You must try to understand the nature of reality. To some small extent I have begun to explain this, and the ideas, in themselves, will make you think. To perceive other realities, we have to use the Inner Senses — methods of perception that belong to the inner self and operate whether or not we have a physical form.
The Inner Senses expand normal consciousness and allow us to become aware of our own multidimensional existence.
Undistorted and yours for the asking, is the knowledge inherent in the inner self, pertaining to reality as a whole, its laws, principles and composition.
In the inner self you will find the innate knowledge concerning the creation of the camouflage universe as you know it. You will find the ways and means by which the inner self, existing in the climate of psychological reality, helps create the various planes of existence, constructs outer senses to project and perceive these, and the ways by which reincarnations take place within various systems. Here, also, you will find your own answers as to
how the inner self transforms energy for it purpose, changes its form, and adopts other realities, and the mechanics involved.
These will enable you to perceive reality as it exists independent of the physical world. You must learn to recognize, develop, and use them. The methods are given in the material, but you cannot utilize the material until you understand it.
You must, first of all, cease identifying yourself completely with your ego, and realize that you can perceive more than your ego perceives. You must demand more of yourself than you ever have before. The material is not for those who would deceive themselves with packaged, ribboned truths that are parceled out and cut apart so you can digest them. The material demands that you intellectually and intuitively expand.
Consciousness can be turned in many directions, but you are in the habit of directing it along one certain path, and you have forgotten that there are other paths.
If you consider the conscious mind that you usually use as one door, then you stand at the threshold of this mind and look out into physical reality. But there are other doors… It is true that when you close one door there may be a moment of distortion before you open another, and you may need to learn the methods by which you can perceive other realities, other conscious portions of yourself. But these portions are as valid and as real as the consciousness with which you are ordinarily familiar.
There is only one way to learn what consciousness is: by studying and exploring your own awareness, by changing the focus of your attention and using your own consciousness in as many ways as possible.
When you look into yourself, the very effort involved extends the limitations of your consciousness, expands it, and allows the egotistical self to use its abilities that it often does not realize it possesses.
The Inner Senses reveal to us our own independence from physical matter, and let us recognize our unique, individual multidimensional identity.
Properly utilized, they also show us the miracle of physical existence and our place in it. We can live a wiser, more productive, happier physical life because we understand why we are here, individually and as a people.
The Inner Senses can help us to use telepathic abilities. This means that in family, business, or social contacts, we will intuitively be aware of what another person is saying to us: we will know what is beneath their words. You will also use words better yourself to communicate your inner feelings since you will better know what those feelings are. You will not be afraid of them or feel the need to cover them up.
Using the Inner Senses, we simply increase our entire range of perception.
The point of learning how to use the Inner Senses is that you will learn what reality is… This self-investigation initiates states of consciousness with which you are not usually familiar, and these senses can be used as investigative tools.
Books cannot tell you this. Even if you use psychoanalysis, you are still only exploring the topmost levels of your personality, and you do not have the benefit of those altered states of consciousness that occur when you look into yourself.
In this sort of exploration, the personality attempts to go within itself, to find its way through the veils of adopted characteristics of its own inner identity.
The inner core of the self has telepathic and clairvoyant abilities that greatly affect family relationships – and your civilization. Now you are not using these abilities effectively. These are precisely the abilities that are needed now. If there is to be any hope of world communication, then each of you must understand where your potentials are.
THE INNER SENSES ARE …
(These are my interpretation of them — andy)
Inner Vibrational Touch – consciousness expands to contain other living things, like empathy but perceived as an overall impression like hot or cold.
Psych Time – relax, turn of physical, tune in inner focus inward.
Perception of Past, Present, Future – time expanded Inner Vibrational Touch
The Conceptual Sense – complete understanding of concept on all levels
Cognition of Knowledgeable Essence – stronger instantaneous cognition of the essence
Innate Knowledge of Basic Reality – particular data to make manipulation possible – instinct
Expansion or Contraction of the Tissue Capsule – “tissue” surrounding consciousness in any system – astral
isentanglement from Camouflage – change of frequency
Diffusion by the Energy Personality – birth – projection into systems
SOME UNSORTED INFORMATION
You are not the creators of the universe, but are the creators of the physical world as you know it.
YOU create your own reality.
Thought is energy.
When you are in a state that is not the usual waking one (asleep or “daydreaming”) you are conscious and alert. You merely block out the memory of this experience from the waking ego.
Electromagnetic energy units are the forms that basic experience takes when directed by the inner self. These then form physical matter and objects.
When a person dies (having chosen their own death, although not “consciously”), you must tell the person that they are free to leave, and that you joyfully give them their freedom. Let them know that they need not stay close, because you realize that you will be reunited.
Your expectations send telepathic suggestions.
Telepathic conditions called root assumptions exist, of which each individual is subconsciously aware.
Those who know existence on a physical level now, have, because of certain cycles, lived before at approximately the same historical periods. They possess an inner familiarity, a cohesiveness that belongs with the same sort of reality.
Energy projected into any kind of construction, psychic or physical, cannot be recalled, and must follow the laws of the particular form into which it has been molded.
Dreams can give clues to all kinds of behavior.
When you dream of others, they know it. When they dream of you know it. There would be nothing gained, however in conscious awareness of these conditions, at this time.
The self has no boundaries except those it accepts out of ignorance.
Later, in your time, you will look into the physical system at others in a position like yours now.
Within your physical atoms the origins of all consciousness still sing.
Your idea of space and time is determined by your neurological structure. The camouflage is so craftily executed and created by the inner self that you must, by necessity, focus your attention on the physical reality which has been created.
The single line of physical experience is merely the surface thread along which you seem to travel. In actuality, following this analogy, there would be an infinite number of threads both above and below your own, all part of one inconceivably miraculous webwork.
The purpose of existence is, quite simply, being as opposed to nonbeing.
I am telling you what I know, and there is much I do not know.
I KNOW THAT HELP MUST BE GIVEN ONE TO THE OTHER, AND THAT EXTENSIONS AND EXPANSIONS ARE AIDS TO BEING.
Each self, as part of All That Is, retains the memory of the state of agony before their release into actuality, and so each consciousness is driven toward survival, change, development and creativity.
There are answers to some questions that I cannot give you about the origin of All That Is, for they are not known
anywhere in the system in which we have our existence.
Entities, being action, always shift and change. There is nothing arbitrary about their boundaries. Any personality can become an entity on its own. This involves a highly developed knowledge of the use of energy and its intensities.
When a race is in deepest stress and faced with great problems, it will call forth someone like Christ. It will seek out and indeed from itself produce the very personalities necessary to give it strength.
When every young man refuses to go to war, you will have peace. You do not defend any idea with violence.
As long as you fight for greed and gain, there will be no peace.
Jane Roberts quotes Dr. Joseph Murphy — The Power of Your Subconscious Mind:
The power of your subconscious is enormous. It inspires you, guides you, reveals to you names and facts and scenes from the storehouse of memory. It started your heartbeat, controls circulation of your blood, regulates digestion, assimilation, and elimination. When you eat a piece of bread, your subconscious transmutes it into tissue, muscle, bone and blood Your subconscious controls all the vital processes and functions of your body.
It never sleeps or rests. You can discover the miracle-working power of the subconscious by plainly stating to your subconscious mind, prior to sleep, that you wish a specific thing accomplished. Here then is a source of power and wisdom that places you in touch with omnipotence, or the power that moves the world, guides the planets in their course, and causes the sun to shine. Your subconscious mind is the source of your ideals, aspirations and altruistic urges.
Whatever thoughts, beliefs, opinions, theories or dogma you write, engrave or impress on your subconscious mind – you will experience them as the objective manifestation of circumstances, conditions and events; what you write on the inside, you experience on the outside.
It is a universal truth that whatever you impress on your subconscious mind is expressed on the screen of space as condition, experience and event. Thought is incipient action. The reaction is a response from your subconscious mind which corresponds with the nature of your thought. Your subconscious mind can be likened to the soil which can grow all kinds of seeds, good or bad. Every thought is a cause and every condition an effect.
As you sow in your subconscious mind, so shall you reap in your body and environment. Whatever your conscious mind assumes and believes to be true, your subconscious mind will accept and bring to pass. Whatever you habitually think sinks into the subconscious. The subconscious is the seat of the emotions and is a creative mind. Once subconscious accepts an idea, it begins to execute it. Whatever you feel is true, your subconscious will accept and bring forth into experience
~ The Early Session, Volume 9, ESP Class May 6, 1969, page 284, by Jane Roberts
“Many quite limiting ideas will pass without scrutiny under the guise of goodness. You may feel quite virtuous, for example, in hating evil, or what seems to you to be evil; but if you find yourself concentrating upon either hatred or evil, you are creating it. If you are poor you may feel quite self-righteous in your financial condition, looking with scorn upon those who are wealthy, telling yourself that money is wrong and so reinforcing the condition of poverty…If you are ill, you may find yourself dwelling upon the misery of your condition, and bitterly envying those who are healthy, bemoaning your state- and therefore perpetuating it through your thoughts…
Hatred of war will not bring peace-another example. Only love of peace will bring those conditions.”
~ Seth, Nature Of Personal Reality, used in Create Your Own Reality, a Seth Workbook by Nancy Ashley