Originally posted by uplander
Hi teacher, I have a couple of questions for you. Please don't be offended, as I am truely curious and my questions are true.
1. Do you study these word associations because you are programmed to do so?
We are what we are. Our first computer is and has been our own mind. Have i been "programmed" to do so? Perhaps i am merely defragging my first
computer, breaking down the boundries within my own mind. I see things a lot more clearly than before.
2. Have you always been fascinated by these associations, or is it new?
I have had a life, that is for sure. No, i have not ever been fascinated by these associations, and my studies are diverse, to say the least. No,
one day about 2 years ago as i was nearing the age of 33, something within revealed this thing, as well as other things to me.
3. Do you study other things and find the unrelated to be newly related after study?
most of the time, the answer would have been no. But afterwards things fit into my mind better. What initiated this was the following metephorical
Have you ever held a truth in your hand? Have you ever had in your right hand a undeniable truth which was proven as fact, and could not be
discredited or proven to be false, because everything you know tell you it is real?
Have you ever held another absolute fact in your other hand?
In both hands you hold things you know are real.
You know that all other things you know are telling you that in both hands you hold 2 abslutley undeniable truths, which can not be proven wrong.
But as you cup your hands together, and look at the sum of the two, you know it can not be true? You know it is not real, not true?
If what you hold in your right hand is absolute truth, and what you hold in your left hand is also absolute truth, but when you view them together,
they can not be .... .
then something is wrong with the observer. Something must be wrong with the one passing judgment on the 2 things, right?
math. we trust it. simple multiplication, division, addition and subtraction:
a relative, but loose example of how math can be percieved as wrong:
3 guys are travelling. They stop at a hotel to rent a room.
The room is $30 a night.
They split the cost of the room 3 ways, so each of the 3 pays $10.
$10 times 3 guys is $30. The cost of the room is $30.
The next morning the hotel manager is handing out rebates to her rooms, and giving money back to each room because the cable/tvs were out for part the
The hotel manager gives $5 to give back to the 3 guys who each paid $10 for the room.
On the way to the room the bellhop pockets $2 for his self.
When the bellhop gets to the room he gives each of the 3 guys $1 a piece.
Since each guy originally paid $10 for the room, and each guy got $1 back, then each of the three guys have now paid $9 for the room, right?
there are still 3 guys. The room was $30. Each of the 3 friends have paid $9 a piece for the room.
3 guys times $9 a piece is a total of $27.
$27 plus the $2 the bellhop pocketed is $29, right?
3 guys paid $9 each for a $30 room. The bellhop has $2.
27 plus 2 equals 29, right?
but the room was $30.
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OTHER DOLLAR?
Is the math not right?
Is the wording not right?
Can you convince yourself that you can account for how this mathamatical word problem is not a problem?
4 Do you pray / meditate about subjects and these things are shown to you as to be the way?
Yes, but sometimes when something uncomfortable presents itself, you merely have to go through it, and know it can not be true.
The reason I ask, it seems like something is trying to fill your mind with worthless thoughts so you will stop thinking about the true issues at hand.
A diversion, if you will.
Worthless thoughts to the mind of an observer. I don't think it is worthless to see how ignoring 99.99999997 of our own thoughts best serves us.
Most people who are still subjugated and ruled by "self preservation" only see 2 options when evaluating whatever they look at.
Our conscious programming causes us to ask ourselves only two angles/questions:
Like the devil on one shoulder and the angel on the other, always listening to either or both of them, but constantly overlooking the head that lies
Everything you experience you only look at it from 2 angles, and ask yourself only 2 questions:
1) How can this be benificial for me, how can i use this for my purpose, how can this be utilized for myself and the things i love and care about?
2) What are the negative consequences, how could this be detrimental to myself and the things i love and care for?
The pros and cons of the object/issue.
#1 question is representative of the devil, a selfish view of whatever it is.
#2 question is representative of what the angel may say that is purched on the other shoulder, not representing goodness or godlyness, but
representing FEAR, and the consequences of what could happen. Every angel that appeared in the old testament always started by saying:"Be not
afraid". And if that imaginary voice is a representative of Godlyness, do you think God fears?
Now, think back to before your OCD with words started.
Was there something you were researching or just beginning to research before and now you have "lost" it?
No, the things i was researching seemed to come together. I lost nothing, although i was willing to lose everything for just one moment with the
truth, and i found many things i had been seeking, and things i was not even aware of that were lost.
Do you know anything about remote viewing? Some people are able to remote view suggestions to humans to confuse and debilitate them.
Intention is everything, and there is a portion of your subconscious mind that will always remain true to yourself. What has created the boundries
within your own mind? No more fences.
Do you know of any mental blocks you could use for when you meditate? Even being in deep thought about a subject leaves your mind's back doors open,
so to speak. You are vulnerable.
Yep, it is like getting to the bottom of the rabbit hole and finding yourself looking down at the stars.
When i meditate, there are no mental blocks. Fearless, i open all the doors. But, do not deny myself, nor my own intentionality.
I welcome the vulnerability with a smile, because i am. And even though all things may be stripped away from me, i still will be able to say "i