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I have written before about some of the most intriguing mysteries of all time, but one has persisted since the beginning, at least the most recent beginning as you think of beginnings. Early humans were much different than humans of today, and almost everyone is aware of the obvious evolution of early man, i.e./e cave man into contemporary personalities.
In the most part we are talking about the physical differences in body structure and in more obscure examinations of skeletal remains found in Africa, of brain capacity and intellectual prowess or lack thereof. Of course it is impossible to measure the intellect of a brain cavity, so you are left much to assumption that a smaller brain cavity meant smaller intellect.
This is an invalid assumption, and early man actually possessed the potential for quite complex intellectual concepts in much the same quality as modern man if not in scope. Granted early humans did not stress the intellectual development until much later on, but you should not pre-suppose that early humans were ignorant savages.
In fact the cave men had in their own way a far more realistic and balanced approach to development of intellect and intuition, and understood more about their relationship to nature that modern man has long forgotten. Cave men for instance were more aware of other realities swirling about them, the difference being that they could see and perceive other kinds of consciousness that you can't see.
I have talked before about the spirits of the forest, of nature and of reality systems that used to coexist with yours quite comfortably and were readily perceivable. In other words, early man understood those natural spirits that have long ago gone absent from the physical world. They still exist, but you are no longer able to perceive them. The American Indians and other indigenous peoples were in touch with them until they were educated out of such a impractical belief.
Early man and women of course, had much less need to learn intellectually than you do today, but he understood more about the true nature of reality than you do. He learned early on to communicate with the animals on a more intimate basis and could follow the consciousness of the animals on their migrations in search for water and food sources. Early humans could blend their consciousness with the consciousness of animals and view the landscape through their eyes, and this in no way inferred an invasion of the animals.
Early humans could to some considerable extent blend their consciousness with consciousness of plants, trees and all vegetative life and the underlying consciousness of nature itself. As an aside, there exists a consciousness and soul of nature itself that you are intimately connected with, but have long been taught to ignore. You sense it, but you have long ago lost the ability to perceive it. This is one of the things that you know, but don't know you know. Or, you don't remember that you know.
Early man up until the time of the Egyptians knew that they were creating their reality and then reacting to it. Men knew that all of nature co-operated in the creation of the natural environment and that this natural environment was somehow the result of their own inner workings.
They were not aware of the processes involved in this endeavor, but they sensed the vast network of consciousness that underlies the entire physical world, and they knew that they created this fragile yet rambunctious environment and that it was not beyond destruction, and so they maintained it and left it much as they found it.
In short, early men sensed the relationship between their beliefs, thoughts, their emotions and expectations and the environment that effortlessly rose up before them. They cowered in their caves when storms raged, but they did not curse the storms for they understood the creative aspects embedded in the destruction wrought on the landscape. They instinctively knew that for the earth to survive there must be a constant change of form and sometimes this change of form came through seemingly tragic weather events.
Early humans could perceive weather events from a different perspective than you do and they then drew conclusions about similarities from physical events in relationship to following disastrous floods or severe storms that always seemed to follow. They inwardly knew that they were indeed creating their reality, a handy trait that few remember today. If you knew but this one fact, you could take better control of your lives and minimize your disappointments and tragedies.
You understand that a storm affects your mood in a very objective way, but you as yet don't understand that your moods and emotions cause the weather that then affects those very same moods and emotions.
Men certainly knew that they created physical matter although they did not quite understand how and they didn't really care since the knowing, expecting and experiencing was enough. They experienced reality all the way through, whereas today you experience reality on the surface only, with no understanding what lies beneath, within and beyond.
I will just say this; you create physical matter, atoms, molecules, your physical image and your personal environment in much the same way as your breath leaves your body, automatically, unconsciously and spontaneously. You cannot help but add to the creation of your physical world as you cannot help but exhale.
I don't expect any of you will bother to learn about how, why, when and where you actually create physical matter, but if you do, I have written many articles on this process, but lets move on.
I ask you for the moment to go with my idea of creation of matter and accept the awesome responsibility that I have assigned to you with that statement. This ability to create, you heretofore you have assigned to God alone. But I tell you, and I tell you without risk of offending God or All That Is, "You are all insipient gods (gods in lower case) in your own right, in that you create reality and you too live forever." So there is no confusion about what is left unsaid, I mean that your identity, your personality, your very being is eternal in every sense of the word.
Granted, you will choose and materialize various forms and utilize them in new and unique ways as new personalities in various reality systems, but your inner identity is indelible for all time.
The One All That Is, shall we say, is a bit more advanced than you since he has been around a lot longer than you and He has had a lot more time to practice Godly matters.
It holds then, that if you do create reality, and I'm taking it for granted that you are kindly going along with my assertion that you do, then it is only natural that you can not only nonchalantly create physical matter, but manipulate and control matter, or more precisely, consciousness manipulates and controls physical matter through its beliefs, emotions, thoughts and expectations.
Some ancient civilizations, existing even before the assumed time of Atlantis used a type of mental sound to move physical objects and so it should now be a hint as to how the Egyptians moved huge stones to construct the pyramids. There were past civilizations that utilized sound as their only method of transportation and movement of materials.
This knowledge and ability is now forgotten, and human consciousness has evolved so that this ability to purposely transport people and objects through the use of sound is now beyond your abilities. You have replaced it with the internal combustion engine a somewhat less practical solution to conveying stuff.
Now, this is what you should know. You manipulate matter every day and it escapes your notice since the practice is so innocuous and has become so ingrained in your unconscious behavior patterns that you write off the events where you have unconsciously forced matter to behave to your wishes and desires.
Matter responds to mental acts. The creation and manipulation of physical matter (atoms, molecules, etc.), is a natural attribute of human consciousness, but you don't notice it is happening since as far as you are concerned, it only happens unconsciously. You cannot force it to happen, in much the same way that you cannot force a telepathic or clairvoyant event through the exertion of your willpower.
Nonetheless, there are occurrences happening around you every day that you have unknowingly initiated through your mental actions. They minute you consciously think "I will through my exerted will power, cause this ash tray to move across the table, you have destined yourself to failure.
That is why so many people are frustrated with psychic exploration and investigation and that is also why so many psychic studies show such disappointing results in light of usual scientific methods. The minute you try, you have already tried to hard and have unconsciously aborted the attempt.
Scientific methods will always falter and fail when trying to understand inner reality. Inner reality cannot be adequately explored from the outside. The only way to get inside is to temporarily set aside the use of the physical brain and put more trust in the intuitive, clairvoyant and telepathic senses, and these will yield valid results.
The results, the subtle innocuous ways that your mental activity affects physical matter totally escapes your perception. You will not see what you do not believe you can see. Today, much as throughout history, you have unknowingly moved and manipulated matter, these abilities have always existed, but you have cut yourselves off from your inner abilities to perceive these actions. You will write them off as coincidences, illusion or imaginative fantasy.
There is much of reality that is beyond your ability to perceive. You only perceive small bits and pieces of the total physical data that is readily available to you, waiting for you to develop your perceptive abilities. As you consciousness expands, so does the amount of physical data that falls within your perceptive range.
You can put "the movement of matter" to the test, but remember, in a somewhat insidious way, you must forget what you want to test, since you cannot force your will upon matter any more than you can will yourself to tune in to the future and see the winning lotto numbers for next week.
What you remember usually will not happen; what you forget will.
Actually, it goes like this; Think of some object you want to move, concentrate on it for a short while, and expect it to happen. Then put it out of your mind and forget it for at least two weeks. Find some small repeated scenario in your daily life that requires the movement of a small physical object, preferably a movement that you have personally been performing yourself. Imagine that a previously required personal involvement with the object be relegated to psychic activity only and no physical energy will be applied.
Send out your desire psychically into the universe, and then put it out of your mind for at least a week or two. Other than a brief period once every week or two, think about your desire, then forget about it. Remember, to forget! This is not as easy to do as it sounds.
The secret is that to achieve success, you must accomplish a very difficult thing, you must want something to move, you must wish something would move, but you must practically forget to remember that desire.
Remember the analogy of the unconscious, spontaneous and innocuous action of breathing? You manipulate matter in the exact way that you breathe. You don't have to think or remember to breathe. You do not have to think or remember to move matter. This may take some time since you are learning a new skill, so don't get impatient; impatience requires you to think about and remember what you want done, and that in itself will ruin the experiment.
Some day when you least expect it, you will be totally surprised that the object movement that you had desired had indeed occurred unbeknownst to you when you least expected it to happen, and you didn't even notice. Once an object has moved or been moved, a pattern is being established that can then be reinforced through expectation and can effortlessly be repeated.
Psychic events always surprise!
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