Butterflies Are Free To Fly
ONE PLAYER PER INFINITE I?
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Question: Is an Infinite I limited to having only one Player representing it in the
Answer: I can’t say for sure, of course, but probably not.
Think about it this way….
An Infinite I has infinite power, infinite joy, infinite wisdom, infinite abundance,
infinite love, and an infinite desire to play and express itself creatively. I can’t imagine,
with the infinite number of games to play in an infinite universe, an Infinite I would limit
itself to playing just one game – the Human Game on Earth – with just one Player. But
Our egos would like us to think we’re very special – each one of us – and that we
must each have just one Infinite I that created us and looks after us, and only us. But I
doubt it. It would make more sense that a unique and individual Infinite I would have a
number of different Players in a number of different games, perhaps even in a number of
To take this one step further, it’s also possible a unique Infinite I can have more than
one Player on Earth at the same time! I had a friend who was “remembering” (in trance) a
lifetime during World War II when she was a British soldier and got involved in a
firefight with a German soldier. They killed each other at the same time over a foxhole.
As my friend’s “soul” left her British soldier’s body, she “saw” the “soul” of the German
soldier leave its body as well; and to her great surprise, she realized they both belonged to
the same Infinite I!
Why not? An Infinite I is not limited to the number of Players it can have in the
Human Game, even simultaneously. Perhaps your wife, or your husband, or your
children, or your best friend, or your worst enemy, is another Player from the same
Infinite I. Won’t we all be surprised to find out one day?!
But the fact that your Infinite I may also have another Player – or more – does not
affect your relationship with that Infinite I at all. Just like a parent who has more than one
child, there is not (or should not be) any favoritism, any more or less love for one than
another, any dilution of the caring and the guidance and the energy for you as one of its
Players simply because there may be others.
In fact, each of us can actually think about our Infinite I as our “own,” if somehow
that makes things easier. It really doesn’t matter. The possibility that you might “share”
an Infinite I with another Player has no relevance or bearing on how you play the Human
Game. It is interesting, however, to consider the possibility that the person causing you
the most discomfort in a particular holographic experience may, in fact, be your “brother”
or “sister” – that you share the same Infinite I!