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Alien Soul, ET Mind

By Theresa J Morris

We journey inside our alien mind inside ET space. If you are not an atheist maybe you are a creationist. What if we truly are time travelers and we are using our physical body, so we can experience gravity? Something simple like what is space time and is gravity the same as space time?

Advocates of Space Mind and Space Time Gatherings are learning about cosmology. I am a proponent of Cosmology. I am a space advocate. Where does your mind go when you are alone? Question: Are we really alone?

Do we actually have ancient ancestors somewhere who are our God Father and God Mother? We need to ask ourselves why we exist and what are we doing here.

Those of us who are into being contacted as in open in prayer and meditation feel connected to deities. But why? Is it just stories we have adopted to feel good and like we belong to something greater than ourselves? Inquiring minds must have a reason to exist if not to know what our true essence is to become in the expanse of all things.

Are you an ET or Starseed? Do you think deep thoughts?

Space is where we exist. In our deepest recesses of our minds we may find ourselves alone
So, where do we go when we are alone? I propose there are multiverses and we travel in space.
I woke from a deep sleep after a strange dream. It had nothing to do with anything deep like flying through space. I use to have deep thoughts when I had more time to think about the all. The all being odd also known as God as in pandeism. However, where does that leave me with my Godmother?
In my inner thoughts and dreams of what is truly outside of me I have developed a world or an alternate universe inside my own mind. I am not even sure how to explain this place where I live and where I go when I dream.
I feel that it is important to understand all levels of our own selves. I feel this is more important than words themselves such as Zen and Buddhism or Christianity.I feel that being and knowing cosmology is more important than understanding why we eat, and breathe, and exist.

The why we are is as important as who we are.
What we are is also a combination of both the existence and the essence. I feel as if emotions may be the temperature of that which stimulates our thoughts.
It is now important to know why we exist inside that which we call the macrocosm. The overall expansion of what is contained inside our own minds appears to expand with the all that is called God as in pandeism or the thoughts that God is the universed in all universes.

I have traveled to higher levels outside of my own mind. I have done my part in describing these like Russian Dolls inside each other. At present, I can visit seven levels or universes. I suspect that our universal order is about expansion inside these bubbles inside of bubbles and next to other bubbles which are floating in some massive amount of what we presently call dark matter. It is all of our jobs to figure out what we are expanding together. We are inside a nucleus of a whole substructure of an entire structure of something we can all relate to as the entire all of the total macrocosm. We are no longer confined to our own minds. We can relate to all others and their own minds. The total populace of the entire humanoid sentient intelligent being species and all other creations including plant, animal, mineral, with mammals are all a part of something so miraculous that we have not even began to explore what is on earth much less in space.

It is up to each of us to learn what we need to survive the basics of life in order to remain alive and to not only survive but to thrive on planet earth. Then once we have this set in place as to a comfortable lifestyle, we should move out into our own community of like minded tribes to build and to co-create in synergy. For some this means assisting others such as ourselves in human form to survive and we become caregivers Some of us become better at some things more than other and we obtain life skills such as caring for other humans and we become medically available to perform life threatening healing.

We become healers. Some of us become knowing how to educate ourselves and others and we teach that which we have learned about surviving on earth and spreading the life skills for survival on this planet. Others learn skills for sharing how to save lives and rescue while others serve in hospitality and service industries we have created in our corporations of the many humanoids sharing life together for the good of the whole. So, where does your mind go when you are alone? Do you choose to create a future for yourself that involves growth and expansion into the community of which you now exist? Or do you like me take the mind into places that involves other worlds and other humans who exist elsewhere in space?

Shall we work together towards a better place for us to exist inside our own heads? Our minds are what we call where we think and drive the controls of our own physical body. It appears to me we should appease our own existence to become more than we are at all times. What do you think? The psychology, epistemology may be Gestalt Therapy. Maybe we can learn to better serve each other by sharing inside the cyberspace we have created called the Internet. Afterall, are we not all simply thoughts as energy in action?

Bibliography
Bradley, P. (2011). This Strange Eventful History: A Philosophy of Meaning. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Health and Social Care Act 2012. (n.d.). Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from UK Parliament Website: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2012/7/contents/enacted
Higgins, G. (1833). Anacalypsis: An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil of the Saitic Isis: Or an Inquiry into the Origin of Languages, Nations and Religions. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Istvan, Z. (n.d.). Pandeism: An Anthology. (K. Mapson, Ed.) John Hunt Publishing. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Johnston, S. F. (2009). The History of Science: A Beginner’s Guide p. 90. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Lataster, R. (2013). There was no Jesus, there is no God: A Scholarly Examination of the Scientific, Historical, and Philosophical Evidence & Arguments for Monotheism. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Morris, T. J. (2014). Knowing Cosmology: Ascension Age. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Sichera, A., Robine, J.-M., & Selz, A. (2002). Toward a Hermeneutic Epistemology of Gestalt Therapy. Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from http://cairn-int.info/revue-cahiers-de-gestalt-therapie-2002-1-p-226.htm
T, E., J, B., Golla, R, P., & S, S. (2011). Social Media and the Health System. The Permanente Journal, 15(1), 71-74. Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc3140753

References
Bradley, P. (2011). This Strange Eventful History: A Philosophy of Meaning. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Health and Social Care Act 2012. (n.d.). Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from UK Parliament Website: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2012/7/contents/enacted
Higgins, G. (1833). Anacalypsis: An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil of the Saitic Isis: Or an Inquiry into the Origin of Languages, Nations and Religions. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Istvan, Z. (n.d.). Pandeism: An Anthology. (K. Mapson, Ed.) John Hunt Publishing. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Johnston, S. F. (2009). The History of Science: A Beginner’s Guide p. 90. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Lataster, R. (2013). There was no Jesus, there is no God: A Scholarly Examination of the Scientific, Historical, and Philosophical Evidence & Arguments for Monotheism. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Morris, T. J. (2014). Knowing Cosmology: Ascension Age. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Sichera, A., Robine, J.-M., & Selz, A. (2002). Toward a Hermeneutic Epistemology of Gestalt Therapy. Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from http://cairn-int.info/revue-cahiers-de-gestalt-therapie-2002-1-p-226.htm
T, E., J, B., Golla, R, P., & S, S. (2011). Social Media and the Health System. The Permanente Journal, 15(1), 71-74. Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc3140753

Works Cited
(Istvan)
Pandeism
(Lataster, 2013) (Higgins, 1833) (Johnston, 2009) (Bradley, 2011) (Morris, 2014)
Bradley, P. (2011). This Strange Eventful History: A Philosophy of Meaning. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Health and Social Care Act 2012. (n.d.). Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from UK Parliament Website: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2012/7/contents/enacted
Higgins, G. (1833). Anacalypsis: An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil of the Saitic Isis: Or an Inquiry into the Origin of Languages, Nations and Religions. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Istvan, Z. (n.d.). Pandeism: An Anthology. (K. Mapson, Ed.) John Hunt Publishing. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Johnston, S. F. (2009). The History of Science: A Beginner’s Guide p. 90. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Lataster, R. (2013). There was no Jesus, there is no God: A Scholarly Examination of the Scientific, Historical, and Philosophical Evidence & Arguments for Monotheism. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Morris, T. J. (2014). Knowing Cosmology: Ascension Age. Retrieved 7 9, 2018
Sichera, A., Robine, J.-M., & Selz, A. (2002). Toward a Hermeneutic Epistemology of Gestalt Therapy. Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from http://cairn-int.info/revue-cahiers-de-gestalt-therapie-2002-1-p-226.htm
T, E., J, B., Golla, R, P., & S, S. (2011). Social Media and the Health System. The Permanente Journal, 15(1), 71-74. Retrieved 7 9, 2018, from https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc3140753

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