posted on Dec, 17 2012 @ 12:01 AM
As you read this, don’t think of it purely as abstractions. Think about it in terms of your direct experience, right now. This all applies to what
you are experiencing in this moment, and every moment.
1. The conscious and unconscious mind are functions of the brain.
.....A. (precise technicality that lingers from the main idea, to avoid defensive-reactionary rejection due to a fear of anything that sounds
materialistic) ‘Function of the brain’ may imply ‘created by the brain,’ but not necessarily. It could mean ‘harnessed by,’ as in the
brain harnesses some pre-existing energies, or perhaps even limits them.
.....B. ‘Brain’ is a major part of the nervous system. ‘Brain’ may be used where ‘nervous system’ may be more technically accurate.
Furthermore, ‘neural’ and ‘mental’ are tentatively used fairly interchangeably.
2. ‘Brain activity’ is synonymous with neural programming. ‘Function of the brain’ can be re-stated as ‘programmed neural network.’
Logical Sequence #1
1. It is impossible to do, say, or think anything that is not the product of either your conscious or unconscious mind.
.....A. Saying, doing, or thinking something includes its opposite. Assuming the un-utilized thoughts, words, or actions had previously been
registered/understood by your brain, NOT doing it when you could also must be the product of your conscious or unconscious mind.
2. Nothing of the brain is un-intelligent, or random. That is to say that all neural activity is programmed.
.....A. All thoughts, perceptions, and actions are neural programs. No matter how ‘random’ you think something is, or how ‘out there’ you
think you are with fantasies/imagination, it is still programmed brain activity. Furthermore, no matter how ‘objective’ you try to be, this too is
programmed brain activity.
3. Regardless of whether you ‘actually’ perceive something, or you ‘think’ you perceive something, it is a product of your brain’s
programming. You cannot ‘actually’ perceive something that has not been pre-programmed into your brain as a potential perception. Neither can you
‘imagine’ that you perceive something that has not been pre-programmed into your brain as a potential perception.
.....A. ‘It’s in your head,’ or ‘it’s a hallucination,’ are dismissive statements based on not understanding this fact. Such perceptions
may be the most informative of all, since they are direct expressions of our mental programming.
4. All registered/understood information remains in your brain, whether conscious or not. It is, therefore, impossible to ‘forget’ to say or do
something. Furthermore, there are no ‘mistakes’ in speech or action. All apparent mistakes, and forgetful activity, are the result of the
.....A. ‘Unintentional’ would be more accurately stated as ‘of the unconscious.’
5. All perceptions(actual or imagined), words, actions, and thoughts give insight into your mental programming. The study of your total experience,
indeed any study at all, is ultimately a study of your brain and its programming.