Thought and A New Consciousness

When you look at thought, you will see that thought cannot take place until after the happening. By that time, the experience is gone, dead, and then thought takes over and says, “This is what that was, and this is what you should do.” As humans, we do what our thoughts say to do, . . . → Read More: Thought and A New Consciousness

Conversation About Trust in a New Consciousness 8

Q: So you’re living in the new frontier?

 E: Yes, I’m starting from now.

Q: You’re always exploring the new. Is that an exciting way to live?

 E: Oh it’s the only way to live on the planet. However, you will look stupid to people. They will say “How in the hell can that . . . → Read More: Conversation About Trust in a New Consciousness 8

Conversation About Trust New Consciousness

E: Alright, now we’ve established something that is 100 percent. We have established that by eating some ice cream and cake, we can lose weight.

 Q: If we only…

E: Hold it, don’t do the “ifs” yet. We’ve established something, haven’t we? Alright, that’s 100%.

 Q: What do you mean, “it’s 100%”?

E: We’ve . . . → Read More: Conversation About Trust New Consciousness

Conversation about trust New Consciousness Coaching

 E: Yes. Your mind goes around and around, and where’s the space? It’s going to get a little complicated here now. As I speak, the moment I say, “Let’s lose some weight and eat some ice cream and cake,” your mind is already in gear, isn’t it? So there’s no space between what I . . . → Read More: Conversation about trust New Consciousness Coaching

Coversation about Trust and the Unknown 5

 E: Exactly, just like the thing I said about ice cream and cake. Let’s eat ice cream and cake and lose weight. People would normally jump up and say “Wait, you can’t eat ice cream and cake and lose weight.” Well they didn’t listen to the rest of it, did they? Because I’m saying . . . → Read More: Coversation about Trust and the Unknown 5

Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 4

Edward: Already knowing it. And speaking from where we already know because we’re skipping a step.

 Questioner: Already knowing something gets tiring. It just repeats.

 E: It repeats and repeats and repeats. So the next thing you say was there’s nothing new on the planet, or I can’t get anything new. So the ability . . . → Read More: Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 4

Conversation About Trust and the Unknown Part 3

Q: I’d like to ask a question here: Why does what we need to know live in death?

 E: Because that is the unknown. That’s just another way of putting it.

 Q: But why does what we need to know live in the unknown? Is it because what we know doesn’t work?

 E: Exactly. . . . → Read More: Conversation About Trust and the Unknown Part 3

Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 3

Q: I’d like to ask a question here: Why does what we need to know live in death?

 E: Because that is the unknown. That’s just another way of putting it.

 Q: But why does what we need to know live in the unknown? Is it because what we know doesn’t work?

 E: Exactly. . . . → Read More: Conversation about Trust and the Unknown 3

Conversation About Trust and the Unknown Part 2

Conversation About Trust and the Unknown Part 2

 E: What is the manner in which I discover anything I don’t know?

 Q: You say that you don’t know.

 E: I say that I don’t know. However, when I say, “I don’t know,” what do I mean?

 Q: You’re going to find out?

 E: No . . . → Read More: Conversation About Trust and the Unknown Part 2

Trust Is Needed to Bring Forth A New Consciousness

The following series of articles were transcribed for inclusion on my blog. The focus of this one is trust:

Edward: There’s something we need to delve into that has been eluding you  because of my poor explanation of it. That thing is going to take us  to a place of trust. So you’re going to need . . . → Read More: Trust Is Needed to Bring Forth A New Consciousness