The Student writes: I recently
came up with the idea of speaking to my Thought Adjuster.
Even though I cannot hear Her voice, I thought it would be
great to start showing Her my interest in making contact.
I also think it helps me to more clearly realize that my
TA dwells inside of me.
The thought of a Spark of
God dwelling inside of me is still a new idea – a
new concept for me. However, since I started my conversations
my TA, I have noticed that
if I speak to Her during meditation, She reacts! My body
jolts, and it seems as if She is greeting me and tries to
assure me that She can hear me. I have experienced these
jolts since I was a child when I was about to fall asleep,
and when I was very relaxed.
The difference now is that they also happen as a reaction
to my attempts to communicate with my Thought Adjuster.
George answers: Thought Adjusters always respond, in some
In 1995 I was still unaware
of the Urantia Papers’ term “Thought
Adjuster”. I was aware of us all having a “Spirit
Self”, or “Pilot Light”. At the time I
had a clinic at my university and one complex case is worth
of a report, because it was so unusual. Most unusual!
The patient was in her mid
thirties, and she came to see me “for strength regarding her upcoming divorce”,
claiming that she clammed up under stress, and that many
lies would be told about her in court, presumably by her
soon-to-be-single-again husband, who blamed her for having
been unfaithful to him, and was divorcing her to marry someone
I asked her if she had been faithful to him. That question
was enough to cause her great stress. She visibly clammed
up, but her right arm shot out with great force -- a killer
punch for anyone within her reach, and so I decided to thoroughly
psych test her. There was nothing mentally wrong with her,
but the particular test I used showed a serious thyroid abnormality
to be present.
It was a mystery. Conveniently, this was during a university
break, and we took our time (days) to figure things out.
It was the Thought Adjuster responding in the positive with
that strange right arm punch into fresh air to every appropriate
question. The patient was mostly able to respond in the negative.
The court magistrate accepted
my psych report, as well as her strange punches in the
air for unquestionable “yes” answers,
and soon after she got her thyroid medicine she attained
some form of mind-to-mind communication with her Thought
This woman had driven some 600 plus miles to my university
to obtain the answer to a strange habit that had made her
a virtual outcast in her community, likely dead meat in her
court case, only because Providence, not coincidence, had
seen to her meeting up with a past patient of mine in another
state in Australia.
Thought Adjusters always respond, in some way. Midwayers
take care of the rest. This universe is well-ordered, thank