Now this man knows his stuff. He says in the "Preface": "More recently, the psychoanalytic doctrine has taken the lead and all but crowded out its erstwhile rivals. It established its hegemony in universities and philanthropic foundations and gained unquestioned prominence (right there, not good) in the province of psychotherapy. The doctrine appears to be in firm control (by the illuminati? no kidding) in the official psychiatric organizations, in the mental hygiene activities of the national government (obviously), in the veterans administration, presumably also in the hospitals of the armed forces. Official psychotherapy, in the United States today, is essentially psychoanalysis.
The author rejects the psychoanalytic doctrine both as philosophy and therapeutic technique. In point of philosophy, he cannot share the view that human conduct is the result of unconscious drives, sexual or otherwise. To his way of thinking, adult life is not driven by instincts but guided by Will."
In other words, you don't let your false personality take over and drive you around. You, the master, takes over and guides the entire structure that you are responsible for, by Will. By thoughtful Will. It takes thought. One must look at something, and then find the best solution for that aspect, and then gently guide the structure into where it is best benefitted, all the while observing carefully the process, making changes along the way while guiding. Like Tsarion says, it's a curvy path.
So anyway. The point here is, there is a need for awareness, consciousness. One can't be asleep on the job, such as this man from "Ramtha, The White Book." Ramtha starts by saying, "To experience those planes, they have to see God in all things and be as God is," which means take up your cross, you've been given an inheritance, take your responsibility and start doing what is required of you to earn your inheritance. Otherwise, you'll just pilfer it away. And that isn't character building. So, the illuminati are willfully pilfering their inheritance away. But you don't have to follow in their footsteps. You can firm up your chin and face the day the way you were meant to. With eyes open, ears open, and a ready gait.
But this guy that Ramtha tells us about in this specific story, is asleep, so that you could say his conduct is the result of unconscious drives...he wants to see God, but he has a false view of God, so he fears God, so he wants to shut out the terror which it causes in him to have, but all because of a false view which is utterly useless. Would he to remove that one view, it would no longer be an obstacle to him, and then he could see clearly that God is in him and all he has to do is allow himself to breath, to be, and he would be able to begin putting that whole persepective of himself to good use, and everything would make sense to him...but in this way that he is behaving... Look at it yourself:
"To experience those planes, they have to see God in all things and be as God is. Though they have humbly expressed love, they have yet to understand their oneness with God and all life.
After a short time upon the plane of paradise, this master began to ponder whether there was something more, and he called for help. And there is always help. Behold, there appeared before him a most wondrous entity, silken in light and arrayed in garments that are brilliant to the eye. And he said to the entity, "O master, I am troubled. In this paradise I have everything, I have the fishes from the sea that I always dreamed about catching and never did. I have the home I always dreamed about having and never did. And I have flowers that do not even need a gardener. A most wondrous place. And look at my garments. I never had clothes like this before, but I have them now. Yet I am still troubled. Though I have many friends here, the woman I love is not with me. And that is not all that troubles me. Where is God? I see all these wondrous things. I have all these wondrous things. But where is God?"
The wise entity says unto him, "Blessed be you who have reveled in all things that are and yet question whether there is perhaps something more, who questions where the Father is who has adorned you so well."
"Well, that is what I am mostly troubled about. I would like to thank God for giving me all of these wonderful things. Although I've always been a little afraid of God, I would like to pay homage to him, if that's acceptable."
The entity says, "Master, come with me. There is a place I wish to take you to."
In but a blink of the eye, they are at a pond, yet they have traveled nowhere. The wise entity says, "Master, do sit yourself beside me and look into the water."
The man looks into the water, and what does he see? He sees before him his last expression upon this plane: from the time he was a babe suckling upon his mother's breast, to the changing of his sweet bottom, to youth and skinned knees and lost marbles, to young manhood and seducing some unwilling participant, to manhood, marriage, and love forever, to children and opportunities, labors and friends and finances.
He is amazed, for he is seeing himself as he has never seen himself before. He had been a good man in that life, who believed that God existed. He had been a powerful man, and yet he never enslaved anyone with his power. And he had loved his wife and children earnestly and didn't mind telling a few about that either. So he had made himself known in that life by teaching and mastering and loving and becoming humble and pure in Spirit.
As his life is revealed in the pond and he contemplates what he sees, the man looks at the entity and he says, "I have done well."
The entity says, "You have done well. You have done very well indeed, save for this: You never sought to know who your Father is, and you always separated him from yourself and all life.
"Your wife, let us look at her. The greatest part of your love for your wife was giving her the things that she adored so much. And in that regard you have done quite well, save for this: You never loved yourself enough to allow her to love you in spite of all the things you gave her. You never really appreciated how grand you truly are, the giver of all those things.
"So to ease your troubles, let me suggest this to you: Go back. It is there that you have expressed, and it is there that you have gained. And this time, you will have for yourself the mastery of loving yourself, expressing the love within your being, and seeing God in the beauty of all things.
"If you decide to return, let me suggest that you choose carefully who you shall be, so the role that is laid out before you will give you the opportunity to become who you are and to understand what you have yet to understand.
"I will leave you alone for a while. Ponder these things. You may take all the time you need. And if you decide to return, let me know and I will show you how best to proceed."
The man is sitting there, a little weary, and he ponders. He has everything that he never had before; if he goes back, he loses it. Yet he is troubled, for he is desirous to find this God who has blessed him with paradise. So he calls for the entity and says unto him, "Entity, I am desirous to see God. But I'm not sure how I am supposed to do this."
The entity says, "All you need do, master, is decide when you would like to present yourself known. Any time period, any place would be appropriate, because what you are going to set into motion by your desires will provide the experiences you are needing, regardless of when or where you choose. But if you have a particular desire to be a part of your family again, I would suggest to you -- and it is only a suggestion -- that you stay with them, for with them you have accomplished the most learning to this point."
The man ponders this for a moment and then he says, "O entity, I have one further question to ask you: How will I know this God when I see him?" The entity replies to him, "When you know yourself, you will know him."
This lightens the man's heart greatly. For the first time in his existence he can relate to a God that is perhaps the same as he. So he says to the entity, "I am desirous to go back and to see God. And I wish to be part of my family again."
The entity says to him, "Look into the pool. What do you see?" The man looks into the pool and, behold, the young son that he left is now a young man who has escorted and wooed some lovely enchantress. They have become enamored with one another, and the copulation processes have already begun.
The entity says, "There is a good chance, master, that there is a way provided for you to return through the offspring of your son."
"Through my son? I am going to be my son's son? I, the father, am going to be my son's son and he my father?"
"Of course. When you lived once before, he was your father and you were his son. So, you see, we are only repeating this once again."
So you see, it will be repeated over and over until they clean up their thinking and get that feeling of who they really are, and get on with the show.
The man ponders this and he looks at this entity and says, "But I love my wife. How am I going to be my wife's grandson?"
"From the time you are a small boy, you will adore your grandmother. By the time you are a man, she will have passed from the plane. Thus what has helped you to speak the love that is in your heart will have done its bidding; then it will be time to bring in new issues of seeing God in its beauty."
The man ponders this and he says, "Entity, who has helped me so much, when all has been made ready, I wish to become the child of my son."
The entity says to him, "The seed comes soon. When you see it, make yourself a part of your son's light."
"How do I do this?" And he looks around and, behold, to his amazement, the entity is gone. Instead he is looking at his son, for he has become a part of his son's light. Though his son knows not that he is there, feelings of his father have come more to mind recently. "If only my father could see me now," thinks his son. But of course his father does.
There comes a point when the child is within the womb. The man is going to be a part of the designing of this child through his thoughts and according to what he wishes his life to be. He may choose to take possession of the body upon conception or he may wait even till a year after birth to become the child.
The man is most anxious, for he is finding things most familiar to him. So he chooses quickly to become the child. Thus he thrusts forth himself and, in the twinkling of an eye, he has forgotten who he is. And the first thing he knows is the coughing in his throat and someone wiping his eyes and wrapping him in things that are ever so small."
"Adult life is not driven by instincts but guided by Will. In emphasizing the priority of Will over Drives he is merely echoing the principles and teachings of the late Professor Emil Kraepelin, founder of modern psychiatry, and those of the late Professor Wilhelm Wundt, father of modern psychology. Quite proudly he (the author) claims also to echo the voice of common experience and common sense. (Hahahaha. For sure.) Whatever may be meant by drives, be they instinctual cravings -the favorite psychoanalytic term- or emotional trends, desires, wishes, yearnings and leaning, they all eventuate in impulses, acting or ready for action." (And that my dear, is in the Will to decision, as to where it will be guided).
And exercising the whole rest of the planes, to action!
This man here, is an example of someone expressing their God self. They aren't afraid to show what's deep inside, outside. They finetuned to within, and the beauty just keeps shining out. It's not about judgement. It's about finding yourself.
I wouldn't say this is for everyone. It's just an example of cutting loose from everyone, getting away from the blob, the collective, and concentrating on your individuality, in all the right places, and in all the right ways. You know! When everything just clicks.
Some nice dance music to get you in the zone...