reply to post by Tindalos2013
I can also explain the principle in the opposite sense:
Basically, Imagine two individuals whom are facing each other, each have special mirrors that are both reflective and transparent through the opposite
side. When the first person speaks, the second holds up a mirror and the first person sees his words reflected back to him, and the second person sees
the first persons words as they were meant to be. However, as we know, mirrors reflect an image in reverse, so, when the first person communicates a
positive message, he perceives a negative reaction. However, the individual holding the mirror, being behind the mirror, will receive the true message
if the words also pass through the mirror. Thus, the initial individual will get a false idea that his statement was received negativley by the second
individual, when in actual fact, it was received positivley as intended.
Since the phenomenon happens to both individuals, when both individuals communicate, there is an effective "blind spot". The asynchronous information
received as a reflection is stored in the "ego" - thus, an individual that constantly communicates positive words will have an ego that is negative,
and yet the true state of his nature is positive. An individual that constantly communicates negative words will have an ego that is positive, and yet
the true state of his nature is negative. Thus, those with a "negative" balance in thier ego will experience confusion and distress, and must rely on
thier faith that thier positive actions will be rewarded. Those with a "positive" balance will experience a strong ego and will be under the dellusion
that they are rewarded for negative actions.
The ego, itself, is the idea that each individual is identified by the mirror that they hold, and paradoxically, the mirror that they hold reflects
their individuality in an opposite light, promoting the idea that the people around them are paradoxically the same because they all have the same
mirror. If we take another step, then all the mirrors could be connected to each other across many individuals, giving us the idea that everone else
is the same person that we are, only that when we look at them we see an opposite version of ourselves, or different "slices" of ourselves. As you can
see, it would cause a lot of conflict. In effect, the ego is a false self that prevents us from being able to express our true selves.
Lastly, if the ego stores the information, like a computer, within the mind of each individual, if the system were to "invert", then individuals with
a negative balance will be reimbursed with positive energy from the negative individuals who have positive egos. The individuals with a positive
balance will be deducted and will receive negative energy from the true consequences of their negative actions.
There could be an attempt to "reverse the polarity" of the mirror, thus a mirror that reflects an opposite, and then flips the message so that
positive and negative line up - the only problem with this, is that there will be an additional conflict between users who have the old system,
perhaps being made to "sell out" to the new system, or remain stuck in the old system. The weakness is, however, that when the system inverts itself,
the old system will invert and the new system will not, creating a net effect that is still the same, with perhaps individuals with a positive balance
and a positive mentality (positive ego individuals who have sold out) receiving negative energy (double crossed) and individuals with a negative
balance and a negative mentality (negative ego individuals who have "crossed over") receiving positive energy from negative individuals, however, upon
reaching the otherside will be "crossed out" as the positive energy will be translated into their negative side.
Thus, the only way around it is to be a positive individual with an ego deficit, that does not "sell out" and does not "cross over" (remains true),
reaching the otherside and being reimbursed with all the positive energy accumulated from thier positive actions.
As a final final note, individuals could reverse-perceptualise thier interactions, that is, perceive positive as negative and negative as positive,
and reflect positivity as negativity and negativity as positivity. They would also have to maintain a "balance of accounts" by altering their positive
and negative responses - such individuals will remain in a stable state irregardless of changes to the system.
edit on 2-3-2011 by
SystemResistor because: (no reason given)