(10-18-2014, 11:57 AM)shou Wrote: This is an interesting subject, and I would like to add my thought on it (I don’t know if I will be right, so feel free to correct me if I’m wrong). I am bent to believe that this idea of thoughtforms can apply not only to immaterial entities, but also to material ones we experience every day. For instance, I usually ask myself about what could possibly be the purpose for the existence of creatures such as mosquitoes and other bugs, since they do not seem to have any evolutionary value as far as the cosmic scheme of thing is concerned. Could it be that these organisms are actually different manifestations of certain thoughtforms? Is this why they appear to be programmed with such a compelling drive to suck blood from humans and perpetuate, so that they behave more or less in the same way one would expect a zombie to behave: existing but without living?

That's a very thoughtful observation I would say. I never actually considered such a possibility, and that is why I am willing to agree with your uggestion that those kinds of creatures such as mosquitoes may actually be directed by some kind of specific thoughtforms.

It is evident that creatures such as mosquito do not appear to have any evolutionary purpose, which means they fit the profile of embodied thoughforms. In this particular case, it would be safe to assume that each individual mosquito (or other similar creatures for that matter) are only an extension of one thoughforms of which they are individual nodes, much the same way that individual animals are simply extensions or nodes of the collective soul of their respective species. The purpose of those simple lifeforms appear to simply to survive and perpetuate, and they are entirely driven to live off the vital force of other creatures (mostly taken from human blood). This again is a characteristic of a parasitical thoughtform

This could be wrong, but at this point in time, I see your observation as quite plausible and comprehensive.