From Volume One: “To look at it another way, we are never in our human bodies, ever at all. We focus upon them, we create them, but we are neither of them nor in them.“
Comment from Tesla: “I think it can be more properly said that you focus through your bodies, and the state of your body definitely has something to do with your experiences because of this. A cracked, dirty, oily, stained, or misadjusted lens is of little use, and will definitely limit your view, and your viewpoint. And, as in the metaphor of the cave where reality is the shadows on the wall, your stained, cracked, or misadjusted view becomes your reality of course. But to show that the you of you is not created by the body, there are three clues. The first is your general lack of a sense of time. If someone asks you, “What time is it?” you will look at your watch, even though you have just consulted it. Through its DNA, your body does indeed have a sense of time, as evidenced by the results with cloning, and the way certain systems react to light.
If you were truly of your body and your consciousness what created wholly and entirely by it, you would be constantly aware of the minutest moments. The second is near death experiences; this subject has been covered at great length elsewhere, and I see no reason to give examples here, save to say that some of the memories are created by your encountering para-light, the essential, vibrationless light of Source. The third is any of various exceptional phenomena, such as remote viewing, body doubling, retaining consciousness even when the brain has been compromised, and spontaneous healing, and yes, at present these are exceptional although they need not be. Consciousness primes physicality for its own use, and has layered and layered more and more “realness” into the 4-D points of engagement, such that, with some human beings, the divine intention can be directly expressed.”