Hey, I just wanted to let you know I saw a neat movie on TED where a lady had a stroke and got a chance to study how her mind works. She's a scientist who studies the human brain. Below is the movie and then my comment I posted in response to it.
WOW! That would explain a lot about why I've been experiencing things like that. I find it difficult to focus on a singular point in time much of the time and when people talk to me, I often times won't be able to figure out what they're saying. I can't log events in order sometimes and like her I can't log whether or not I typed something without referencing it if all the numbers are together. So, I guess that makes me predominantly parallel minded. That's how the angelic realms are. I even experienced what it feels like to look at my body as moving on its own when I looked in the mirror. I actually got scared that I was watching something move on its own. (Meaning because I understand that I'm not my body, my mind showed me it in that fashion.) I can disconnect like that at will too when I'm not channeling intent through it to do something like typing this message. Dyslexia seems to be in that category as well.
That's really neat. Thank you for posting that. I wonder who had to loose their mind for her to pick their brain, though. lol
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Author: S.C Posted on: 02/21/2012 at 09:45 pm
Schizophrenia. These wonderful names that psychiatrists and Dr's place on people when they don't understand everything that the mind can perceive. I'm not saying that people aren't ill some are but they just seem to be so quick, to label people.
I'm glad that this lady was able to do this video to show people what she experienced. There are loads of people who have had this experience but more people will listen and be inclined to consider what she has spoke about, if the person in question is from a scientific background.
Do you experience this all the time?
Author: Na'ven (Officer of the Love) Posted on: 02/21/2012 at 10:26 pm
I experience more of the parallel aspect of my brain that the serial part. Sometimes its fun, but some times it makes organizing thoughts complicated.
When you meditate, all you have to do is get deep into thought of spirit. You relax and you quiet the mind. Work out the troubles that may come up that stop you from quieting the mind. When you can do that, you can selectively allow yourself to think of what you wish to think. That's the very basics of meditation. Anything beyond that is whatever you wish to add. (Ex. If you wish to do past life regression, you connect with your past lives. If you wish to learn more about why things are as they are in this life, you can connect with spirit to learn that.)
Hey, I wanted to let you know that most people have trouble when someone doesn't reply and they think they are upset. That's one of the biggest things that most people are conditioned to believe. People often times will think that because someone didn't reply or someone hasn't talked to them in a while or something, that it means they're upset. 9 times out of 10, that isn't the case.
Also, remember to manifest that you will always have a pleasant response waiting for you from anyone you ever converse with. People are your mirrors. Whatever you believe will happen, will attract people of that likeness in order to create that reality. If you think people will be mean to you, then mean people will come into your reality. If you think people will love and respect you, then people like that will come into your reality. The world is your mirror. Look into it with love.
I lived in an old hunting lodge while growing up and the place was crammed with negative energy. When I was moving things to the new house in the front yard that we had just built, I went back to the old house to get some things and on my way out was going to turn off the power to the house and I heard a sneeze and snort from the other side of the house and then footsteps running towards me. I hurried to get out of the house and I ran to Iran, wait I didn't run to Iran, I ran to the new house is where I ran, so yes I ran. It felt like it took forever to get out of the old house and run to the new house. I stared out of the window at the new house bug eyed for an hour and then my brother came home and I asked if he was the one at the house. He said no and I believed him and still do.
So, what happened? Well, growing up in the old house Steve, my brother, would sneeze and snort due to the air conditioning and he's keep me up all night because we shared the same room. At that point in my life I was in the phase where there was always a fight in the house and everyone blamed me for everything pretty much. My being annoyed with certain things made some fights happen too. So, when he kept me up with his incessant sneezing, I got pissed off and an argument would ensue. He kept waking me up and I couldn't sleep elsewhere. I had school in the morning and it was quite aggravating that he wouldn't stop. Arguments when we were both out of bed would cause him to run after me and I knew no matter what that he would catch me, so I eventually just let him catch me and he would claw up my arms with his nails. Then my mom would see what happened and let him get away with clawing me up. My arms are scared from my elbows down to my fingertips because of all of that. My mom wouldn't make him trim his nails and she thought it was good that he clawed me up so "I'd learn my lesson" basically is what she said. Keep in mind that she always thought I started every single fight, so even though he instigated a good many of them, it was always my fault. So, this explains why the poltergeist sneezed, then snorted, and then ran after me.
The moral of the story is that negative energy can seriously come into a powerful physical manifestation. It was a dimensional rip that allowed that poltergeist to manifest out of the negative energy created from those situations. Right now my brother and I get along perfectly and he's much more of a pacifist now as am I. My mom always loved both of us, so don't think she didn't. No I'm not saying this because of some victim mentality excuse, I really mean that. How can I tell? When we hugged back then and we hug now, I can feel immense positive energy. What you just read is the worst of it all and pretty much that's the only thing I didn't like about her. She's a really nice person, but she allowed arguments to play out with me as always being the bad guy. So, I want to make it VERY clear that she does love us and that this was just something that she used to do. She still has some attributes that show that she thinks more highly of Steve in regards to how he lives his life, but that doesn't mean she loves me any less. Their views are just closer on things is all.
As for Steve, he an I are now like best friends. We help each other out, we talk to each other without ever arguing, and its like the whole childhood experience of us fighting never happened. Growing up was phase 1 of 3. I needed to burn off karma and negative energy and break myself into a stronger mental standing in life by taking in verbal and physical abuse. I chose to experience this before incarnating, just like they chose to experience their parts before they incarnated. Part 2 was my gender blending part of my life and that took place after a short break and spanned a good 8 year block of time and caused me to learn to love and accept myself and made me more spiritual in the end. Phase 3 was my spiritual awakening and it persists to this day. Phase 1 and 2 were the hardest parts and now this phase 3 is a cleansing phase.