“The rules are that you create your universe—that you create within the system that you know the world that you know. The rules are that within you there is knowledge… and that you must look inward, not outward, to find it. The rules are that this universe is created by the thoughts that exist within each of your minds… and that these thoughts are materialized outward. And that if your body becomes ill, it is because of an inner disease… and again, there are no exceptions. Ruburt is no exception, you are no exception, no one within your system is an exception. There are no exceptions. And these are the only rules, for you have been given what you always say you want… your desires— for what you think of is materialized… and when thoughts of resentment and hatred are materialized, you end up with wars. I have said this many times… the condition of your physical world is the result of your mass inner thoughts and desires. And your physical world is the result of your mass inner thoughts and desires. And your physical environments, your personal physical environments, are the results of your inner materialized thoughts. And there are no exceptions. You are responsible for the sunrise… you are responsible for the tides… you are responsible for the wars and the starvation.”
“Imagine, as a simple technique, that you are what you are—a consciousness with all the potentials of development—even those potentials that you do not understand. For it is only you that set up limitations. Your self is infinite. If you would but realize this fact, then you could begin to experience joy and your true identity. And it is not difficult—if you ask yourself—“Who am I?”—and listen for the answer. Then, the answer will come in terms of subjective experience.
You will realize that you are not a physical self standing at the window in the middle of the night looking out upon a sleeping world—but that you are a creative consciousness who helps form the sleeping world.
And you will realize that there are no limitations to the self except those that you insist upon—because of your own limited conceptions—and that joy is still yours, it has always been yours, and after more lives than I should tell you, that joy is still mine.”
TECS2 ESP Class Session January 13, 1970