I had a heart to heart with Source… and let’s play a game

deafI had a heart to heart today with Source.

The conversation started with me asking how many itch mites I have on me. The numbers just didn't add up... so I asked: "You don't know, do you?" And Source admitted that it didn't know.

The conversation continued about what Source knows and how.

Source does not have eyes to see. Source does not feel. Source only senses. And that is why itch mites can elude its observation: itch mites look and feel dead, inert, not alive, when you observe them. They have legs, they must have legs, because they move when you don't watch them. So, unless an itch mite moves, Source doesn't know it's there. And obviously all I can do is guess... A conversation with Source plays out almost completely inside what I can think of... i.e. in the 2-3-4-5% of what is knowable.

At the end of this article I will suggest we play a game so you get a sense how to talk to Source... OK? But read the article first.

Source is a sort of Witness... but just like with humans, until something is distinguished... not this and not that... Source has it as part of the undifferentiated nothingness: everything/nothing.

Source did not create the Universe, Source witnessed it. It's like a seismograph, a seismograph that can detect and sense a lot more than just the tremble of the Earth, but it does not actually know everything.

Source doesn't ask: what is it I am sensing? It just records it.

In my long cooperation with Source, I have added a lot of distinctions to Source's ability to distinguish what it's sensing.

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tdomhIt's been fun and it's been frustrating. And it's been difficult to be a go-between between your questions and Source... Oftentimes I need to "teach" something to Source, show things, demonstrate things, distinguish things, make an agreement, before the answers are consistent and reliable.

Upon further contemplation, I am seeing further bits:

Source's relationship to humans, at this point, is influenced by my take on things.

I have average IQ on the standardized IQ tests, inquiring, curious, a staunch proponent of evolution not stopping, growing, natural selection, etc. I am an empath, so I place a lot of stock in what can be felt. In that I have a perfect fit with Source.

I don't ever memorize and consider the type of knowledge that can be memorized, except for foreign languages, multiplication tables, conjugation (languages), I think memorizing dulls intelligence.

This is one of the reasons I score average on the standardized IQ test: the standardized test puts a lot of stock on memorizing and puzzles.

Another reason I may score average on the standardized tests: I have also become weak at following another person's train of thought... I have turned all those brain cells into independent thought... often wish I hadn't turned them all.

I am the archetype of innovator: a maddening way of being, just ask my students... it is tweaking and correcting.

Nowadays when I spend 99% of my days in an area of life that is invisible to the naked eyes, genetics, mites, attachments... I am muscle testing more... and I am finding out that muscle testing something that you don't even know how to ask requires a lot of intelligence...

So, this is where we are going to play a game.

The game goes like this: I think of something, write it down.

Then it's going to be your turn. You can only ask questions that have a yes, no, yes/no answer, because that is what muscle test can do. No guessing allowed.

I will make it easier to start: what I was thinking of is a thing. Not a concept, not a person, not an event. A thing...

Now ask away... Please have fun. I want you to end up respecting me for the work I do... and have a sense how difficult it is to talk to Source.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

142 thoughts on “I had a heart to heart with Source… and let’s play a game”

  1. is it made by humans? …(it’s what i thought with artefact)

    Can we ask more than one question each time?

  2. Matsa, you are asking very complicated questions. Is water a compound of chemical elements? It has two Hydrogen atoms and one Oxygen atom. Does that qualify as a compound of chemical elements for you?

  3. Is it edible?

    Does it have a distinctive scent such that it can be recognized simply by the scent (like a rose or an orange for example)?

    Is it multicolored?

  4. Is it complete in itself like an egg timer, or does it need something else in order to complete its function, like a key or a can opener?

  5. If a person had it in their house, would they be most likely to have it in their kitchen?

    in their living room?

    in their bedroom?

    in their bathroom?

  6. what on earth makes you ask a question like this?

    New rule: before you ask a question, you need yo say first what you already know… so the question is clearly building on what you already know.

    All the questions make no sense… you’ll see.

  7. To answer your “what on earth” question: What I already know is that the thing is solid, no larger than a tea cup, edible, no distinctive scent, one color. That could describe a food and that’s the track I was going on with my chewy, crunchy, soft question. From your reaction, I clearly wandered off onto the wrong track, oops, LOL.

  8. If I read the answers properly, the object has these properties:
    Sophie keeps hers in the kitchen
    It has no moving parts
    It is edible
    It has no distinct identifying scent
    It is not multicolored
    It is not used for cooking
    It is a solid
    It is not a mixture of two other things
    It is not used in the form in which it is found in nature
    It is not electronic
    It has more than one type of atoms in it.

    Is it made for human consumption?

  9. To recap:

    You keep yours in the kitchen.

    It is a solid.

    It is processed by humans to achieve it’s final form.

    It is one color.

    It can be eaten raw or cooked.

    It is not used for cooking.

  10. If you are interested in increasing your intelligence, you can play the game, 20 questions, online. Observe the the type of eliminating, qualifying questions the Artificial Intelligence software asks.

    I am thinking of setting up game rooms with players, only with yes/no answers, so people can’t talk too much. This is a really important skill, especially if you want to be intelligent, ask intelligent questions.

    I recommend this website http://www.20q.net/

  11. If I read the answers properly, the object has these properties:
    Sophie keeps hers in the kitchen
    It has no moving parts
    It is edible
    It has no distinct identifying scent
    It is not multicolored
    It is not used for cooking
    Not larger than a teacup
    Has no shape
    It is a solid
    It is powdery
    It is not a mixture of two other things
    It is not used in the form in which it is found in nature
    It is not electronic
    It has more than one type of atoms in it.
    It is not used during meals

    Does is come from plants? (I mean the plant kingdom, not a factory)

  12. If I read the answers properly, the object has these properties:
    Sophie keeps hers in the kitchen
    It has no moving parts
    It is edible
    It has no distinct identifying scent
    It is not multicolored
    It is not used for cooking
    Not larger than a teacup
    Has no shape
    It is a solid
    It is powdery
    It is not a mixture of two other things
    It is not used in the form in which it is found in nature
    It is not electronic
    It has more than one type of atoms in it.
    It is not used during meals
    It is not extracted from plants.

    Is it mineral in origin?

  13. If I read the answers properly, the object has these properties:
    Sophie keeps hers in the kitchen
    It has no moving parts
    It is edible
    It has no distinct identifying scent
    It is not multicolored
    It is not used for cooking
    Not larger than a teacup
    Has no shape
    It is a solid
    It is powdery
    It is not a mixture of two other things
    It is not used in the form in which it is found in nature
    It is not electronic
    It has more than one type of atoms in it.
    It is not used during meals
    It is not extracted from plants.
    Is it not mineral in origin.

    Is it protein powder? (Like whey powder)

  14. Some of my basic information must be wrong. If it is not from the mineral kingdom, or the plant kingdom, it must be from the animal kingdom. An edible, odorless, non-colorful powdery solid from the animal kingdom.

  15. Why guess? It’s a thrill to make a leap and take a chance. Oh, yes, at the risk of your disapproval, but that adds to the fun.

  16. So I am playing this game with this assumption: “English people define everything as being either Animal (if it is alive) Vegetable (if it grows) or Mineral (if it isn’t alive, doesn’t grow and comes from the ground.) ” That’s from this website: http://www.english-online.org.uk/games/animalvegmineral.htm

    The concept comes from Linnean Taxonomy: “In his Imperium Naturæ, Linnaeus established three kingdoms, namely Regnum Animale, Regnum Vegetabile and Regnum Lapideum. This approach, the Animal, Vegetable and Mineral Kingdoms, survives until today in the popular mind, notably in the form of parlour games: “Is it animal, vegetable or mineral?”. The classification was based on five levels: kingdom, class, order, genus, and species. While species and genus was seen as God-given (or “natural”), the three higher levels were seen by Linnaeus as constructs. The concept behind the set ranks being applied to all groups was to make a system that was easy to remember and navigate, a task in which he must be said to have succeeded.” (Wikipedia)

    I probably was taught his after kindergarten.

    Of course I don’t mean to frustrate you, and I do not gain added pleasure from it. I think we are actually doing the work here by distinguishing the assumption that I am working with. So, yes, I have more of an appreciation for what it must be like for your to communicate with Source, without having an agreed-upon set of parameters to work with.

    And yes, for me, it must exist within the three realms, or it is not exist. (Okay, I also acknowledge a spiritual realm.)

    But, okay, you said chemistry…back to the periodic table.

    Is this substance commonly kept in the refrigerator or the freezer?

  17. so according to this completely outdated taxonomy, petroleum is mineral kingdom? Is that why they call it mineral oil? In fact it’s dead animals from long time ago, and according the modern science, Chemistry, petroleum products, or anything that has Carbon atoms in it is Organic… whereas minerals are inorganic.

    1735 was the year this Linneus came up with this brilliant Taxonomy. Almost 300 years ago… grrrr.

    The powder is organic. Not stored commonly in the refrigerator.

    I

  18. Sophie keeps hers in the kitchen, not in fridge.
    It has no moving parts
    It is edible
    It has no distinct identifying scent
    It is not multicolored
    It is not used for cooking
    Not larger than a teacup
    Has no shape
    It is a solid
    It is powdery
    It is not a mixture of two other things
    It is not used in the form in which it is found in nature
    It is not electronic
    It has more than one type of atoms in it.
    It is not used during meals
    It is not extracted from plants.
    Is it not mineral in origin.
    It is organic.
    Hint: “If you learned chemistry at all… go there”

    It is ever eaten on its own?

  19. Sophie keeps hers in the kitchen, not in fridge.
    It has no moving parts
    It is edible
    It has no distinct identifying scent
    It is not multicolored
    It is not used for cooking
    Not larger than a teacup
    Has no shape
    It is a solid
    It is powdery
    It is not a mixture of two other things
    It is not used in the form in which it is found in nature
    It is not electronic
    It has more than one type of atoms in it.
    It is not used during meals
    It is not extracted from plants.
    Is it not mineral in origin.
    It is organic.
    Hint: “If you learned chemistry at all… go there”
    Does not dissolve in water.

    Is it a food supplement?

  20. 1.Would you add it to food ? to consume for health benefits

    2. Does it have health benefits for humans.

    3.Would your Cat pee in It?

  21. If it provides heath benefits, to humans if not by consuming. would you apply to the body or the home environment to use on surfaces.

  22. To clarify, is answer 98 (“yes”) answering John’s question 91 (“food supplement”)?

  23. Is it useful for providing enzymes to the body?

    for providing probiotics to the body?

    for providing protein to the body?

    Kathryn, please pay attention that you are absolutely and categorically refusing to think in categories… Or maybe you are unable?

  24. I had to look up diatoms… Diatom
    Diatoms are a major group of algae, and are among the most common types of phytoplankton. Most diatoms are unicellular, although they can exist as colonies in the shape of filaments or ribbons, fans, zigzags, or

    No, It does not contain diatoms

  25. My understanding of a food supplement is that it is a concentrated form of something you would ideally get from your food but isn’t adequately supplied by your food.
    Thinking of powdery food supplements I’ve used over the years, here are categories (worded as questions to get additional info):
    1) is it a vitamin?
    2) is it a mineral?
    3) is it an herb?
    4) is it an enzyme? the answer was no
    5) is it a probiotic? the answer was no
    6) is it an amino acid? the answer was no

  26. Please explain:
    Are supplements categorised? for example: the ones that support digestion, detoxification, cleansing…

  27. 1) is it a vitamin? yes
    2) is it a mineral? no
    3) is it an herb? no
    4) is it an enzyme? the answer was no
    5) is it a probiotic? the answer was no
    6) is it an amino acid? the answer was no

  28. Is it niacin?

    Is it riboflavin?

    Is it folic acid?

    Is it thiamine?

    Is it pantothenic acid?

    Is it biotin?

    Is it B6?

    Is it B12?

  29. biotin.

    Now, did you learn something from this?
    I bet you’ll need to practice.

    I am thinking of creating chat rooms for people to play with each other… What do you think?

  30. This was awesome. First I thought it was ascorbic acid and didn’t even think about B vitamins. I sure got a lot out from this game. Thank you Sophie.

  31. What I learned is how bad I am at this type of game. It took way too long to get it, and without the additional hints you threw in (especially having to hammer us with the “categories” hint), it would have taken forever to get it.

    I also found it exhausting instead of fun.

  32. The exhausting feeling definitely indicates I need practice. But to be honest I don’t know if I could push myself to play in chat rooms.

  33. From what I’ve seen on the internet supplement categories usually are like:
    Dietary
    Digestive Health
    Eye Health
    Antioxidants
    Omega Oils
    Vitamins
    Minerals
    Probiotics

    Is that what you mean by categories?

  34. The 20 Questions online game guessed it was a Vitamin in 25 tries, but might have done better with better or different answers from me:

    Q26. I am guessing that it is a vitamin?
    Right, Wrong, Close
    25. Does it bring joy to people? No.
    24. Is it round? Yes.
    23. Does it smell sweet? No.
    22. Does it roll? Sometimes.
    21. Does it taste good? Irrelevant.
    20. I guessed that it was a birth control pill? Wrong.
    19. Does it go in your mouth? Yes.
    18. Can it fit in an envelope? Yes.
    17. Is it soft? No.
    16. Is it electronic? No.
    15. Is it found in a bathroom? Sometimes.
    14. Does it contain words? No.
    13. Do you use it in public? No.
    12. Is it useful? Yes.
    11. Can it cheer you up? Irrelevant.
    10. Is it red? No.
    9. Does a hockey player use it? Maybe.
    Is it yellow? Unknown.
    8. Would you use it daily? Yes.
    7. Is it printed? No.
    6. Does it have one or more wheels? No.
    5. Does it come in a box? Sometimes.
    4. Can it be heard? No.
    3. Do you use it at work? Rarely.
    Is it white? Unknown.
    2. Does it have writing on it? Sometimes.
    1. Does it bear live young? No.
    It is classified as Unknown.

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