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Found this quote this morning, by Robert Coon
« on: May 12, 2018, 09:40:48 am »
"The clear, conscious Immortal True Will also has an ally inside the body at the deepest levels. Mystics have always known this intuitively, and by direct experience. When they say that the Kingdom of Heaven is within you, they mean that there are real Immortal archetypes, laws, and energies inside the body that may be activated. There is a deep realm inside where the physics of eternity exists. The most basic realities of time and space are different in the body’s eternal domain. To connect with, and activate, this level, we need to listen to places inside that are deeper than the cells and nerves. The twin spiral of the DNA pattern, with its 23 pairs of chromosomes, is a good place to connect with. For the DNA is able to act as a midway station between the sub-atomic world and the normal consciousness and will of the entire organism. It is in this sub-atomic world where eternality prevails. Inside every atom of your body is a constant voice proclaiming the joy and beauty of everlasting life. If the communications between this primal immortal domain and your own True Will are clear, in both directions, then all DNA structures act as broadcasting transmitters, permeating and delighting all cellular structures with the message and frequencies of everlasting life.

Immortal Life generates waves of grace and power which are able to erode away all obstacles with ease. Simply live from the Immortal viewpoint. If you do this, then the magick of your life will overcome and transform all things into incorruptible creative dynamics. Live Immortality to the full. "

Robert Coon
"To those who would say that love is a dependency, I would say instead that it is the ultimate freedom, for within the creative force of love lies The Reason, which is the catalyst of all change and evolution." Mikal Nyght

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Re: Found this quote this morning, by Robert Coon
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2018, 12:11:47 am »
I Like this, what he calls the Primal Immortal Domain....I call,"the Light".
 And inside every atom is this Light beyond a thousand suns...and it is beyond joyful.....bliss ecstasy are better words, ...and that dude say's it "proclaims the joy and beauty of everlasting life".
In my experience joy and beauty yes are blissfully proclaimed, but to assign that to "everlasting life"...I don't get it.
 I mean to me, everlasting life is simply a given...
and joy, bliss, ecstasy (and sometimes believe it or not a deep deep loneliness) are attributes of what he calls the Primal Immortal Domain,
But I wouldn't assign them to everlasting life....
that just is,
to add those things to what just is, seems......
like a product of the human condition.
I'm just not getting the whole "immortal" thing.
Yep, we're all basically immortal....
it's not really anything all that extraordinary.....
 what am I missing here?

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Re: Found this quote this morning, by Robert Coon
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2018, 09:28:51 am »
I think we are already immortal, but does it really count if in every incarnation, you wake up with amnesia in a strange world, not of your choosing -- and if P.D. Ouspensky is correct -- to the SAME parents, SAME hospital, SAME town ....time is not linear, but it's like what you described re human evolution, it's circular, and in each repeated lifetime, nothing changes on the outside, but only on the inside -- your perception. Based on the evolution ...or not, of your perception, determines where on the spiral you will appear next. If, according to Ouspensky, you are E-volving, it will be further BACK in time. If you are DE-volving, then it will be further ahead in time.

Not to mention all of the parallel lifetimes and possibilities within that context!!

But according to this "model of the universe", the earth and it's inhabitants has a beginning and an ending ...the future moves toward that ending, so those who are devolving would move toward the future.

If you "transcend" a particular lifetime -- meaning you learn all there is to learn there, then you would incarnate into another's lifetime -- you would take the place of a soul who also moved either forward or back in time based on their state of evolution, and left an opening.

This makes total sense to me as it explains deja vu and a million other things ....but we were talking about immortality....

According to Ouspensky, if you continue to devolve, your soul or spirit eventually dies as it reaches the end of everything else, and is basically disassembled and absorbed back into "the light" or whatever you want to call it.  So though the energy is not lost, that soul is basically dead.

Apparently one could keep repeating the same cognitive position or AP/level of evolution at a loss how best to describe it -- for all of "eternity" ...neither evolving nor devolving but staying pretty much in the same place in time.

But is the endless cycle of birth, amnesia, learning or not learning and dying, really "eternal life"?  I would say yes, but no.

Maybe you, and there are others who remember their past lives, but I am not one of them, nor have I met anyone who can ....but even if I could suddenly remember them, how would that change much ....since all I really need to do is achieve the "Totality of myself" -- which is contained in the Immortal Other/Double -- who has all of these memories intact -- who does not suffer amnesia, who is not limited to a certain form, planet, solar system, or even universe if I understand it correctly -- who may just be an Astral being at this point in "time" -- NOW -- but who will become much more when you and your Double become One -- "the perishable is made imperishable" -- the physical body and the Double become ONE ....into a being which is beyond the power of death to disassemble, and which can manifest fully in the physical if it chooses to.

But you speak of immortality as if it is a thing to get bored of ....I don't see it that way as there is no end to the possibilities of what you can experience, learn, do, be ....create! I am the opposite -- what I don't get is how any being would desire to come to and end -- whether that's at the end of one cycle in an endless series of incarnations, or as an Immortal being.

To me, this quote by Coon, is full of hints re the power and potential of the Double.
« Last Edit: May 21, 2018, 09:46:43 am by Rumplestiltskin »
"To those who would say that love is a dependency, I would say instead that it is the ultimate freedom, for within the creative force of love lies The Reason, which is the catalyst of all change and evolution." Mikal Nyght