A dialogue with my inner voices, or “The Club,” as I like to call them now. Think of it like a dialogue with my subconscious in a form of stream-of-consciousness writing. It helps me formulate my thoughts, bring them to the surface, and develop them further. But sometimes, new insight are added. And I am not sure where they come from. I leave the question open. You be the judge.
[ … talking about how sometimes in an inner dialogue I can’t remember a name. ]
Hanns: So why is that I sometimes cannot remember a name?
The Club: Hanns, we can only speak with the knowledge that is in your mind already. We can only use that vocabulary. And you are just bad with remembering names!
H: Don’t I know it. [smiling]
C: If you needed the names given to you, it would be easier if you were a trance medium, like Jane Roberts was. Then we (in her case it was “Seth”)* could literally spell things.
But that is not your way. Because you don’t like to lose control.
H: So true. My wife tells me that all the time
[ laughing ]
C: That’s because you are a “free spirit” and able to walk your own path.
No matter. We can only work with what is in your mind.
H: Getting two things at once. Slow down!
C: Yes. So point number one is, the more you know, the more we can work with you. So knowledge from all angles and views is the foundation.
Just like in “the glass bead game.” A new metaphor you just added lately. A few weeks ago, we could not have used that analogy.
But then you learned about it, and now it is a definite part of you – it is one of your access points.
But the other thought you just had above: State it yourself.
H: That you can then work with what I have in my mind and ( SLOW DOWN! Too fast)* trigger something new, that I did not see before. A new connection.
*[What happened here was that insights were coming too fast, simultaneously, either from me or “them.” I asked to slow it down so that I can sort through it and write them down]
C: And that is right. The conversation right now is just us talking with your thoughts and subconscious.
Or, as you always word it: You just talking with your subconscious.
But, if you consider Jung’s collective unconscious, where is the boundary?
[laughing, both I and “them”]
H: Yes, I think Frank [DeMarco] had that, too, once .
C: Exactly. But go back to that earlier thought where you said slow down. You remembered something.
H: Yes. I remembered a small conversation with David which came though very lucent. He said, you will never be able to do the math formulas, the heavy mathematical lifting. Because that is not in your mind. We cannot talk to you there. So he said, all you need to be is a bridge [an aid] for others to gain an insight.
And I felt so relieved.*
*[I included the short conversation below, it fits well in this post]
C: And that’s exactly it. We can only work with the ability of your mind, but you cannot expect, and neither do we, that we can talk to you in ANY language – and math is but a different language.
You have some math [knowledge], enough to understand. And that is all you need.
H: I am losing the beam (or thread)
C: Yes, enough now. Go paint your roof.
H: Hope I won’t fall down.
C: We, too [laughing]. But you won’t.
Here is the conversation with an inner voice mentioned above, from 4/10/2019 around 11:15 P.M. before going to Bed. The voice came through very strong and lucid. Definitely a different feel than most of my inner dialogues. I am glad I found a post where I can insert it.
H: I would really like to understand [all these mathematical formulas]
DB: You don’t have to. You don’t have to be the one [who does the formulas]. You just “have to be” the bridge. [ implying it is a choice ]
H: I love that idea!
DB: Then we are good.
The process can trigger thoughts in you for which you have a basis. You must have a trigger. You must have a previous though it [the process] can build on.
Yes, it can leap [like a flash of insights ]. But it needs a ledge you can leap from. So the process can build on that, but you can’t move too fast.
Namaste — I bow to you and the Divine in you.
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