Peace Will Come This World Will Rest Once We Have Togetherness

I remember the time I had a thought that I felt was not my own. I’ve made the connection now that my thoughts had crossed someone else’s stream of consciousness, but at the time, it just felt like the weirdest thing for me as C to think.

I was laying in bed one night and looking at my nails which were painted black and an almond shape, when I had the thought ‘I wonder is this is the bullet that killed Tupac’.

Ridiculous. I never, in my life, think of any of those things individually let alone as a whole. I’m not pro gun. I don’t think of bullets or know the difference between types, nor do I care, Rest In Peace, what kind of bullet killed Tupac Shakur. But there I was cleaning my nails one night when that thought passed by in an instance.

I was stunned. But as I’m going through this process in recognizing the one consciousness, it makes sense that in more and more circumstances, we would have thoughts that are not produced by ourselves if we share one consciousness.

The more we become connected to the universal consciousness, the more we will have situations that will allow us to connect to others who have been in a vibration of such a similar state, that it seems identical and therefore the two streams connect and intersect, allowing previously thought thoughts that happened in that moment with one individual to pass through again, as the universe recognizes the similarities and assumes the same energies as previously created.

As I’ve been growing in this knowledge, I find that it’s more easily accomplished when one is at a state of rest and relaxation. Allowing previously created energies to flow through as well as the release of your own tensions and preconditions.

These are just my experiences and I thought you might want to enjoy it for yourself as we dive deeper into togetherness.

Anyways, if you used to think strongly about Tupac and wonder what bullet killed him, HMU. I’m sure we’d have a lot to talk about. 😉

– The Jimmy Castor Bunch / It’s Just Begun-

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9 thoughts on “Peace Will Come This World Will Rest Once We Have Togetherness

  1. Truly the more connected to the stream you are the more spontaneous is your mind. Your mind starts improvising.

    Its not so much that thoughts comes from somewhere else, because consciousness does not think it just is. It’s more like Jazz. The deeper the roots the bolder the tree.

  2. Reminded me of “The Field” by Lynne McTaggart. In the final chapter, she discusses the overthrow of materialist orthodoxy. She suggests the bedrocks of physics and biology are probably wrong, and in the last chapter postulates a complete revision of materialism, concluding:

    “1. The communication of the world did not occur in the visible realm of Newton, but in the subatomic world of Werner Heisenberg.

    2. Cells and DNA communicated through frequencies.

    3. The brain perceived and made its own record of the world in pulsating waves.

    4. A substance underpins the universe that is essentially a recording medium for everything else.

    5. People are indivisible from their environment. Living consciousness is not an isolated entity. It increases order in the rest of the world. The consciousness of human beings has incredible powers, to heal ourselves, to heal the world – in a sense, to make it as we wish it to be.”

      • I believe the renowned healer Matthew Manning is one of the many people who has taken that journey. I don’t know if you’ve heard of Mr. Manning, but his healing effect on cells has been verified under stringent laboratory conditions and the results were published in Nature. He has worked with oncologists for years. Although I’ve never met him, he appears to be a very down-to-earth but highly enlightened soul.

        • I know you can be both, down to earth and enlightened. I’ve experienced that you have to be. Or else you go crazy, attempting to live in a world where no one understands what you know to be true. So you have to maintain a ‘regular’ life. But it’s the most challenging thing.

          • I should mention that the journey of Matthew Manning is particularly interesting and is described in several documentaries and personal interviews that can be seen on YouTube; his youth was characterized by by an influx of transcendental powers that manifested in such things poltergeist activity, automatic writing and drawing, and the ability to bend spoons like Uri Geller. Fleeing the media attention, Manning went abroad to try and find some peace of mind and think about his future. It was only after a religious experience of universal connectedness that he had on a mountain whilst watching the sunrise, that he thought to himself “What’s the use of all this stuff if I can’t actually help people?” It was then he directed his supernatural gift toward healing others.

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