Tag Archives: natural law

Is Killing the Same as Murder?

This is related to a previous post about the difference between force and violence. To murder is to kill, but to kill is not necessarily to murder. The same direction is applied with force and violence, violence is force but force is not necessarily violence. Kill vs. Murder Kill http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=kill&allowed_in_frame=0 http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=quell&allowed_in_frame=0 http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/killen#Middle_English http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/quell#English http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/tutor#Latin Kill = to end a life. […]

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Is Force the Same as Violence?

There is obfuscation and confusion perpetuating society regarding what force means and how that differs from violence. This confusion leads to an inhibition and pacification of the Sacred Masculine principle of self-defense in alignment with Natural Law. What is Force? – strength or energy – exertion against something that resists What is Violence? – force exerted for the purpose of […]

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Intentions

Intention is only important to get to the result of right action. As I wrote in the bottom right corner of the Trinity aspects of Consciousness diagram I made: “Cause and effect are central. Thought and Emotion alone get nothing done in the manifested reality, but are the foundations for right-action.” The road to hell is paved with good intentions. […]

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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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