Data stores are permanent storage areas within the spiritual world, which contain data that is either used to execute the systems of the universe or which has been accumulated from Perceptions – thus an aggregated and summarised view of what we have created.
The data stores are part of the overall master Database in the spiritual world. One should perhaps conceive of them as types of file within the database, organised around defined classes of things.
Data stores can be ‘distributed’ . All this means is that the master data store might be copied when it is allocated to each physical thing. We each have the Data store Memory and we each have the data store Perceptions .
In the diagram below, which is the one I have used throughout the site as the Model of our mind, the data stores are the yellow rectangular boxes.
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- Ahmad Ahsai, Shaykh - Kitab Sharh al-Ziyara - Nothing is which does not have its Treasury with Us
- Anna from Greece has a NDE from childbirth
- Benjamin, Walter - Illuminations - Data stores
- Bertalanffy, Ludwig von - Function dependencies
- Boehme, Jacob - Aurora - The Word
- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor - Preface to Christabel - On Plagiarism
- Coleridge, Samuel Taylor - To William Wordsworth
- Dreaming up original songs
- Emerson, Ralph Waldo - The Poet - When the soul of the poet has come to ripeness of thought
- Grof, Dr Stanislav - Access to unknown functions
- Hobson, Dr Allan - Dreaming and its use in creative pursuits
- Jung, C G - The Spirit in Man, Art and Literature - Databases and Data stores
- Krishna, Gopi - the kundalini experience - powers gained
- Maeterlinck, Maurice - And the controversy over La Vie des Termites
- Maid and poesy
- Mutwa, Vusamazulu Credo - The Hidden Lake
- Pearse, Richard - The wonderful world of Richard Pearse
- Plagiarism - W B Yeats' story
- Ramachandran, Dr V S - Nancy the nurse sees cartoons
- Rumi - Divani Shamsi Tabriz - Every fair shape you have seen
- Russell, George William - Short quotes
- Whitman, Walt - Who learns my lesson complete