The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Monday, January 29, 2007

Choices In The Reservoir Of Feelings, Part 2

Last time I talked about a reservoir of feelings and this time I want to expand on that. A reservoir of feelings does exist - some of them cast off from other people or even animals. Some of them simply sloughing off when we no longer need those feelings and some of them even dropped off from those who have passed over at the end of their life cycle.

These feelings can be measured and there are experiments going on in that direction as well as experiments that have proven to be successful. I do not claim to be a scientist but you can research it if you want to look.

My whole reason for existence here - my raison de on this blog is to suggest what we can do about things that may be causing us or stimulating us or even enticing us to do things that we might not wish to do otherwise.

As I stated last time, I believe that there is a reservoir of feelings just as there may be other kinds of reservoirs but when we are in a situation where we don't know what to do and we need guidance or direction and there is no one around to help us or that we feel comfortable asking - many times what ever the charge is - you know what I mean - you have been in a place perhaps or situation where it feels as if the air itself is charged with some feeling because everyone is either rooting for the team or is angry at this or that person or is happy and excited at the prospect of something - if there is this reservoir of feelings and I've just given some examples - it is possible in our highly receptive state during which we need guidance or direction - we might simply pull from the reservoir that is present.

Of course, as an example, we know that that's how mobs come together. Frequently other perfectly reasonable people might come together to perform something that they might do as a mob that they would never do otherwise as individuals.

This has caused great tumult over time to say nothing of pushing history this way or that way but how can we use this reservoir of feelings to support us when we come up against something - we don't know who to ask and we feel isolated - how can we tap it in a way to support us so that we will do something that is benevolent for us and hopefully benevolent for others? I'll say more about that next time.


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