Virtual Reality 3
TRAINEE Homo Sapien, Sol, nervously approached the human body simulator – better known on the Spiritual Plane as the ‘Personal Sphere of Perceived Reality’ (PSPR for short) – that was sitting unattended in one ethereal corner of The Creator’s Realm after being reprogrammed in readiness for Sol’s next simulation.
He anxiously wiped away the beads of perspiration forming on his spiritual brow, for no matter how many simulations he had performed over eternity, each and every time there was that same inner gut feeling of excited anticipation.
He knew from experience that while he was in the PSPR, he would forget who he really was so as to be able to fully experience the contrasts of positive and negative forces (not available on the Spiritual Plane) that were programmed into the simulation of human life. Before blastoff, this always made him feel just a little uneasy.
This PSPR had been purposely assigned to Sol as it had his full agenda for the missions he was to accomplish this time around, put together from all his learning achievements, then added to the collective progress of humankind so far and programmed into the simulators memory banks.
Also programmed in was the assistance he was to give other souls from his local family group to help them complete their life missions, while they in turn assisted him. Sols agenda was continually updated after each simulated lifetime.
He had started his training long ago in PSPRs much more primitive than this one where he learned the basics of keeping the human body alive. As he piloted the simulators through many lifetimes of injuries, sickness, pain and deaths, he became more proficient at keeping the simulation going for longer and longer.
The simulators themselves also evolved into more advanced models as The Creator shared Sols learning experiences – as well as all the other trainees that were learning to handle human life – thus enabling The Creator to regularly update the PSPR’s with the latest technology.
Soul needed to learn every aspect of human life. He had mastered the basic survival techniques long ago and was well on his way towards learning the difficult intricacies of human emotional and intellectual survival.
The ultimate aim was for Sol and all the other trainees to graduate and become fully qualified Physical Plane selves enabling them to be consciously aware of who they really were whilst piloting a PSPR on the simulated Physical Plane.
They were still nowhere near to the stage of evolutionary development that was necessary for that to be possible. Many more simulations were yet needed, not only for Sol, but for all trainee human life simulator pilots.
The inside of the simulator was called the ‘Mind’ rather than the Cockpit. The monitors at the front of the mind simulated a view of the illusory Physical Plane where human life was to be experienced, a view that changed repeatedly as Sol guided the PSPR through physical time.
Apart from Sol, there were two assistants, an instructor/co-pilot and a flight engineer that made up the crew of the human body simulator…
Dan’s Quote: “Two advisers are always available to us,
____________success or disaster depends on which advice we heed.”- Danny Brand