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Seth says
nathan 2016-03-24 11:54:51 [item 20662#50254]
And that, my friends, is a pain body … or ego identity. The true mechanism under RWG, rather than just a launching point into it, or a symptom of it, as most things reported within these walls have been.   
i have no idea what you are saying here.

Seth says
Seth 2016-03-24 12:39:11 [item 20662#50255]
well i think i understand Abraham’s meme.  if i project a thought (represent it), then that thought  is there in all the other thoughts in the media in which it was represented.   Within that media (whatever it is) that thought then continues to function (to the best of its representation) within that network.  For Abraham to say that it “now thinks” is no stretch for me. 
nathan 2016-03-24 13:07:18 [item 20662#50257]
Well it does think. It becomes a self contained vibration continuing to generate thoughts. This is the basic nature of how we manifest the apparent physical and have experiences in it.

One real easy place to see this is simply RWG itself. How many times have you been involved in RWG when by all accounts you would have preffered to stop further thoughts but the thoughts seemed to have a life and will of their own and continued on regardless of your preference for them? Well, it’s not a “seeming to be like”, it really literally is that way. Thoughts continue to think … it is their nature.
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Mark de LA says
Thoughts are just more beings – go on from there see 20665 

Mark de LA says
Seth 2016-03-27 06:10:33 [item 20662#50400]
thoughts are not the only things that work this way … all tools work this way. 

a tool that is projected, works in the world, quite independent of the tool maker.   and from the tool users perspective, the tool is now doing for you. 

consider a hammer and nails … they are “thinking” in our civilization.  consider guns and bullets … they are “thinking” in our civilization.   so it is just like you say,  “it’s not a seeming to be like, it really literally is that way. Thoughts continue to think … it is their nature”.
Chamelion 2016-03-27 07:23:43 [item 20662#50402]
& then some thoughts turn into nonsense .laughing But who cares. eh? It’s a possible way of being.cool
Seth 2016-03-27 07:31:48 [item 20662#50403]
Nonsense thoughts don’t survive.   People just refuse to think them … or say them out loud.  Can you even remember a nonsense thought that you thought an hour ago,  a week ago,  a year ago?  These things die off real fast.
Chamelion 2016-03-27 07:41:27 [item 20662#50404]
Thanks for the example of a nonsense thought.  Go to group politics for more or watch the TV. Some transform, etc. Being doesn’t die, it just IS!
Seth 2016-03-27 07:57:23 [item 20662#50405]
well i disagree.  if thoughts function outside of their thinker,  and their continued existence depends on people taking them up and thinking them,  then they compete in the market place of other such things which evolve, or they die off and nobody thinks them anymore.   When was the last time you used carbon paper? 
Chamelion 2016-03-27 08:12:03 [item 20662#50406]
Thanks for being disagreeable ! There’s a being for that too! thumbs uproselaughing
Seth 2016-03-27 08:27:43 [item 20662#50407]
i am presuming that you believe that thoughts are beings and they exist apart from the metaworld of representations.  so in your context,  beings do not die,  and since thoughts are beings, they do not die either.   but it is my experience that thoughts are mere representations, if a being does not take them up an use them to represent, then simply cease to exist anymore. 
Repetition doesn’t contribute to the truthiness of a statement only the boredom of it showing up again & again. laughing

Seth says
Seth 2016-03-27 06:10:33 [item 20662#50400]
thoughts are not the only things that work this way … all tools work this way. 

a tool that is projected, works in the world, quite independent of the tool maker.   and from the tool users perspective, the tool is now doing for you. 

consider a hammer and nails … they are “thinking” in our civilization.  consider guns and bullets … they are “thinking” in our civilization.   so it is just like you say,  “it’s not a seeming to be like, it really literally is that way. Thoughts continue to think … it is their nature”.
Chamelion 2016-03-27 07:23:43 [item 20662#50402]
& then some thoughts turn into nonsense .laughing But who cares. eh? It’s a possible way of being.cool
Seth 2016-03-27 07:31:48 [item 20662#50403]
Nonsense thoughts don’t survive.   People just refuse to think them … or say them out loud.  Can you even remember a nonsense thought that you thought an hour ago,  a week ago,  a year ago?  These things die off real fast.
Chamelion 2016-03-27 07:41:27 [item 20662#50404]
Thanks for the example of a nonsense thought.  Go to group politics for more or watch the TV. Some transform, etc. Being doesn’t die, it just IS!
Seth 2016-03-27 07:57:23 [item 20662#50405]
well i disagree.  if thoughts function outside of their thinker,  and their continued existence depends on people taking them up and thinking them,  then they compete in the market place of other such things which evolve, or they die off and nobody thinks them anymore.   When was the last time you used carbon paper? 
Chamelion 2016-03-27 08:12:03 [item 20662#50406]
Thanks for being disagreeable ! There’s a being for that too! thumbs uproselaughing
i am presuming that you believe that thoughts are beings and they exist apart from the metaworld of representations.  so in your context,  beings do not die,  and since thoughts are beings, they do not die either.   but it is my experience that thoughts are mere representations, if a being does not take them up an use them to represent, then simply cease to exist anymore.   

Oh sure they still exist in their old representations … old letters in a box for example.  And sure you can go read those letters and still think those old thoughts.  But notice your agency … you picked them up again … sans your reading them and understanding them and thinking them again they would have had no being in and of themselves.