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SETH - References to ‘INSPIRATION’ and ‘INSIGHT’

SETH - References to ‘INSPIRATION’ and ‘INSIGHT’

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SETH: “...often what seems to you to be an inspiration is a thought experienced but not actualized on the part of another self. You tune in and actualize it instead, you see. Ideas that you have entertained and not used may be picked up in this same manner by other probable you’s. Each of these probable selves consider themselves the real you, of course, and to any one of them you would be the probable self; but through the inner senses all of you are aware of your part in this gestalt…” “..You may occasionally employ the association of ideas, one thought leading easily to another. When you do this you often perceive new insights.
As the event falls apart from time continuity in your mind they seem to take on fresh vitality. You have unstructured them, you see, from the usual organization. As you apprehend them through association you come quite close to examining the contents of your mind in a free fashion…”
SETH: “...often what seems to you to be an inspiration is a thought experienced but not actualized on the part of another self. You tune in and actualize it instead, you see. Ideas that you have entertained and not used may be picked up in this same manner by other probable you’s. Each of these probable selves consider themselves the real you, of course, and to any one of them you would be the probable self; but through the inner senses all of you are aware of your part in this gestalt…” “..You may occasionally employ the association of ideas, one thought leading easily to another. When you do this you often perceive new insights.
As the event falls apart from time continuity in your mind they seem to take on fresh vitality. You have unstructured them, you see, from the usual organization. As you apprehend them through association you come quite close to examining the contents of your mind in a free fashion…”

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