A couple of long-lived perplexities cleared up here, mostly — how can information from the guys be real and yet sometimes wrong?
(2:30 pm.) So on the one hand, wonderful material and it resonates with people. On the second hand, Tom wants to know more. On the third hand Mary Ann sets me a blind question and you guys strike out entirely but with utter confidence. And on the fourth hand Rita gets a sense of me becoming a performer for people. And on the fifth hand there was that request from ______ that I shot right back at him, saying you do it. A lot of hands. So how does all this come together and – mostly – how can you guys be wrong?
We know a sincere troubled question when we hear it, and the sincerity deserves an answer regardless other things.
Rita is right as to the temptation. You will remember that Cayce wound up in jail one time and he wasn’t even being tempted into new territory.
If you were to be sure that anything you said was true – this is different from Psychics’ Disease – how?
Ouch. I hadn’t thought of that.
Over-reliance on intuitive powers, we remind you, is something we did warn you against.
What I’m getting between the lines – and I can hear you saying “exactly!” before I even finish writing it – I get that I can’t get certain kinds of information from you.
It is a delicate balance on our end. On the one hand, not to put any barrier to access. On the other, not to encourage dead-ends. Your choice, always, but we do not need to, nor intend to, facilitate the making of what we see as bad choices. And this moves us into deeper waters than first appeared. As you see, we are continually needing to open a topic with a greatly over-simplified bird’s-eye view so that, once you have oriented yourself, we may proceed to enter qualifiers, contradictions, caveats, and swirls and eddies.
But we can explore conscience, and the choosing among paths, and our nudgings, and free will, at another time. Too bad you don’t have more acquaintance with theology.
I can hear a hint. I bought the books. I just can’t make them read themselves. I get this: This is expanded access, and it is real access. But nothing obtained in this way is to be taken on faith any more than information obtained any other way.
Exactly! Exactly. No less – but no more. It is a question of resonance, and willingness to go one way rather than another – and of guidance considered at a whole new level.
I begin to see.