On January 7th, 2005 Equinox was asked,
You are a combined consciousness of
individual entities or egos. I s that correct?
EQ: This is correct.
Each of those egos also has a soul. Is that also correct?
EQ: That is correct.
As a combined consciousness, how does that affect the soul’s
learning as a combined consciousness?
EQ: It is wondrous!
But how would that affect us if our goal is to become like
you? How would that work within our souls?
EQ: It would still be wondrous. For imagine having the
memories of everyone in this room. Now, if thee had the memories
of everyone in this room, then thee would have experienced all the
things that each of these entities have experienced. Is this not
so? And thee would know what steps felt good for each entity and
what steps felt less good for each entity. And thee would have so
many wondrous perceptions that thee do not already have. Is this
not so? Even this wondrous thing. How dost thou think a
grape tastes to each entity in this room? Some will see it as
sour, others bitter, some sweet, some yucky, some fabulous. And
you would have all of those things at once. This is why we like
it so much.
Can we begin to do that with each other?
EQ: One of the ways that it has been done on Terra is through
something called Tantra. Is this not so? Thee confuse it
and think that it has to be only sexual energy, but many entities do it
through telepathic means. Is this not so? When thee have
had an experience of feeling really good, all of a sudden, and thee
turn around and there be thy partner, laughing and happy, and thee know
thee have felt this thing, and it is not thy feeling, it is their
feeling. Is this not the same thing? This is it. This
is all thee do, is open thyself up enough, trust, surrender to the
other person, allow the merging to take place. Thee can play
games with this as though thee are the other person. Attempt to
see thyself through their eyes. Attempt to feel thy hand upon
their arm as their arm feeling thy hand. Work on these little
exercises. Dost thou understand?
© 2005 Myama, Inc.