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Until we get it, we just don’t get it… truth takes time, I learned that reality

I talk about things. I tend to do a decent job of explaining them. Yes, more elaborate, in depth and precise explanations can be given. I’m referring to my original work that deals with deeper subject matter. Naturally, since I only briefly explain or define some aspects of reality, some people don’t understand. I can’t explain hours of prerequisite knowledge […]

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Trivium in Reality – Language and Reality Pt.1

Why does the Trivium Method matter? Learning about how we learn and how we think allows us to improve our ways of thinking and therefore learning as well. Content: 1.1 Trivium in Reality 1.2 Grammar and Logic in Reality   Video Audio Download .mp3: Trivium in Reality – Language and Reality Pt.1   1.1 – Trivium in Reality The Trivium […]

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Time, Freedom and Thought – Importance of Thought (book excerpt)

“In the context of your technocratic society, Vladimir, Man’s thought is enslaved by the limits and conventions of this world. In fact, the technocratic world can only exist when the freedom of Man’s thought is nullified and the energy of his thought is absorbed by it.” “Something’s not clear to me here. Every Man over his lifetime can do a […]

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Belief From Input Only (Grammar)

New Agers, pseudo-spiritualists, and other people who are stuck in primarily an input only mode of observation (grammar), with lack of processing the data they gathered (logic), are running around adding things together to form ideas and concepts, but they are not processing them correctly to determine their veracity or credibility. They end up creating hodgepodge mass belief systems attached […]

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Objective Detachment

People fail to see reality for what it is, because they are not looking at it objectively in a detached manner. People will try to find Truth through the lens of attachment to their own specific behavior. The only way to determine real Truth is to be detached from yourself, your actions, behaviors, self-image and worldview. That is objective appraisal […]

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