Originally Posted by Reefs
Well, it's there on the recordings, you just didn't notice. I can also remember that story inri told about living on beer only. But I didn't remember that they also told the audience about Jerry's diet.
And you are right, everyone has his/her own special search engine that omits or highlights certain results. And you just have to adjust your mood and your search engine will adjust immediately and different results will show up.
What I'm getting though Reefs, is that you are perhaps taking certain things that have been said and then putting your own spin on them. For example; The bit about Jerry eating alot of spinach and salmon, COULD mean that he really LIKED spinach and Salmon.
I personally DID put my own spin on it and thus, took this to mean that he must be TRYING To eat what he perceives to be a healthy diet because that just sounds kind of boring and even kind of yucky to me...but then, I'm not Jerry Hicks. His food preferences might be very different than mine.
It seems that perhaps you've taken certain things that were said, such as; Esther saying that she hopes Jerry doesn't transition prior to her, and you're assuming that this means that Esther was 'attached' to the idea of her and Jerry continuing on in physicality together.
It's quite possible to have a preference for something without being attached to it. I also hold a preference for my husband and I to both live a long life to see our children grow to be adults and such, but I certainly wouldn't say that the idea of this not occurring, 'terrorizes' me.
I've listened to a lot of Abraham CD's myself as well and although I've heard certain things said that might lead us to certain conclusions, it seems to me that those details that were shared would take some individualized 'self spinning' for one to determine that attachment or lack of acceptance was absolutely
indicated by them.