Let's have a thread that's just about knowledge that you consider important. It seems there are but few people who obtained knowledge of this reality
by observance and very sharp perception of things hidden in plain sight. Suppressed nature of this reality by our own low capability of perception and
filtration of facts of those in power, but also wrong mindedness of society itself and brainwashing through things that are not important. That led to
incapability of people to even recognize important knowledge for us as beings of creation, even if presented literally in plain sight.
Thinking of it, I feel like it's crucial to have this thread free of labels, already established religions, cults, terms and whatever that's actually
limiting our potential of understanding that complicated simplicity of things.
a) first we should ask ourselves what are the most important lessons we learned in our life by our own perception, exact experiences in our past and
interactions with world around us. This category must not depend upon informations we obtained by others, but feelings we get, things we learned to be
true. I think that's the most important thing, people will often say 'I learned love is the way' but often that's just a phrase that's not really
realized by most people, but read somewhere and accepted as a fact, even though you can't find that exact experience that showed you that to be true.
This goes for all, even small, details you realized, it doesn't matter what. Perceptiveness and thinking for ourselves is really underrated, it's the
most important thing and we can learn a lot just by being free to come to our own conclusions.
b) True knowledge is often misunderstood for information about events and such. Maybe it's that too what it is, but as far as I realized (even though
that's not much) it's more like..when you're doing work on a farm or chopping woods and you're not that experienced, and then after days of doing it
you somehow know exactly how to do it. For me, that's more valuable knwoledge than what Iluminati did in Boston last week or whatever. I feel like I
created something, I established my own fact that it's also more valuable because it's just mine. I can't give it to you, it's my own experience and
only if you realized same by your own efforts you can understand, otherwise you can't be told how to paint a portrait correctly if you have no talent.
Experiences as such are probably what's world made of, what we must go through in order to have knowledge. Things like that could be more important
and it would be great to share your own experiences and remember to be free of labels, let's just be humans commenting our reality with this language
however limiting it is. Let's not limit it even more with wrong thinking.
Some Leonardo Da Vinci's quotes:
"I am well aware that because I did not study the ancients, some foolish men will accuse me of being uneducated. They will say that because I did not
learn from their schoolbooks, I am unqualified to express an opinion. But I would reply that my conclusions are drawn from firsthand experience,
unlike the scholars who only believe what they read in books written by others."
"Although I cannot quote from authors in the same way they do, I shall rely on a much worthier thing, actual experience, which is the only thing that
could ever have properly guided the men that they learn from."
"These scholars strut around in a pompous way, without any thoughts of their own, equipped only with the thoughts of others, and they want to stop me
from having my own thoughts. And if they despise me for being an inventor, then how much more should they be despised for not being inventors but
followers and reciters of the works of others."
"When the followers and reciters of the works of others are compared to those who are inventors and interpreters between Nature and man, it is as
though they are non-existent mirror images of some original. Given that it is only by chance that we are invested with human form, I might think of
them as being a herd of animals."
"Those who try to censor knowledge do harm to both knowledge and love, because love is the offspring of knowledge, and the passion of love grows in
proportion to the certainty of knowledge. The more we know about nature, the more we can be certain of what we know, and so the more love we can feel
for nature as a whole."
"Of what use are those who try to restrict what we know to only those things that are easy to comprehend, often because they themselves are not
inclined to learn more about a particular subject, like the subject of the human body."
"And yet they want to comprehend the mind of God, talking about it as though they had already dissected it into parts. Still they remain unaware of
their own bodies, of the realities of their surroundings, and even unaware of their own stupidity."
"Along with the scholars, they despise the mathematical sciences, which are the only true sources of information about those things which they claim
to know so much about. Instead they talk about miracles and write about things that nobody could ever know, things that cannot be proven by any
evidence in nature."
"It seems to me that all studies are vain and full of errors unless they are based on experience and can be tested by experiment, in other words, they
can be demonstrated to our senses. For if we are doubtful of what our senses perceive then how much more doubtful should we be of things that our
senses cannot perceive, like the nature of God and the soul and other such things over which there are endless disputes and controversies."
I think we can draw a conslusion that obtaining knowledge is almost same as creativity. It's creative work.
1) Post things preferably not giving random info, but something to thing about
2) Avoid conspiracy theories if not neccessary
3) Post your own conclusions, obeservations in life, things you learned that you consider important for your own growth
20-4-2013 by creativespirit because: to add some ideas on how to make better thread