Meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli I and explore the interviews. THESE EXCHANGES ARE NON-FICTION. Exchanges occur between therapist and Zetas by using a deeply-induced client, Steve Reichmuth, as the telepathic conduit. Aliens Answer and Aliens Answer II are available at www.amazon.com.
Today's blog examines where consciousness begins in the physical world. More specifically, when does one become self-aware? It looks at mankind's desire to find his image repeated in the Universe. We wish to see ourselves reflected in life elsewhere. The Zetas note that these exchanges have matured beyond the teacher/student phase to a more comfortable friendly exchange between friends.
Therapist: At what point does a particle achieve consciousness in the physical world? The slot test indicates that particles can make choices concerning what slot to enter. I assume that these particles have an awareness of themselves and their environment to be able to make such decisions. Is that the case?
Zetas: In a physical sense, not a spiritual sense, as you qualified your question, the forces of nature can be misinterpreted as having consciousness. It reaches some level where energy will follow the physics in a predicted pattern. Sometimes this can be misinterpreted as consciousness. At a certain level, certain physical connections will be made. Molecules form into life at a primitive level and ultimately can join, in a fashion, to create very primitive involuntary instinctive actions. At another level, it will increase to create consciousness with instinctual actions. This, in time, will form a consciousness that can contemplate its own self. It becomes self-aware.
Therapist: Yes. That is the concept I was looking for. When does ‘self-awareness’ occur?
Zetas: It occurs in a very advanced, later state. It becomes one where self-awareness will begin to ask questions and form intellectual concepts, thoughts. It is very primitive, but a process of rational reasoning begins. It could be for very simple notions that might seem instinctual. First there would be very basic ones of survival and rationalizing how one could improve its ability to survive. In time, this will be expanded to where excess capacity is available for more abstract concepts about its environment, including the planets, the stars, and the sky. With its understanding of its relationship to those things, the thinking process begins to accelerate. It often begins to expand exponentially at this stage to form an intellect.
Therapist: Does self-awareness occur with animals? Does it occur earlier than that? At what point in earth life forms, could we say a life form becomes self-aware? What would be an example of an early self-aware life form?
Zetas: Upon reaching a certain size brain capacity, primates, dolphins, whales, dogs, and cats, have self-awareness. In some cases, the inability to conceptualize or create advanced technology or have ideas of existence beyond themselves does not exist. A primate cannot conceive of an automobile, nor does it need to. This is an example. We enjoy and exist in many inter-dimensional planes. Human intellectual capacity would find this difficult to grasp. We use quantum concepts for mental connections, telepathically, without limits to distance. This is one example. The primates might be a good example of the beginning of such self-awareness in determining its place in a larger universe and its relationship to it. It is the ability to compare and engage itself in the Universe. This is the first step to the stars.
Therapist: We often use the ‘reflection in the water’ test -- when a being first sees himself in the water and discovers the reflection is of himself.
Zetas: This is a good example. In a simple context, in looking at themselves in the water and realizing it is they, the fear goes away, and the mind takes over and permits curiosity to prevail. We have noticed in the human a great desire to make contact with many species beyond your world. They wish to understand. It is not so much the desire to meet other species from other worlds as much as the great desire to look again in a mirror to compare themselves to other species to help understand who they are. Often, the desire to make contact is merely wishing to hold a mirror to compare. It creates great evolutionary incentive. It accelerates evolutionary growth.
Therapist: Is there anything you wish to add before I bring this session to a close or anything your compatriots wish to comment upon?
Zetas: We are discussing very complex issues at a depth that is unprecedented. I imagine our first conversations. We have achieved a maturity and depth that is meaningful, and I am impressed with our communications that we have conducted between us over time. My colleagues who are present with me agree. In a sense, we are learning as much about you, as well. We enjoy this. We have entered into a mature relationship. It is now one that is less a curiosity, but one that is more meaningful and mature in our framed conversations. We are pleased with this, as I am sensing you are also. That is about all I have to say today.
Mary Barr, B.A., CCHT, CBT, CLC
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Your questions are invited.