CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT
My Lesson today reads,
"For how can you remember what was never true,
or not remember what has always been?"
In order TO answer this, you must first know what was never true. And you must first know what has always been.
This reminds me what people often say when they are searching for something or someone: I’ve looked everywhere only to find that what I was looking for was right in front of me.
This you wrote is just a comment about the message sent to you. You did not answer the questions. The questions are, "... how can you remember what was never true, or not remember what has always been?"
Here are my answers. At the moment, I perceive the questions literally, yet I sense that there is a deeper meaning in these questions.
1) How can I remember what was never true?
When I learn, I trust the source of knowledge and therefore assume that the information that I am taking in is true. For example: I was just reading about how CPUs work in personal computers. With the help of Google, I found an article and read it. Was it true what I read? Yes. Will I remember it? Parts of it, yes.
So the question was, “How can I remember what was NEVER TRUE?”
Your answer, “Was it true what I read? Yes. Will I remember it? Parts of it, yes.”
But the question does not ask you what was true and if you would remember it. The question is remembering what was NEVER true. So first, one would have to ask oneself,
“How can I remember what was never true?”
“What was never true for me that I remember?”
“Why would I remember what was never true?”
“What was never true that I remember and cannot forget?”
“What IS true?”
If one remembers anything, then it means one gives power TO it.
If one remembers what one THINKS is true, then one is giving power to what one assumes.
If one remembers what one assumes, then one is using one’s power to retain what may not be true.
If one remembers what may not be true, one is giving power to what one does not know is true.
If one remembers what one does not know is true, one gives power to what may be false.
If one remembers what may be false, one is giving power to what is not true.
If one remembers what is not true, why would one give power to it?
Why would one give power to something they do not even know is true or false?
Why would one give power to what one assumes is true or false?
To give power to what one assumes is true or false means one is not interested in questioning what is true or false.
To give power to not questioning what is true or false means one is not interested in learning anything new.
If one gives power to being not interested in learning anything new, then one is a know-it-all, and his know-it-all-ism is based on assumptions.
Can you imagine that most people live their lives on assumptions and are not interested in learning anything new? They just follow what the world external to them tells them. If they ‘lose” a job they automatically think, motivated by fear, “I need to find a new job” and never question this.
Maybe you are remembering what was never true (Question 1) by thinking you have to find another job.
So I asked you to consider applying the Lesson to your daily life that read:
“You do not understand the meaning of anything you perceive.
Not one thought you hold is wholly true.”
If you applied this Lesson every day, you would not be able to leave your house because you would be too busy questioning everything you have taught yourself, everything the world has taught you, and therefore everything you assume you know because it is all an assumption.
It s all an assumption because you have never questioned anything in your life, or we can safely say you have never questioned everything you think you know.
You therefore remember everything you have been taught and do not even know if it is true or not.
So the question, “How can I remember what was never true?” is implying you remember, or you have committed to memory what has never been true, but you think it is true. Then from there you would ask yourself what do you THINK is true and why have you committed that to memory?”
What was never true, for you, that you have committed to memory?
You could not possibly answer the question because you would first have to know what was never true.
In terms of your example, the CPU that you read about pertains to a mechanical device and the information was provided by GOOGLE. Google is a Corporation that provides a link to information they wish for you to remember, specifically because they want you to remember THEM. They therefore must be giving you information, regarding a CPU, that is beneficial to them, even if what they are offering you is not true.
A CPU is a processor. It processes information that is input into a computer and contains a designated speed by which it processes the information. They tell you ABOUT the CPU but do not tell you anything of how or why it was developed. Obviously someone came up with the idea of processing information electronically. Some computers can process information so fast that it is not possible for the human brain to calculate the information. Yet it was someone who came up with the idea.
CPU stands for CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT.
Then, the CONCEPT of a CPU came from the mind, not the brain, but the mind.
That means the central processing unit that was designed into a mechanical device came from the mind.
It must be therefore true that the mind contains the information processing speed OF a CPU.
Then, the information that you remember about the CPU is not true, that you are trying to remember.
The central processing unit is the mind.
The Mind contains all Knowledge within the Universe.
Remembrance is the holding of information and storing it.
The stored information is called MEMORY.
Therefore, the Memory of God is the only Truth and the Central Processing Unit is that which expression TO It.
Within the Memory of God are all beings created BY His Memory.
Each one is a CPU, with various processing speeds for extending or giving expression to His Memory.
Processing speed is vibration.
Vibrations vary according to the level of consciousness of a CPU.
That means your mind is capable of processing information at a speed that exceeds the mechanical device you call a CPU.
That you remember anything other than this means that you give power to what is not true. Yet He gives you the CPU information in Google in anticipation it will trigger your memory of Him.
There is a Lesson that pertains to this truth that says:
“God’s Voice speaks to me all through the day.”
So the answer to the first question, How can I remember what was never true? is “I can only remember what was never true with the Mind of the Creator Who created me and my mind.”
Then the only logical next question would be, “Why would I do that?”
So it is saying you are inappropriately using your power if the information you are storing and processing within your mind is not dedicated to the Memory of your Creator and it took your deviating into studying useless information in Google regarding a CPU that lead to this discovery.
2) How can I not remember what has always been true?
"I forget about many things because there is so much information to take in these days."
You never forget anything.
That you think you CAN forget something is part of what is NOT TRUE in the Question 1.
The process of forgetting implies that something was once remembered.
You cannot forget something unless you first remembered it. By default, you retain and strengthen in memory what you claim to forget.
If I showed you a picture of you wearing a diaper and it was dated, you might say “I forget that time”, but the picture is proof that it IS in your memory somewhere and attempting to forget you once wore a diaper is how you strengthen the memory. In fact, you are still wearing a diaper if someone else holds power over you.
The question is rather, “To what do I wish to give my power?”
In this would be the right use of your mind and its power.
What we forget is what we do not want to remember.
This requires the use of a great deal of power, denial of what one forgets being the motivation behind forgetting. When we forget something through denial, we SUPPRESS it. To suppress means TO PUSH DOWN. We suppress, or push down what we do not want to remember and this becomes part of the subconscious mind. Why do we not want to remember something? Why do we want to forget it and think we can?
The subconscious mind that contains suppressed memory that one wishes to forget and not remember is what produces a slower processing of the mind’s power. This suppressed forgotten information taxes the mind by using power to keep the forgotten memory alive.
In a computer there are programs that run in the background constantly, and to eliminate these programs that one never uses would free up the CPU’s capacity to perform better in the computer. These background programs the computer is running is synonymous with the mind that has forgotten, and consequently suppressed what it still retains.
How do you free up the mind of memory that you have forgotten, or suppressed.
You have to ask our first question, “How can I remember what was never true?”
You forget, and suppress and deny because you do not want to remember it.
BECAUSE WE ARE AFRAID OF IT.
Hence, “fear of the unknown” is born.
And as we give power TO fear, it is how we remember it.
Fear was never true.
IT WAS NEVER TRUE.
This is the answer to Question 1.
We remember what was never true.
Yet we remember it.
Why do we preserve what is not true?
2) How can I not remember what has always been true?
By remembering what was not true.
1) How can I remember what was never true?
By forgetting what has always been true.
If it was never true, and you discovered this, the suppressed information you forgot would no longer haunt you. The memory would remain as an experience, but the power that was used to suppress the memory is released from it.
If you cut your finger, then it does not heal, it becomes infected.
What is infected causes pain.
What is constant pain remains unhealed.
Each time you touch it there is pain.
That is how the memory is in the mind that forgets and suppresses.
But if the finger heals, then you may wind up with a scar.
The scar does not have pain to the touch.
The scar then is a memory of an experience without the attached pain.
This is not suppression.
It is restoration of power through healing.
The mind is a receiver.
Everything that it receives it stores.
How many lifetimes we have lived and all the people we interacted with are all in our memory. When you come to earth in your present lifetime, your past lives are blocked by Spirit.
If a past live contains suppressed and forgotten issues that are causing you difficulties and pain in this lifetime, then it will be Allowed to be remembered, recalled and worked out. One would “return” to that suppressed and forgotten event and relive it and come to healing of it. All fear and pain and difficulty is a reliving of a past life or past lives in this present life.
The computer, its motherboard, its CPU and RAM are metaphors for the mind.
The more information in the computer, the slower it runs, even if you upgrade the CPU.
Some CPU’s cannot be used on some motherboards because they would make the board too hot by programming the information too rapidly. The motherboard has to be designed to accommodate the CPU.
This is how the mind is.
You can LEARN WHAT IS TRUE by seeing the analogy of the computer as it applies to the mind.
Memory in a computer is built into it so you can store information.
Stored information in the mind is what is termed MEMORY, and the action of storing memory is called remembering, or REMEMBRANCE.
The mind does not care WHAT it stores.
Even if what it stores in memory is false it will store it.
False information stored in a computer will corrupt the motherboard.
We call this a “virus”.
"I have started making to-do lists and using computers to assist me in remembering more."
By doing so you are practicing the second question that is, “How can I not remember what has always been true?”
If what I shared with you is true, that you do not remember, then you will think you must make “to do” lists. You probably think you have to wake up to an alarm clock also, because you do not trust that Spirit can be part of your remembering things. And this is because you do not have any idea what Spirit is, what Creator is, nor are you interested in finding out. This means you are not interested in yourself.
So you run on self-will, on your own power, and this is why you:
A. Are always detailed and “organized”.
B. Why you feel insecure
You do not trust the Part of you that does not need these two things.
“I just remember things and I do not classify them as true or untrue. “
You classify what you remember as “important”. If you did not you would not remember them. What is “important” to you is true, to which you give power, and what is not important to you is false, to which you suppress power.
You cannot classify anything until you first begin to question yourself about all you think you know. That you assume what is true or not true does not mean anything.
You would first have to discover that you do not know what is true or false.
You do not know what is true, or false, because you have never questioned if they are.
You have never questioned even what the word TRUE or FALSE means.
"I can remember something and not know that it is not true because I have always trusted the source of information.
You have ALWAYS TRUSTED THE SOURCE OF INFORMATION?
If you always trusted the source of the information then that means you have certainty.
If you have certainty you have no doubt.
If you have no doubt you have no fear.
If you have no fear you are whole.
If you are whole you need no one.
If you need no one, YOU are the source of all information.
If you are or were, then you would be an Avatar.
You would be one with the Creator.
Are you an Avatar?
Are you one with the Creator?
If not, then perhaps the SOURCE of the information you have always trusted is lying to you? Perhaps you are always lying to yourself? How would you know?
If you do not think or do not know you are one with the Creator, then you are remembering what was never true, which is question 1 and you are not remember what has always been true which is question 2.
Thank you for your lesson. It is a lot of very interesting information to take in.
For now, here are a few things that stood out for me:
1. "It s all an assumption because you have never questioned anything in your life, or we can safely say you have never questioned everything you think you know. You therefore remember everything you have been taught and do not even know if it is true or not."
2. "So you run on self-will, on your own power, and this is why you: 1) Are always detailed and “organized” 2) Why you feel insecure. You do not trust the Part of you that does not need these two things."
Questioning things in life vs. not questioning
Running on self-will/power vs. relying on the Part, the Spirit, the Creator