Melchoir - I've thought of some analogies that you might relate to. Hope it helps.
Body - (Dynamic consciousness and energy) A computer. Some are older and bigger, some are newer and smaller, but they all have the capacity to receive data in a non-biased way (based on the user).
Body senses - Any input devices (i.e. keyboard, mouse).
Chi/kundalini - Electrical current
Soul - (Static consciousness and energy) Us as the witnessing user of the computer.
Etheric bodies - Memory, storage devices in or used on our computer (i.e hard drive, memory sticks, etc)
The Akashic Records - The Internet
Lifetimes - A movie on a DVD. We can watch a movie in linear fashion, frame by frame, from beginning to end. Or we can access select moments either in the past or future.
Conflict - A computer virus that initially affects the memory (etheric bodies) but if held long enough can harm our computer (physical body). It changes our overall performance including our ability to use our input devices (body senses) to receive neutral information, and shortens the lifespan of the computer.
Reaction - Not paying attention to repeated virus warnings, despite the fact that our computer is now shooting out fireworks in a desperate plea for help and operating at the speed of dark. Continuing to do the same things over and over, like repeatedly throwing our computer out the window because it seemingly refuses to do what we want.
Response - Using a self-diagnostic to discover what the computer/user needs right now then acting on it. Using all the input devices (body senses) interactively, which creates a synchronicity and not an emnity between computer (body) and user (soul), allowing the user to remain in witnessing mode (allowing ourselves to live in stream of consciousness mode), creating more harmony between the computer and user to discover what to do in the next moment. Living from the inside out essentially.
Enlightenment - Having access to all the dvd's of all our lives. Experiencing (not just intellectually knowing) that our individual computer is not seperate, but a part of the whole internet. Experiencing the entire internet on our computer.