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Humanity is completely enslaved on every level possible - physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually - by forces that are rapidly revealing themselves to the masses. Only when we become enlightened as evolving beings of conscientiousness, and we recognize this enslavement, can we do something about it. This is the critical role of the enlightenment - to fully grasp who we are as living, breathing human beings of flesh and blood and infinite soul, and thereby recognize our connection to the divine source of unity consciousness and our ability to become co-creators of our own reality. What we learn from the ancients can be used as tools to help speed up our enlightenment process. Therefore we must keep our minds and hearts open at all time to new information that may not make any sense to us in our current level of consciousness. The clues we have been presented with have been infinite - our uptake and comprehension - infantile.

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Consciousness and the uptake of information 339 MichaelTellinger 23-Sep-13 12:45
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 126 brucenyc1 23-Sep-13 16:30
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 203 hansmittendorf 23-Sep-13 20:05
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 114 cladking 23-Sep-13 20:48
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 153 carolb 23-Sep-13 20:55
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 130 Caesar42 24-Sep-13 02:35
Enslavement as Metaphor? 144 Dr. Lew Graham 23-Sep-13 23:38
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 169 thales100 01-Nov-13 19:53
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 163 Susan Doris 03-Nov-13 11:17
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 146 David Campbell 03-Nov-13 19:14
Re: Consciousness and the uptake of information 95 Sirfiroth 03-Nov-13 20:13
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