Author Archives: Kris Nelson

Free Will Choice and Causal Determinism

The effects we create can’t be undone once they manifest. They happened. The power to create change comes from our free will choice to do so, based on the effects that exist now. Video ¬†https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dS_oAQmbD_I Audio Stream or Download   I will start with the middle and give a brief overview of the Trinity of Consciousness (thoughts, emotions and actions). […]

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Seeking Truth and Morality Comes from the Core of Who We Are

Most of us try to live through the idea of what we consider to be “good”. But our ability to actualize the authentic, genuine, real, true good is limited by various barriers.a Many falsities are accepted as “truth” which creates an illusory perceptual framework of reality that blinds us to what is actually happening. By digging deeper into the false […]

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Reaping What We Sow – Insulated Bubbles of Reality (v2)

This is elucidating how we are preventing ourselves from self-correcting our mistakes, through all the controls and restrictions upon our freedom and personal responsibility. When things operate normally, we all see and can feel the consequences of how we all choose to affect this planet. But when we choose to ignore, or are forced to ignore and be made ignorant […]

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Standing Up and Standing Out – The Fear of Ostracism is Worse than Death

The fear of being disliked, not accepted, rejected, shunned, ostracized or expelled from your social connectivity or relationships with others, is a strong motivator to not do certain things. sourceWe don’t steal others lives, sexual selection, personal safety, or property in order to maximize of cooperative survival advantage. We do this mostly because they help us survive, and because they […]

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Cheerleader Effect – Cognitive Biases (Pt.12)

The cheerleader effect, or group-attractiveness effect, is a tendency to value appearances based on a comparative assessment with the surroundings. Certain traits will appear more attractive due to the perceived amplification from contrast. When looked at individually they no longer get the contrasting cheerleader effect. Surprisingly, this is a new term, from a 2008 “How I Met Your Mother” episode, […]

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