A little bit about this little self called Patrick

Dear fellow seekers, sisters and brothers.

Here I would like to share a little bit about my little self. This version of you that is currently called Patrick. :slight_smile:

What started my spiritual journey, back in early 2011, was this book:

The Grand Design (2010) by Stephen Hawking Ph.D, CH, CBE, FRS, FRSA.

It’s quite readable even for a layman.

In his book our eminent other self is trying to show us that God is not needed to explain the multiverse or our existence. What is demonstrated is that Infinity alone is needed for this, which of course seems evident for readers of the Law of One. It should be understood then that the image of God that the author has is the thunderous immortal old man sitting atop his mountain. :slight_smile: For most of us here God is indeed Infinity itself.

Having been raised in the Catholic faith, I had the old man God image too at first. But growing up, I only kept the God is Love portion of this teaching. Weighting everything I read in the Bible by this idea that God is Love and keeping only the parts of the teachings that fit this idea.

I am a very scientific person and this book was the perfect diving platform for me. Instead of convincing me that a Creator was not needed to explain everything, it opened my eyes to the fact that the Infinity itself had to be the Creator whether this Infinite Creator was conscious of the creation or not.

Then I started reading about an experiment being conducted within hospitals in England where they put messages on top of high shelves and other places in operating rooms, where one cannot normally reach to read. They want to know if those coming back from Near-Death Experiences, during surgery, will be able to give information about those messages. This would provide evidence that consciousness can exist outside of the body. As far as I know, no results have been published yet.

This experiment gave me the desire to know more about NDEs and so I started reading lots of them and was fascinated. While reading those accounts, I started seeing a pattern that was not really part of the stories related. It was a pattern of my own beliefs, scientific and spiritual, up to that point, starting to suddenly coagulate together and make sense.

This marks the turning point in space/time where I quickly started awakening to spirituality. I was not reading on these subjects out of simple interest anymore. I was reading to gather information. My Faith that physicality is not the only reality was now solidifying itself and there was no doubt left in myself about it.

I found myself looking into conspiracies and I am still a member on multiple conspiracy related forums. Then on ATS, I started reading the Hidden_Hand material. This material helped me bridge the gap in between conspiracies and the spiritual nature of our reality. Since, the material refers to the Ra material, I then started reading the Law of One.

For me, as is the case for many, reading the Law of One was like remembering instead of learning. It tied everything together and forever changed this little Self living out this current incarnation as Patrick.

This tidbit from Q’uo was another defining moment for me. Applying this to my life has made everything much simpler and is helping me to remain in joy as much as possible. I sincerely believe this is the best way I can be of service to others and is the best way I can help change the world, by remaining joyful while I interact with others. It brings me a non-judgmental attitude and it colors all my actions/interactions.

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Hi Patrick. Thank you so much, that was a fascinating story. I didn’t know you were into NDE reports. I had a period where I scoured the internet for them. I preferred to hear the stories from the person speaking. The emotion their voices carried was profound and felt so authentic that it expanded my faith. Some of my favourites:

Peter Panagore
Robin Landsong
Howard Storm - Scott Mendalker did a Ra analysis on it here

Great to read that Q’uo excerpt once again and having a non-judgemental attitude is exactly how I would describe you. :slight_smile: Of course, you are most welcome.

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Is there somewhere a history of versions that can be found? :rofl:

This version is an really interesting one - keep ongoing …

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Sure, just take a look around and you’ll glimpse some of the index. :wink:

The idea of thinking the own development as version is not bad, but i would prefer to see milestones instead in a rolling release.

Hey buddy, good to see you here :grinning:

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