CB Willis (cbwillis@adore.lightlink.com) wrote:
>To clarify, I don't have a problem with possibly finding a lesson in the
>experience, which usually amounts to having been shown or spotting
>something early on by Spirit, and glossing over it, then reaping the
>consequences of that gloss/denial.  I guess my problem here is *having to
>find a lesson, or assuming there is one. And while there may be one even
>*most of the time, I just feel like the question if done routinely pushes 
>this just a bit too hard, a bit compulsive or something.  It's a fine 

     Adore says that 'lessons' are the yoke around our necks with
which we sink ourselves to bottom of the sea.

     Each engram is a lesson learned, must never do that again, must
always do that again etc, that needs to be UNLEARNED.

     Thus the 'postulate off' at the end of running an engram chain is
the 'lesson unlearned' at the end of the same chain.  If some other
lesson is 'learned', then the chain is not flat but merely re
restimulated into a new aberration, a new 'self determined change'.


>- CBW

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