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NoPR Chapter 14: Session 654, April 9, 1973 neuronal tables past present reprogram

In daily practical experience, try to concentrate for a while upon seemingly subordinate abilities, ones that you think of as latent. If you do so consistently, using your imagination and will, then those abilities will become prominent in your present. The current beliefs will reprogram and alter past experience. It is not simply that past, forgotten, unconsciously perceived events will be put together in a new way and organized under a new heading, but that in that past (now not perceivable), the entire bodily response to seemingly past events will change.

A new belief in the present, however, can cause changes in the past on a neuronal level. You must understand that basically time is simultaneous. Present beliefs can indeed alter the past. In some cases of healing, in the spontaneous disappearance of cancer, for instance, or of any other disease, certain alterations are made that affect cellular memory, genetic codes, or neuronal patterns in the past.

Your consciousness is not a thing that you possess. Your individuality is not a thing with limits. If you ask, “What is my individuality in all of this?” or, “Which ‘I’ am I?” then you are automatically thinking of yourself as a psychological entity with definite boundaries that must be protected at all costs. You may say, “I was born in a house on a certain street in a certain town, and no present belief to the contrary will change that fact.” If, in the present, one past event can be altered within your neuronal structure, however, then basically no event is safe from such change.

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TES5 Session 224 January 17, 1966 birch owner past trailer test

There is of course a composite past that is composed of such individual electromagnetic connections, and this composite past is not the same past that once existed, in those terms. The past itself is being continually recreated by every individual, as attitudes and associations change. [...] For even the child within the man continually changes, and again I am not speaking of symbolic change.

[...] Difficulties are caused when such changes in the past do not occur automatically. Such difficulties as severe neurosis are often caused precisely because the individual has not automatically changed his past. Once more, the only reality that can be assigned to the past is that granted to the symbols and associations and memory images that exist electromagnetically both within the physical brain and within the mind.

[...] A change of attitude, a new association, any of innumerable other actions, will automatically set up new electromagnetic connections, and break others. Now part of this we shall explain later, for these changes obviously affect both the future and the past. But the past, again, is continually changed by you, and by every individual. [...]

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TES7 Session 321 February 22, 1967 sensitivities sweaters release pendulum heater

[...] I will have something to say shortly, incidentally, concerning the ways in which you may change the past in the present, for this will be useful. First we must relieve the sensitivities and we are, and then we shall work toward the construction of a more favorable past, you see. [...]

Again: a change of schedules and habits. It is good that you are making these changes. [...] The ego is working with you now, for it grew frightened and is taking steps to change.

[...] More extensive changes, a change in working hours, for example, might frighten the ego and should be avoided.

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TECS1 January 14, 1969, Tuesday Conversation Between Rachel And Ruburt rachel group wheat unfriendly leave

[...] Because you can change—now this is in our physical terms—you can change what we would think of as the past through actions in our present. [...]

“The past in our terms doesn’t cause present behavior, because you can go back now into that past and change it in our present. [...]

(Continuing chatter about going from present to pastchanging past and its affect upon the present.

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WTH Chapter 1: January 10, 1984 traps insects creatures karina swift

Your dream about the return to Sayre, and the more spacious surroundings, means also that as you now change the past and the future, so you have changed the past: you view it in a more extended light, so that it becomes less narrow and constricting. Then from that new past, in certain terms, the new present and future emerge — a fascinating phenomenon.

(Added on Wednesday, January 11, 1984: We’d like more on changing the past from the present. [...] She seems to think the actual episode of Father Darren chasing her around the bed when she was in that hotel room with him as a teen-ager is changed, whereas I thought Seth meant that the original event remained, but that her psychological understanding of what had transpired changed a good deal. [...]

(5:00 p.m. “Don’t be worried — I’m not going to go on with the session, but as he said, you always go back and change the past from the present — your focus point, you know — I know what he’s going to say next …” I said she was welcome to resume the session.

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TPS1 Session 377 (Deleted) November 6, 1967 success jealous caps resented 350th

[...] You can change the past, and in doing so change the present and the future. You can change the present, and in doing so change the past and the future. You can change the future, and in doing so change the present and the past.

I have told you that you can change the past. In doing so you change the self, by choosing from past experience those elements to which you shall and shall not react. [...]

This projected image will of itself already alter the past and the present. You will change the past, your reaction to it, by vividly imagining happy hours that you refused to focus upon. These pursuits in the present will automatically change the nature of the present.

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WTH Chapter 1: January 12, 1984 blueness karina shawn lipstick eyebrow

[...] You do not simply change, or enlarge, your ideas or beliefs about the past — but you change the events of the past themselves for yourself, and sometimes for others also.

(“Do you want to say something about our discussion yesterday, about changing the past from the present?” I felt that Seth was bound to agree with Jane’s version of what he’d said, rather than mine.

[...] The situation was somewhat frustrating, since I’d looked forward to some good material in changing the past from the present; I hadn’t wanted the question to be forgotten.

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TES7 Part Two Of Seth’s Lecture To Pat’s Boston High School Class March 25, 1967 classroom chromosomes 334th shall identity

[...] You can change the past tomorrow. [...]

[...] The past, the present and the future as you know them are illusion, and yet they exist now. You can influence the past today; you can have memory of the future.

Those of you who would change your world, then I tell you, listen: for if you would change your world you must listen to the voice within yourself. [...]

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SS Chapter 16: Session 566, February 15, 1971 probable violin event selves bleed

The past existed in multitudinous ways. You only experienced one probable past. By changing this past in your mind, now, in your present, you can change not only its nature but its effect, and not only upon yourself but upon others.

[...] It goes without saying then that probable selves exist in your “future” as well as your past. It is very poor policy to dwell negatively on unpleasant aspects of the past that you know, because some portions of the probable self may still be involved in that past. [...]

Now: For a change we are going to have some dictation, though I may make a few remarks at the end of our session to you both.

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WTH Chapter 1: January 13, 1984 karina lynn electrons russian designations

The past, and every moment of the past, are being constantly changed from the operation point of the present. In your terms, the present becomes the past, which is again changed at every considerable point from the latest-present — you may put a hyphen between the last two words, so that the meaning is clear. [...]

When you change the past from each point of the latest-present, you are also changing events at the most microscopic levels. [...]

[...] (Long pause, one of many.) She does “return to the past,” remaking it more to her liking. [...]

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