Saturday, April 11, 2015
[Omitting my talk with Rita held April 10, as inappropriate for the public at large.]
F: 2 a.m. Okay, Miss Rita, I can’t sleep – a cup of coffee a few hours ago, I think – and I hope I’m not too tired to do this.
Yesterday’s session seemed not entirely you. Nancy Ford mentioned, too, that it didn’t sound like you. If it is a long story and you’d rather discuss other things we can skip it, but I’d be interested.
R: It is a long story, or can be. But probably we can touch on it only briefly. It is not news to you that we “over here” or “in the higher dimensions” or however we should put it are not as individual as you persist in thinking us, because the factors that most give you the impression of individuality in the body are not operative in the absence of bodies. You are each communities rather than individuals. So are we, but we know it. Well, you can see that it is easy for us to move in and out of the forefront of a communication without ceremony.
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Thursday, April 9, 2015
F: 2:40 a.m. The sound of rain on the roof, or against the windows. Is there anything cozier? Yours at no extra charge, Rita.
R: Yes, but you get it only one day at a time, which gives you focus at the expense of diversity, and us the converse.
F: Shall we proceed? Several of us are all ears, waiting for your ideas on the new Explorers program.
R: Recapitulate the points I made, if you will – that is, the four overlapping priorities.
F: Access to information
Learning to obtain that access
Demonstrating new possibilities
Creating a new support system
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Wednesday, April 8, 2015
F: 5 a.m. Good morning, Miss Rita. Shall we continue down the list?
R: Let’s answer Al [Dahlberg]’s questions about the future of TMI.
F: All right. Between us, I’d like to know if you and Bob [Monroe] are consulting, just as I would like to know your continuing relationship, but I think that would be a touchy subject [among others here in 3D] – Frank purporting to bring through Bob or reports of Bob – and I can see that it would make the Monroe family nervous, and I can see why it would. I have the same reaction myself when I read other people’s unverifiable claims. But it is something we’re going to have to learn to live with, I just don’t know how yet. So, let’s stick to Al’s questions for the moment.
[We are starting up the Explorers program at TMI again. Does she have any suggestions as to the direction it should be going?]
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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
F: 2 a.m. Back again, Rita. Feeling pretty buoyed up. Shall we continue down the list, or do you have something in mind?
R: Let’s finish the deferred questions, though there are some you did not print out, that we can get to another time, when Charles lists them for us.
[You said, “…no level of consciousness decides its own state of being. Our lives are always guided and shaped by the next higher level of consciousness, which is itself shaped by its next higher level of consciousness, and so on and so forth. No one pulls himself up by his own bootstraps.” You also said, however, that the answer is “merely cryptic until we can provide the context.” Will you provide the context or answer the question I don’t know how to ask?]
R: This seems simple, but if I miss the point of contention, Charles can say so and perhaps we can re-address it.
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Monday, April 6, 2015
F: 5:10 a.m. Here we go again. Shall we begin as you advised me to yesterday, Miss Rita, with queued-up questions, or do you have something different in mind today?
R: Everything connects. I think you will find, in the long run, that one’s plans and short-term maneuverings mean little as opposed to one’s deeper motivations and interests. So, it amounts to saying, do what you want to do and you will wind up expressing who you are, and therefore and thereby, what you want to do. It is how we live when the ever-moving-present-moment goad and stimulus is removed from the equation.
F: I hadn’t thought of that. It sort of implies that if one has no internal compass, one can only be blown about by the winds.
R: Well, it might be more helpful to put it this way: Once beyond 3D time as it is experienced, your array of choice is much expanded, and this has both agreeable and disagreeable aspects. For those who have never had enough time to do everything they wanted to do, it is freedom. For those whose life was internal tedium stemming from lack of internal resources or direction, it can be a harsh and empty desert. But either of these extremes is much modified, of course, to the extent that the newly arrived soul is in greater touch with the rest of itself, for all those other influences will modulate and to some degree contradict any extreme reaction.
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Sunday, April 5, 2015
F: 5:15 a.m. Well, Miss Rita, I trust that you are as gratified by the response this work is meeting as I am. It occurs to me to ask, have we gone far enough that you can give us hints as to what you are up to? If this is to be a book, can you give Charles and me an idea of the central theme, other than “the way it looks from here”?
F: Are you there? Wrong question? Are you out hunting Easter eggs, and want the day off?
R: Perhaps it would be as well to move to one of your accumulated questions.
F: All right, we can do that. Interesting that you choose not to respond to what I thought was a simple question.
R: It is, perhaps, too simple a question. I would not care to encourage the idea that this has only one intent, or is aimed at only one expression. You naturally think in terms of a book, or books, and that is possibility, but in thinking of a future possibility, you shouldn’t let yourself overlook a present reality.
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Saturday, April 4, 2015
F: 3:15 a.m. So, Rita, you said “there is a vector to your life, to everyone’s life.” Would you care to explain?
R: Of course, and you will find it obvious when once stated. At least, I think you will. It is the elaboration, and the implications on a wider scale, that may perhaps give you pause.
F: Well, I’ve always wanted to have paws. Go ahead.
R: What I have said to date is accurate, or at least is an approximation, but it only goes so far. You – anyone living a life in 3D – continually face an array of choices stemming from past choices. Your past is determined (from the standpoint of your present moment); your future is absolutely free within the constraints of the possibilities presented by the situation as it exists.
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