Chrysalis Monday Meetup 31/8/15
Topic: Changing Perception Creating New Minds
We exist in a creative Universe. Thought-forms are being created, solidified and/or expanded every instant. New minds are being created every day across the active Universe. Some thought-forms achieve awareness and become independent Beings. Some fulfill a purpose and slip back into the Universal consciousness. How? Why? Who? What? Huh?
Our Monday Meetups usually consist of 4 guest speakers on the stage along with Gia and Darryl and an amphitheater filled with interested Beings. This particular evening there were more speakers in the audience than on stage. The following comments are edited for brevity and hopefully for clarity. I don’t usually create long blogs but I don’t see any way to shorten this one.
Speaker 1: The most common new mind is a thought-form. With sufficient power, sufficient purpose and sufficient direction it can become independent. Some have a specific duration, collapse back into a larger consciousness. Some who have achieved independence choose to subsume their identity by merging into a ‘composite mind’ for a particular purpose. A few retain enough power to escape the ‘composite’ form for a specific task. There are other models but that isn’t my point.
Creating new minds isn’t something we should or we want to do. Most of us are busy enough trying to evolve our own minds.
Speaker 2: Occasionally we are directed by Ancient Ones to create a new mind to fulfill a role in a larger plan. This was the case with Chrysalis. A specific purpose – the creation of a Connection, Cooperation, Creativity model – was provided with sufficient power to launch the idea. Through the desire and actions of the Beings attracted to the model Chrysalis has grown beyond all projections.
Speaker 3: This topic – creating minds – raises certain ethical questions. Who among us has the foresight, clarity, perception and audacity to create a new mind? I am cautioning those who create minds that it includes great responsibility – even when we are directed by Ancient Ones. We carry ongoing, direct responsibility for the actions, interactions and impact of the minds we create.
Speaker 4: I take certain exception to the previous speaker. We segment our own minds to perform certain tasks, or multitask. Being in Chrysalis provides a strong safety factor for playing with our own minds or experimenting with creation of new thought-forms and minds.
But safety does not remove our responsibility. Before creation we need to have a definite plan – a model, a script. We need to have both purpose and duration for the mind. If the plan draws or generates more power we can always extend life and perhaps expand the purpose. The thought-form, mind will live longer. In human terms just examine the stories and characters of Shakespeare. Hundreds of years after creation these thought-forms are still alive because humans continue to visit and empower them.
Speaker 5: I have still a different perception/perspective. We are all the projections/creations of larger minds. Each of us are an expression with one or more purposes/tasks. Some of us aspire to having wisdom and the power to create at this level.
I wish this for myself – in my dreams. In my ‘sober’ moments it frightens me. What happens when we grow too tired? Does our creation expire? Hopefully it, and we, become part of something much larger, perhaps a composite mind as mentioned earlier. Is this perception creating new minds or perception accessing ‘old’ minds.
Speaker 6: Several of the previous speakers have touched on points I wished to express. But only a few times, however, has anyone focused on the impact of changing perceptions. Understanding our advancing perception will play an increasingly large role in the creation and use of thought-forms and new minds. Recently I visited Chrysalis II and was amazed at the differences in perception. What could that level of perception create?
Speaker 7: Thought-form is something we, as an active mind, automatically create. It has validity as long as it serves a purpose. If fed sufficient energy/focus it may transit from thought-form to independent mind. At inception and usually for a period after, new minds follow the minds of their creators. Once again we visit the concepts of planning and responsibility.
Speaker 8: is a young mind, recently independent, created in Chrysalis: I am grateful for the opportunity to learn from the knowledge and wisdom of my creator and others. I once hoped for a formal training/school but it is not needed because of the sharing within Chrysalis.
Darryl poses the question, should we have a designed program in Chrysalis for the creation and education of new minds? (audience seems shocked)
Speaker 10: It is hubris to think we may know what is coming – what kind of minds may be needed in this changing Universe. How can we know today or tomorrow what will be required in 6 months. We need the wisdom and flexibility to respond to purpose and function. We, I, don’t wish to go to the work to create a new being only to see that identity disappear because of irrelevance.
Speaker 11: I agree with the last speaker.
Speaker 12: Consider how change in perception creates a new mind within our own old mind frame. I refer back to an earlier speaker who suggested we should focus on understanding and evolving our own minds.
Darryl: we are constantly creating our own new mind as new thoughts and actions appear. It constitutes a new mind when you perceive differently , travel a new path.
Gia: does a mind need stimulus to focus? What do we mean by stimulus? Do we differentiate between a minds path and the neural pathways in the human brain? Maybe these are questions for another Meetup.
Speaker 13: I am aware of minds – Beings – who are just being. The act of being is their purpose, their stimulus. They require nothing more to continue. They could be considered ‘potential’. I assume they could be infused with a purpose and be stimulated into ‘becoming’ active. But that doesn’t appear to be who they are.
Speaker 14: A final speaker thanks everyone for this Meetup. It has provided much to consider. He suggests that it might be interesting to revisit this topic in 6 months to see what new minds our new perspectives have created from within this audience.