".... You are not what you think, but what you Believe...."
Grandfather - 1958
Physical Spirit Session 8
When I first began my Journey to the Spirit with Grandfather, he told me that we have a physical body, a physical mind, and live in a physical place, but we also have a spiritual mind, a spiritual body, and live in the place of spirit. He said that when we can see and experience both worlds at the same time, meaning the world of the physical and the world of the spiritual, he defined that state as the place of Oneness. As we continued our journey to the Way of the Spirit, we found that we were not the duality that Grandfather once defined, for we also discovered that we have a spirit that dwells in The-Spirit-that-moves-in-and-through-all-things. Thus, we realized that we were not just a duality but a trilogy, meaning the physical, the force, and the spirit which all came together into the greater consciousness called the “Sacred Silence”.
Though he worked this physical spirit teaching in from the beginning, we did not realize that Grandfather was teaching us the Way of the Physical Spirit. It wasn’t until the latter years, did he name the consciousness of this new and dynamic dimension, and taught us some of the most profound and far reaching lessons through that Physical Spirit. We came to realize that the direct link, the grand communication and understanding of all worlds beyond the physical reality came through the Physical Spirit and by fully understanding the dynamics, elements, and ways of that spirit, we could enter a reality and conscious connection between all worlds like we never experienced before. The power of the physical spirit enabled us to find not only a clear connection, but greatly increased our power to heal, to Ghost Talk, to enter the future and past, and to do all of the things we had been doing but at a higher, more profound, enlightening, and powerful level than we ever thought possible
Prerequiste: Physical Spirit Session 7
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