Part way through the series so far, some comments and questions:
First, thanks Tom and Carle for making this available! It is really generous of you.
Great sound quality this time!
This has probably been already realized but in case not, when speaking to groups in general and someone other than the speaker has input, questions, comments, etc, it is customary and helpful for the speaker to repeat what is said in case someone else in the room didn't hear it clearly. This also gives the 2nd inputter the opportunity to clarify his remark if what the main speaker says sounds to him different than what he meant.
A question of logic: It was given that a person can come through a horrible car wreck unscratched, and that this salvation is ascribed to someone's intent, then, If Virtual Reality doesn't bother to produce or process oxygen on the side of the planet where there are no people but does where there are people, why would it not, say, materialize , produce or "realize" oxygen in a place where someone is suffocating, say, a group of miners trapped in a coal mine? The intent to live is more present in the second case than the first, what with everyone having plenty of time to think about matters.
A question of substance: During healings (assume the intent is all positive, in other words, and not negative or simply random), is there attached to the process and result anything from the source? For instance: if I get healed by a Canadian, am I more likely to end a sentence with the expression "eh?" ? Or, if by someone who smokes, get an urge for a cigarette? Or, if by a Mozart scholar, a freshening musical sense? If one gets healed by the Borg, is one likely to become more Borg-like?
If so, then there are extra ethical questions to be asked when it comes to attempting to heal: If a person has non-mainstream energies in their being, for instance, maybe due to an exotic friendship in NPMR say, then what are the implications for the patient?