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.

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