This  whole subject is complicated, because the thetan is using
force to operate, but force is an illusion and a proxy for postulates
and considerations.

      Thus the idea that blackness can cover a memory is wrong although
that is exactly what the thetan is trying to do with it.

      The truth is the thetan deals with his memory by simply
putting his attention on other memories, by moving on the time track.

      Thus he 'covers' a memory of blood by moving to a memory
of blackness or nothing thereness etc.

      Thus rehahabilitation of the thetan involves only willingness to
move on the time track.


Homer Wilson Smith  wrote in message news:<>...
> Ital ( wrote:
>>Now, when I was very young and carefree, whenever I closed my eyes, I
>>still pretty much 'saw' the room or enviroment I was in, or colors or
>>flows of patterns - kind of like viewing a kalidescope. Now, I see
>>nothing but pitch blackness when I close my eyes.
>>I'm gonna guess most of my 'pictures' are just covered with a black
>>curtain and fear keeps me from peeking ;-)

      I been thinking more about this.

      When my blackness lifts momentarily, it seems to be two or more
'pictures' unscrambling.

      If you were to take a picture of a room and mix it up like so much
paint it would become mostly an even ugly brown of sorts.  Then you
unscramble it and it's suddenly a view with meaning.

      It is tempting to think that blackness on a case is actually a
moment of blackness that the being is using to cover something else he
doesn't want to see.

      So you try to audit death's in caves, outer space, mother's womb,
whatever had real blackness in it.

      But this doesn't work for me.

      So keep in mind the possibility that the 'blackness' is really
thoroughly scrambled facsimiles of the very thing you don't want to look
at etc.


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