Which world do your thoughts exist in?

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Three years ago I was in the habit of doing automatic writing each night and I was producing so much at the time that I didn’t really have time to read it all. I wouldn’t even classify it as automatic writing, more steam of consciousness. Anyway, I came across this piece and it seemed interesting enough to post. If this was my unconscious mind then I have no idea what it was on at the time. There are some interesting ideas in the piece though.┬áThis piece of writing raises some interesting questions.

  • Does our world and the spirit world inhabit the same space with only separation being the frequency at which the atoms vibrate?
  • If they do could our thoughts exist in the spirit world and can these thoughts trigger a change in the atoms that the world our bodies exist in.
  • In essence, does thought change reality at the atomic/quantum level?

“Just as we form our own reality, we also form the substance of our shared material. It is often necessary for one to believe that there are other forms of creation before the process can truly hold water and bear fruit. You may feel a sense of longing and this longing transpires into thought waves. This electrifies the atoms into a state that excites the atoms of un-materialised properties in the vast etheric field. The corresponding charge is then released back into your reality, with enough force to materialise individual atoms into a state that excites already existing atoms, this forcing a change in the original form. You cannot wish it so. It has to be believed whole heartedly and this is often the downfall of any medium who wavers away from the path of least resistance. Could it be more simple? I think not, for indeed there are more wonders that abound the realm of which I speak. One can scarcely begin to imagine a more bountiful host for manifestation of spirit.

Can we be expected to ever see the form again, in it’s original conception?

Unlikely, for the thought injected into the atoms affects the others to the extent that committal of that type cannot be reversed. Perhaps it would be safer to strip away the thought that first produced the form, and to allow the adjacent atoms to dissipate back into the ether, from whence they came.”

Original text from 13/8/14