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What ifs...and Self Understanding

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posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 08:50 AM
What if everything we knew about the world is wrong, compared to what someone else knows about the world?

What if practical application is better than theory practicality?

What if we really know nothing about anything, because we do not understand ourselves.

What if the right way of learning about something starts long before our first interpretational thought of a subject.

In my view, every piece of matter gives off a frequency, vibration, tone, what ever you want to call it. We can get back to that later.

In this mixed up, disagreeing, how to do things world, I am sure we can all agree that our way of learning does not mesh very well. There is constant arguments being made every day about how better to do something, such as what I am writing.

Now. Internal reflection is the only way to make sense of anything. We see something, we process it internally, and wait for feed back. We hear something, we process the information, and again wait for feed back. Etc. etc. etc. you get it. So the only way to get information about anything is to look inside your self for your answer.

So who has the best answer? Right now, here is how the general population learns. When we become aware of our senses we start to learn about the world through them. Hot, Cold, Hunger, Sleepy, Pain, Loud, Differences, and so on. Since most people can't recall if they understood the language being spoken to them at the time, I think we can agree, for arguments sake, that we didn't. With that being true, we start our learning process from our very own experiences of our senses. After a while, when we can start to grasp a certain amount of conceptualization of communication, we start learning from what we believe to be the right interpretation of our senses.

Moving further from birth, we start to then learn from an outside source and storing what we think of as knowledge. Most of the knowledge that we have comes from an outside source. Do you remember when you heard your first lie? When you knew, without a shadow of a doubt, someone was lying to you. That is when doubt enters the equation of life. The older I get, it seems the more lies I hear. We are all on ATS for some kind of doubt in our lives.

Now back to the frequency of matter or anything. Even nothing has a frequency. We refer to it as zero. We know that our bodies interpret outside information through a frequency. Whether it is the sound, the reflected light frequency, or any type of vibration, including the frequency of information being processed by our bodies, our interpretation of anything deals with frequency.

Now comes a big question. If anyone can answer it, with proof, I would like to hear it.

How would one become internally harmonious and understand the real language of everything? Frequencies.

[edit on 30-12-2009 by Conclusion]

posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 09:13 AM
Its hard to find proof, on all of the things you mention. So...

In opinion only.....

I think the best way to get into harmony, is to get outside. Get back in touch with your instincts. We have too many distractions in regular, everyday life.
Our natural habitat is not a high-rise on Park st.

Go to the mountains, sit on top of one, and really try to feel everything. Our bodies are machines, and like any machine, it needs to be finely tuned.

But thats all just perception. I dont think there is one way to do ANYTHING.

posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 09:38 AM
Perhaps going back to our childhood memories, or rather the feel of how we used to be when we were but little children. We were innocent and very curious and we had no fear to question anything and everything. Perhaps we lost that connection and curiosity that we once expressed. Everyone knows that energy can neither be destroyed nor created, and so I wonder if we ever lost anything at all. Perhaps we are exactly everything we think we are, and when we are ready we will just 'know'.

I agree the understanding comes from within, always, and to externalize everything is only a distraction. We have an endless array of distractions at our fingertips and I have consciously expanded little, but now that I am pondering awareness itself, the very act of being aware, being (ness) and consciousness I begin to wonder if this existence is only a reflection after all. And if it is a reflection of our true essence (consciousness) then how does one live in such an odd world such as this where everywhere one turns to see only themselves?

It is a heavy-heavy topic and my ego does not like speaking of such things. I feel it must be questioned and discussed and great thread starter!!

posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 09:46 AM
reply to post by InertiaZero

That is very true with being with nature. Being in thought and in nature at once would seem to be the best place to harmonize with nature. I lived in the mountains and love it.

posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 10:06 AM
reply to post by awakened sleeper

That is very true of energy, but there has to be a source and a potential with outside kinetic interference to get the ball rolling, so to speak. Is it randomness that prevails in the universal destination of life? Does fate surf the ocean of amplitude, popping in and out of harmony throwing choice's at us?

Awareness is our minds harmonizing with the frequency of awareness, whatever that frequency might be.
Such as time. The greater population are only aware of time as linear. Time, if that is the proper word for it, is better described as events. Alas that is another thread.

This existence could be perceived as a reflection, but to perceive it as such would mean that the reflection would come from where? Ourselves? If it came from ourselves, what is it reflected off of? Other consciousness? What ever it is, it is separate from the self.

posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 10:27 AM
reply to post by Conclusion

I see everything connected. I do not understand this percept, but I can see a hazy dotted connection. Is it a reflection or all the same thing? Like the separateness is the illusion and in reality everything is one..

What is the self? I am, but what is the 'I' in I am? Are we nothing but consciousness?

I am not sure and remain open and receptive.

posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 08:31 PM
reply to post by awakened sleeper

I am afraid at this point in the event I have more questions than answers. I am glad that I have found a like minded friend to take this journey with, and to ask the right questions in order to get the right answer.

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