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I am asking everyone to try to remember who they are.

 

Please put aside your beliefs, ideologies, your knowledge for just a moment.

Try to concentrate and remember who you are.

 

You must.

 

You are an infinite, unlimited eternal being, you are not corporeal.

You already know what you are but haven't been able to process it.

 

Most people have been drunk, I assume.

How do you feel when drunk?

 

Do you feel invincible? Immortal? Unlimited? Powerful?

 

That's who you truly are... Some do it all the time to just feel their true selves and don't know it.

Alcohol doesn't suppress the logical and reasoning part of the brain, as they say. It renders those programs that run within your information field (body) useless. For a short time. Like pausing the programs.

 

You sensed it but didn't know what it was. Now you do.

 

I personally don't like drinking. Reminds me of what I lost, and I hate not being in control. That's why I rarely have a beer.

I am not asking you to forget everything you know and everything you believe in. I am asking you to put them aside for a moment, only for a moment. And try to remember who you are.

 

We are running out of time.

 

 

Remember who you are.
 

 

 

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I think the default state of our brain is a hive mind. The personalties often share the same memory so our identities can mix.

But sometimes they can separate....


e.g. in split brain experiments the left and right hemispheres lose access to each other's memories.

 

Another example involves the responsible personalities ("ego/superego") being booted off when drunk leaving them with no memory of the event. The impulsive personalities ("id") take over.

 

There could be corrupted parts of the hive mind like in Tourette syndrome when they get the urge to swear, etc. [it could involve a really frustrated personality.... a while ago I had a very strong urge to say the C word to my wife]

 

Also about split brain patients - where one half is atheist and the other is theist:

 

 

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24 minutes ago, linenum said:

I think the default state of our brain is a hive mind. The personalties often share the same memory so our identities can mix.

But sometimes they can separate....


e.g. in split brain experiments the left and right hemispheres lose access to each other's memories.

 

Another example involves the responsible personalities ("ego/superego") being booted off when drunk leaving them with no memory of the event. The impulsive personalities ("id") take over.

 

There could be corrupted parts of the hive mind like in Tourette syndrome when they get the urge to swear, etc. [it could involve a really frustrated personality.... a while ago I had a very strong urge to say the C word to my wife]

 

Also about split brain patients - where one half is atheist and the other is theist:

 

 

 

 

No my friend.

 

No personalities. Those are programs running within the information field.

They are obviously malfunctioning.... from the construct point of view.

 

Overlapping in programs. Glitches and bugs.


Some programs are not supposed to run at the same time as others.
These people are not in full sync with this illusion "reality" as the rest of us.


Schizophrenics are even more out of sync. 
They are truly amazing. They see bugs in the system.
Others wake up speaking a new language and forgot their own.

 


There are many things that can change the information within your"body"
drugs can actually delete some data from the programs or cause them to malfunction.


Many people that abuse drugs end up being pedos. 


Obviously a simplification and one example.

 

Scientists and people that study the human body are most amusing to me.
They are like cats trying to get the laser dot on the wall.


Me: "Guys, there is a guy on the couch with a device that creates that dot. A laser pointer"

 

But as usual they know better.... and ignore such statements.

 

 

Scientists 

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1 hour ago, Guardian said:

No personalities. Those are programs running within the information field.

They are obviously malfunctioning.... from the construct point of view.

 

Overlapping in programs. Glitches and bugs....

Well my thoughts about memory would apply to the idea of programs... they can also be called "processes". They can share access to parts of the memory... or parts of memory can be "private" from other processes running on the computer.

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12 minutes ago, linenum said:

Well my thoughts about memory would apply to the idea of programs... programs can share access to parts of the memory... or parts of memory can be "private".

 

 

Indeed. 

 

I AM not sure about the private part. How do you know that?

 

 

12 minutes ago, linenum said:

 

A hive could involve programs - there can be many running processes.

 

You keep mentioning the hive. What do you mean by it? And how did you come to that conclusion?

 

 

 

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59 minutes ago, Guardian said:

I AM not sure about the private part. How do you know that?

It is a programming concept related to sharing memory. In some programming languages there can be "private" or "public" memory (and methods). Non-shared memory explains the split brain experiments.

59 minutes ago, Guardian said:

You keep mentioning the hive. What do you mean by it? And how did you come to that conclusion?

It involves a group mind - an example is the Borg from Star Trek. I was working backwards from the split brain experiment - originally I think both hemispheres would have access to the same memory and so they work together pretty seamlessly.

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17 minutes ago, linenum said:

It is a programming concept related to sharing memory. In some programming languages there can be "private" or "public" memory (and methods). Non-shared memory explains the split brain experiments.

It involves a group mind - an example is the Borg from Star Trek. I was working backwards from the split brain experiment - originally I think both hemispheres would have access to the same memory and so they work together pretty seamlessly.

 

 

Lol my friend. I didn't ask for the definition of them.

 

I asked how you came to those conclusions.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Guardian said:

Lol my friend. I didn't ask for the definition of them.

 

I asked how you came to those conclusions.

In the split brain experiments the brain hemispheres can't communicate internally - e.g. the left brain only has access to the right visual field and the right brain only has access to the left visual field. For a normal person the person is aware of both visual fields. Their awareness involves their working memory. i.e. it is about memory access.

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47 minutes ago, Guardian said:

Remember who you are.

 

From Ken Keyes' Handbook to Higher Consciousness:

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"...As the watcher of the screen, you are perfect. The screen may be projecting a horrendous movie that is showing all kinds of pain and suffering - on the screen. Or the screen may reflect a happy movie that shows a beautiful sunset, a delightful sexual experience, or an enjoyable meal. But the essential you is the pure awareness that just watches the stuff go by on the screen of your life. Behind what you think you are - YOU ARE..."

 

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9 minutes ago, linenum said:

 

Ok, I see.

 

So, your conclusions, your opinions, are not your own. They are someone else's. 

 

Everything I say is my own. My own conclusions and opinions based on my own experiences here in this realm and things that I know from before I came here.

 

 

Remember who you are.

 

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I quoted Ken Keyes because it seemed relevant to your topic.

 

I think my thoughts, etc, are my own though I think it involves a collection of personalities. There are a few reasons why I believe I have many personalities or facets.

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2 minutes ago, linenum said:

I quoted Ken Keyes because it seemed relevant to your topic.

 

I think my thoughts, etc, are my own though I think it involves a collection of personalities. There are a few reasons why I believe I have many personalities or facets.

 

 

You must try to stop thinking of them programs as personalities. That definition is done by the system. 

 

You can overcome them and take control. It is not hard at all.

You must reach full awareness... In order to do that, you must go through a few steps of meditation.

 

I guarantee you, those programs won't affect you anymore. 

 

Here are those steps.

 

 

 

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46 minutes ago, Guardian said:

You must try to stop thinking of them programs as personalities. That definition is done by the system.

I thought if you want to call them "programs" instead of personalities then you should look into it in further detail - like how programs have memory requirements and memory can be shared, etc. 

 

46 minutes ago, Guardian said:

You can overcome them and take control. It is not hard at all.

I think this "you" is just another personality (or "program") - or do you think your will isn't based on the machinery of the brain?

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19 minutes ago, linenum said:

I thought if you want to call them "programs" instead of personalities then you should look into it in further detail - like how programs have memory requirements and memory can be shared, etc. 

 

I don't think you understand, my friend. Programs have memory? Memory itself is a program. 

 

Memory implies passage of time.

 

There is no such thing as time.

 

 

19 minutes ago, linenum said:

 

 

I think this "you" is just another personality (or "program") - or do you think your will isn't based on the machinery of the brain?

 

My will?

 

I remember before I came here. This vessel is not me. I am imprisoned inside it. Well, part of me is.

 

The brain is not real.... nothing here is, except a number of us imprisoned inside this energy field.

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Guardian said:

Me: "Guys, there is a guy on the couch with a device that creates that dot. A laser pointer"

exactly,but it's not the fact weather they catch the dot or even find out what is making the dot ,the crux of the problem as I see it is the dot is the only thing scientists  are allowed to investigate via coercive financial  means to come to a preconceived conclusion

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1 minute ago, peter said:

exactly,but it's not the fact weather they catch the dot or even find out what is making the dot ,the crux of the problem as I see it is the dot is the only thing scientists  are allowed to investigate via coercive financial  means to come to a preconceived conclusion

 

Indeed, my friend.

 

 

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38 minutes ago, peter said:

weather

 

I often see native speakers of the language making this mistake--'Whether'.

 

Also Your/ You are (You're) often mixed up. .... and a few more words I forget just now.

 

I am not a native speaker but it bothers me a bit...I don't know why....

 

Not a big deal of course, given the gravity of the topics that are being discussed...but if the writer of the post is a native speaker, then he/she/it can make this correction in the future..

 

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43 minutes ago, Guardian said:

The brain is not real.... nothing here is, except a number of us imprisoned inside this energy field.

Well I believe I'm in a video game (see Elon Musk quote). I think that besides the outermost physical universe everything involves limited time.

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24 minutes ago, linenum said:

Well I believe I'm in a video game (see Elon Musk quote). I think that besides the outermost physical universe everything involves limited time.

 

You can believe whatever you want, my friend.

It doesn't change what actually is.

 

No such thing as physical, there is no universe, there is no time. And I don't care what people that are part of that system say.... they were made by the system for the system.

 

They are irrelevant 

 

 

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1 hour ago, m754 said:

 

I often see native speakers of the language making this mistake--'Whether'.

 

Also Your/ You are (You're) often mixed up. .... and a few more words I forget just now.

 

I am not a native speaker but it bothers me a bit...I don't know why....

 

Not a big deal of course, given the gravity of the topics that are being discussed...but if the writer of the post is a native speaker, then he/she/it can make this correction in the future..

 

My biggest problem is we have our own words and spelling in Australia ,but now every time you type something it comes up with a spelling error so you just click on your generic US spelling.

So now when I type I just use generic spelling and words and let the computer work it out

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37 minutes ago, Guardian said:

No such thing as physical, there is no universe, there is no time. And I don't care what people that are part of that system say.... they were made by the system for the system.

How can you be certain that this is all true? Did you receive a message from some entity outside of this system?

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7 minutes ago, linenum said:

How can you be certain that this is all true? Did you receive a message from some entity outside of this system?

 

No my friend. I remember from before I came in here. I fought like hell and I lost.

 

Here if you want to read how I know. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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35 minutes ago, peter said:

My biggest problem is we have our own words and spelling in Australia ,but now every time you type something it comes up with a spelling error so you just click on you generic US spelling.

So now when I type I just use generic spelling and words and let the computer work it out

 

Same here bro.

 

I wasn't born here in OZ… So English is my second language... and I get the Aussie spelling and autocorrect is trying to tell me to do American spelling and grammar

 

I tell the damn program to shove all its different English spellings up its red chakra.  🤣

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20 minutes ago, Guardian said:

No my friend. I remember from before I came in here. I fought like hell and I lost.

 

Here if you want to read how I know. 

 

These experiences could be called delusions or hallucinations or coincidences, etc. Many other people have stories of their own and some are contradictory. There could be many contradictory realities or you are 100% correct and people's other contradictory experiences are just delusions or hallucinations. If you told psychiatrists they'd probably think there is a problem with your perceptions rather than agree that you have knowledge about the true nature of reality. Well that's just my opinion.

 

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