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Originally posted by HRF1965
Why is the media filled with disinformation? Because it's designed to seed our reasoning by starting us off with their self-serving premise. Our own logic will do the rest. The result is that we are led to support the cause that the-powers-that-be want us to support. So they're using our own intellects, our own minds, against us, to the point where it's now nearly impossible to sort out what information is real, and what is manipulation. We can't sort it out by weighing the "facts" because if it comes through the media, you can pretty much write it off as having been influenced for someone's personal or political gain.
There are no facts, other than what we've seen with our own eyes or heard with our own ears.
The only thing to trust is our own intuition. And we can learn to develop it. It's not just a "gift" that some people have. It can easily be developed.
How? By starting with the smallest trials, and watching how they work out. Then graduate to the big stuff in a few weeks or months. That's how to learn to differentiate the voice of our mind and emotions, which are based in externally supplied information, from the voice of our intuition.
If we try to start with big decisions, we'll be too invested in the outcome and our mind and emotions will dominate the voice of our intuition.
So what's a small test? Say you know you have to make a small purchase, like a shirt, a tube of toothpaste, some cereal or whatever; or you have to decide which route to take to the movies or to pick up your kid at a friend's house... Your mind will have logical reasons for every choice, but there will also be a little voice behind that which will have a sneaky suspicion, a "feeling" to do it differently, maybe even in an illogical way. It won't make sense to your mind, but it will just be this "feeling" that maybe you should handle this one a little differently. Take a different way home, wait to buy the "necessary" item. You'll need to pay attention for about one second to tune into it, but it is always there.
Then try it. Test it out. There's no real risk with inconsequential choices like these, but they will prove themselves one way or the other. Either they'll benefit you or they won't. And the ones that benefit you in unexpected ways will really get your attention--when you wait to buy the small item, you suddenly you find one you didn't know you had; or you take the different way home only to learn that the normal way was blocked by an accident... Your intuition will prove itself to you.
You'll quickly learn from experience which is the voice of your intuition and which is your logic and emotionally based mind.
Then the real fun begins. You won't be dependent on outside information any longer. Your own experience will tell you who to trust and what choices to make, even in the face of information and logic to the contrary, but you'll know from your own experience that it'll turn out to be right. The result is nothing less than true freedom.
But remember not to start with big stuff that's important to you and don't rush into it. Start with inconsequential decisions that are safe or your mind and emotions will dominate and screw everything up. Then, just sit abck and enjoy the ride : )
Originally posted by HRF1965
reply to post by awareness10
I couldn't agree more. Three dimensional existence is designed to reinforce our belief that we are only three dimensional bodies. And that's the biggest piece of disinformation ever propagated. But we are so completely immersed in the three dimensional world, with our five senses being bombarded non stop all day, that we don't even have a second to think about the possibility that we might be more. The state of our hypnosis is kept perpetually reinforced by stimuli and "information" from outside.