Aug 18, 1996 05:07 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, RIhle@aol.com
>A person often says, "I ~have~ a headache." Easy enough to say. However, in
>the private agony-space before one puts it into words, the secret, intimate,
>personal experience is probably this: "I ~am~ a headache."
I have never noticed such a thing. A headache, toothache, full tummy,
whatever, is an experience that send me a message of either "like" or
"dislike" or "not sure". It is what it is, and I get the message.
Nothing "undifferentiated" there at all.
> A little bit of
>Undifferentiated Consciousness's ~I AM~ has been "differentiated" by
>involvement with the material and has become at least temporarily "deluded."
No wonder God is such a mess!
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