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Full Transcript: 2010-07-11 – Relevancy of Current Events

July 11, 2010
Troy Tolley, Channel

Relevancy of Current Events

[MEntity] Hello to each of you. We are here.

We will first speak to the topic of “current events” as they may be relevant to fragments who are not directly involved, often only aware of such events through public media. Some media/current events stand out strongly to you, and some are missed completely, while others may come to your attention that generate no strong sense at all beyond a prompt for consideration.

Do concurrents assimilate?

[Excerpt from TT: 2009-12-13]

[Question] Good afternoon Michael; Yesterday evening we were discussing the “close but no cigar” meetings between concurrents. I would like you to elaborate on what occurs when one of your concurrents dies…does the Essence’s other concurrents “pick up” where that one interests, queries, lessons etc “leave off” this lifetime,in other words sort of an assimilation?

Three Tiers of Chief Features

[Excerpt from TT: 2005-06-09]

[Annsge] I would like to know about the secondary chief feature. I’ve heard that it affects the mode and/or it affects relationships. Is there anything in particular that is helpful in working with the 2nd CF? How does it affect relationships–and/or does it affect relationships more than the Primary CF?

[M Entity] We have spoken of the Secondary Chief Feature as affecting the Attitude and the Mode, depending on the context of the questioning. When we spoke of the Attitude being affected, there was less understanding as to how the Mode worked. The Mode is not one of the more understood Overleaves.

Full Transcript: 2002-03-21 – Chief Features Part One

March 21, 2002
Troy Tolley, Channel

Chief Features Part One

[M_Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here. We understand the Topic to be that of what we refer to as the Chief Features. We will discuss, then, the nature of each Chief Feature, their paths of development, how they show up, and how each might be remedied or dismantled.

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