Scorpio ( wrote:
>Homer, this is an extraordinary perspective.

>Have you (or anyone else) had success applying it in session?

     Too wide a question to answer, the answer is of course yes, and
of course no.  I am still here talking to y'all, so no OT's here :)

     It is a simple alternative model to the 'everything is out there
and we are made of it' model.  If you play with the "external universe
is actual model" enough, you can easily reinvent the 'the external
universe is a virtual projection' model, as they are dicoms to each

     You know, is consciousness in the universe, or is the universe in

     Did consciousness rise from the phusical universe, or did the
physical universe arise from consciousness?

     Once you get a feel for the two models, you can start designing
processes to test the two of them and see which ones produce gain.

     For example if all of space and time are projections in
consciousness, then the conscious unit (thetan) does not exist in
space and time because there ain't any except as percevied, its all a
hologram in a zero dimenional operating actuality, the dude himself.

     So in dreams for example, you are walking down the street and the
world is moving past you.  What is moving?  Are you in the dream
actually going anywhere?  A meatball would say no of course not, you
are your brain and you are right there in bed going clearly nowhere,
but you experience movement in the dream by reprojecting the space
time around you as if you are moving through it.
     Well the virtual reality model says that same is true when you
are awake, as its all a dream now too, shared perhaps by others, but
none the less a projected visualization of actually non existent space
and time.

     Perception of space doesn't imply existence of space.

     So you design a process.

     Go out side and take a walk, and feel yourself moving through the
space as if space is still and you are moving through it.  Then get
the idea you are dreaming, and are in fact still and are moving the
space past you by reprojecting it to look like you are moving.

     Alternate between the two views and notice the use and purpose of
each view.

     What happened to me after long arduous hours of digging around
this was I suddenly had a thunderous vision of my own eternal
motionlessness, it was no longer head think or processing games, it
was REAL.

     What I gained from that experience is a higher certainty that the
world is in fact a projected dream, that one can not in fact get
'lost' because one never went anywhere, one has always been and will
always be 'here', and that all beings are on the same 'here', and that
separation is totally virtual and nothing else.

     This made auditing First Hello's and Last Goodbyes possible
because I was able to see the joke at the bottom of them.