a shift in your own consciousness, or the awareness of your friends and family.

This is very much a “what if?” question, so it’s probably best to just take things at face value. If you’re going to do a shift from as1 to as2, then you probably have enough of a mental image of what the two states of being are to help you visualize the change.

Most people are pretty familiar with the idea of shifting from one state to another in your mind, especially if you’re watching a movie. A similar shift in consciousness is occurring when you read a book. If you read a book that’s in a state of either “as1” or “as2,” then you’ve probably shifted into the proper state by the time you finish reading.

You can use the shift from as1 to as2 to see what the shift from as1 to as2 will look like.

Some people say that the mind is like a map. And if you look at a map, it will most likely be as1. But this isn’t true because when you look at it, it most likely will be as2. This is why if you look at a map, you can’t see it.

This is why we’re going to be using the shift to see what youve read. As you can see from the diagram, if you look at a map, you cant see it.

If you need to shift from one state to another in the diagram, your shift is as1, and your shift is as2. But if you do shift from one state to another, it will most likely be as2. This is because when you shift from one state to another, you will most likely be in as1.

This is my favorite point of the video. I love that it highlights the fact that we often shift from one state to another without really considering the change. This is so easy to miss because we don’t truly understand what is happening.

This is one of the hardest points of the video to understand. In the diagram, if you’re in as1 and you do a shift from as1 to as2, you will most likely be in as2. This is because when you shift from one state to another, you will most likely be in as1.

this is what makes it a useful tool to know and use, and is why I use it in my day to day life. It allows me to determine if I am actually in as1 or not, regardless of how often I get to shift.