Can you become your own spiritual familar servant to yourself while your alive? Is this possible? Just curious and yes. I have learned that the meaning of being alive is actually the same as a ghost. The only difference is other ghosts can see you and you can see them as your DNA is a conduit for the amen function (microwormhole inside itself). The amen function is the ourboro. The snake that eats its own tail. The entanglement connections increase the shorter the distance between them as all objects have gravity. Matter is badiclly wormhole squelch. And its totally dependant on focus. Most of the effects of reality are DNA coded. Each of us is an entire self contained baby cosmos waiting to expand into an entire universe.
This a very unique outlook on the meaning of life I suppose. The Ouroboros (tail devouring snake) is an interesting piece of symbolism for the circle of life and/or a symbol for eternity, but you are combining a lot of theories here which sound way outside the box so to speak. You are alive, you have a corporal form, you can't be divided into two entities though some possess multiple personality disorder which is a different subject all together, etc...so I would say no to your question about it being possible to be your own familiar. I can't see the value in one being their own familiar myself even if it were possible.
The OP spelt it "ourboro". So,obviously he/she didn't know the word.
Re: Amen function By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 5 Apr 02, 2015
Frankly the original post here doesn't make a lot of sense to me. I've never run into the concept of the "amen function" except as put forward by Dr. Daniel Amen who is a well known quack and charlatan. http://www.quackwatch.org/06ResearchProjects/amen_response.html
I do not believe that one can become one's own spirit guide.
That being said, each of us, I believe, has a Higher Self with which we can become more in tune. The Higher Self is that part of us (soul, spirit, or whatever) that is most in tune with the Divine or Higher Powers. Making decisions from the Higher Self can help us make better decisions that lead us closer to the Divine.