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Primary Aspect

Session #1468:

ELIAS: (Laughing) Is this you you? Yes. (Much laughter) And even if this you wasnít you, it would be you! (Chuckles, and more laughter)

Is this the primary you? Yes, for the primary you is what you generate it to be. Let me express to you, you all at times associate and think in very black and white terms and in hierarchies even of yourselves, that there must be one primary you and every other probable you is lesser. But in actuality, every you is a probable you. One is not greater than another, and any probable self that is generated is equal to the self that generated it and in turn it generates the other. Therefore, they are all you.

What you recognize now as you is the primary aspect of you, and this is what you incorporate as your identity, and that is you. That may change, and you may change positions of primary youís or primary aspects, for there are countless aspects of you that are all present, that all contribute to this one manifestation and this one identification of you. But they do exchange positions.

Many times you exchange positions with other aspects of yourself and they appear to incorporate very little deviation of yourself. You may recognize that you merely discover a new talent that you were unaware of objectively previously, or you may begin to express yourself quite differently, but you continue to feel as you.

At times you may exchange the primary aspect of you in a more dramatic manner, and in which situations you may actually interrupt memory if the primary aspect alteration is dramatic enough. In these situations, individuals interrupt their memory of time frameworks. Many incorporate an interruption of memory of several years, in which they express that they cannot recall the experiences or the events that occurred within those particular years. Many individuals incorporate this action within small ages. As small ones they generate one primary aspect, and as they incorporate somewhat more age they change the primary aspect and in these situations they do not recall what occurred in smaller ages.

But this interruption of memory matters not, for there is what you would term to be an actual storage of memory that you incorporate; you merely do not access it objectively. But memory is tricky also, for you are continuously changing the past and every moment of the future. Each time you recall the past, you have altered it.

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