But isn't that the problem of the many I's? Each wants to feel self-important, and as I stated before, I seem to be able to perceive the many I's coming and going so it makes sense that it appears to be exactly that. If it were any other way then I would not be able to progress in the Work (if not perceived) or be progressing in the Work, correct or no?Kenlee said:I think what we are witnessing in some of your long posts is one part of you is talking to another part and each part is basically talking to itself with no desire to 'seek objectivity' apart from it's own self affirmation.
Also, aren't we really a network of I's talking to one another and that really at a higher level we are part of one and the same 6D STO? And that maybe by the expression of my internal dialogue is similar or the same as the dialogue that takes place between the various I's of this network?
[Edit: about the one part talking to another part: I agree that one part of me is talking to another part of me, but I see Anart = Me, therefore, I must ascertain his meaning without assumption because otherwise I would be contradicting the Totality of Me of You (YOU = ME = Anart = Kenlee = jOda = [Insert seeker's name here], We are ALL. There is no outside. There is only within. This within is the Totality of ALL, the separation is an illusion)
So I talk/ask the other YOU's as Me's because YOU = ME. I consider all points of myself = yourself such that there is not contradiction. If I contradict myself = yourself, then I introduce division and, thus, there is no union. So in order to not have contradiction I need to know your (my) many selves internal thought processes. I need to ascertain YOUR internal dialogue that you have with yourselves so that I may (you may) or you may (I may) progress to an awareness without contradiction, that is, without assumption. If possible, there will not be division among us and we will become closer to the ONE.]
Also, I'd like to add that I perceive that one purpose of the work is to match the inside to the outside or the outside to the inside. I know exactly what I mean so I make posts to see if I can convey it exactly outside. However, the outside has many I's that do not agree with each other nor do they agree with me. This only increases my difficulty to express what it is I mean. In the span of approx. 2 months in trying to do so the many other I's have yet to understand what I am meaning to express to them. In fact, one of my many other I's now desires that I leave this forum. It seems somewhere within this I has developed a distrust of me and might possibly believe that I have an agenda of which I cannot perceive as of now (and that may possibly be the case because I don't know what I don't know). Having such a perspective to my many other I's must really appear, and I do not disagree, that I must feel self-important. However, this is not the case. I feel equal to everyone. I do not really perceive YOU ALL as MY many I's. I only said so to suggest an analogy as to what might be going on beyond your own perception as I can perceive my own "internal conversation" and I'm not sure if YOU ALL perceive your own internal conversation going on "behind the closed doors" of your perception. If you do then it is strange that not one of as of yet has made a comment that may convey it. It really does seem that I might represent a/the "mirror image" that is not perceived.
Maybe there lays a deeper reason as to why there is such a small percentage of Left-handed people in the world. Or why they have shorter life-spans, tend to be homosexual, or that left-handed females also have a much shorter life-span. It is also curious to note that Hitler, Albert Einstein, George Bush, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, Steve Forbes, Gerald Ford, Benjamin Franklin, J. Edgar Hoover, Herbert Hoover, Thomas Jefferson, John F. Kennedy, Anthony Kennedy, Robert McNamara, Ross Perot, William Perry, Colin Powell, Ronald Reagan, Pat Robertson, Nelson Rockefeller, Harry S. Truman, Henry Wallace, James Callaghan, Winston Churchill, Fidel Castro, Mahatma Ghandi, Joan of Arc, Napoleon Bonaparte, Alexander the Great, Julius Ceasar, Charlemagne, Aristotle, Friedrich Nietzsche, Linus Pauling, Hermann von Helmholtz, Marie Curie, Henry Ford, Bill Gates, John D. Rockefeller, David Rockefeller, John F. Kennedy Jr., Buzz Aldrin, among many others were all Left-handed.
Curiously, Left-handed people represent approx. 27% of the population, but there seems to a much larger proportion of Lefty's in positions of power, or leadership. Does it have to with how they think? That they can see the whole and, therefore, know they can achieve it? I think it might be worth investigating......