Chapter XXXII Part M – The Journey Continues with the Cavern of the Perfect Numbers


Sensing that we are heading back in the direction that we entered this world of truth, we soon encounter an entire other grand corridor that had been previously hidden from us. Do not proceed unless you have read at least Chapter 32, Spherical Time. If you are ready, a whole new world awaits. The Journey begins here if you missed it.  Pondering the second portal at the 20th chapter in Exodus, we realize that 210 is the 20th Triangular number and that Abraham, the 20th generation, and Keter were connected to the number 210 all along. Two (ב). The letter Resh (ר) of ordinal value 20 or Keter (כ) focused on the Alef (א). Bereshit (בראשית). Without the focus of the Resh (רי) or 210 of Bereshit (בראשית), the Torah’s first verse ends V’Et H’Ertz(ואת־הארץ), just as it beings, with the value 703, reflecting the 37 split in the sefirot, which is also reflected in the value of the entire first verse that is the 73rd Triangular Number.

The associations with 210 are as a point of a tower or a mountain peak and they are a metaphor for the sight at the end of the fuselage. Where do we fire our Kavannot? Having been given the specific locations of the two portals that need to be aligned, and cryptic instructions as to how to adjust our consciousness to pass through these double sets of doors, and how to engage the locking mechanism, and then how to transfer our consciousness to the other side, we reluctantly enter the cavernous multi-faceted corridor of Perfect Numbers.  Obviously, we did not have the will to pass through, and/or the wherewithal to put it all together.

In 1656 the Creator tried wiping everyone but a single family out and starting fresh. That did not work. In 2448, the Creator tried sending us Moses with signs and miracles and even speaking to us directly. That did not work either. So here we are 3 years past the due date. What do you think He will do this time? Will the help come on the physical plane like the last time? Will there be a partial/soft reboot like the first time? Or will it be a hard reboot?


The clear mirror shows us once again that (אני־המשיח) and (משיח־בן־דוד) and that both equal 424. It next shows us that both (אני־המשיח) and (משיח־בן־דוד) have a complete value of 506, that of the first line of the 42-Letter Name matrix and the sum of each of the first 11 integers squared. “I am H’Moshiach = Moshiach Ben David = (אבג־יתץ). The initials of all 3 phrases (אמא) equal 42, while the final letters (חבדיחגץ) of all 7 words total (62 + 18 + 93) = 173, as in the small gematria of the 42-Letter Name and the base of the Core Essential Triangle.  Rav Brandwein reminds us that it is through the understanding of the 42-Letter Name that the Geula (final redemption) will be brought about.  We now understand deeper than ever before the connection between the 42-Letter Name and H’Moshiach. The question is do we understand the concept of Moshiach?

The special first line of the 42-Letter Name not only connects to Moshiach Ben David, the 11 sefirot, but because the sofit value of its final 4 letters (גיתץ) equal 1313 they connect to the moment at Mt Sinai in 1313 BCE and the Alef-bet through x1.313. The 7 lines matrix of the 42-Letter Name represents the 7 lower sefirot of the Tree-of-Life and its value 3701 and small gematria value, 173, represent the full 11 sefirot of 731. According to the Arizal, it acts as an elevator for our prayers and connections, and for the Shabbat elevations. It is also a conduit for the smoke of the sacrifices.

The significance to the Alef-bet is not new to us. Indeed we wrote the first book about it 17 years ago, but what the Inner Cosmos want us to understand is that it must be used in the transfer of our consciousness, that it is a key part of the latching mechanism. Rav Brandwein was of course correct, as was the Arizal, and the Baal Shem Tov.  What they knew and what we fear to do, which is holding us back, is that to engage the latching mechanism to the upper worlds we must disengage from physicality.

With its design and power to elevate, the 42-Letter Name must be employed when the two portals are lined up. It elevates one to the other and then both together. The process elevates 7 to the next highest 3, then those 3 to the next highest 7. In the final elevation there are (3 + 7 + 3) or 13 sefirot as in Echad, One (1), leaving us with (1 + 3 + 7) = 11 at the highest level (world).  That part of the process we do not need to comprehend. We do need to understand that we much engage the clutch on the 42-Letter Name to activate the elevation.

The clear mirror repeats that we have everything we need to know. There is still no gateway or portal back into reality from this nexus realm so the Inner Cosmos is extending our invitation in spite of our lack of will (ratzon). It obviously believes more enlightenment will help encourage and strengthen that desire, and moreover, that we are worthy of its energy. What is It (the Inner Cosmos)? It is the superconsciousness that is comprised of all consciousness.  What it is not is the constructs of the physical realm. That is nothing more than a platform, a giant stage.

What awaits on the other side is not the nexus realm designed to help train and prepare us. What awaits is an even more beautiful realm with new and improved avatars where our consciousness can develop to the next level. It is the Moshiach realm (level) prophesied about where we learn not through suffering but through love and oneness. There is so much beauty built into this physical realm, but Man has rearranged it so that he has neither time to see it, nor a purpose for it beyond converting it into food, energy, and toxicity. That will not be the case in the Moshiach level where the base instincts given to Man and his avatars do not exist.

The Cavern of Perfect Numbers

Spiral pathways shoot off in various direction: Perfect Numbers, Mersenne Primes, Triangular Torah numbers, Pi, all interwoven and intersecting with Torah knowledge and Oneness. Overwhelmed and contemplating retreating, we can no longer find the entrance.  The spirals and their references are as dizzying as they are mind blowing.

Prime Numbers had no factor. Perfect Numbers are numbers whose factors add up to itself. They are rare and probably infinite. Even from our verdant hillside vantage point, we cannot see past several hundred digits. The first five Perfect Numbers, as elucidated along one giant spiral, are 6, 28, 496, 8128, 33550336. They then get too long and too far apart to follow.

There have never been any odd perfect numbers ever found. The even perfect ones must follow the formula (2p-1) x (2p – 1), where (2p – 1) is a special set of the Prime Numbers called the Mersenne Primes. Not every prime number will work to create a Perfect Number.  The Mersenne Primes are pretty rare unto themselves as they grow exponentially large, yet to be a Perfect Number, one of the factors must be a Mersenne Prime. Said another way, every Perfect Number has a Mersenne Prime as a factor.  That said, beyond that fact and beyond the formula above, which is not a predictive one, no one has ever detected a usable pattern within the set, or even between the various known Perfect Numbers, making them all the more interesting and unicorns in the universe. Our question is why are they here in the hidden corridors of the Torah?

With a little overlapping of pathways—similar to what happens in our brains—it is readily apparent that 6 conforms to the 6 letters in Bereshit; 28 to the 28 letters in the Torah’s first verse, and 496 to the numerical value of the lowest sefira, Malchut, the imaginary world reflected from the upper 9, the world of the simulation. Who knows about 8128, though we do known about 81 and 28. The number 33550336 reflects the 336 letters in the 112 Triplets, and 3550 is reflected in the number of Shekels and the counting of the Israelites (603550), and 355 is both found in the palindromic 18-digit sequence (1735571…) derived from both the Fibonacci Sequence and the Tower of Truth, and in the ratio (32/90 = .355) of the sum of the digits within that full sequence (173557319826446289). For now, these are just intersecting connections, as is the sum of 8 of the first 10 Triplets in Pi, which sum to 3550.

Here is where it starts to get interesting, where the intersecting spirals illuminate new hyper-dimensional understanding. The primes associated with the Perfect Numbers that conform to (2p-1) x (2p – 1) are strung out as 2, 3, 5, 7, 13, 17, 19, 31, 61, 89, 107, 127, 521…. These are the first 13 Perfect Number Primes. A parallel stream shows us that the number of digits in the specific Perfect Numbers associated with each of these specific Special Primes (p) are 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 12, 19, 27, 54, 65, 77, and 314. In other words, when (p) = 2, the formula works out to the first perfect number, 6, and it is 1 digit long, while the 13th (p) = 521, which works out to a Perfect Number with 314 digits.  There is no correlation between a Perfect Number and the number of digits in it or any reason in the Torah that 314, Pi, Shadai, and/or Metatron should be associated with the number 13, yet they are both core numbers in our hyperdimensional understanding of the Torah and the universe.


We should unpack this a little before exploring deeper. Forgetting the known Torah associations with most of these numbers, let us note that 89, the 10th Special Prime number (p), is associated with the lights of Chanukah (89), and that there are 54 digits in its associated Perfect Number. There are so many offshoots from there of higher-dimensional associations throughout the Torah, including the 112 Triplets, the 5 Essential Elements of Creation, and Spherical Time, which is also associated with 107, the 11th Special Prime number (p) in this series that has 65 digits in its resultant Perfect Number. Just to be clear, the 107th Triangular Number equals 5778 and (54 x 107) = 5778, and 65 is the numerical value of Adonai (אדני).

The numbers are lined up for us like steamy striated streams, helping us to visualize unseen mysteries and extraordinary associations. For example, the 31st Prime Number is 496, and it is the 3rd Perfect Number, which we associate with the gematria of Malchut.  When we use the striations and cross-multiply the special prime (pn) with the digits (d) in that special prime (pn ) we get (31 x 12) = 372, as in the 3 verses of 72 letters that comprise the 72 Triplets.

As the icy primes cross paths with the balmy striations in the Perfect Number streams, colorful steam rises off the surface.

More notable is that the cumulative sum of the cross-products of the special primes pn with the difference (df) of the previous special primes (pn-1) and the digits (d) in that previous special prime (dpn – 1) or pn(pn-1 dpn – 1). Through the thickening mist, we see that this 8th Special Prime [(1 x 3) + (2 x 5) + (3 x 7) + (4 x 13) + (8 x 17) + (10 x 19) + (12 x 31)] it is 784 or 282, the 2nd Perfect Number squared.  It, 784 or 282, is also the sum or volume of the first 7 stacked cubes (13 + 23+…73), whose height is 28, reflecting the Torah’s 7-word, 28-letter first verse. It reflects the sum of the first 7 Cubic Numbers.

This is when we notice a pathway forming, as if by neuroplasticity, between the 8th Special Prime (p), 31, the aforementioned cross-product (31 x 12) = 372, and the core number 248, Abraham, the 20th generation. It is now apparent that (8 x 31) = 248 and that (248 + 372) = 620, Keter, the numerical value of the word twenty (20).  If the writing was not on the wall, we would have missed it, and missed just how bright this connection really is.

A flash from the physical world reminds us that Trump ushered in the Abraham Accords in 2020, but we slip right back into the Inner Cosmos where the meaning beyond everything is found.

The Yud (יוד) Commandments are also 20, encompassing the 10 Utterances of Bereshit within the 31 verses of the first chapter, along with the 10 Utterances of the 20th chapter in Shemot. The mist swirls in a circle around this 8th conjunction and in the multi-hewed haze we see that there are 8 YHVH (יהוה) within the 10 Utterances of Shemot, beginning with the 420th one of the Torah, the 420th of 1820.

Two more distinct passages appear out of the thousands emanating from 420.  Similar to 1301300 inches, the distance for the 1820 YHVH (יהוה), the 420 YHVH (יהוה) have a distance of 300300”, or 1001000” less. The 300300” are immediately linked to the 11 Triplets and 8 words of Bereshit of numerical value 3003. We are further reminded that we were just taught that the first 8 intersections of the icy primes and the number 13 sum to 1001.  Once again, the statement “I am G-d (אנכי־יהוה)” from the 10 Utterances of Shemot is inextricably linked to the first verse of the Torah. The clear mirror then reveals yet another connection. The word (אנכי) in “I am G-d (אנכי־יהוה)” that begins the 10 Utterances at Shemot 20:2 is the 73rd occurrence of that word in the Torah, as in the 73rd Triangular Number, which is the value of the Torah’s first verse.

It then hits us like a flick on the back of our heads that Shemot 20:2 and 2020 CE are aligned in the same way that the 107,000 letter is aligned with the 107th Triangular Number, 5778.  Was something supposed to happen in 2020? Or did it happen while we were all locked down? Is that the meaning behind “I am G-d (אנכי־יהוה)” having the complete gematria of 132.

As we ponder what we may have missed, the other illuminated passage off of the 420th YHVH (יהוה) shows us that the value of 420 YHVH (יהוה) is 10,920, or exactly 15,000 less than 25,920, the great precession that is tied into Phi (φ)2, the 27.5” measure of the cubit, the 2160 mile diameter of the moon, the 360o circle, the measure of the day in parts of a second, and the 72 Triplets. Moreover, 10,920 is 42.13% of 25,920 and 15,000 is like all 8 letters of “I am G-d (אנכי־יהוה)” knocked together, 1500 x 105, a manifestation of Yah (יה).

Just in case we have previously missed it, the clear mirror shows us again that first and last letters in each word in “I am G-d (אנכי־יהוה)” are (אי) and (יה) or 11 and 15, which add to 26 and which represent the cross-axis to Elohim (אלהים) within the Primordial Alef (א). It further reiterates that this means that the inner letters have the same numerical value of 81, as in Anochi (אנכי), and as in the ratio of the Earth’s mass to the Moon’s mass, 81:1.

What we are being told is that not only is this place and time or juncture in the Torah and our physical reality critical to ascension but the words themselves are as well: “I am G-d (אנכי־יהוה).”

As that sinks in, the Inner Cosmos shift our focus back to the Perfect Number conjunctures.


We would be remiss not to point out the connections to the numbers 19, 27, and the 77 and 314 digits in the Perfect Number series. The digit-length 314 or Pi for the 13th Perfect Number is cool, and yet 77, as in mazal (מזל) and as in the 77th Triangular Number (3003) that equals the first 11 Triplets or 8 words of the Torah might be more so. For one, its associated Special Prime (p), 127 is a Mersenne Prime that equals the number of combinations of the Torah’s first 7 words. It is the life of Sarah.

Before we shift to another series of parallel spiraling and misty streams related to the Perfect Numbers, there is a pale violet stream wedged between the Special Prime (p) stream and the Perfect Number Digits stream, and it represents the difference between the two: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 7, 12, 34, 35, 42, 50, and 207, where the 13th one, 207, is the numerical value of Light (אור). We might have overlooked this one if it did not feed into the Central Cube of Creation of 27 letters and 27 ordinal positions that form 54 triplets of 42 with a central letter (נ) of numerical value 50 and of ordinal value 14. When 1 is counted as the first prime and thus Special Prime (p) = 1, the 13th one becomes the 14th, matching the most central cube in the Essential Cube of Creation. Moreover, a crossing trail reveals that the ordinal value of Light (אור) is 27.

Pi and the Perfect Number


Indeed, it is only now that we notice that the cumulative value (1 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 7 + 12 + 34 + 35) of the first 10 differences, at the level of the 10th Perfect Number with 54 Digits, is 107, like the placement of the 10 Utterances at letter 107,000, and as in (54 x 107) = the 107th Triangular Number.

Then at the level of the 27 digits for the 9th Perfect Number, the cumulative sum is 72, while the first 7 are 26 for the 7th Perfect Number at the level of 12 digits.

At some point the stream of differences (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 7, 12, 34, 35, 42, 50) becomes juxtaposed with the Steam of Pi digits and we see right away (1, 1, 2) as 112 Triplets and then the string at Pi at digit #625, as in H’Keter: 577134275778.  The 12 digits in Pi line up with the 12 differentials between the 12 Special Primes (p) and the 12 Perfect Number Digits, and as they do, we see the same digits 5771 in each then skipping the 2, we see the 34 line up as well.

5 7 7 1 34 275778

(1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 7, 12, 34, 35, 42, 50)


The 4,2,5 digits are also sequentially common to both, skipping the 7:

5 7 7 1 3 4275 778

(1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 7, 12, 34, 35, 42, 50)

The next numbers in the differential sequence 35, 42, 50 are all obvious and significant Torah numbers. But they also add up (35 + 42) = 77 and (77 + 50) = 127, as in the 77 digits, 77 cumulative Special Primes (p) and the Special Prime (p) 127. While this looks like it should be deductive it is not. There is no reason outside of hyper-dimensional scaffolding that these should equate.

Now this sequence is Pi, starting at the digit #625 is far from random, containing the Spherical Time numbers 13, 42, the cubit 275, the Spherical Time year 5778, and as we have recently been shown, the significant sequences 1342 and 1342275. Moreover, the first 6 digits in …577134275778… add up to 27, followed by the number 27 and then the last 4 digits (5778) also equal 27.

While the sum of the digits in the differentials (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 7, 12, 34, 35, 42, 50) = 55, or 2 x the cubit (27.5) hidden in the corresponding Pi sequence, it also completes the 134255 schematic and is hinting at another entrance gate.

577134  27  5778


It is the joy and job of a Kabbalist to notice patterns, and likewise for a mathematician. These halls of the Torah make it easy. The next intertwining stream is the cumulative value of the Special Primes (p): 2, 5, 10, 17, 30, 47, 66, 97, 158, 247, 354, 481.  Keep in mind, after the first few, the Perfect Numbers are far too large for us to deal with, but the components that create them, are not.  When we get to the 12th Perfect Number, the sum of the Special Primes that comprise it is 481, as in the peak of the encasing pyramid and the Tower of Truth. That is some powerful hyper-dimensional mathematics at work and laid simple and bare for us upon the walls of the cavern.

What is odd is that this sequence is right beside another similar parallel sequence, whose difference is that it starts with a 1, as in the most Perfect Number, 1.  In the sequence that begins with the One 1, the 11 Special Primes (p) add up to 248, not 247, and thus as in Abraham and the 248 words in the Shema, which is where we originally started this rabbit hole vision quest.  With the one (1), the 12th in the series becomes 355, but without it, we get 354, as in the 12 months or 354 days in the lunar year.

Triangular Numbers

The next powerful and parallel stream contains the Triangular Numbers. We already saw that the 31st Triangular Number corresponds to 496, the Perfect Number associated with Malchut, or twice 248.

As we approach, it becomes clear that the first perfect Number, 6, is the 3rd Triangular Number; 28 is the 7th; 496 is the 31st; 8128 is the 127th; and 33550336 is the 8191st. That is a pattern.

Triangular numbers are a consistent pattern through the Torah and the Inner Cosmos. Why? Do we need to understand why before we can properly access or engage the latching mechanism at the doors of the merged portals to ascension?

The 5th perfect number (33550336) is the 8191st Triangular Number and is connected to the number 13 in that 8191 = (213 – 1), a reflection of the 5 paragraphs of the Shema, the 5 Essential Elements of Creation, and the 5 Books of the Torah with Echad, One, 13. The number 8191 is also the sum of the 13 consecutive Primes from 599 to 661, the numerical value of Ester, but that is a trail system we decide not to pursue. Instead, we see that 8191 = (1 + 901 + 902) = (9031)/89, once again incorporating the fusion of the lights of Channukah (89) with the King (90).

The 90 reminds us of something, something important, but it fades before we can recall what it is.

The 5th Perfect Number (33550336) when separated into 4 twin pairs, 33, 55, 33, 06, sums to 127, a reference to the 127th Triangular Number and 4th Perfect Number, 8128. This may be cosmic playfulness, but it is not a pattern or stream to follow. What is, though, is the connections between the Perfect Numbers, Triangular Numbers, and the Hexagonal Numbers.

The 3 intertwined streams show us that the two components (2p-1) and (2p – 1) that determine if a Perfect Number is perfect or not are, in actuality, related Triangular and Hexagonal Numbers.  Geometry at work once again.

The 1st Perfect Number 6 is the 3rd Triangular Number, and (2p – 1) in this case is 3 since it is based on the first Prime Number, 2 and (22 – 1) = 3.

Glancing back and forth at the side by side geometric tubes we see that Perfect Number 6 is the 2nd Hexagonal number and that since (2p-1) is also based on Prime Number 2, (22-1) = 2. In other words, the ranking of the Triangular Number times the ranking of the Hexagonal number or (3 x 2) is equivalent to (2p-1) x (2p – 1) or (3 x 2), which in both cases gives Us the 1st Perfect Number 6. The same holds true for all Perfect Numbers.

Suddenly, it dawns on us that not only are 6, 28 and 496 connected to the Torah’s first verse, but 8128 is as well.  Once upon a time, early in our studies we discovered that the 7 words of that verse recombined in 127 possible ways with each word utilized 64 times, and just so we were perfectly clear on that design feature, the Creator arranged it so that the numerical word value 127 was also utilized exactly 64 times in the Torah.  In case there is any confusion, 127 x 64 = 8128, the 4th prefect Number.

The Still and Perfect Pool

This is astonishing, but not a predictive model of Perfect Numbers. It only shows a geometric affinity within the Perfect Number sequence, and that 496, Malchut, appears within the first 5 Perfect Numbers twice, as in 496 and 4096, which is 642, the complete value (50 + 14) of the central position of the Essential Cube of Creation.  As we stare down the pathway of the Triangular Numbers, we are once again reminded of how many Torah numbers were Triangular ones.

One pattern between the Triangular Numbers and the Hexagonal Numbers exists because every Hexagonal number is a Triangular Number, but only every other Triangular Number is a Hexagonal One; therefore, all the Triagonal Numbers in our Perfect Number series must conform to (2Hn – 1) or for example in the case of 6: (2 x 2 – 1) = 3.

A clear mirror appears and shows us that all these streams of supporting and component elements to these numerical unicorns converge into a pool.  Within that pool there is a slowly swirling or circulating inner pool comprised of the Torah’s first verse.  It then shows us an even more inner pool to that to that inner pool that is also slowly rotating counter-clockwise. That inner-inner pool contains the Perfect Numbers divided in half: 3, 14, 248, 4064. As it slowly turns, we become mesmerized, 314, 248, 40, 64….3142, 48, 40, 64……31, 424, 84, 064….. 31, 4248, 40, 64.

A still voice from the pool whispers, “let me help you, half of 3142 is 1571, the 248th prime number, you are not here by chance.” It instructs us to recall the 401,273 elements of the Torah that equal 248,000(φ) and that 401,273 splits into 400,000 and 1273.  It continues reminding us of the ratio 400/1.273 that gives the area of the inscribed circle as Pi (314.2) for the 400 or 202-square, based on Abraham (248), the 20th generation?

We sit on the gentle shore and quietly stare into the pool.

The unicorns were created as guideposts and as a puzzle (חידה) for those who would enter the Inner Cosmos. Enigma or puzzle (חידה) has a numerical value of 27 and complete value of 54. To solve the puzzle, one must understand the nature of the 27 letters and the 27 positions of the Essential Cube of Creation with their 54 Triplets of 42.

One must understand that the total of the 27 square roots of all 27 letter-number combinations is 314.278. One must understand…

Answers rise in the soft wispy mist floating above the pool: 14 Triplets (3 14)…3 sets of 14 letters…3 sets of 14 Triplets… gives 42, gives 42, gives 42….314 Pi, Shadai (שדי), Metatron, the atbash of 55 and “the field (השדה)”… and “I am that I am (אהיה־אשר־אהיה) of value 3142, found at Exodus 3:14.”

A little while passes and out of the soothing mist comes 3142… the angle 18o = .3142 radians or 1/20th of a circle…followed by 3142, “I am that I am (אהיה־אשר־אהיה)”… the 42-Letter Name, (3701/506) = 7.31422, and again the 42-Letter Name 9/.123049 = 73.1415… the 41 expanded letters of Ehyeh (אהיה) and the 42 expanded letters of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) = 3142….  Hidden within the first 7 letters of the Torah (ברא־שיתב) = (2213142)….

The still pool shows us once again that (אני־המשיח) and (משיח־בן־דוד) both have a complete value of 506, that of the first line of the 42-Letter Name matrix (אבג־יתץ), “I am H’Moshiach and Moshiach Ben David.

After another little while, the 42-Letter Name, the 42 Letters of the Name, the sword of 42 Letters, the Name of 4242 rows leads to… 424, Moshiach Ben David, then… 4248, the total sum of the 22 spelled-out letters of the Alef-bet…. the Primal Equation 1/.23571113… = 4.24248

The pool seems to release a soft sigh followed by 248 dimensions and fields of Abraham in 248 columns and 248 words of the Shema31 sets of 8… the sum of the 10 factors of 112248,000 (φ) elements of the Torah….

… the cube root of 48 is 3.63424

84 Enoch is Metatron is 314… is the union of 42 and 42.

40 weeks, days, nights, years, gestation in the womb, 248

And as the mist burns off under the dawning light… 64 cubes of Creation… with 64 Triplets …and 64 codon triplets. You have more than you know…

The still blue pool is cool and refreshing yet it is the primordial soup of Creation. It is not some fiery mess or Big Bang chaotic explosion.

Floored, we realize that must not go down these potent passages blindly. As the Kabbalists did before us, we must ask ourselves why we are going down them. We must engage our consciousness if we want to train it. Our minds will make and remake neural pathways within our physical brains if our consciousness directs it to. Our minds disengage long enough for us to explore hyperspace, yet if we want them to reflect the spiritual realm, we must allow our consciousness to become aware.  It is then that we can download the patterns of hyperspace for our neural networks to follow. Once we do that, those patterns will become recognizable in our world. Every time we do, those networks are strengthened, and we become more awake, The emotionally charged networks that keep us anchored and imprisoned in our past become weaker.

We realize we have been shown a lot so far, yet for whether we were taught it depends on whether we have learned it. We sense we are close, yet we also sense we were not as close to the exit as we once did.  A miner following a vein of gold-rich quartz does not ask to be closer to the exit, he asks for the vein to get deeper and wider.


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