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Symbolism and Consciousness Pt.1

The primacy of existence to utilize and maximize the power of consciousness is necessary to be understood. First is reality. Second is knowledge from perception. Third are symbols of that knowledge from reality. Fourth are questions about reality from the basics of understanding reality. The meaning and purpose is an extrapolation from the power of abstraction, imagination, induction, intuition and […]

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Truth, Perception, Reality and Dualism

Alignment of our perception and consciousness with the truth of reality is required to evolve consciousness and increase our capacity to navigate reality as it is. There are many deceptions and false perceptions of right that veils the wrong way we are currently living. Using dualistic conceptual frameworks can help us understand the variability, multiplicity and diversity in existence.

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Symbols, Reality, Knowledge, Belief and Attachment

Symbols and Reality First came reality. Second came knowledge of reality. Third is language about reality, through symbol or word. To create symbols, Nature/Reality must be observed, so that the symbols reflect the natural science of observation in nature and its processes/systems. First symbols are pictographs, then abstract lines and curves. Symbols are analogous references to reality through an image […]

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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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Belief and Disbelief

Belief is easier than disbelief. To remove the introduction of a concept requires effort, as it is more active than the passive assimilation of perceptual input, and the passive continual acceptance of retaining a concept. If you can easily explain away any confusion in reality, you most likely lack knowledge and have beliefs that forbid nothing, everything is resolvable by […]

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Left and Right-Brain Aversion to Judgments

Left-Brain Pseudo-Skepticism Those into left-brain dominance, may become rigid skeptics, and end up not choosing many things as right or wrong in this “skeptic” delusion. They may have an aversion to “value judgments” and invalidate any premise that uses such judgments. “Value judgments” are those based in morality, i.e. right and wrong. Morality is not objective to them, so all […]

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