Computers are made in the image of people, just as people are made in the image of God. Every creation is, in some respects, a self-portrait of its creator. So although we are not limited to the mechanical functions of computers, we work in similar ways. Of course, we humans are also our own programmers, as well as being the data, hardware and software that runs those programs.
The three main components of a computer are hardware, software and information or data. Let’s start with hardware… the components that make up the physical equipment:
• The hard drive is your bio-magnetic field, or the area of charged particles around the body. All your information is in the field, stored in digital form on rings that are read by light.
• The CPU is your brain. An astonishing range of problems are caused by glitches in the brain chemistry. For instance, dyslexia arises when communication is unable to cross the mid-line (top to bottom, side to side, or front to back). Each quadrant of the brain deals with different types of processing; when those are repaired or re-stored, many other physical disorders can also be rectified.
• Wiring has several equivalents in the human body: it’s the nervous system, plus the meridians and a couple of other systems. The most significant type of wiring is the connection between the brain and the body, which operates on both physical and non-physical levels.
• Your mouse, keyboard and other input devices correlate to the eyes, ears, and other senses, because those are what convey external information to the internal processors (CPU) and information storage devices (like the hard drive).
• An optional component is a printer, which creates physical output from the internal processes in your computer. In your human energy system, your output is your physical LIFE!
So… just as with an electronic computer, information is scooped up and filtered through the CPU before being deposited in the hard drive, or field. From there, it is retrieved, sifted, manipulated using programs, and stored again – or sent to the printer or other output device.
All of these components must be compatible; a PC mouse or keyboard won’t work with a Mac computer, or vice versa. They cannot recognize each other or work together. The same thing happens when your components have glitches – they cannot do their work properly, separately or as a system.
We looked at hardware, so now let’s look at software, or the automated patterns we use to manipulate data and create output.
• Software is the interface between hardware and output. Any computer program is an ordered series of steps in a programming language or code. These steps must be compiled in the precise order required for the program to work. In the human system, the equivalent of software is our thoughts, feelings, beliefs and desires – all the automatic patterns by which we find ourselves acting.
• System architecture is the layout of the logic circuits, and it determines what kind of operating system will work in the overall system.
• An operating system provides the overall framework that allows the software to connect with the hardware and the operator. Examples of an operating system are Windows, OS/X for Mac, and Unix. Programs generally work in only one operating system at a time. Your operating system is your Immortal Soul.
• Formatting is the exact way information must be aligned for a given program to act correctly. The data must be in the right kind of file or else the program can’t read it. Other people’s files tend not to be correctly formatted for your inner computers.
• Every program is susceptible to internal glitches and external attacks such as computer viruses. When you pick up a computer virus, there are three possible outcomes: you run a program that you don’t want, or you use a lot of system re-sources getting past the incorrect programming, or your computer crashes. When you attempt to run other people’s programs or automatic patterns that do not suit your operating system or some other aspect of your inner computers: eventually your whole system will crash, leading to exhaustion, illness or even death.
Thus, as with electronic computers, software compatibility is just as important as hard-ware compatibility. Unless the operating system matches the system architecture… and the computer programs match the operating system… and the data is in files that match the computer programs… and the data is stored correctly in the hard drive… well, you get the picture!
Even if all the parts are compatible, any or all of them can fall prey to both internal and external problems ranging from misunderstandings to deliberate attacks and general epidemics. And of course the results in your human bio-computers are about what you would expect: unreliability, brain fog, loss of memory, physical ailments, exhaustion, and all manner of other negative conditions.
We looked at hardware and software, so now let’s look at information or data in the human computers. Every computer needs information to work on, otherwise there is nothing to apply those programs to, right? So what creates or loads information in your system?
The basis of all your data starts with sensory impressions. Every day, your eyes, ears, taste buds, nose and skin perceive gazillions of impressions, and they are ALL stored in your bio-magnetic field or hard drive. These impressions are filtered by your thoughts, feelings and beliefs, and only the significant one make it into consciousness… but they are all there somewhere, and they form the basis of your Akashic records. The Akashic records ‘ripen’ and form the basis of your next ‘lifetime’ – and in every physical incarna-tion you have dozens of lifetimes. But that’s another story…
No matter what you know or remember consciously, everything that has ever happened to you is stored somewhere in your hard drive, plus everything you’ve ever thought, felt, believed, or done. This information exists forever as files in your hard drive – unless you change, clear or delete them. Your system cannot tell the difference between what actually happened, your memories, interpretations, or what you imagine. Thus we can shift and reorganize those files to allow or create what we actually want, rather than running or recycling earlier traumas.
Your field is your memory. Left to their own devices, your inner files will run themselves from time to time and recreate earlier situations, both positive and negative. The more negative files you have, the more they will attract or create similar results. This is why some people have multiple accidents, or have the same relationship over and over again, just with different people. Their files keep them at that lower resonance. (Of course, there are other reasons bad things happen, too, but this attracts them.)
From time to time you need to clean up your desktop or laptop computer, and the same is true for your inner bio-computers. You are constantly creating from your hard drive, for good or for ill, because whatever’s in there is attracting similar results. So if you want to have a great life, start filling up your database with what you want to create: your happy life with great relationships, opulence and vibrant health. There’s a lot to be said for reading a couple of verses of inspirational writing every day, just to fill your database with higher frequencies based on faith, hope, charity, higher love, patience and faith.
Whatever’s in your files will come out in your life. That’s what Geotran human programming is for: to change your files, wiring, software, and all the rest. Once everything is compatible once more, you can start creating from a positive, conscious database… whatever that looks like to you!
Dr. Kyre Adept is a certified Geotran™ human programmer and integration coach. Her practice ART of Integration is based in Santa Barbara, and she works with clients all over the world via phone and skype. Ready to create your rich, delicious life? For details and your FREE consultation, contact Dr. Kyre at www.ART-of-Integration.com, or by email at DrKyre@DrKyre.com.