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TES1 Session 29 February 26, 1964 13/86 (15%) planes callahan miss watts entryway

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(Jane and I were back home from visiting Miss Callahan, in the hospital, by 8:30. We spent the time remaining before the session was due in discussing the flash Jane had received from Seth, concerning her dream about Miss C., and then in sitting quietly for a few minutes.

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The dream data was correct in its bare essentials. Your friend, Miss Callahan, said that she was going away, and that she did not really want to go away. The picture in the dream was partly subconscious guesswork with a touch of clairvoyance. Any such inner communications are basically the same in that they are picked up by the inner senses, whether or not the information is received as a telepathic communication or in terms of clairvoyance. Where a place for example is seen, rather than words being heard, is determined by the receiver of the message.

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At the precise time of Ruburt’s dream, your friend Miss Callahan had, or rather was, deciding to leave this plane. Ruburt received this message directly. The unwillingness on Miss Callahan’s part represented of course her present personality’s protest against the change that a deeper part of herself deemed necessary and proper.

It was Miss Callahan’s discovery that she needed operations on both eyes that caused this deeper decision. Miss Callahan herself was conscious of natural dismay over the projected operations. When she told Ruburt of the operations, Ruburt leapt to the conclusion that this was the meaning of the dream, and that the dream data had been incomplete.

I think that before tonight, subconsciously Ruburt knew the true meaning of the dream. Part of the subconscious fantasy in the dream was of course valid, representing a watered-down version of the actual communication. For example, Miss Callahan’s black apparel. She had been preparing herself since she learned of the operations’ necessity for her own departure. Yet consciously of course, she was ignorant of her own inner decision, and this is always absolutely necessary.

(“Seth, why did Miss Callahan tell us back in early December that she didn’t know, or at least remember, Frank Watts?”

(Jane had asked Miss Callahan about Frank Watts soon after our first session, of December 2/63.)

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Of course, the conscious mind cannot be aware of such important and critical inner decisions. It would break apart in most unpleasant circumstances, disintegrating before the whole self could make necessary preparations. I want to point out here that your friend Miss Callahan is taking an easier way out in one way, and a difficult way out in another. In the long run her way is a better one, however, than the manner chosen by those who prefer a so-called quick death.

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From your viewpoint such a disintegration is, of course, not pleasant, but as the personality loses its focus on your plane it gathers itself together on another plane, and such a gradual gathering together is much more favorable than the surprise of a complete and sudden departure. Already Miss Callahan’s vital core of awareness is appearing on another plane, and if you will forgive an analogy, she appears there as a wondering but not frightened young girl.

(“Is Frank Watts aware of what’s happening to Miss Callahan?”)

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I have mentioned that the emotions, if you will forgive me, are the tail end of the inner senses. Frank Watts would be aware of the approaching death of a previous child, for example, though not of the approaching death of Miss Callahan at this time. He has been resting. For a while his energies were directed toward your plane in a strong, almost compulsive personal manner, and had Miss Callahan been ill then he would have known.

(“Then Miss Callahan will be almost fully materialized on the other plane before she dies on this plane?”)

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That image was of another personality type fragment from another plane. I have used the word plane to describe any other existence sphere with which you are not familiar. I am afraid we will have to cease this practice. From here on I will use the word plane to refer to existences having to do with your own levels. That is your Miss Callahan I will say is on another plane, since this involves the continuation in some manner of a personality concept which you can understand.

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