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Part 7 of Seth’s Concepts in a Nutshell – Probable Systems of Reality

Seth material, organized to answer Andy Hughes’ questions

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For its own purpose, and because of its limitations, the ego chooses a single event from all the probable ones. Until the ego experiences the event it is only one of all the other probable ones. It becomes actual in your reality only when it is experienced by the physical self.

A portion of the whole self can and does experience events in an entirely different fashion than the ego does and is aware of all other probable events that could have been experienced by the ego.

This other portion of the self delves into these alternative events in the same amount of physical time that it takes the ego to experience its chosen event.

These other probable events become just as “real” within other dimensions. There are an infinite number of systems or universes between matter and antimatter. Using the physical senses you can never perceive these other systems, but, probable events are events whether or not you perceive them.

In dreams, often portions of probable events are experienced in a semiconscious manner. Advanced training in the use of the Inner Senses can also lead to exploration of these systems.

These systems of probabilities are quite as real as your physical system, you are simply not focused within them.

In these other systems of reality, each of us has “other selves” not an identical self or twin, but other parts of our whole entity, developing abilities in a different way than we are here.

Each of these selves experiences time in its own manner according to the nature of its perceptions. Their various realities merge in the overall perceptions of the whole self.

There is a constant subconscious interchange of information between all these layers of the whole self.

Ultimately the inner ego tries to bring about comprehension by each of these selves about the other simultaneous selves. Until the whole self is able to perceive its own parts simultaneously, these seemingly separate selves appear, to themselves, isolated and alone.

Seth’s Concepts in a Nutshell continued….

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