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The Council’s Use of Prononuns

This post is about a question from a reader named Jan who wants to know if The Council’s use of pronouns like ‘you’ and ‘we’ is meant to differentiate between themselves and those of us in this physical reality.

The simple answer is, we don’t think so. The Council says sometimes they say ‘you’ when they’re trying to make a point about the person who’s asked a question. And they sometimes say ‘we’ when they’re talking more generally or when they are included.

The not so simple explanation has to do with how The Council experiences reality and how we experience reality. The Council says they use you and I often to refer to the same person because we are all one. But they add this point of view takes some understanding.

The Council says, “In truth we are all parts of all reality. And yet it is easier for people to understand when we say, ‘We have chosen to be part of your reality.’ It is easier to understand it that way instead of saying, ‘We are all in everybody’s reality all the time.'”

In other words, The Council seems to be saying their choice of pronouns has less to do with differences between us and them, and more to do with making themselves more easily understood by the largest number of people.

The Council says when they use the words ‘you’ and ‘us,’ many people don’t understand they’re referring to the same thing because they see us as spiritual beings just like they are spiritual beings.

The Council suggests meditating on their answers to this question and says it will open many doors and pose many new questions.

Jan also asks about beings like angels that interact with us from a non-physical reality, but we’ve decided to answer this question in a future post.

Listen to The Council’s answer to this question in the 6-minute session below and let us know your thoughts.

December 8, 2015 Posted by | Audio Content, Choice, Questions & Answers, Spirit | , , | 2 Comments

   

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