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Re: [nde] Re: Sarah - Real/Illusion

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  • Sarah Elliott
    Tom and Linda Thank you for your helpful responses. I ll have a think. The bath is a good place. (You can get enlightened and wrinkly at the same time) Love
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      Tom and Linda
      Thank you for your helpful responses.
      I'll have a think.
      The bath is a good place. (You can get enlightened and wrinkly at the same time)
      Love you both

      From: Tom McFerran <thomasmcferran@...>
      To: nde@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2009 5:43:47 PM
      Subject: [nde] Re: Sarah - Real/Illusion

      Dear Linda.

      Thank you for the reminders, most valuable.


      --- In nde@yahoogroups.com, "Linda" <el-stewart@...> wrote:
      >  Sarah Elliott To: nde@yahoogroups.com  April 30, 2009 [nde] Re: ultimate reality - huey
      > Tom
      > I don't pretend to know what you are talking about, really. I don't have that degree of insight. But I think that being around this group and getting older has made me much more aware of the 'roles' that I play, and that I have a choice whether to carry on playing my roles or to choose other roles. The roles that I play are not really 'me'.
      > Dear Sarah,
      > You've got it, luv.  The roles you play are not really you.  The next step is the person playing the roles is not really you either.  That which animates the body - not the body - who you are.  That which animates the body that we relate to (and are trying to learn not to identify with) is that from which ATI springs.  That is who you are.  Life itself.  True life, animating life - Love. 
      > SARAH:  Maybe I am the conductor and the different roles are like different pieces of music.
      > But do you think that the conductor is real too, or is he just imaginary................?*
      > LINDA:  Illusion and imaginary are two different things.  Illusion is misunderstanding what we see.  Imaginary is illusion within an illusion....an example, one night quite some time ago, I had a nightmare about my worst waking fears. I remember it because when I woke up, I said, "Great, a nightmare within a nightmare!"  Imagination is not a bad thing at all.  In fact, without imagination we could not express our creativity - art, dance, poetry, etc.  However, there is a "something" that animates/activates that imagination.  Deeper, always go deeper, deeper, deeper, until you have NO concept of who you are; but rather, simply "are" without any labels.
      > With love,
      > Linda
      > --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > From: Tom McFerran <thomasmcferran@...>
      > To: nde@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 4:01:26 PM
      > Subject: [nde] Re: ultimate reality - huey
      > Hahahahahahahahahaeheheheh . . . .
      > and as there is no body, Who Am I, ????
      > Tom, er, Mr Nobody.


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