From learning the Desteni material, I know that the mind is made of personas. So could we say that thought is equally another names for persona, if not, how to identify them?Hi Frank,
I suggest reading this article, which explores self-intimacy, written in 2007 by Sunette: https://desteni.org/desteni-material/bl ... f-intimacy.
For me self-intimacy relates to your ability to 'sense' yourself without any distortions from the mind. This you develop through consistent writing and self-forgiveness, where you become able to look at yourself and feel yourself without self-deception. When you realise that every thought is in itself self-deception, you realise that you cannot use 'thinking' to work with yourself and your mind. You have to look 'in breath' - without any idea's and memories - you simply breathe and look: what comes up insde you will be the information that you need to work with.
Self-intimacy thus is a skill that you develop through the process of working with yourself and your mind. In terms of 'how', it comes through the daily practice of breathing, writing out self in self-honesty, forgiving your thoughts, forgiving your past, walk the courses that we offer such as DIP Lite and DIP PRO - they will also help you with providing structure and tools to slow down your mind and develop your 'seeing' (seeing into yourself) ability.
I've heard that reincarnation was stopped, but I heard from my chat group that there's still spiritual hierarchy people reincarnated into 3D to experience the consequences. So how does reincarnation really work at the moment? And there's also a paradox: If you already transcend something this life, you reincarnate, does that mean you need to transcend the whole system over again?
Off hand (and hopefully not too bluntly), I'd say to let go of any ideas of connecting with yourself. Look in the mirror, listen to and watch your thoughts, words and deeds - for that is who you are here and now = no need to connect with anything in order to do whatever it is you want to do and be who/however you care to be. That being said, if you don't like or are not satisfied with yourself, you are able to change yourself, and this is where self-intimacy (learning how to look into and really see who/how you are, as well as your potential for being) is very useful.
Yea, I spent a long time looking for myself, because I knew that there was this awesome being (the lost me) waiting to be found. Until I finally realized (through self-intimacy, lots of writing) that (in short) instead of trying to find something that doesn't yet exist (an idea of the best me), I could just create or recreate myself to my ideal specifications.
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