Category Archives: Consciousness

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How to Escape the Psychology of Control

This is a great video where Mark Passio and Richard Grove discuss perception, keys to perceiving accurately with critical thinking, logic, etc., and evolution of consciousness that happens when we align our perceptions with reality, truth, what ‘is’. This is a primer course for truth, belief, perceptions, illusions, reality, logic, critical thinking, the Trivium, and more.

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Attachment to Institutional Belief Systems – Self-Knowledge Barriers Pt.4b

Video Audio Download .mp3: Attachment to Institutional Belief Systems A subset of the belief systems we get attached to and base aspects of our identity upon, are the institutions that relate to them. There are specific institutions that sustain, promote and often control the belief systems they are based upon. Banking controls the monetary system. Religion controls a spiritual aspect. […]

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Ego-Personality-Identity Attachment – Self-Knowledge Barriers Pt.4a

Video Audio Download .mp3: Ego-Personality-Identity Attachment   Attachment to an erroneous belief construct used as a form of identification, self-image, self-worth, purpose, meaning, etc., is a deeply ingrained condition of the current human psyche. We identify who we are with roles we engage in. A standard topic brought in when meeting someone new, is to ask them what they do, […]

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Admit Wrong and Imagine Better – Self-Knowledge Barriers Pt.2

Unlearning and Admitting Wrong Understanding who we are, what we are doing here, and what is taking place within and around us is restricted by barriers to awakening consciousness, self-realization, self-knowledge, etc. that in turn prevent us from facing ourselves. Letting go of attachment to illusions is the way to learn who we truly are. A person may need to […]

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Consciousness and the Cerebral Hemispheres

Our consciousness, as it is manifesting through the faculties of the brain, is the underlying causal factor of what generates our experience by the expressions of our thought, emotion and action. In this sense the external world we contribute to and co-create is truly a reflection of what is going on inside of us as we manifest outwards through our actions. If the physiological component (brain) through which consciousness is able to manifest in this experience is not functioning properly, we don’t engage in much higher order thinking.

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