Category: William LePar - The Council Written by William LePar
This a continuation of the previous posting by William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council, concerning the different levels of the mind and how they interact.
The Council: Very well. Then at the end of the day when it is time to process the day's experiences during the sleep time, what would transpire then is all that has been accumulated through the conscious activity in the Subjective conscious level or the
Subjective Mind is then processed during the sleep time or what you refer to as the dream cycles. This is the processing of the day's events and they are put in their proper place in the subconscious area. The experiences of the day are processed during the sleep time. You see, the physical body itself does not need sleep. It is the conscious levels that need the quiet time to process the experiences of the day, but the physical body itself does not need sleep. It functions whether you are awake or asleep. Now, it is true it can become physically tired but it recoups its energy with proper food and moments of rest or times of rest.
The tiredness comes from the strain of the actual physical body, the tissue, the muscle, what have you, but that is revitalized by simply sitting down quietly and becoming inactive. Sleep is necessary, the dream time is absolutely necessary to process the day's events. What has happened during the day then is placed in its proper place in the Subconscious Mind. It is then fed back to the Subjective Mind in a new condition that is acceptable to the overall attitude and experiences of the entity. In other words, the attitudes, the affections, of that particular entity that are already established in the Subjective Mind will have a new segment added to it according to the previous day's experiences, so during this dream time or sleep time the Subjective Mind can be given a new response to a situation.
With each activity, even though you have experienced it before the response to that activity is drawn from the Subconscious Mind, but as that activity is completed, then during that night's dream time the additional or the new activity, even though it has been experienced again, is processed into the Subconscious Mind, the Subconscious Mind then feeds the new version to the Subjective Mind, and those experiences then are all blended together. Now, we are talking of one like experience. Do you understand?
Q: Yes, I believe so.
C: They are all blended together to merge into one response to a similar situation that may come up in the future. As an example, a very simple example, every time you meet a new person, we will divide that into two types, every time you meet a new male and every time you meet a new female. Each of you respond to the original introduction to that male and that female differently. How you respond to that male and that female today will be different tomorrow when you respond to the introduction to a new person, because each time you meet someone that is a new experience that may add a color or a flavor to your present response that lies in the Subjective Mind that the Conscious Mind takes from. Do you understand?
Q: I think so.
C: It is very simple. All you have to do is think about it.
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