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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Unit3
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That's too cute. What a great idea. Thank you very much.


Edit: Okay, I'm going to go ahead and bring this up. I've never been one to put personal stuff in a forum. But,we all have serious issues to consider as we create our Genius plans anyway.

I'm not sure how much energy I want to put into bringing my husband into this nor whether I should. After all, he has his free will too. The other day, I saw that my 93 year old relative is coming right along with all we are doing here and even wants to learn how to use The Genius.

My husband, on the other hand, is not interested in Ecsys. We barely have communication because he doesn't have internet connection yet and I haven't seen him in almost a year. Once he was deported, we agreed to split up and pursue whatever path each of us wants to. We do in stay in touch and care about each other, obviously.

So, do I even have the right to try to interest him? Especially, since in all this time, there is still no interest. We are connected energetically just like I am with the 93 year old. So the question is, how much do we affect someone when we create a Genius? I like to assume it wouldn't happen if they weren't willing in some way.

I think these are good issues for us to explore. I understand we influence one another all day, every day anyway. I just think it's a good idea to consider this as we are learning and I'd like to hear what others have to say.

 Quoting: Unit3

I'm sorry about your husband :(

It sounds like he's just not quite as relative to your life right now (which caused the deportation narrative). But because he is a projection of your self, you don't necessarily need him there physically in order to learn ecsys.

I guess the bigger question is do you want him along for this journey?
 Quoting: CatCarel

Thanks. I've had almost a year to adjust so the worse is over now. That's a good question and I have to say I don't really know the answer. The deportation is a huge message, that's for sure. Then his continued non-interest makes me feel I need to honor his choices.
 Quoting: Unit3

:( People express grief in many ways. What you perceive as non-interest might just be his way of coping with the changes.

May I ask what kept you in the US?
 Quoting: CatCarel

Yes, he has been through a lot so I have given him a lot of space. In fact, I've always given him a lot of space because he is not of this world, really. It's not unusual for him not to listen to me though.

I stayed in the US because he had to live with his parents after being deported. He hates this world so he won't get a job. He would rather live on the streets.

His parents forced him to sign up for a government house which he just moved into. This is why he doesn't have internet yet. He invited me to visit but I haven't accepted yet for various reasons.
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