The monthly Fireside Chat sessions with physicist and author Thomas Campbell have been published on Youtube for several years. Now they are also available as an audio podcast.
This is the 3rd edition of the Youth Fireside Chat with Tom Campbell. The participants were the same as during the last edition: Kyle from United Kingdom and Alexander from Australia.
0:00:30 What can you tell us about the way NPMR (non-physical-matter) realities work?
0:04:35 Could the larger consciousness system ever have a glitch? Limitations of the computer metaphor
0:09:05 What would happen if the larger consciousness system crashed?
0:11:10 Can there be a huge breach of ruleset in our reality (e.g. someone walking through a solid wall)?
0:17:10 Why does focusing too hard on a goal during meditation make it impossible to achieve it?
0:19:50 What are other tools besides meditation to achieve point consciousness and change datastreams?
0:24:00 Why is everything rooted in ego according to MBT?
0:30:00 Can consciousness leave an avatar without the avatar knowing? Does it leave inactive avatars?
0:36:15 Is it possible for consciousness to log onto a robot?
0:44:30 If scientists clone a human - where does the consciousness for the new avatar come from?
0:48:45 What is entropy?
0:53:40 If our reality is objective, would time dialation still occur?
0:56:15 Could MBT end up as a religion? What would be the consequences?
1:03:30 Could such a religious MBT organisation be advantageous to MBT by spreading the message?
1:06:00 Is there a reason for it when people receive nudges from the LCS?
1:08:00 How could we explain the Mandela Effect? Is the Mandela Effect a sort of nudge?
1:18:00 What happens to consciousness when someone is in a coma?
1:20:20 How Tom comes up with answers based on his MBT model
1:23:05 Why do people who are more evolved go into realities that are not very evolved?
1:25:35 Why do people tend to be sheep and simply follow others? Conformity & social standards
1:30:55 Why aren't we born into this virtual reality knowing that it is one?
1:35:30 How flexible is the ruleset of our reality, how far can it be pushed if you are alone?
1:43:15 Why do you take your beliefs and fears with you when you change datastreams?
1:45:10 Why are our egos so self-centered and selfish? Why did they turn out like that?
1:51:45 Why are children fueled by ego and fear?
2:03:40 Are there other races in other realities that we would consider aliens?
2:05:00 The importance of starting to reduce fears at a young age
2:07:45 It would be nice to have more young people involved in the Youth Fireside Chats
2:09:20 How did Tom realize that this reality is not what it seems? Tom's early childhood experiences
2:13:35 Difficulties grasping that reality is entirely different from what we were taught
2:17:45 Feeling different than other children at school, being different can create fear in others
2:20:30 Rejection of MBT ideas by the majority - Approaches to work around that problem
Categories | 2017
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Hopefully you enjoy this new opportunity to access the Fireside Chats as a podcast.
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