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Observing The Flow Of Ideas

Transcribed by Marcy Singer
Recorded in Toronto, Canada on June 02, 2005

(Session begins at 7:43 PM.)

KRIS: Now you can wiggle your little tails. You can measure two centimeters to the right, two millimeters to the left, and you can keep doing that all the whilst losing sight of the project, so to speak. Do you follow?

ALEX: Yes.

KRIS: The main idea is to develop a certain degree of observation of that flow of concepts into your awareness. And this may develop other usually (Pause) previously unknown parameters within your awareness. For example, whilst you are at home in your own home you would make use of the analogy of this radar that detects a certain entry point of the flow of thoughts into your environment. Do you remember that?   


Now you can play with such concepts in the sense that you might like to recognize at what point do you actually become aware of various conceptualizations or ideas. At what point in your field of awareness is this recognized? Is it 6 feet? Ten feet? Four feet? And furthermore by developing this observational attitude you give yourselves an added advantage in that you enhance and facilitate your ability to enter into altered states by removing the focus of your concentration from the official line of consciousness into the unofficial subjective consciousness. Does that make sense?


It might also entice you to discover what configuration, so to speak, these ideas may have had before they entered your field of awareness. Does that make sense?

JOHN: It’s intriguing.

ALEX: It makes sense. I don’t understand HOW you can.

KRIS: As soon as the energy within a concept enters your specific field of awareness it is transformed. Aspects of it that are not translatable in your terms are dropped off. You keep that which you CAN understand, assimilate, and explore within the context of your lives. As you refine such a process it becomes possible to widen your awareness, to strengthen your capacity to hold expanded awareness and thus perceive more of a concept or idea than what you used to bring to your awareness. And the more your awareness evolves in that sense, the greater your capacity becomes to explore more and more unofficial perceptions. Does that make some sense?


So it is reciprocal, your abilities to draw towards you more complex idea structures is dependent on your capacity to allow that kind of interaction and interface. It goes hand in hand. For example, there are many people who enter these types of explorations and verily insist that the secrets of the Universe be revealed to them in 24 hours or less but they are not willing to accommodate larger concepts. Does that make sense?


And it will be different for each individual. For some, it might even be a struggle. For others, it is a sense of discovery. For others, it becomes then an everyday occurrence to enter into a Zen-like state. One of Joseph’s favorite methods of entering that state and there are many others who enjoy a similar situation, is to do repetitive almost monotonous housework, things that do not require a large amount of your conscious attention, thereby allowing other portions of your mind to wander, so to speak, to be receptive to larger thoughts and idea constructions. Does that make some sense?


Now it does not mean that you all have to become expert Susie Homemakers. But the idea is to engage pleasant activities that do not require an excessive amount of your focus, at least not for the activity itself. For some people, it is engaged when they go on walks.

JOHN: Bike rides.

KRIS: Indeed. Though depending on where you cycle you might be required to pay attention.

JOHN: Yes.

KRIS: But all in all, activities that engage a certain level of dissociation of a creative nature indeed help you establish a correspondence with that part of self that draws larger and larger complex thought structures. Do you follow?


You might even enjoy toying with the idea of observing a stream of ideas from pre- to present to post-awareness and see how it is transformed by its own inertia and momentum and follow the idea. Who amongst you has ever paused to observe when thoughts or ideas come to your awareness and as soon as it leaves the certain periphery of your awareness, where is the thought? What have you explored on that topic? Do thoughts continue past your self-awareness and suddenly melt into the ethers? How does that idea energy enable thoughts contained within it to continue? From where does it venture forth?

ALEX: How the heck will we know?

KRIS: By observing. By daring to be adventurers who are willing to sail to the apparent edge of the horizon like sailors of old who dared defy conventional beliefs that stated that you would fall off the edge of the World. Does that make sense?


ALEX: A thought that appears to me, I think that once I receive it as thought it’s already gone. How do I follow that and have a reaction to the thought as well?

KRIS: By learning to observe, which creates a mechanism of the witness, as opposed to a direct participant. Usually, the individual is immediately involved with the process of his or her thinking and literally swims in that current constantly. That is a fine thing if you wish to know how cold the water may be in the creek. Correct? Because you are right there in it.

However, if you wish to discover the body of the creek and its life, you have to take a different approach. You have to travel up and down stream, see the contours and the curves, the water’s edge including the vegetation and the animals that feed from it. You will examine its depth or its shallowness. Perhaps at some point, it pools and then there are some stones and pebbles creating a small brook that continues into a creek further on. Perhaps there are even small rapids and the creek may take many different turns and twists.

Similarly, the flow of ideas into your awareness within your awareness and out of your awareness also take many twists and turns and have different curves, different depths. Does that make some sense to you?


JOHN: So just to paraphrase, the idea is to have a portion of our awareness observing the flow of thought.

KRIS: Indeed.

JOHN: As well as one portion right in the swim.

KRIS: Indeed, not unlike what you do when you dream. You observe yourself acting within the dream, within the drama on that stage. Correct?


So it is not an impossible task since you already do it, but you do this within the sleep state. It is a small endeavor to activate the same perspectives from this conscious witness or observer state. This may have other ramifications such as an increased ability to capture communications from other expressions of essence, other focuses much more easily and consciously again expanding your capacity to delve into the unofficial consciousness. Does that make some sense?


So there are many other advantages such as recognizing intimate psychological weather and being able to act with wisdom, maturity to transform that weather front. Do you understand?


JOHN: We understand the idea but maybe not the ‘HOW’ of that.

KRIS: Indeed, if you recall we suggested that and not that long ago we suggested that when you enter the dream state, you literally awaken in the very middle of an action, a drama. You call that a dream. Do you recall that?


We further hinted that physical events are not that different from the dream event. And thanks to the wonderful abilities of the ego it appears to you that daily events, circumstances, and conditions follow a chronological pattern. Do you understand?


However, what you do in physical reality is not unlike what you do when you awaken within a dream, participating in an action that already had a beginning and will have an ending even when you depart from the scene. By departing we mean specifically pull your awareness of that action and that interaction away from and into another. Does that make some sense?


Thus by pushing the boundaries, pushing the envelope and widening your awareness, you can easily detect inclement psychological weather. Thus you can deliberately and with varying degrees of success direct your attention away from and towards another scene thereby engaging units of consciousness to create the tapestry within your mind’s eye.

JOHN: I get it!

KRIS: Does that make some sense to you?

JOHN: Yeah, that’s great. So that means that in the physical world when we sense inclement psychological weather, we’re having a bad day, we can turn our attention away from certain qualities, the bad qualities, qualities we don’t like, turn away from that, turn them to a lovely little clearing in the forest with the sun and the little rabbits and the flowers, Right?

KRIS: And we thought Alice was there. (Laughter) But if you see the White Rabbit, do not stop it. (Laughter)

JOHN: And the units of consciousness, bless their hearts, will construct that little clearing in the forest as our next physical experience rather than the inclement weather that we’re moving away from.

KRIS: Indeed, now this requires practice. However, it is less difficult than you think.

JOHN: Well, we know how to do it in our dreams.

KRIS: Indeed, you know how to pull your concentration from your waking state and direct it, literally kick in those gears that enable you to travel then toward what you call dream experiences. It is a process you already are familiar with. You may have to familiarize yourselves with it at the conscious level and keep the practice in such a manner that it becomes easier. And that is why we first suggested an approach towards inclement psychological weather so that you can see how your moods, your mental states, your emotions can easily be transformed. Correct?

JOHN: Yeah

KRIS: This is far easier and more practical than trying to immediately manifest a mountain of gold in your backyard. Does that not make some kind of practical sense?

JOHN: Yes, besides its more fun to be happy than it is to have gold. (Laughter)

KRIS: You cannot eat the gold.

LIDA: Is this like some people already see the glass half full instead of half empty?

KRIS: Indeed, their perceptions are such that it is difficult for them to see that the glass can go from half full to full.

ALICE: So they believe that it is half empty.

KRIS: Indeed because they become convinced that if it is already half empty it will become completely empty very soon.

ALEX: Is this about changing your perspective?

JOHN: Bingo

KRIS: And this is not rocket science. It is not New Age philosophy. It is not something we have invented. This exists in all of what you call the sacred writings and the text and the scriptures and the holy books, the metaphysical, religious and spiritual teachings of all religions. But in life, this knowledge has been with you forever.

ALICE: With our culture or with us individually?

KRIS: Individually, and it is in ALL of your cultures. But when you focus primarily on the official line of consciousness it is easier to forget that there are OTHER, as valid and perhaps even MORE valid idea structures that you can flow with.

JOHN: So can I just ask a question then? Moving our attention away from the inclement psychological weather towards what we might prefer in that moment, is that choosing a different stream, is that choosing a different idea atmosphere?

KRIS: Indeed, this is also referred to as changing probabilities. Probabilities are merely other……we are looking for a word…..other tributaries of the River of Life. Does that make sense?


And this does not mean that you will never get a bad hair day. There are times when you will recognize that indeed you have to go through the raging torrents and the storms because you are affecting then perhaps even deeper changes in your persona. Thus the energy manifests itself in that manner. And you know that you still have choice and that you have engaged this as well in that there is to be a recompense for this, perhaps an even wider awareness, a deeper sense of continuity of being grounded and rooted into consciousness.

But it does not mean that when you recognize buried issues, that you may escape them. Do you understand that?

QUESTION: Right! (Laughter)

KRIS: But it does mean that you can engage in dialogue. You can engage inner discourse and greatly minimize what could be a rather difficult transition into something far less difficult. Does that also make sense?

JOHN: We hope so. (Laughter)

KRIS: In other words, the world is not always rosy, but you always have the opportunity to engage a more advantageous, positive and constructive outcome and this is merely scratching the surface of thought structures.

Now, what is the time?

ALEX: 8:16

KRIS: Indeed we suggest a small pause. In YOUR case (indicates to Alex) a stop. (Laughter)

[MARK’S NOTES: Last week when I was not at the session, Alex took over operating the recorder. Since it had been a while since she had done this, she PAUSED the recorder at break instead of STOPPING and starting it again in order to record breaks.]

(Break begins at 8:16.)

There was discussion about how it can sometimes be difficult in day to day living to catch yourself in negative thoughts and choose something else, to not allow the situation to overtake you, especially if it appears to be a traumatic event.

John said that was what Kris was talking about in that not every situation will be happy or cheerful but we need to remember that we have chosen those difficult situations for some important purpose and to try to focus upon the value that can come through that difficulty.

Alex remarked further that still one needs to honor that situation, the difficulty of it and admit that if it sucks, it sucks and not deny that.

The example was given of a husband who comes home and tells the wife he wants a divorce and Alex was talking about how that might be bad for the children. John and others responded by saying that those ideas may simply be a projection and it MAY actually be the best thing that could happen to the children. It’s a matter of perspective.

John further said that he has known many people who have had serious illnesses who said it was the best thing that happened to them because it changed their lives in wonderful ways. And yet to talk to someone at the beginning of a terrible illness, it will be difficult for them to imagine any good to come out of the situation, although the potential is still always there.

John also mentioned that he had decided that everything in his life is either wonderful or wondrous. No exceptions. The stuff he doesn’t like is wondrous. (This cracked everyone up.) And when he finds something wondrous he changes channels quickly to the wonderful channel.

There was further discussion about ideas, where they come from and where they go, their shape and dimension, and how to follow them, as well as how to be an observer as well as a participant and how this widens our field of awareness in many ways.

John reiterated what Kris had said about how when a thought comes into your sphere of awareness that the parts we cannot understand will drop away and we are then able to work with the parts that we CAN understand and comprehend. He asked if when these thoughts then leave our sphere, do they pick up and take with them all the parts that were dropped?

Alex responded that she feels that those other parts were not actually dropped but were simply not perceived.

Thus the more one learns to follow their thoughts and widens their understanding, the more completely these thoughts will be perceived.

(Kris returns at 8:24.)

KRIS: Now it is not so much that an idea performs surgery to remove certain parts of itself to accommodate your narrow, narrower or less narrow perception. However, you simply block out that which you cannot assimilate or deal with or recognize at that particular moment. It never truly loses any of its components. Does that make sense?


Now there is another issue involved here with these exchanges for when ideas flow into your field of awareness unknown to you this creates a certain kind of friction, for lack of better words at this point in time. Your field of awareness acts as a kind of resistor. Does that make sense?

JOHN: Fascinating.

KRIS: That alters various electromagnetic charges. Do not forget that thoughts, ideas and idea complexes are energy and when energies encounter fields, there are exchanges. So your field of awareness incurs a charge because there is a transformation at that contact point, at that entry point. You may not perceive these psychic activities because you are not accustomed to remaining in those zones for any great periods of time. However, the byproduct of that electromagnetic exchange is found as a result in your mental world, what you call electricity.

ALICE: Can you please explain that further?

Electricity as you understand it is the byproduct of the flow of ideas into your awareness. It is an energy that is never lost. It is simply transformed, and when there are millions and billions of individuals engaging countless hundreds if not thousands of thought interchanges on a daily basis on a continuous perpetual basis you have a large amount of energy buildup. One of the results and the byproducts of this is what you call electricity in your world. You may think it is the result of turbines and so on and so forth. These are only the means by which it is manifested. It already exists within nature. Does that make some sense?

LIDA: Can I ask a question?

KRIS: Indeed.

LIDA: How would our electromagnetic field around us change in the presence of, for example, electrical appliances? Does that alter the flow of thoughts?

KRIS: It does not alter the flow of thoughts because you are still able to think. Correct?

LIDA: Yes. But it could change the electromagnetic field around you.

KRIS: To a very small degree mostly pertaining to the field generated by your body, not by your consciousness. The body itself has its own distinct energy. It’s own cellular consciousness. But you yourself are separate from your body. In fact, you are not even your physical body. It is a representation of whom and what you think you are at this point in time. Do you understand?


KRIS: So the physical form might perceive varying degrees of effects, but these can all be balanced and countered. But your sciences only recognize to a small degree what some of these effects are on the biological structure and its own electromagnetic energy field.

ALEX: There are some people who when they walk under a streetlamp the lamp will go out or when they wear a watch the watch will stop. There are many instances of people kind of colliding with electronic gadgets and that kind of thing. Does that have anything to do with electromagnetic energy that some people can wear a watch and some people cannot? And some people can walk under a streetlamp and nothing happens and some people do and think that that happens all the time?

KRIS: Indeed and many people who are able to turn on streetlamps might not be able to shut them off. And others might not be able to turn them on but only shut them off. And they may not always be able to do that. There are actions within their own energy field that are exerting an influence in the physical environment and it may be simply that they are having fun. (Laughter) Flipping the switch on and off.

ALEX: But they’re not aware of it, is that correct? ……on a conscious level.

KRIS: Indeed not. Many have tried to consciously to direct this and are often unable to do so.

JOHN: That raises a very interesting question, Kris. Are you saying that some of the things I do are just for fun and they’re fun at essence level? Like here I am living my life and at essence level, it says, ‘Woo, let’s try this. This looks like fun.’ So I didn’t know essence had fun at that level.

KRIS: Do keep in mind it will never be done at your expense but always with your cooperation. Even if you do not fully comprehend the depths of the matter on the subject at hand, still these creations are for the sheer pleasure of understanding that you can do these things.

JOHN: Well, that brings to my mind that everyone, once in awhile I will have a thought that just strikes me as hilariously funny. Is it possible that essence has a sense of humor and is just basically joking with me?

KRIS: Perhaps not in the sense that you express it. But having fun WITH you, but not at your expense.

JOHN: Oh yes. But again, I’m laughing. I’m enjoying it.

KRIS: If you take into consideration the apparent mess the human race is, you have to find some humor in this. (Laughter)

JOHN: Yeow! Yeah, I gotcha. I hear you.

ALEX: Very true. And that’s how the glass is half full and getting fuller.

JOHN: So I want to live my life with joyous abandon. You’ve suggested that that’s a possibility. In fact, you’ve recommended that.

KRIS: Indeed.

JOHN: On more than one occasion. That’s the goal here. I would like to just live my life with joyous abandon and the devil take the Hindman.

KRIS: Consider the young eagle in the nest having been prepared for weeks by its parents, having watched the parents leap into the air to open their wings and be caught by the wind and soar above. Now imagine if suddenly on the day of the great jump the young eagle starts wondering how this is possible ‘for surely I will plummet to my death on the rocks below. How can the wind which I do not see catch me? I am but a frail bird after all. Look at the distance to the ground below. It is a long fall and a long time to wait to hit bottom.’ And so on and so forth. That would guarantee the young eagle would never fly.

So what do eagle parents do in this case?

Indeed! They kick the little fucker out of the nest! (Everyone cracks up.)

And then its innate observations kick in and almost at the last moment, certain it will meet death, its wings spread out, catch the current, and it begins to soar and there is nothing but joy in its life at that moment. It has tasted that power to change its destiny.

ALEX: Very well put.

JOHN: Lovely. So who kicks US out of the nest?

ANDREA: Ourselves.

KRIS: You do. (Laughter) You do as subjective selves.

JOHN: Ah-ha! Right. I get you.

KRIS: Now what is the time?

ALEX: It is 8:39.

KRIS: Indeed then enjoy a small break.

(Break begins at 8:39.)

There was further discussion about being kicked out of the nest and how this occurs for us by essence. Alex talked further about how the little eagle found his power and did fly and how this also occurs for us, how we are able to go through things and in doing so we claim our power.

John told a story about a woman whose husband came home one day and said he wanted a divorce. She was devastated but accepted his decision. The next morning he awoke and said that he didn’t know what had come over him but there was no way he wanted a divorce and to forget what he had said. The wife also accepted this as well. She said later that she felt she needed to go through the feeling of loss.

The question was raised as to what effect her acceptance of his decision to get a divorce might have had on her husband. And it was suggested that perhaps it made it easier for him to change his mind.

The question was also raised as to what would make the husband do something like that? Serge suggested that perhaps he thought he needed to find something else in his life and realized that he already had what he wanted.

John remarked that you never know what men think. The women found this quite funny and someone came back that you never know what women think either.

(Kris returns at 8:45.)

KRIS: Now then lest you think that you have an occasional idea here and there throughout the day, we would not want you to be mistaken on that subject. You literally exchange and interface with idea concepts all the time in exactly the same way we have previously suggested that you dream 24 hours a day. It is a continuous energy process. You cannot escape it. You cannot stop it. You cannot prevent it nor kill it. It is what you are.

JOHN: Can I ask a question on that, Kris?

KRIS: Indeed.

JOHN: I think you’re saying that every single dream I’ve ever had in 55 years and continue to have, which was going on before I entered it and continued after I left, it’s still going on.

KRIS: Their own lines of development are still engaged. Their own transformations are still engaged.

JOHN: Wow.

ALEX: When Cheryl and I were driving up here we were talking about this and Cheryl said, “So let’s say I thought, I got so mad at my mother I said ‘I want to kill my mom.’” Is there a reality in which she actually does do that?

KRIS: Not in that sense. Remember these are words associated with feelings only. And your wiser inner self knows that you are not being literal but you are expressing frustration. Otherwise, most of the people on your planet would already be dead! (Laughter)

ALEX: But does the energy behind that thought, does THAT take on a life of its own and go somewhere and manifest in some other reality?

KRIS: But not in that sense. It is not a negative state. It is simply a state of expression, expressing a frustration, a difficulty or a challenge. And by the expression you are able then to find solutions. Are you not?

JOHN: Sure

KRIS: Indeed. It is better to express than to suppress. When you suppress then indeed you create an overabundance of energy that has nowhere to manifest but in your body as the last resort as a means to get out of your sphere of influence. There are individuals who unfortunately are such adepts at suppressing their emotions that they are constantly manifesting illness in their bodies.

So you have literally an unending reservoir of energies because you are engaging in an interface with idea structures and complexes on a continual, perpetual, permanent basis always. As you disengage slowly from your physical concentration, literally leaving physical human life, dying, you enter into an even wider field of perception, becoming more and more aware of the idea atmosphere and can engage MORE of such interactions simultaneously whilst during your physical manifestation your abilities become narrower. So you narrow the broad band of your perceptions.

As you remove yourselves from the physical focus then your abilities to take on more and more of the exchange widens. That is what essence is about, being in its own realm, conscious, essence conscious of millions if not billions of such interchanges constantly. They occur in the moment.

LIDA: Would it be a different aspect of interchanges at that level of… (Kris interrupts)

KRIS: It encompasses all of them.

LIDA: All of them.

KRIS: Indeed. Imagine for a moment that all your life long you have only seen one television set, the one in your livingroom. Suddenly you walk into Future Shop and you see walls upon walls floor to ceiling and wall to wall with hundreds of television sets, all capturing a different program. It would tend to be overwhelming until you get accustomed to it to such a point where you may step back and see all of them simultaneously.

Now imagine that as essence, not only are you observing them but you are actually able to participate at the same time in ALL of them simultaneously. Imagine being part of All My Children, As the World Turns, Coronation Street, The Young and the Restless, and so on and so on all at the same time so that you do not miss any of the goodies of any of these programs.

ALEX: Well, it’s all the same show anyway. (Laughter)

KRIS: This gives you unprecedented advantages and you are not limited to, be unable to tap into those reservoirs whilst you are here in the physical, but it simply requires a concerted effort on your part, a practice, to open yourselves up to such a wider degree of awareness. You may become then conscious of a few or several or more other focus lives, for instance.

Now, what does ‘become conscious of’ mean?

VARIOUS: Accepting perception. Awareness.

KRIS: Because it is now in front of you. Does that make sense? It can only be conscious when you perceive a thing. Where was it before? And where is it after?

JOHN: Like ideas.

KRIS: Indeed. Therefore, everything exists simultaneously. The difference is that you are not conscious of that at that moment. You are only conscious of the one television program on the one station. Does that make some sense to you?

JOHN: And the reason we’ve limited ourselves to the one TV show is we want to really enjoy the visceral intensity of it.

KRIS: Indeed, you want to get into the bones of the show. You want to feel it in your own bones.

JOHN: A quick question about ideas. You were saying that when ideas enter our field of awareness that there’s an energy exchange.

KRIS: Indeed

JOHN: I can see that we would change as a consequence of having the ideas float through. Do the ideas change?

KRIS: Indeed. They are also transformed. Most of the time when you become aware of ideas, not all the time but most of the time, there is sufficient inertia that you want to do something about it. It is that strong. And of course, the idea becomes transformed as it goes through your awareness. It becomes something else. It is given a new life just as were you to follow any one of the ideas that come to your minds, your lives would also be transformed and they already have been time and time again since you became aware of ideas.

JOHN: And is that because WE are an idea? So we’re talking about the same stuff.

KRIS: Indeed.

JOHN: Interacting with the same stuff.

KRIS: You are simply another kind of idea.

ALEX: Is there a way we can see the idea? I would like to see the idea coming into my awareness.

KRIS: Indeed.

ALEX: How can I see it coming?

KRIS: Through a variety of ways, but that would necessitate practice. You may see the energy. You may picture it. When you get ideas, you get the idea of buying a car, you may or may not act upon it. If you act upon it then you have to make choices. What kind of car? What color of car? Two seat? Four seat? SUV? Family van? And so on and so forth. Do you want four, six or eight cylinders or perhaps a rotary engine or a hybrid engine? There are all sorts of considerations, and how will your life be changed from that moment on? These are all ramifications that flow out of the idea and you simply harvest them as you continue with the idea. Or you may choose not to and follow another idea instead.

ALEX: How can I see the idea come into my awareness as an energy though? Can I do that?

KRIS: You have first to be able to detect them. You are constantly filled with ideas but take a moment to step back, to observe the ideas. You may see them. There are ideas about perhaps a new CD, perhaps an idea about a new job, perhaps an idea about some other venture. Learn to acquaint yourself with them so that you can step back even if momentarily and ask your own self to depict them in a manner that is best for you.

You may see full-blown colors that will reveal themselves as ideas to you. You may see other forms, geometric forms before they actually get translated by your awareness. Do you understand?

ALEX: Yeah.

KRIS: As it enters your field of awareness, literally your own little bubble of perception.

ALEX: Is it kind of like developing a symbol in a dream?

KRIS: Very similar. But it requires a practice. This is a most interesting subject matter because ideas do change the world not only the individual but the world and furthermore, your whole world IS the result of ideas. You had a question. (Indicates Lida.)

LIDA: Is that the Butterfly Effect?

KRIS: On a much greater scale. The idea of many Universes was lost to your species for centuries. Your species thought that your planet was the center of the Universe. Ideas changed – the Universe changed. Now obviously to someone not inclined to use thoughts, it is the most outrageous and scandalous thought to even dare think that the Universe as you know it now did not exist. But it did not. Your ideas of a greater Universe made it so. Do you follow?

JOHN: So these ideas that you’re bringing forth are changing this world.

KRIS: As are yours.

Now, what is the time?

ALEX: 9:01

KRIS: Indeed. Perhaps we will assign you a small idea homework. Try and recall as much of tonight’s discussion as possible and if you are so inclined play with the first practice of finding in your home that point where ideas intersect with your perceptions.

ALEX: Our energy field.

KRIS: Indeed and then let your imaginations run wild! Imagine how these ideas may be changing your ideas about ideas. (Laughter) And how THAT may affect the world. If YOUR ideas are changed, then the world is changed.

ALEX: Because you are part of the world.

KRIS: You create it with them.

ALEX: We ARE the world.

KRIS: Indeed. Hence the song. (Laughter)

Now we would leave you to play with your idea sandboxes. Make your little sand castles. Kick them down and rebuild them and they will always be different and marvelous and wondrous.

And with that, we leave you to your own cosmic playgrounds.

ALL: Thank you, Kris.

(Session ends at 9:03.)

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