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Moving Through Dimensions

Kwan Yin’s MER-KA-BA Travel Tips — II

Can you imagine, and perhaps would you be so kind as to dream of, how, if dimension is all about size, and dimensional movement is all about contraction (inward) or expansion (outward), the amount of “empty space” between the particles of consciousness that you are “made” of, actually determines the dimension(s) you are in?

You may need a moment to ponder that, but when you do, you’ll see  it absolutely makes sense. In fact, how could it be any different?

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Mer-Ka-Ba Travel Tips

Memories can be changed in the head, but feelings can never be altered in the heart.

Neurons can be turned on and off, made positive or negative—they are just biological matter in the brain, and something vibrating that slowly is easily manipulated, so to speak.

Feelings, however, and experiences, when stored in the heart and not processed merely via the brain and mind, are not captured biologically.

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From Thoughts to Conscious Resonance

Thoughts are not your own; they are a mere reaction to an outside environment that you do not see as you. Thoughts exist because you have displaced yourselves from the world around you.

If you see yourself as one with your world, if you see that the rocks you sit on, that the sky that you look at, that all the waves kissing the sand of all the beaches you have ever walked, indeed, that all of this is within you and that you are within all of this, then there is no need for thought.

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