Lawson, It all depends on what is your definition of cosmic consciousness. But having a noisy mind appears to be an indication of an inertia due to having a conditioned mind. What do you think?
--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "sparaig" <LEnglish5@...> wrote: > > Well, "putting" one's mind into silence sounds a bit contrived, to me. > > Someone in CC doesn't necessarily have a quiet mind. In fact, someone in CC > might have a very noisy mind -- conceivably even noisier than before they > "attained" CC -- though the trend should be towards more silence over time, > or such is my understanding. > > L > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, doctordumbass@ <no_reply@> wrote: > > > > David needs to speak for himself. There is not necessarily a "we", in his > > comment. > > > > Thought is the *only* reason Mr. Frawley, and you, John, are able to share > > this piece of spinach with us. The engineers that developed this technology > > of communication, needed to think deeply, and continuously, to put this > > together. > > > > If I may hazard a guess, David F. has just discovered that 90% of his > > thoughts are useless energy and momentum, spent maintaining a story. It is > > a common, though by no means, universal malady. > > > > Once he sees this, perhaps Dave can put his mind into silence, and simply > > recognize the Divine utility of thought - the other 10%. In the meantime, > > his projecting isn't helping. > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "John" <jr_esq@> wrote: > > > > > > "Thought, if we learn to observe it, is a reaction-mechanism devoid of > > > true consciousness. It is the inertia of our conditioning that we fail > > > to truly question." > > > > > > David Frawley > > > > > >