I find this observation from NOV 18, 1990 a very helpful explanation of why people so often have difficulty communicating, why there is so much confusion amongst us all. On the one hand it’s quite obvious that what a person sees is inflected by their experiences an so forth. But for me this quote heightens my understanding that our perception is a direct function of our tuning (and tuning has little to do with behavior). Just like our ocular apparatus is tuned for what we call “visible light,” so the inner choices we guide ourselves by (and the degree to which we do or not magnetize ourself to spirit as we know it) determines the “visible spectrum” we can use when gazing at the outer world or when looking within. It’s no surprise that we’re all different. What startles me is how much this is affected by our tuning.
I often see this play out on this website. People come here expecting to find unity with those of like mind, but more often we find separation due to the very different perceptual wavelengths we are able to operate with. So, how can we not be confused together?
Or, possibly, this is just about me?!?
We would ask you to move one step backward with us, for it is not your behavior, but your being, your consciousness, your inner choices, that dictate with a ruthless certainty that which you shall perceive and notice, as you are not within the density you enjoy aware that the illusion is so complete it is easy to identify consciousness with behaviors, and gaze at the behaviors instead of finding the root of those behaviors.