Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Seth Speaks, Chapter Five

Begin this series here.

Chapter Five:

Whew! This chapter is going to be a challenge. It is highly technical. Since technical and mathematical information is not my forte, I will do my best to explain the nature of how we manifest objects. This series is a mental exercise for me, and this chapter is going to one of the hardest.

He begins by using the analogy of words printed on a page not actually containing the information - it transmits the information. Physical objects are another kind of expression. We create them as we create words on a page. Objects are natural by-products of the evolution of our species, just as words are. The expression that the environment expresses a particular individual's personality is quite literal, in this sense.

"There are main coordinate points, pure mathematically, sources of fantastic energy and subordinate coordinate points vast in number. There are four absolute coordinate points that intersect all realities. These coordinate points also act as channels through which energy flows, and as warps or invisible paths from one reality to another. They also act as transformers, and provide much of the generating energy that makes creation continuous in your terms."

I sort of envision these points as looking like Indra's Net:

The subordinate points are important in allowing us to transform thoughts and emotions into physical matter. "When a thought or emotion contains a certain intensity, it automatically attracts the power of one of these subordinate points, and is therefore highly charged, and in one way magnified, though not in size." 

There are three types of coordinate points - absolute, main, or subordinate, which represent accumulations or traces of pure energy. They are small in size - smaller than any particle, but composed of pure energy. This energy is activated by emotional intensities, and these points are like invisible power plants. The subjective experience of any consciousness is automatically expressed as electromagnetic energy units - which are natural emanations from all kinds of consciousness - and under certain conditions coagulate into matter. He goes on to say how small these units are - molecules would appear as large planets to these units.

Each thought or emotion exists as an electromagnetic energy unit, and with the help of coordinate points emerge into the building blocks of physical matter. He wants it to be known that thoughts and emotions are formed into physical matter by very definite methods and laws, although our science may not understand it quite yet. And there are certain places where the coordinates are stronger than others. In the US they are the West Coast, places on the East Coast, Minneapolis, parts of the Southwest, Utah, the Great Lakes, and the Chicago area, although he didn't give specific places. Materialization will appear quicker, and therefore potentials for both constructive and destructive elements are high - so if you live in these areas be cognizant of your thought processes. He says if your frame of mind is highly intense and you think in vivid mental emotional images, or highly pessimistic in nature, given to thoughts and feelings of potential disaster, then these thoughts will be reproduced in experience much quicker if you live in these areas. 

So there you have it - a highly simplified version of a highly simplified version, (he said he could write a book on just this chapter), of how material objects are manifested in our reality.

Up Next: The Soul 


karena said...

Thanks so much for putting these chapters on your blog...I picked up this book from the library and must say it's a challenging read for me...so I do very much appreciate following along here on your blog. So good of you to do this.

Nancy said...

Karena - You're welcome - thanks for letting me know you are reading this book at the same time!

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Power of attraction!

Nancy said...

T&R - My thoughts exactly!

luksky said...

I read this chapter on auto-pilot because it made absolutely no sense at all. Now that I have read your summary I have a bit of a better understanding what he was trying to convey. I'm sure my blindness was also emphasized by the fact that I am not in the least bit mathmatically inclined.

Nancy said...

luksky - I have the very same problem - mathitis. This was a hard chapter.