Of all the resources available in the world minerals, technology, finances, war machines, internet, enterprises, education and etcetera the greatest human resource in the world outside of all the above-named resources mentioned is the human mind.

The different construct and reality of the mind allows for both a physical and a spiritual launch platform. Should science reach the point of being able to construct a duplicate of the human brain (and no doubt they will), they will then be able to tap into physical consciousness.

However, there will never be a time or a future that scientists will be able to tap into a human’s spiritual consciousness. The human person is a compound person consisting of a physical body and a spirit. Physical consciousness arises via the human physical body and its brain.

Spiritual consciousness arises via the human spirit, its implant connection to the human body and its transconnection to its Soul. (It is understood that “soul” can also be a definition for describing the human body.) However, the Soul (note capitalized) referred to here regards humankind’s spiritual connections to God (such as “the kingdom within”). Compare Luke 17:20-21 KJV.

The human mind remains untapped of its full potential. Even Jesus Christ said His followers would do greater works than He had done (compare John 14:12 KJV). He further stated it was a must for the Holy Spirit to replace His physical ministry in order to bring the people into the fullness of the truth (compare John 16:13 KJV). Part of this fullness of the truth was the ability of the Holy Spirit to restore lost memory (compare John 14:26 KJV).

In the writ of the Bible it is said: someday knowledge will cover the Earth as waters cover the sea (compare Habakkuk 2:14 KJV). New technology on the rise will certainly continue bringing knowledge to more and more of the untouched corners and nooks of the world. This particular rise of knowledge, of course, regards physical knowledge.

Understand, even spiritual knowledge has to be assimilated in a physical way if it is to be known by the physical brain and body. So then does spiritual knowledge become physical knowledge? A person can become aware of the spiritual without perceiving it. Spiritual things are understood by the spirit (compare 1 Corinthians 2:14 KJV). This action is not exactly, but on the order of an “out-of-the-body experience” in the sense of tapping into information not of this world while still in this world and then, furthermore, bringing that information into an essence of physical conscious awareness.

The potential awaits for those who hunger and thirst for this spiritual knowledge. There is a natural (physical) wisdom, and there is a spiritual wisdom (compare 1 Corinthians 2:4-13 KJV).

There always seems to be a parallel between the physical world and the spiritual world. When the physical world moves to a new dimension or momentum, the spiritual world becomes more available for moving along with the pace.

The world is rich with buried treasure of the mind. Start thinking of this; it’s not too soon.

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