by Glen Swartwout
Though we have different gifts and different degrees of development of those gifts, we all share some capacity for non-local communication, both receptive and expressive…
Should we consciously impose boundaries upon this innate capacity? Yes, and we express these according to our capacities and values. I have twice been asked to test people after they passed over. That was beyond my boundary to comply. I require some ascent from the person I am to communicate with non-locally and non-verbally (energetically) for permission to enter their field, the boundary of their life force.
Do we have innate boundaries that cannot be overcome by intent? Yes, I think we cannot help but have boundaries, by our very nature. Our life exists within the divine, which of its nature also has particular form and boundaries. This is how even that which is deficient or devoid of the essence of life can exist, such as the region external to the divine life we call Hell, or the region of Purgatory between the defining double layer that defines the integrity of the Divine we call Heaven. I think all boundaries are ultimately made in the image of that double layer. The structure of all is cellular in its fractal unity.
An issue I see sometimes in biocommunication is when there is a deficient state of the psychic immunity. It most often accompanies a similar state in the immunity of the bio-body suit. In this unprotected state, that is in the absence of full presence by the biology and spirit of the organism, parasitic entities, both biological and non-corporeal may find available energies on which to feed. Nature abhors a vacuum, so when we provide a niche, whether it is unutilized sugars that feed fungi