The beginning of the use of words shows a lot of basic communication of what is most important in the fundamentals of living the best life possible. In simpler times, travel and identifying everything was not as important as living the best life possible. People stayed home and within their community. Neighboring communities were in their region but most stayed within that region.
We get our modern language and the sounds from the Greeks who developed most of their knowledge in Egyptian schools.
The Male desire to identify and parse everything led to the increase in words, their sounds and their multiple contextual meanings. The Greeks also developed Deductive Reasoning as an additional method to create identifiers for all different things in all different categories.
The lines between good and bad are now drawn with comparison and judgement.
Deductive Reasoning made theories, hypotheticals and fantasy socially acceptable.
Deductive Reasoning made theories, hypotheticals and fantasy socially acceptable. Nowadays we have scientists creating new theories based on previous theories. And all different people using words and sounds with each of us molding our own (fantasy) picture and emotion to those words. Partly because there are so many definitions for the words, partly because the sounds of these words overlap and partly because it is socially acceptable for us to use deductive reasoning whenever we want to figure something out. Regardless if it is a word, sound, group of words, scientific theory, psychology theory or educator proclamation.
We now are left with following our peers, the educators, the psychologists and the scientists to tell us what it all means. However in these three institutions we see a hubris that leads most to use their own ‘language’ that only each other in their clubs understand. Then accuse us as being laymen. Apparently, we need better role models. Literally, this “word issue” has turned into two things becoming socially acceptable, Deductive Reasoning (Fantasy) and Eugenics (Selective Death).
Eugenics in a society can never be accepted if the whole of the group thinks they are being labeled as inferior. However, if the whole of the group believes there is a small group of it’s members who are superior (the elites), then they will accept eugenics as a way of life to be accepted.
This cannot happen unless the elites and their partners – the educators, the psychologists and the scientists must, for the most part, go along with this agenda and present themselves as elite also.
This is accomplished through the cult mentality they allow into their being and small groups, at the places they work and earn AND THROUGH THEIR UNDERSTANDING AND USE OF WORDS! Some do it innocently enough and some are very aware of their position and deployment of these tactics. And many find themselves ‘landed’ somewhere in between.
However in these three institutions we see a hubris that leads most to use their own ‘language’ that only each other in their clubs understand.
We have allowed our brothers and sisters, the educators, the psychologists and the scientists to tell us what it all means. However in these three institutions we see a hubris that leads most to use their own ‘language’ that only each other in their clubs understand. Then, they accuse us as being laymen. Apparently, we need better role models. Literally, this “word issue” has turned into two things becoming socially acceptable, Deductive Reasoning (Fantasy) and Eugenics (Selective Death).
We all leave home everyday to gather – we gather experiences, things and relationships. We come home to gather ourselves and the ones we love. Going out is fun and exciting. But when things get too complex, we return home where things are simpler and many previous agreements have been established. When we go out, there are unknowns and we may find areas and people who disagree with us. This appears to us as complexity.
We believe it facilitates our super condensity Humankind finds ourselves in after many Ages of Humankind, here on Earth.
Some of us embrace the challenge and attempt to solve the argument/riddle, others head directly home, the rest ‘land’ somewhere in between. Some simply adapt to the ‘disagreements’ and co-exist with them. All of this complexity can be linked to Deductive Reasoning and wordplay. But why? For what purpose do we all individually and in our small groups interpret the words, their sounds and meanings in different ways?
We believe it facilitates our super condensity Humankind finds ourselves in after many Ages of Humankind, here on Earth. Each of us is independentized so we can have these wonderful times of collecting data and intel and absorbing it into our being. We are all full of interpretations and perspectives from an infinite number of perspectives, mental and emotional states.
Naturally this will cause some confusion when we try to speak and listen to each other. The way ‘around’ that is by ‘returning home’ in your mind and Heart to the simpler ideas, agreements and ways to express them. Thereby finding agreements with others as they have a ‘home’ they go to, same as you do.
Simpler ideas like,
‘what is most important to me’
‘what are my values’, ‘what are my principles’
‘what am I thankful for’, ‘who listens to me’, ‘what is my purpose’ and there are many more even simpler. ‘What project is undone’ , ‘what project should I start’, ‘are my lists up to date’, and so on. These little restarts help, but the most important start is recognizing that the words are so confusing because we allow it. Each of us can un-tie from the false emotional attachment to words and realize they are symbols and sounds.
We make conscious decisions on the ‘importance’ of a word.
And that we attach value or importance to them. We make conscious decisions on the ‘importance’ of a word. We decide if a word should allow us to be enraged, or disappointed, or over joyed or some other emotion.
The word itself does not have any power. Only our mind can allow us to become emotional when we see or hear a word. A word is powerless without your assistance.
There is mega info available today on the history of the sounds we make, the symbols we use, the words we use, the phrases we use, the colors attached to shapes and sounds and a wealth more. Learn the importance of understanding and how to choose which words to say and which ones to listen to.
Relating to our consciousness, where our ideas, thoughts and feelings come from. Ultimately this is where these things are born. What is consciousness? I have always felt the two sides of a coin we all present – deductive (outreaching and exploring) and instinctive/intuitive (staying Home, Nurturing) are the push and pull of our consciousness. The third part to me is a group mind or cloud that we all seem to share across many levels of engagement. The Fourth Element is the One who designed and maintains it all. To me, that is consciousness.
Christian Wertenbaker writes about Gödel and Gurdjieff and others who have studied the historical info on this and drawn some intriguing conclusions based on Logic and facts as we know them. For example:
Kurt Gödel’s incompleteness theorem, one statement of which is that “no formal system of mathematical rules of proof can ever suffice, even in principle, to establish all the true propositions of ordinary arithmetic.” In other words, there are mathematical truths that are obvious to a mathematically savvy human being, and also incontrovertible, that cannot be derived algorithmically, using a set of axioms and logical rules, by a machine such as a computer.
Gödel’s proof is complex, but it is based on a paradox that is essentially the same as the more easily understood logical paradoxes that arise in relation to self-referential statements. For instance, the statement “this sentence is false,” if true, is false, and if false, is true. In a mathematically rigorous way, Gödel showed that a self-contained system of rules of sufficient power to encompass ordinary arithmetic must be similarly self-referential, leading to a similar paradox, and as a result such a system will be unable to prove all the undeniable truths of arithmetic, “whose truth is accessible…to human intuition and insight.”3
The resolution of a paradox always involves a change in perspective. The statement “less is more” is paradoxical if “less” and “more” refer to the same thing. But it is so no longer if they refer to different things: “less formality can lead to more enjoyment,” or “less spice can result in a tastier dish.”
A thermostat can be said in some sense to be aware of the temperature, in that it responds to it, but it is not self-aware, and one cannot conceive that it has either consciousness or understanding. This is a very important distinction, which often gets glossed over in discussions of consciousness. We ourselves commonly function without much self-awareness, like a complex machine, with complicated reflex reactions provoked by sensory stimuli, as when we drive for miles while daydreaming and have little recollection of the trip.
One of Gurdjieff’s main ideas is that we humans are three-brained, having a moving-instinctive brain, an emotional brain, and an intellectual brain. Other mammals he regarded as having only the first two, and lower animals such as worms only the first. Each brain is tuned to a different aspect of reality: ……..
Upcoming post will be covering how to enhance your Consciousness and Life by adjusting the sounds that come from your mouth and the sounds that enter your ears.
Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva within an OM. Mahabharata manuscript,1795