Monday, 06 November 2017
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Hello

Simple question please, How to remember God every moment? Like if you have to respond or work on very earthly thing but at the same exact very time you are remembering God.

Science says brain cannot focus on two different things at the same time; (second, part of second or the smallest particle), like you cannot write with two hands two different things at the same time.

Thanks in advance and later ;)
4 years ago
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#15507
Accepted Answer
Science does not know anything at all about what the consciousness is capable of doing. The Master St. Germain demonstrated writing two letters at the same time, each in a different language, written to different people about unrelated subjects. Obviously, we are not at that level.

The consciousness can pay attention (directed, linear) towards one thing, while remaining aware (spatial, non-directional) to everything else. We all do this all the time. With training and availability of energy (transmutation), theses capacities expand. The teachings explain that this expansion has infinite potential.

Also note that self-remembering is not thought. It is an expansion of awareness that seeks to perceive divinity here and now. Since science laughs at such things, it is no wonder modern science has no idea about it.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

4 years ago
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#15507
Accepted Answer
Science does not know anything at all about what the consciousness is capable of doing. The Master St. Germain demonstrated writing two letters at the same time, each in a different language, written to different people about unrelated subjects. Obviously, we are not at that level.

The consciousness can pay attention (directed, linear) towards one thing, while remaining aware (spatial, non-directional) to everything else. We all do this all the time. With training and availability of energy (transmutation), theses capacities expand. The teachings explain that this expansion has infinite potential.

Also note that self-remembering is not thought. It is an expansion of awareness that seeks to perceive divinity here and now. Since science laughs at such things, it is no wonder modern science has no idea about it.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

4 years ago
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#15512
Thanks for the reply.

Could you please clarify and explain these two quotes?

while remaining aware (spatial, non-directional) to everything else. We all do this all the time


Also note that self-remembering is not thought. It is an expansion of awareness that seeks to perceive divinity here and now


Thanks.
4 years ago
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#15516
When you are performing any task, your directed attention observes its primary focus, yet you still remain aware of your environment. For example, driving a car: you are looking ahead, but also aware of everything else on all sides. This is a simple illustration of these two characteristic qualities: directed attention and spatial attention (awareness). Subsequently, self-remembering is an act of conscious awareness, yet reaching beyond mere physical impressions. It seeks to sense the presence of divinity. That can only begin with "remembering" divinity. That does not require concrete, literal thought, only consciousness. To illustrate further, when driving your car, if you become distracted, you stop "remembering" to be aware of your surroundings, which is how accidents occur. To remain aware of your spatial environment does not require thought (ie. "I must observe";), yet it does require "remembering" or the simple act of remaining aware, watching all around with your awareness.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

4 years ago
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#15519
Thanks Alex for the reply, maybe I will understand that later when I grow up :D

Best Regards and thank you again.
2 years ago
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#21502
Hello dears
Still couldn't grasp and apply that "spatial attention", I knew remembering divine mother is so helpful but I can't do that all the time, can you help me in how I help myself in that?

Imagine how much good karma you would get if I succeeded :D

All love.
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