The Beauty and Danger of Quality

As I mentioned previously, knowledge possesses no explicit quality. While it can be described, a qualitative analysis of knowledge itself can never be truly found. One may utilize quality to represent knowledge, but the knowledge itself is something technically unqualifiable.

Knowledge is steadfast and sturdy. With knowledge, a person can act as if automatic, allowing knowledge to make the decisions. Knowledge is the paramount state of existence, and the first angel in the chronology of the mind.

There are three fundamental states to our existence. They are, and can be explained in different ways: knowledge, quality (or duality), and complication (or plurality). The third state, the state of plurality, has been covered, such as with the lesson on cognitive awareness, the distributed nature of psycho-physiological systems, and the distributed nature of the psyche in general.

The second state, which gives way to perception, can be enjoyed, but it also can lead to err. All things which possess a quality exist in a comparative state. The quality that is possessed automatically suggests that other qualities exist, as well, as, again, quality is comparative.

Qualities alone can never represent knowledge, so without knowledge, qualities are generally meaningless — in this state, they are in a type of anti-state that we often qualify as a state of excessive Satan. The reason is that if there is no knowledge, then what the qualities mean becomes erratic and unpredictable. In this way, without knowledge, all perception falls apart.

However, we don’t live simply as knowledge. We enjoy the second and third state as well, and as thus, we do face the dangers of meaningless quality. When one has a resolved state of knowledge — that is, one is in a state of self-cohesion, acceptance, and agreement, then the qualities that are presented represent that knowledge. While each quality is an exaggeration of an aspect of knowledge, together they tell the story of knowledge, which is also of life.

Quality initially comes from the desire to see and the desire for duality. Originally, in the 0th state, a state many may refer to as “Shiva,” there was only goodness, but this goodness was unknown. In the first state, following the desire for a miraculous event — the beginning of knowledge — the goodness that existed was brought into a state of remembrance, bridging the timeliness of things together. After all the good was remembered, the second state sought to explore the details of the good. Goodness itself is a coherent and holistic being. However, in order to inspect it and to explore it, it has to be drawn into something. To do this, there is a little bit of a lie, as the drawing itself isn’t goodness, but it’s originally designed to look like it. With this second state, we can essentially witness the invisible knowledge of goodness and the glory of perfect and default sentience.

However, the second state, the advent of quality, introduced the idea of a devilish being. This is a mischievous being named, “the Devil.” What happens is that because the perception of knowledge is not fully accurate, distortions and perceptual lies are able to be perceived. If one believes a misperception, then one deviates from knowledge, just as quality itself deviates from knowledge. When one deviates from knowledge, the qualities the person experiences no longer orbit knowledge, but instead orbit a flawed belief system. When this happens, the qualities no longer mean goodness, but instead are evil as they become false. The salvation to such a unfortunate event is to practice secure, steadfast, and fully understood knowledge — understood even by the mind that deals with concepts which are more subtle than words generally allow. (Considering that language mostly reflects gradually altering existing social patterns, a large portion of one’s ability to discern truth is done without words. Unfortunately, this intuitive ability is often ignored, even though it clearly exists.)

Quality (which is of duality) can be a wonderous and amazing experience. Quality is significant of a path, of a direction, and of a story. It moves with the time and reflects the present. Quality is a fluid and dynamic substance. It explains and captivates, but it can also lead to the downfall of a person, if it is taken to be truth. One has to remember that no quality will ever be the truth, but one can use and enjoy qualities in a meaningful and healthy way.

One significant benefit of the state of quality, is that it serves to explain what was only knowledge before. The knowledge becomes seen, as a second kind of appreciation, and it becomes understood in a new way. Therefore, the state of quality is essential to our mind, although it is not the most primary state, which is knowledge, or remembrance (the consistency of God and the divine).

A Mechanical Mind: On the Tangibility of Thought, the Transcendent State, and A Psychic Network

Ultimately, all things real are tangible. Considering existence to be originated from intelligence, we can understand that all tangibility is made of reasoning that one agrees with. It makes sense that over time, as more memories are created, the world develops more aspects of tangibility. Thusly, the tangibility we perceive today stems from a very long history of memories, which form reasons for behavior. A person cannot disagree with a past memory if that past memory is from the true self, as the true self is eternally the way of self (it does differ with time). Therefore, as we develop more memories, we create more situations of tangibility.

Every thought you have is represented by mechanical actions. Everything that is real is mechanical. Even ideas like justice and freedom are mechanical. Words are mechanical — they create a tangible effect on the listener and even the speaker, hearing him or herself.

There is a state of awareness in which one perceives all things as tangible. Ideas and thoughts seem intangible when something gets mixed up in one’s understanding. When the mind is not seen as fully tangible, confusion results. Understanding the mind to be completely tangible makes it comprehensible, learnable, and resolvable. If one perceives thoughts as separated from tangibility, then information cannot be fully assembled, logically leading to an inability for the mind to resolve and make sure decisions.

This state of awareness is transcendent of temporality. It’s a realization of the real nature of all things. For all existence, the mind is tangible. It is rational and can be understood. Being able to understand the mind is to be without confusion as to what the mind is. Understanding that all things, including all thoughts, are tangible, allows one to witness the mind without confusion. As long as everything is observed to be tangible, the logic behind everything will stay intact. Once something loses its connection with physics, the logic behind it becomes ambiguous.

The reason something can become disconnected from its tangibility is that if something is misunderstood. In the chain of logic which precedes an event, then everything from that misunderstanding takes on multiple possibilities, as the truth as to what was misunderstood has multiple possibilities. What this results in is a consistent confusion and inability to surely resolve. If the misunderstanding is not corrected with accurate observation and awareness, then all of the subsequent notions after the misunderstanding will not be able to fully resolve and find logical and valid coherence throughout the system. The point at which misunderstanding occurs prevents that from happening, and in order for the mind to resolve on coherent truth, the mechanics that were missed during the misunderstanding need to be deduced.

This transcendent state is of the ultimate state of enlightenment, which is just the realization of inherent divinity. With this state, everything can be realized in a completely logical fashion. The physical interaction of neural signals form a strong logic that occurs without ambiguity or confusion (in the material sense). If thought is strictly based on the material logic that is truly occurring chemically and neurologically, which we perceive as thought, then the logic behind all thoughts can be understood with assuredness. It is only when thoughts become immaterial do we lose the strong and material connections that signify to us concrete logic.

It is the understanding that all things are concrete, although perception can be illusive. If things are perceived to be immaterial, then they have no secure logical connection to the rest of the body. If things, including thoughts, are understood, with acute accuracy, to be material and tangible, then a sure logic can be deduced through understanding the mechanical notions that compose the entity.

Always remember that everything, truthfully, is mechanical.

Interestingly, understanding that thoughts are mechanical helps us understand how mechanical and physical things can be thoughts. As explained earlier, if existence is ideologically founded, then tangibility arises from an agreement with a reasoning. Due to a certain reasoning, certain actions are modified in different ways, which leads to an inability of action in certain ways.

As an example, suppose a long time ago, you had an amazing and memorable experience. It lasted many many years and was totally out of this world. A stunning and captivating tale in and of itself, beautiful, emotional, meaningful, enlightening, and splendid. This memory was a tale of self-definition, unforgettable. The notions that preclude this self-defining memory — which are actionable emotions which form the memory — are like angels, that you would never want to die. Understanding existence to be ideological and thus not surprising to a living being, it makes sense that these memories technically never actually die, as they form a part of one’s self definition — they are sustained by God and good nature, for eternity.

Now imagine you have a trillion years of various memories, during which you had a variety of experiences, learned, played, observed, grew, and much more. These new memories that represent new discoveries of who you truly are are memories that you want to never die. If it represents your true self, then it is desirably eternally sustained. Now we have a future, a trillion years of memory into existing, and these memories are to never die. That means that actions that you perform now must not destroy these living and sometimes ancient emotions. This pattern of restrictions forms the physical world.

I think freedom from some of the more disagreeable aspects of the world should be able to be found, and certainly can be found if the universe is ideologically founded. There is no reason a sentient being would desire to create a place that is unsatisfying. The only logical undertaking would be to provide satisfaction (assuming dissatisfaction was previously desired). Additionally, it is logical to conclude that the initial state, which bears no quality, as it has no comparison, was a state of no dissatisfaction (it was living by default).

Being able to understand that all of the things in life are coming from reasons which were originally benevolent may help us be able to see past the burdens, and to resolve them, understanding that they were never the real reason for our existence, just a predicament formed from a confusing of motives and a lot of emotions to sustain (and never kill).

If one could see from the very beginning, where there was only life, then logically it would eventually become apparent that all things are ultimately of benevolence, and there is no true power that wants to harm or burden anyone, as there is no joy in that. It’s also important to remember that the world was created for the joy of God, and we were made to appear like God (in the image of him). In this case, what God wants to do makes sense to a sentient person, and that is the purpose of the world. I do believe the hardships we face in this era are unusual with regard to eternity, and are just due to a difficult exploration of the true reaches of existence — the rewards of which will be eternal, and the difficulty in life should subside, understandably as quickly as possible (I do wonder if people are almost unnoticeably growing more restless as we approach the future).

Understanding that all things are composed of tangible logic will logically provide the clarity needed to be able to discern whether or not a psychic network exists. Quantum experiments have demonstrated psychic control of remote quantum states, and the body bears a sensitivity to atoms, and possibly their quantum states. Additionally, it is widely known that the body emits electromagnetic (radio) energy, and it is certainly affected by it, as well (noting the effects of sunlight).

All religions (except perhaps atheism, if it is to be considered a religion) believe in a psychic connection to a deity. What’s often ignored is the ascertainment of the exact nature of the psychic system being used. Understanding all things to be mechanical, tangible, and thus comprehensible, we would understand this psychic connection to be similar.

Likely, if there is a psychic network that people seemingly magically follow, it would primarily manifest as subtle inflections in one’s thoughts. People may enjoy thinking together, and perhaps even singing songs they’ve heard together. Many people note a great amount of unspoken information that is found upon interacting with someone, and while it may not be accurately assessed, it may be, in part, psychic influence (the perception of which may be hindered by flaws in interpretation due to deviant understandings of truth).

The only way to be sure if there is a psychic network (although praying to God almost suggests there certainly must be one), is to be completely aware of the mechanics of one’s mind. It is otherwise essentially impossible, with confusions present, to distinguish a psychic influence from one’s own nature. I think, as long as there is a confusion present, it is difficult to be completely certain that there is a psychic network, although I personally find it very logical — it would be nice, however, to be more certain. Nonetheless, this requirement for certainly technically applies to any information. Understanding the mechanical nature of the mind allows for such certainty.

Let’s think for a moment of how many things are mechanical, physical, and tangible. Thoughts, words, writing, books, movies, stories, advertisements, perfumes, styles, music, the smell of fresh food, the smell of garbage, sunlight, colors, sounds, and paintings. These things exhibit real, mechanical and physical effects onto the observer. Let us be aware of these things, and even go as far as to exercise responsibility over what we do, which should come naturally with acute awareness.

One interesting thing that is also mechanical is the miracle. Before the beginning of time, rested life. Then, there was an inclination to see the miracle. It is with this inclination that time began — all thanks to the miracle. Still, even the miracle is a real facet of existence with real, physical properties that has real physical effects. Even though the miracle is a miracle and is definitively outside of the realm of (impractical) modern science, a miracle still possesses real scientific properties, even though it is impossible by ways of the more common logic. Still, it is technically an element of science as anything real is an element of science, and likely deserves a field of its own (the science of a miracle, and I imagine the math would be a bit clever or tricky, although I think it may be based on the idea of a repeatedly refuted formula, due to a flaw of imprecise definition).

The miracle is an initial kind of being, for in the beginning there was no imposition, and thus the miracle was easy. The meaning of the word miracle has evolved since its inception, but Creation is, among other ideas, still founded on the idea of a miracle.

Of the Goal of Enlightenment: Perfect Sentience

On the path of enlightenment is the search for perfect, sentient awareness. Generally today people casually think that people are simply “sentient,” and don’t think that maybe people are really only sometimes sentient, perhaps similar to animals, as well.

There are a lot of blind automatisms in human behavior, and each of these automatisms, or actions that occur without desire, are instances during which sentience was missed. These are the machinery of the mind, but without sentience, the actions find an obscure and dissonant direction.

A lot of the problem occurs in the separation of consciousness from the subconscious. It seems we do this in order to protect processes of our minds and bodies. What it implies is that there’s a type of misunderstanding or disagreement within the self. If the conscious mind cannot be trusted, then what is the reason?

For many people, the conscious mind is erratic and largely unpredictable, while the subconscious mind is orderly and loyal. The conscious mind hears people more pronouncedly than the subconscious mind, which pays less attention to the externally present role of the person.

The mind is built on a collection of yes’s, no’s, and maybe’s. Technically, it is all either an affirmation or a position of not knowing. That is the decision structure of the mind (and body). Tension and turmoil ensue if previous affirmations are violated by later affirmations. If someone wants a process to continue on, one simply does not present a counter-affirmation to that process, which is a manifestation of an affirmation. That is, one always desires that process to continue. Without any conflicting process or counter-affirmation, the process continues on without interruption.

The subconscious mind, being the predecessor to the conscious mind, is built of deeper affirmations, which are affirmations that are nearer to the origin of one’s psyche. These are the more important building blocks of the psyche.

What occurs, however, is by way of learning, people separate their subconscious and their conscious. A disparity in direction is created between the two parts of the psyche, leading one to believe that their subconscious is “automatic” and their conscious is not automatic. In this case, it’s important to realize that any psychological process will continue on as long as the desire is not changed. That is, there is a type of inertia in the psyche. Being powered by unchanging desire, the subconscious mind feels automatic, at least in comparison to the conscious mind.

The reason the conscious mind does not feel automatic, or easy, is because there are often conflicts in the psyche that are manifest in the conscious mind. While the subconscious mind follows the conscious mind, the subconscious mind has more fundamental desires which change less frequently.

These conflicts in the psyche stem from what we learn in the world. It is not natural to deviate from the original coherent mind into two minds, I believe. Instead, we learn this deviation through advice and pressures from society. The act of separating the conscious mind from the subconscious mind involves adhering to a lie of some sort. This lie enables the conscious mind to reach further and to gain a greater type of control over the body. People believe that this ability to extend the truth beyond what was intuitively known enables them to “be happier,” and to perform better in society.

This segmentation of the mind results in a loss of confidence regarding intuition. While the mind is initially built on unchanging truths, the segmentation of the mind to form a new and different conscious mind allows the mind to start building itself on changing truths, which are inherently dishonest.

Just because someone goes through this process doesn’t mean that the immense pressure to segment oneself is due to that same person. Bad advice, even when only communicated in subjective connotation, are like tiny machines that may nest themselves in the psyche, offering small rewards for what is a type of self-sacrifice. Subjective inclination is a language near subconscious, and what it really expresses are the machines that one cultivates in the psyche. These machines could be angels or demons. The demons are machines that use dishonesty to achieve a goal. It’s important to remember that these machines may be so subtle as to be made only of subtle emotions. These emotions affect the logic that one performs in their mind, however, and are often easily ignored. Nonetheless, they do create suffering as with these machines, the mind cannot then find coherence. The evil machines are contagious as well, and the pressures of society can be difficult to negate, leading to a world of unfortunately corrupt and misperceiving minds.

The goal is to found oneself coherently, from the physical aspects of themselves, like DNA, all the way through the entire expression of the machine, into a fully living being, thus connecting the whole through a hopefully eternally consistent set of desires.

To find eternally consistent desires, one should focus on what the person’s desires are for eternity. Enumerating desires based on examples which only exist in today’s time will make one’s consistent desires more difficult to see. By finding persistent greater understandings of one’s desires, one can find the consistency required to be ultimately true, to oneself, and naturally, to all things.

That is, instead of liking a certain kind of food, think about the context in which one resides, the world, the economy, the government, the people, the design of the body, the traditions, the weather, etc., and how that all plays a role in whether you enjoy that certain kind of food or not. Then put the entire thing together, context and object, to truly understand one’s transcendent desire. These desires, as opposed to simply liking a food, build a stronger psyche in that they are non-transient — they don’t change with time. They allow one to nicely and with organization, consistency, and clarity, build one’s psyche out of long-lasting affirmations and ambivalences.

Thus, by finding eternal desires and finding a greater understanding of what are temporal desires, one can find coherence and consistency, build a well-crafted psyche, and connect to the subconscious in singular wholeness.

Ultimately, a conscious mind that has been segmented from the otherwhile holistic psyche sees only partial desires. The desires that are not transcendent of time should be put into its holistic context, or else, all desires will be found to be partially unfulfilled. Ultimately, one should seek to understand the reason for all things, so that one can see the self in its context and understand the desires that compose the environment in which one resides. This process of understanding reality is hindered by an erratic psyche, as it takes a pristine sensitivity to see the truth of the reality itself. This sensitivity cannot be find through self-doubt and double-thinking, as must occur with a segmented psyche, but can likely be found through perfect coherence, as the ability to perceive information relies on the reliability of the information. If one is producing cognitive aberrations and noise, then one becomes less sensitive to truth. The more coherent the mind is, the more easily it can find and discern truth. Ultimately, the coherent mind reflexively perceives truth; by being coherent, the truth is easier to assimilate from raw information.

Thus, we want to ultimately achieve a type of perfect sentience. That is, all of our actions are our own, there is nothing truly involuntary, and every action is done with the sentient awareness of truth, which is constructed into a coherent psyche.

Temporal Epiphanies and The Delayed Here and Now

It’s common advice in the spiritual community to find the “here and now,” and to reside in a place aware of the present, rather than to linger in a place non-present. It’s about being present in the moment.

However, simply using the advice to be in the here and now is not easy to maintain and what’s suggested is to practice for a few decades and then one will be able to stay in the here and now.

A problem with the suggestion of being in the here and now is that it does not, by default, consider one’s perception of the here and now. It’s pretty well-known that we perceive in a type of delayed portrayal of the raw data that we’re consuming. Thus, being in the perceptual here and now is not being in the here and now, just being in a delayed portrayal of what appears to be the here and now.

The conclusion is that the here and now is impossible to perceive. This makes sense in that perception itself is mildly illusory. This is because perception arrives originally from the manifestation of the qualities of what is knowledge, but since it is made of qualities, which are only facets of the item being referred to, its perception is incomplete and thus mildly illusory.

This also applies to the idea of love. The emotion or state of non-quality is knowledge, and that state demonstrates perceived love on the exaggeration of one of its facets. That is, the qualities describe knowledge in some way, but they are exaggerated and incomplete descriptions, although through their discourse they can tell a story of good or evil.

It is thus that the only way to find the here and now is to find something that already exists in the here and now. This something is the emotion or state of non-quality, which is knowledge. Knowledge can be described, but it, itself, possesses no quality.

When we look at something, we are looking at the quality of the object of interest. We can deduce knowledge from the qualities observed, but the knowledge is not made of simply the qualities combined. Similarly, when we look for something, we only see the qualities. If we only see the qualities, it’s impossible to grasp the underlying notion that is referred to by the qualities.

This applies to temporary “enlightenments” and temporal epiphanies, as well. What I found is going on in these cases is that it was not an illusory enlightenment, but instead, there was a lack of knowledge to support the state’s continued existence. When one perceives enlightenment, one is only looking at a true quality of the self, which is strong and held together by knowledge. One does not see the perceiver. The perceiver in these cases is non-quality, but just experiencing an epiphany doesn’t portray non-quality, because the epiphanies are generally composed of experiencing a quality, often in tandem with a realization, which forms a clue as to what the state was, helping one return in the future. Still, it does not explicitly look like it’s not a quality, as, again, non-quality is impossible to look at.

What is being perceived is what exists with non-quality. The items that exist with non-quality, or knowledge, are accurate descriptions of Heaven. The items that exist from a perspective founded on a bias (of quality), are inherently inaccurate. In order to see, one must be knowledge, which is to be non-quality.