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Welcome!

We are so pleased to welcome you to our message board. We hope you find it a valuable place to meet old friends and discover new ones with whom you can share your experiences and adventures. 

The biggest change is that P'taah suggested we simplify the board and only have one thread. It is also his wish that 
if you say "P'taah said...," that you use his actual words and if possible, mention the book or recording where he said it.
 
You won't have to register, but you do have to give your name -- a screen name is fine. You'll also have to demonstrate that you're human by typing the jumbled letters on the posting page.
 
While Chris is no longer "moderatoring," she will certainly be posting and keeping an eye on things to ensure we aren't again overrun with spam. 
 
We would welcome any Feedback or suggestions. This is your board and we want it to work for each of you.
 
Namaste and much love.

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Schantz on March 21, 2014 at 11:30 PM said:

It seems to me that if we were able to communicate with Ptaah over Skype then we could avoid these very expensive fees you charge to speak with him.

How can the charges be so much if he's positive energy and wanting to help us? Why the whole money thing? And why only through you?

Why did you delete my last comments? Will these questions be answered or will this be deleted too?

Do I have to pay money first to even have a question answered ? Do you not talk to people or answer their questions without getting paid up front?

Can someone please reply to me on this message board? Thank you.
Vestri on March 16, 2014 at 10:25 PM said:

I have read Ptaah's book "An act of faith" and I thought it was great! I have now ordered Ptaah's other book "transformation of the species" and I greatly look forward to reading it when it arrives. I can't wait!

One of Ptaah's comments that is always in the back of my mind lately is "what you are is truly wonderous beloved!".
A truly wonderful statement I think!

Vestri
Patricia on March 14, 2014 at 2:29 AM said:

Hello Everyone,

I just wanted to say that I am making good progress in understanding and knowing. What is knowing?

I read somewhere that we know our name. And when we get up to walk across the room we Know how to walk without thinking "now I must put one foot down and then stretch my leg out..." etc. Right?

So when we know we are Love or we know that the Universe is a safe place....it is like knowing our name, or knowing how to walk. There is no question, no hesitation, no wondering.

Plus, I am not special for getting to a place of (better) knowing or understanding. Nope. I am just like you. And I am just like the You out there who may never read this post - who doesn't seem to care to Know they are powerful gods/goddesses. Who may be a person they consider abhorrent - a rapist, a murderer, a thief, an addict, a prostitute or some such....

There really is no evil. There is but a misperception about the nature of Reality.

And Everyone is Special - there are no Last Places.
Dennis on March 7, 2014 at 1:41 AM said:

Gloria
Thanks for the kind words and thoughts. They did not originate with me but from what I have read and listened to over the years of 'growth in spiritualness'. I remembered all that resonated with me, and also all I had at first resisted (P'Taah interestedly brought up a lot of resistance, which has turned out to be just the 'thing' I needed to assimilate in my being.)
So welcome here and don't be a stranger.
Blessings and Good thoughts
Dennis
Dennis on March 7, 2014 at 1:35 AM said:

Re the post below
Where ? appears it should read 'ff' or just 'f'. An odd script was used which was not recognised by this board.
Cheers Dennis
Dennis on March 7, 2014 at 1:30 AM said:

Chris and others
Hello there my other selves how are we today??
In relation to a previous post/s about Oneness and how hard/impossible it is for us here in physicality as humans to understand I post this post from the author of the 'Conversation With God' books. It is from his blog on the CwG site: (look up Neale's Pages in Google)

(I have omitted the beginning of the post in the interest of brevity and saving space.)

What we don’t understand about God
January 15th, 2014 by neale

'...Right now we are still embracing a Separation Theology. That is, a way of looking at God that insists that we are “over here” and God is “over there.”

The problem with a Separation Theology is that it produces a Separation Cosmology. That is, a way of looking at all of life that says that everything is separate from everything else.

And a Separation Cosmology produces a Separation Psychology. That is, a psychological viewpoint that says that I am over here and you are over there.

And a Separation Psychology produces a Separation Sociology. That is, a way of socializing with each other that encourages the entire human society to act as separate entities serving their own separate interests.

And a Separation Sociology produces a Separation Pathology. That is, pathological behaviors of self-destruction, engaged in individually and collectively, and producing su?ering, con?ict, violence, and death by our own hands—as evidenced everywhere on our planet throughout human history.

Only when our Separation Theology is replaced by a Oneness Theology will our pathology be healed. We have been di?erentiated from God, but not separated from God, even as your ?ngers are di?erentiated but not separated from your hand. We must come to understand that all of life is One. This is the ?rst step. It is the jumping-o? point. It is the beginning of the end of how things now are. It is the start of a new creation, of a new tomorrow. It is the New Cultural Story of Humanity.

Oneness is not a characteristic of life. Life is a characteristic of Oneness. This is what we have not understood about our existence on the Earth, the understanding of which would change everything.

Life is the expression of Oneness Itself. God is the expression of Life Itself. God and Life are One. You are a part of Life. You do not and cannot stand outside of it. Therefore you are a part of God. It is a circle.

It cannot be broken

Me here:-- An interesting way of putting things I think.
These are the words I want to emphasise, although the whole spiel about Separation Theology to Pathology deserves further contemplation:

'We have been di?erentiated from God, but not separated from God, … right thru to -
It cannot be broken'

Hey I guess 'The New Seekers' were right when the sang
' All my life's a circle from morning 'till sundown'.
The day they were singing about could be construed as our life this lifetime or indeed all of our life, which is eternal.

It gives some insight into how to understand Oneness.

What does P'Taah reveal about this aspect of our existence? ( He needs to be acknowledged as the one who got me thinking about the ocean etc and I an sure he has mentioned it somewhere).

I am sure that there are a few other analogies we can all share about oneness e.g. a grain of sand on the beach compared to all the sand on that particular beach, to all the beaches in one area, to all the beaches in one state, to all the beaches in one country...

Could those in the know here please share their knowledge.

Thanks in anticipation and peace to all

Dennis
Vestri on March 6, 2014 at 7:45 PM said:

Hi Chris and Dennis,

Sorry, I just now noticed both your replies to me!

Thanks a lot for all that advice! I will take it all into consideration.

btw, has anyone had an experience in a private session with Ptaah where they found out first hand that he can indeed read minds? I think that would be a really cool thing to happen! :)

Thanks Vestri
Vestri on March 6, 2014 at 7:34 PM said:

Hi Patricia,

Thanks a lot for that advice and also thanks a lot for sharing your experience with Ptaah with me!

I think the best thing to do before I have a private session with Ptaah is to write down a list of the most important questions I would like to ask him. That way I won't forget anything.

I hope the great all knowing Ptaah won't get bored when he reads my mind because I am not that bright and I also have many trivial problems that I think most people would find boring.

I look forward to having a private session with the great all knowing Ptaah and bathing in his unconditional love! :)

Thanks Vestri
Patricia Mason on March 6, 2014 at 6:47 AM said:

Dear Vestri

I wanted to let you know that the session you have with Ptaah will be the most amazing thing you ever experience. Ptaah is a being of absolute UNCONDITIONAL Love. This is something none of us experience on this plane of reality.

Yes, Ptaah knows your heart. However, it is important for You that you state a question or a yearning, no matter how small. Sometimes the smallest things are really most important to our well-being and relationships with others. So I would not hesitate to ask whatever you want.

I found that I was holding a lot of guilt, so my first in person session with Ptaah (in 2004 or 2005) was about what i had "done wrong" - - and it was such a relief to learn that I was not responsible for anothers dilemma : )

So go for it. Yes, it is scary as anything new and untried is. It is only now after many years of reading and enjoying conversations with Ptaah that I am not so afraid.

the fear is for me appearing to be "stupid" or "unspiritual" or some such notion. related to my experience with past Church members I think.

You will be amazed that nothing like this takes place.

Lots of love to you

Patricia
Gloria on March 5, 2014 at 10:16 AM said:

Hi, please if you can give Jani and P'taah a huge hug for me and tell them thank you for all that you do! I just love this message board and the voices therein. Dennis, you have a very light heart filled with glittery stars and I love your poem and the tree and ocean analogies. Love your comments as well Chris and thank you both for sharing...when I read your words you are literally with me, can you imagine all the knowledge and thoughts in just one bucket of ocean water....pray (believe) for healing for our oceans and everybody therein! Much love to you and yours and be sure to thank your body for all that it does for you every minute of every minute of every minute... :)
Gloria
Dennis on March 5, 2014 at 3:00 AM said:

Vestri

I agree with Chris. Go for it.

I found P'Taah very understanding and helpful. It was a real adventure. Yes, I was nervous and it came across in the recording, but P'taah gets where you are and even if you ask the 'wrong'(there is really no wrong, but you get what I mean)question, he will answer what is in your heart, which can be a rather intimidating, but oh so enlightening.

Welcome to the community.

Cheers Dennis
Chris Fine on March 4, 2014 at 7:39 AM said:

Hi Vestri -

I've had many conversations and sessions with P'taah, and I wouldn't worry about what to ask him, or how to be with him, or any of this. With my very first session with him, I made a list during the week beforehand of the questions I wanted to cover - most of them personal, some of them of a more "cosmic" nature - and it is a wonderful experience. I was a bit nervous, if I recall, but after a while that settled down. Just be guided by the love within you, and you will probably enjoy the process quite a bit. I always come away from a session with P'taah, knowing that I have spoken to a wise and eternal angel, with lots of humor and lots of light.

Have fun with it! Much love, Chris
Vestri on March 2, 2014 at 3:07 AM said:

I have read P'taahs book "An Act of Faith" and thought it was excellent and very enlightening! I thoroughly enjoyed it. I now want to have a private session with P'taah. But before I do can I just ask anyone here who has had one with him to please let me know what it was like? I'm not really sure what the best personal questions are to ask. I would like to ask P'taah for some help, guidance and advice with some of my mundane day to day problems. I would also like some more spiritual enlightenment too. I also heard P'taah can read minds, is this really true? I'm a little scared if he can because I fear he will be quickly bored if he reads mine! :)
Chris Fine on February 18, 2014 at 8:46 AM said:

Beautifully written Dennis - I take with me the oneness you expressed and the joinging and sharing of us all. Thank you so much!

And yes, let the good times roll! ;~D

Lots of love, Chris
Dennis on February 18, 2014 at 8:26 AM said:

Chris
Hi there

tree analogy is from Psalm 1 (not 2).I quote the relevant verse/s:


'1 Oh, the joys of those who do not

follow the advice of the wicked,

or stand around with sinners,

or join in with mockers.

2 But they delight in the law of the Lord,

meditating on it day and night.

3 They are like trees planted along the riverbank,

bearing fruit each season.

Their leaves never wither,

and they prosper in all they do.'

Perhaps the analogy with the ocean is simplier. There is the ocean, now one can take to the waters whatever size container s/he likes - a thimble, a bucket, a skip, or a mega - container and fill each up with the sea water, and then go away to their separate ways, which could be countries apart. The water in the containers -no matter what size, shape or place is still part of the ocean in essence, in actual being. It varies only in proportion and quantity, but it is still the ocean in constitution and essence.
Likewise us as humanity. We each have been given/have different containers (our bodies) and we live all over this fair earth, but the spirit, the essence, the life principle and God power within the body,which is our true self, is of the one Essence which is ALL That Is.

We are of One body (humanity). I picture this as somewhat akin to being cells in a body. Each cell is an entity to itself,is essential to each other, part of a body or organ and all together part an essential part of something much greater.

So humanity is One and we could see ourselves (humanity I mean) as an organ, a tissue, a molecule or a cell of that f\greater something we will become conscious of sometime, somewhere, sometime.
Right onward, upward, forward, Godward (?)
Let the good times roll
Love Dennis

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