(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2014  ( Zoua )


Rupert Sheldrake has shown that the human bodymind grows in the proper way, or to the growth of the being, by what shapes the morphic fields; we expand on this by saying the total human bodymind experience is created by soul-bodymind symbiotic processing. The soul is a creation of the spirit, and can be thought of as a strategic plan, or lifeplan, where the spirit has created a strategy to find answers it wants to know.

This lifeplan can be thought of as having particular points, where the human, etc., has to make decisions, or has to act by trusting their intuition, and act in the only way they can act to be true to themselves.

Here we have the answer to the strategy of the spirit, through the soul, in symbiotic imprintation, with the bodymind, which is the vehicle, from which the lifeplan, is brought into fruitation, as it travels down the plan, hitting the activator points, of the tension, threat, or etc., of what the spirit wants to see what the bodymind will do, in this particular circumstance.

Is the spirit the dominator and the bodymind dominated, so it has no free will, no, for if the bodymind is totally dominated by the lifeplan, then the spirit would only see what it believes it would do in this circumstance, so for it to be a learning experience, the bodymind must be free to act/react in the only way that feels right to it.

Free will  is the freedom of the bodymind to make its own decisions over what the spirit’s lifeplan, has set up for it to encounter, and have to deal with.

The best way to scout and handle this progression of life, and learning, is through intuition, psychic talents/abilities/skills, and trusting your feelings to act in the only way you can act to be true to yourself.

Next week we will look at these spirit points, of what could be called sailing on the path to dead reckonings, where the spirit has set up a whirlpool, of adventure you have to deal with, from simple to deadly lifeplan reckonings, in your life. Is there a way to avoid them, or make them less than what they are, so they become little bumps, rather than total catastophres. We shall explore this question next meeting!