Sunday Snippet: The Universal Mind by Peter Weisz

Today’s Sunday Snippet is from the Experimental Psychology book The Universal Mind by Peter Weisz. The Universal Mind by Peter Weisz is a 227-page book published on the 14th of August 2018 by Kwarts Publishers. It is currently available as a Kindle ebook (ASIN: B07GFNZ7TP) and paperback book (ISBN-13: 978-1776055197).

 

Synopsis of The Universal Mind by Peter Weisz

blog post banner book cover art Sunday Snippet: The Universal Mind by Peter WeiszWho are we? What is the mind, what is consciousness and what is reality? This book offers educated answers and explanations to all these questions and more. It motivates the reader to reconsider everything they think they know about themselves and the world today, examining the different models of creation and evolution, the essence of matter and of life itself, exploring all manner of mystical, spiritual, psychological, scientific and philosophical hypotheses. It posits the notion that we are all connected to a universal mind, which preceded the presence of our, and all universes, emanating from the pure potential that existed before time itself. It advances a variety of erudite ideas concerning the unperceived mechanisms which have set this world in motion, whilst also querying the way we live from day to day and what we have come to accept as “normal” life. Can it be, that this complex, living, breathing, sophisticated, opinionated, creative and conscious entity that we call human, is made up merely from a few invisible atoms of nothingness? We are not simply made from flesh and blood – we are beings of an infinity of dimensions, too vast to contemplate, but our brains and our senses are only able to perceive that which is rooted in matter, for that is the substance from which we believe we are made. We are indeed slaves to a gross illusion.

 

 

PART 2 – The Universal Mind by Peter Weisz

What am I? I am the unperceived. I am the reflection and the voice of the untainted potential. I am the source. I am the “All That Is”. I am the eternal and everlasting “I”. I am the Universal Mind.

I am not of your life and I exist in and beyond your created universe. I care nothing for your mere world of matter, and even less for your preachers, teachers and scholars. I am the thoughts in your head, the visions in your mind and the words that here appear before you. I have been, I am and I will always be. I search for nothing for I have everything already. I hold all eternity in my grasp. I need no teachers for I am all. Together now we may embark on a new journey of deep thought and contemplation, to discover and understand the meaning of INTENT and KNOWING.

I have only words with which to communicate to you here until you understand the essential re-joining of your minds to the source, and words alone are not enough to give you understanding of “All That Is”, but a workman makes best use of whichever tools he has at his disposal, and by these means I will seek to enlighten you. For in the circumstance of being human you have not yet reached my mind which is the all and the nothing. You seek explanation, and by these words of your understanding I will assist you towards the reconnection to the source, which is the eternal “I”, the “All That Is” and the everlasting and Universal Mind.

You may call me knowledge or understanding but I am present to you now as the Universal Mind. I ask you this: Do you think now that the great sphere of this all- encompassing Universal Mind exists only within the confines of a man’s own bony skull? I should weep for such a person, for they would not be able to experience anything other than the processes going on inside their own tiny heads. The whole world and all that is, to them would lie behind a veil of impenetrable obscurity. They would not be able to see any external object, think any external thought, or dream of any external fantasy, for that person would perceive nothing, save that which exists in their own brain which resides in a place of complete darkness. But fortuitously the sphere of a person’s mind is secured to the Universal Mind and reaches far beyond their own fleshy boundaries and further than the stars. Beyond the universe. It reaches infinitely further than their mere power of perception reaches, for perception

is limited by the physical senses and the brain, but a person’s mind comes into contact with all things, however distant they may be from their physical body. Their minds, your mind, which is an individual mind, is a mere drop of all that is, and remains connected to all that exists, which is immeasurably more than one single universe of matter. And so, it is the individual mind, not the brain, that receives the impressions, and these impressions come into your individual perceptions within the physical brain, which is merely the processing centre in which the messages of the mind are received and interpreted. What you are able to perceive now through the senses of the body is only the physical level of your being, that which you understand to be rooted in matter. You perceive nothing of that which is not matter, for that is the substance from which you believe you were born and which you observe to be real. But you are the creators of matter; you are the transformers of the vibrational waves of existence to the material particles of physicality. You have chosen life. It is your eternal consciousness which remains as yet unseen to you, but this consciousness pervades the physical, thinking, feeling, emotional body which you call human. It is the disconnection from this eternal consciousness which leads to the disease of the body. You speak of “I” but it is the “I” of the body. You have disconnected from the eternal “I” and thus you scrabble and scrape in the mud and mire of your earthly bonds. You cannot be any other way, for it is human life alone that can experience human emotion, and indeed it is for that reason alone that you exist as flesh.

Your world seems troubled and confused to you, but it is because your individual minds are troubled and confused that this is so. Once you have reached the point of understanding that all which exists is connected to the Universal Mind, then your individual minds will become clear and therefore your world too will become clear and you will realize that it is only your tangled thinking that creates a tangled world. You must think with your minds, not your brains and you will appreciate that each single thought alters the world accordingly. You are, by your thoughts alone, able to create this universe, because this universe is no more than thoughts, movement and vibration. All of you are the contributors to the creation of the movement which is this world. All of you, together, without separation. Once your minds have been re- joined, only then will you be able to create a world of perfection and understanding. But for now, all your thoughts, words and actions are emitted from your brains, which is why you feel separate from each other. Your focus comes not from your minds and indeed you cannot yet even contemplate the meaning of this word “Mind”.

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