are we a part of this earth like cells are apart of us?

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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 12:02 pm » by Drjones


Great original post, in my opinion to the question YES. We are the world, the world is us, change your internal environment changes the external, if you want a happy harmonious planet than harmonise your body. Toxic body and mind = toxic world. :think:
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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 12:17 pm » by Germanpils


google: "planetary conscience" youll find alot about this, ive been into this topic for like 2 months now and it actually makes sense.

i think we run through circles some are a few dimensions above us, like planets, galaxies.
and we run through circles that are below us, which make us who we are, we are nothing but a ton of cells which communicate with each other. the cells communicating make our body work, without them communicating we cant control our body.
now put this into another dimension. our earth is a body, we are its cells.
we are communicating, but not good enough, we all are ONE, but most deny that and
there is where the communication is not good enough to make our body (earth) work as it should be. if we all didnt deny that, and perfect our communication to each and everyone, this world can move on. until then, the earth will fight its bad cells with natural catastrophies,
its doing it for its and our good, we will have to make room for the (next step) smarter intelligence.



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this is a classic example of how we live in and run in circles.
the planets are an own circle, so are the galaxies, and maybe
the universe with its multiple universes have their own conscience.

maybe the universe as we know it is just so 30000005 times older than we thought
just cause we explain it with physics.
the only thing we cant messure is "nothing", but "nothing" is still there though
we cant see it, maybe "nothing" is conscience...

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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 12:22 pm » by Ryanm3393


I think the solar system is like a giant atom and we could all just be part of a table leg or somthing.

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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 12:57 pm » by SamueltheLion


as above so below

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137!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v627/crutley/UniverseGiantBrain.jpg

what else do you need to know?

on microbes being dead/non-consciouss "life forms" with no free will, what about the immune system? white cells which decide to protect you and your red cells?

what about viruses and bacteria which tries to infect and destroy you?

if you were on their scale, you could talk to them, in fact, you CAN talk to them.

do you want to know what that tingling is you get when you watch or do something meaningful? it is the cells in your body communicating with you saying: Yes! This is it! That's it, that's it!

That's my well founded theory anyway (because they react when i talk to them, mwuaha, just practice this exercise: breath in, think happy thoughts, realizing every cell in your body is smiling at you and happy to serve you while you continue on your multi-life-time quest)

beautiful stuff guys... a lot to think about really, start anywhere, go anywhere.

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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 1:02 pm » by Govtslave


Our brain communicates with the cells that make up our bodies. If we are cells in a bigger body, what is the brain we communicate with, God? :think:

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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 1:31 pm » by Germanpils


govtslave wrote:Our brain communicates with the cells that make up our bodies. If we are cells in a bigger body, what is the brain we communicate with, God? :think:


hmmm. i dont think so. our body has several organs, without our organs we cant work,
so the cells that run our organs(keep em alive), are below the cells that make our organs
communicating with each other, brain included. the brain would be the power grid keeping all information inside/work them out, sort them out.

so the smallest cells in our body work for the higher dimensioncells that make the more higher dimensioncells possible to be able for everything to work together

wtf, what a sentence, lol


1 protozoon makes multicellular organism (dividing)
multicellular organism (thats a big step from 1 protozoon, 2 can communicate, one alone cant) communicate to survive and work for the thing that keeps them alive.


circle by circle, dimension by dimension, it is one chain.

just like we try to keep our body alive with food and water, if you are about to die by starving,
your cells communicate with you, action -> reaction.
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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 1:37 pm » by SamueltheLion


try to locate where exactly the sum of consciousness rests in your body.

it is not exclusively in one's head.

mine is to be found in my gut, back, heart, solar plexus, root, throat and head and odd as it sounds: slightly above my head... i am sure if any of these went missing i'd have a different personality, but you don't need to test that and take me by my word, to find out, lol, just trust me on this one ;)

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as for, what is the consciousness we communicate with? other people?

god for me is the totality in which we are contained (the mother-matrix http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/matrix?s=t),

the vital spark of infinite connected-consciousness (the active spirit- father/pater-pattern; the pattern creator) which reveals exactly what you need to know, exactly when you need to know it

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here's something to consider: if "god" was truly localized into one vessel, and was omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, well then: he would not be localized in one "vessel" i.e body, he would be ALL bodies, i.e, the entire universe.

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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 1:40 pm » by Noentry


samuelthemule wrote:
noentry wrote:yes and no

Yes. On some fundamental level of reality we are small droplets in the ocean known Gaia.

No.We have no scientific proof of this connection. Not yet anyways.

It is a leap of faith, nothing more

Microbes as such do not have free will, they are just a part of the construct.

I would see it more as a short term symbiotic relationship. Childhood so to speak.
The Earth is our mother planet. Gave birth to us.
Our father is the universal consciousness that is a requisite of intelligent life/self awareness.
One day in the future we will have to leave our mother like a bird who leavings the nest.

We will need to have the ability to leave or we will die.


scientific proof = the scale. it is a valid comparison.

as for microbes having no free will, prove it.

you cannot prove humans do or do not have it either.


lol .
Prove it? No I cant thats the point. I cant prove either way.
I can make an educated guess. Or a presumption if you wish.
What do cells do? They go to work, simplified of course.
I can choose not to go to work.
Can microbes do this?
well I bet they dont go on strike because of health and safety.


Any microbe that is not doing what it was meant to is defective.
Or perhaps a defective organism has freewill :think:

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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 1:41 pm » by Niji666


I think we have more of a connection with universe


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PostFri Apr 13, 2012 1:55 pm » by SamueltheLion


noentry wrote:
samuelthemule wrote:
noentry wrote:yes and no

Yes. On some fundamental level of reality we are small droplets in the ocean known Gaia.

No.We have no scientific proof of this connection. Not yet anyways.

It is a leap of faith, nothing more

Microbes as such do not have free will, they are just a part of the construct.

I would see it more as a short term symbiotic relationship. Childhood so to speak.
The Earth is our mother planet. Gave birth to us.
Our father is the universal consciousness that is a requisite of intelligent life/self awareness.
One day in the future we will have to leave our mother like a bird who leavings the nest.

We will need to have the ability to leave or we will die.


scientific proof = the scale. it is a valid comparison.

as for microbes having no free will, prove it.

you cannot prove humans do or do not have it either.


lol .
Prove it? No I cant thats the point. I cant prove either way.
I can make an educated guess. Or a presumption if you wish.
What do cells do? They go to work, simplified of course.
I can choose not to go to work.
Can microbes do this?
well I bet they dont go on strike because of health and safety.


Any microbe that is not doing what it was meant to is defective.
Or perhaps a defective organism has freewill :think:

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watch your language a little more carefully then mate (:
you stated this quite directly here:

it is a leap of faith, nothing more

Microbes as such do not have free will, they are just a part of the construct.



and then you backed off when i challenged you on it.

as for "if they don't go to work they're defective" :lol: :cheers:

you sound like a bureaucrat :D

i say, if they don't "go to work" they are looking for a new job, or don't like their current one and would love a little encouragement!

ever had this experience noentry?: Your heart, hands or feet suddenly start feeling much warmer and you get a "flush"?

That to me seems like some kind of alchemy (transmutation) with thoughts and your body or your surroundings as understood by your "mind" (the sum of all conscious parts of your body- not just your brain) reacting to one another, a feedback loop to on one another being establish which allows them to effect/affect each other.
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