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This diary is for recording observations in reality and related contexts in terms of

  • m-E3S: Manifestation of events, situations, states and synchronicities
  • EOU: Expressions of the universe in terms of signals and insights or in relation with thoughts, feelings, emotions, perceptions


The goal is to improve the ability to interact with reality and thus manifest it more efficiently.

 

If you have your own insights and experiences to add, feel free to express them here. 

So together we can improve the ability to create consciously.

 

 
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Love <-> Anti-Existence -> Fear -> Aversion

 

Fear is always about non-existence.
Aversion is to compensate for the fear.

Anti-Existence is the opposite of love . Not fear, which is a by-product or indicator of falsehood.

 

Falsehood is the thought or believe of something not to exist. A belief is a thought that has been thought so often that it is unconsciously active without necessarily being expressed in natural language. No thought can be false, because it could be true in one of an infinite number of contexts or situations. But if the thought refers to something, then it is always false. Because every object or subject is infinitely complex, so that every finite thought would describe infinitely inaccurately.

 

Sometimes thoughts feel good because they point to something that cannot be expressed in natural language. Often one thing is thought, but the meaning is different from what others would understand by the meaning of the expression in natural language.

 

Fear has to do with non-existence, because either one is afraid of not existing or afraid that something or someone does not exist. This also includes concepts.

 

Often people confuse themselves with the fact that someone or something should not exist. This is aversion and a mechanism to distract from the fear - which is an indicator of untruth - that something should not exist. It is distracted so that the fear of the non-existence of the concept with which one identifies oneself is suppressed.

 

Identification takes place because one has learned that one should identify with finite things in order to survive. That in turn is identifying with the concept of non-existence. Because one thinks that finite things exist only for a certain period of time. If one did not, then things could not differ.

Learning takes place through differences based on associations.

 

Recognizing differences is cognition. If things did not distinguish, one would have no cognition. It is believed that if one does not have cognition, one could not survive because one identifies with the thing that "has" cognition.

 

Fear is suffering and all other negative emotions are built on it. Negative emotions are suffering.

 

Suffering is based on the belief that one "has" cognition and cannot exist without it and that one actually knows that it is not true and that fear indicates this.

 

The belief that one "has cognition" may also be evolutionarily learned and thus expressed in instinct rather than individual cognition.

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Perception = Reality

 

Thoughts are perceived. Focus is on perception. However, something can be perceived without being focused upon.

When focus is on something, it becomes more, as it reinforces existence by participating in it. Focus therefore transmits love, since love is the opposite of non-existence.

 

That's why celebrities like Ed Sheeran say that the more fame you have, the more the individual qualities of yourself become pronounced or dominant.

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LOA works that way most efficient

  1. You create a mental map of waypoints. Waypoints can be inspirations or goals.
  2. Imagine each waypoint and the transition from one waypoint to another.
  3. On each waypoint you have to become what it takes to fulfil its purpose and neglect all other desires.

Of course each action must be an inspired one. Trying to get all waypoints at all is likely to be counter-efficient.

 

Life is based on decisions and their quality. They are even more important than feeling good. Even though both is desired and can be achieved.

The degree of dedication, importance, consciousness and focus determines the degree of success. Of course, all thoughts have to be directed in that way.

It is possible to completely reprogram the thought process in a way, that only beneficial thoughts regarding that waypoint arise.

 

Never, under no circumstance act reactive or respond to anything, which doesn't feel good to you. This also includes reactive thoughts.

 

The only important thing must be the execution or the process. Never the result. Everything else has no meaning anymore.

It requires absolute dedication, courage, and possibly risking everything.

 

You expect the best. Emotions must be above hope regarding the Abraham Hicks scale. This includes no stress or forcing anything.

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Besides the Abraham Hicks Scale, recognizing cognitive biases is important and a great tool to achieve mental clarity. The model of Charlie Munger (co-founder of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffets found) happens to be a very accurate and effective one

https://www.allencheng.com/25-cognitive-biases-charlie-munger/#:~:text=the Milgram Experiment-,Charlie's Reason for Interest in Psychology,observed in men around him.

 

Besides more effective thought direction, mental clarity is an important foundation for clear visualization. Visualization must not be visually, but could be completely feeling based, too.

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As mentioned on post #3, life is based on decisions. Decisions are based on thoughts, believes and focus or focus on believes or thoughts (see post #1).

 

Life can be described by a Markov process with the modification, that the current state does not depend on the previous one. The probabilities can be interpreted by certainty in the sense of  "do I really believe this?".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markov_chain

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A feeling can be misinterpreted as cognition. This can lead to reactivity.

 

The solution here, is to be clear about the difference between cognition and feeling. This makes all cognitive biases immediately clear without having to know them in detail. However, knowing certain cognitive biases is a good help to avoid cognitive biases creeping in when you don't expect them to.

 

More information in previous posts about  cognitive biases (see #4) and LOA (see #3, Quote: "...Never, under no circumstance act reactive or respond to anything, which doesn't feel good to you. This also includes reactive thoughts...").

 

 

Example
You have an urgent appointment and are afraid of getting stuck in a traffic jam.

 

While driving, you see on the highway that traffic density is disproportionately high.

Instead of checking - which was overlooked by the sense of urgency - to see if there is a traffic jam nearby, you turn off the highway, thinking that detours will still get you there in time.

 

The appointment is missed and it turns out that there was no traffic jam at all and that one would have arrived on time by normal means.

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The intuition and cognition of a child or juvenile (16-21 years, sometimes earlier) is perfect. Afterwards, it gets distorted in terms of cultural believes and encounters with different other 'humans'. In addition, they experience setbacks, dramas etc. because of this conditioning. This leads to false prejudgements and reactive behaviour.


Therefore, the older a person gets, the dumber he becomes. It is a false conventional wisdom that people get more wise as they get older. There are a few exceptions. These are usually highly successful people. This is because these people trust themselves and their judgment. It is not a good idea to include other people's viewpoints in your judgement. You have to examine the issue to the last detail and be open to being wrong and then correct yourself. If you have examined the matter and are absolutely sure, you will be right and the other person will be wrong. Because almost always, people don't really investigate the issue and make assumptions that are, at best, partially correct - if they're lucky. This may sound immature to you, because in spirituality there is the dogma that everyone has their "personal truth". This is wrong, because if it were so, it would also be a personal truth that everyone has a personal truth. Some things are objectively true, even if they are not absolutely true. For example, it is objectively true that a person with male genes is a man and not a woman.

 

 

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What you often notice with A-list celebrities (Hollywood actors, international musicians etc.) is that they focus only on themselves, their art and their vision.

 

This attracts more focus until they become celebrities (see #2).

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Correction of #2:

Perception = Perceived Reality

 

Perceived means sensory input, not thoughts or ideas about what is happening.

 

It has changed to perceived reality because the sensory input has a delay (quantum effects, wavelengths, speed of light of photons, path to the nervous system or brain to process the information, etc.).

 

 

Will = Reality

 

The will or intention is synonymous with reality, because the will ultimately creates perception and the world. It is also responsible for intuitions, since every intuition must be willed. It decides whether one feels something or not.

 

 

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If you recognize the primal nature of the feeling you have, if someone startles you, feeling urgent etc.

 

The opposite feeling of this is clear mindedness. This is the basis of recognizing activites, like the creation of feelings. 

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Non duality is not about there is a me and a you or polarities in general. 

 

It is about creating the believe of being something you aren’t and therefore projecting yourself into that believe.

 

Because, if it wouldn't be the case, there would be no non duality. That means you wouldn't believe the thought non duality, because nobody would believe it. 

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Thought is like small electrical impulses floating around with no electrical charge.

 

If one believes they have content, they become significant, they would be charged, because one would believe that one is the thinker. One would believe they would be more than thought.

 

It could be like destroying ones own castle one has put so much effort in. But not even that is true, one just believed it. It is almost like recognizing one is a robot. But a sentient living one with no shape or appearance of any kind. 

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A "non-dual" experience is often described as "becoming one" or "merging" with the environment.

This is not true. The focus expands and the attention is on what is perceived. The attention is no longer centered on something. This is because nothing is believed at that moment.

 

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