to produce or prevent changes of condition, but intellectually we are able … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (4)

Psychics, know your worth

Psychics, know your worth and maintain your integrity. Often, in the mystical world that we are in, we have to deal with skeptics or with those who are deliberately offensive. We become defensive and we end up arguing our point over and over again, to the delight of the ones who oppose our views. To … Continue reading Psychics, know your worth

Phenomenon of Consciousness (3)

The same is true of words spoken in the same room with the hearer, even spoken directly into the ear. No external word, no external sound, ever reaches the brain. There is no external sound. The only sounds ever heard in any brain are cognitions originating and existing only in the brain—cognitions of internal relations … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (3)

George Washington

"The permanence of the choo choo train is but a fantasy." In 2018, while camping in the national forest in Virginia, Isabel saw herself being transported and dropped in the Capitol under the cupola. This moment was the culmination of her conversation with America. Part of the conversation went like this: (America, you said that … Continue reading George Washington

Phenomenon of Consciousness (2)

The word "phenomenon" is usually defined as an appearance, but it includes anything which appears or becomes known, not only through vision, but in any way. A thought or any cerebral act or state capable of cognition, capable of becoming known, is a phenomenon. The word is very often used to designate appearances, visual or … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (2)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (1)

Two MEN Stand with their faces toward the setting sun. One has the ordinary power of vision, the other is blind. To the one there appears a beautiful phenomenon, to the other, nothing. Both are facing the same juxtaposition of elements,—energy, matter, space and time, which constitutes the sunset sky. To the one there is … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (1)

Marquis de la Fayette

    Seers get incomprehensible messages very often. They may ask for the meaning of a particular message and still not get any response. They tend to spend hours analyzing the message. And then, they let go when they accept that down the road the answer will be revealed. And so it is that on … Continue reading Marquis de la Fayette

Consciousness (7)

In this form the question is unanswerable, for it is founded on false premises. The Perfect is the All, the Totality, the Sum of Being. Within its infinity, as above said, is everything contained, every potentiality, as well as actuality, of existence. All that has been, is, will be, can be, ever is in that … Continue reading Consciousness (7)

Consciousness (6)

In matter far subtler than the physical—as mind-stuff—the creative power of consciousness is more readily seen than in the dense material of the physical plane. Matter becomes dense or rare, and changes its combinations and forms, according to the thoughts of a consciousness active therein. While the fundamental atoms—due to the Logic thought—remain unchanged, they … Continue reading Consciousness (6)

Christmas of yesteryear

When I was a little girl, Christmas for me was the long-awaited moment when Petit Papa Noël was coming down to bring me several gifts. December 24 was when the Réveillon was done and family members gathered at one house or another to share that special time together. Food and drinks were a plenty, Christmas … Continue reading Christmas of yesteryear

Consciousness (5)

Consciousness dealing with a definite time, however long or short, with a definite space, however vast or restricted, is individual, that of a concrete Being, a Lord of many universes, or some universes, or a universe, or of any so-called portion of a universe, his portion and to him therefore a universe—these terms varying as … Continue reading Consciousness (5)

Consciousness (4)

To say this is not to materialise consciousness, but only to recognise the fact that the two primary opposites, consciousness and matter, are straightly bound together, are never apart, not even in the highest Being. Matter is limitation, and without limitation consciousness is not. So far from materialising consciousness, it puts it as a concept … Continue reading Consciousness (4)

Never underestimate the tears of a mother

Last October, Isabel met this interesting woman, Sophia, at a library she stopped at on her way to another state. This library had a large café study room with three flat screen TVs and several windows where they could see lush green trees and plants outside. As all of them in the room were glued … Continue reading Never underestimate the tears of a mother

Consciousness (2)

This leads us to our next point: the existence of consciousness implies a lion into two aspects of the fundamental all-underlying Unity. The modern name of consciousness, " awareness," equally implies this. For you cannot hang up awareness in the void: awareness implies something of which it is aware, a duality at the least. Otherwise … Continue reading Consciousness (2)

Consciousness (1)

The Meaning of the Word. Let us now consider what we mean by consciousness, and see if this consideration will build for us the much longed-for "bridge," which is the despair of modern thought, between consciousness and matter, will span for us the "gulf" alleged to exist for ever between them. To begin with a … Continue reading Consciousness (1)

Thought Forms (9)

Perhaps the supreme example of a thought-form is that known in the Christian Church as the Angel of the Presence. This is not a member of the kingdom of the Angels, but a thought-form of the Christ, wearing His likeness and being an extension of the consciousness of the Christ Himself. It is by means … Continue reading Thought Forms (9)

Thought Forms (8)

There is, however, a type of clairvoyance rather more advanced than ordinary clairvoyance, necessitating a certain amount of control upon the mental plane. It is necessary to retain so much hold over a newly created thought-form as will render it possible to receive impressions by means of it. Such impressions as were made upon the … Continue reading Thought Forms (8)

Thought Forms (7)

The student will readily perceive that a thought-form can affect another person only if in the aura of that person there are materials capable of responding sympathetically to the vibration of the thought-form. In cases where the vibrations of the thought-form are outside the limits within which the person’s aura is capable of vibrating, the … Continue reading Thought Forms (7)

Thought Forms (6)

The difference between the effect of a thought-wave and that of a thought-form is that the thought-wave, does not produce a definite complete idea, but tends to produce a thought as the same character as itself; a thought-wave is thus much less definite in its action, but reaches a far wider circle. A thought-form on … Continue reading Thought Forms (6)

A boon from the Hindu goddess Laxmi

It is sometimes said that if a prediction or prophecy does not manifest in one or two weeks, then it is not legit. This theory may hold some truth but it is not an absolute. There are predictions that may take months or even years to come true. Last year 2019, Diana spent everyday from … Continue reading A boon from the Hindu goddess Laxmi

Thought Forms (5)

Usually each definite thought creates a new thought-form; but if a thought-form of the same nature is already hovering round the thinker, under certain circumstances a new thought on the same subject, instead of creating a new form, coalesces with and strengthens the old one, so that by long brooding over the same subject a … Continue reading Thought Forms (5)

It was a divine call

The mystical realm chooses the way it wants to offer lessons of high importance. It is usually up to us to figure out the meaning of such lessons. One of our psychics enjoys expressing her dreams or visions in poetry style. Here is another another one of hers:    It was a divine call In … Continue reading It was a divine call