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TES2 Session 73 July 22, 1964 8/86 (9%) pipers seed constructions chair depth

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(Willy dozed in his favorite chair. Jane began dictating in an altogether normal voice, pacing leisurely, her eyes dark as usual.)

[... 16 paragraphs ...]

(By now, Jane’s delivery was much more vigorous, her voice quite loud and strong. Now she walked over to a cane chair that was unoccupied.)

We will again use this chair, this time to explain our point. The chair is being constantly constructed. Now the chair represents a subdivision in matter, being what you term dead matter, though we know that consciousness is everywhere.

The chair is being fully constructed simultaneously and instantaneously. Now take the blade of grass, and the seed. Energy and the consciousness within continually constructs itself into completely new constructions; because of the various speeds I have spoken of, and because you do not perceive the full reality, you do not notice the simultaneous constructions, and think them continuous, rather than separate and ever new.

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You know that you cannot perceive with the outer senses the pulsations of energy as they form this chair; because you cannot perceive these pulsations, the chair appears durable, a part of your time and space, and continuous in time and space.

The chair is neither durable nor continuous, and its reality is limited to the recognition which you give it as an object.

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There are multitudinous physical constructions in the space between these two chairs, of which you are not aware, because you cannot perceive the perspective in which they occur.

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In line with this, please consider the material already given, concerning the ways in which atoms and molecules form a simple object, such as a chair.

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