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The brain is a miraculous organ that can jump from one Mind corridor (thought sequence) to another because it has evolved to provide survival information as well as to figure out the world. So for a few moments, sit back and daydream. If you do this often enough, you will eventually realize that the brain is merely traveling through the corridors of the universal Mind, following routes that you may have already discovered (memory) as well as those that are undiscovered (insight). Everything that has ever happened (the past) and everything that can or is going to happen (the future) is in the Mind. Also, while in there, you may occasionally cross paths with someone else (an ESP experience). You may also meet a loved one who has passed, or if you live with someone long enough, you may both begin enjoying each other’s thoughts.
You also may have discovered there is a temporal aspect to the memory recordings in the corridors of the Mind. Thus, these three things should eventually become obvious: all our thoughts are external to the brain, all our feelings are due to the chemistry of the brain and body, and that thoughts are temporal sequences.
One more idea is needed in order to sum up this newer reality: The universal Mind is comprised of an infinity of tiny time gyros, so tiny that they are invisible, yet very powerful. We feel their gyroscopic forces as gravity, or when we switch directions or we accelerate. These temporal gyros are what stabilize everything, keeping the universe from falling apart and they provide continuity to the time line. They also separate time into logical sequences by combining into temporal contexts (corridors) in order to keep a perfect recording of all time to be and time that was. This is the same daydream playground we recognize as the universal Mind, and the brain as its temporal demultiplexer.
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Berman, B. (2017). A 2018 Reality Paradigm to Ponder. PHILICA.COM Observation number 213.