Tia is prepping up the guest speaker, I will be
brief and short okay?
Russ: that's all right
love, it was well
worded your question by the way.
Karra: thank you.
Russ: thank you.
Karra: let us look
at.......we'll save that for next week as it is
quite a long dissertation.
Karra: okay, any
Russ: not really, just
observations as usual. Mostly on what we've
been working on all day long.
(Her mental time-sharing of my mind.)
Russ: the bucket of water.
Russ: as opposed to the
drops of water.
Russ: good analogy that.
Russ: with that, can you
expand a little bit more on that for those who
just got through with Omal's part and now get on
to Karra's part?
Karra: okay. I will try to
be as brief as possible.
Karra: the bucket of water
is us all, you,
me, the host body, Tia, Kiri, our guest speaker,
the technicians, all as individuals play an
intricate part in the consciousness of individuals
as a group and the group consciousness that is the
bucket filled with water. You take out a drop and
it is felt by the bucket even though it is just a
fraction. Individuals play an infinite and
intricate part in the all. The all being
everything, the world you live on, the world I
live on, the universe. The loss of a single object
is felt throughout everything. Everything is
interrelated to everything else. The progression
from beginning to end is an important part that
plays within it and I could go straight into my
dissertation from this point but
we will have to save it for next week.
Russ: all right. What I'll
do is I'll just save this particular part....
Karra: and add it on.
Russ: and add it on
Karra: yes okay.
Russ: now the one thing I
have to question about is the example of Sarah.
Russ: would you consider
that as a drop being taken out of the bucket and
yet now being replaced?
Karra: yes, in the way, in
a way. Sarah is the drop, the
drop that has been taken out and is being
Russ: yeah, many full
Russ: because her effects
have affected many, many people whereas it might
not have before.
Karra: correct. Oh, Wellington
boots. Okay, bye love.
Russ: bye love.