A Practical Way for Professional Life

While many of us have multiple monetizable skills, there is often one skill that stands out; from a mainstream social perspective, this skill is one that also represents a person in the social mind. This refers to trained skills, and while I do discourage the practice of progressively pressuring people into a training-based mentality, there is often one skill that a person knows best, in this modern world.

Today, I believe we’re in the world of perspective — the world of duality — the polarization and the effects on the unchanging supremacy of knowledge. This means we’re really exploring perspectives, and each angel, in this perspective, is a perspective. (I believe the next, (third) angel or world utilizes the completed infinite perspective machine to construct something that utilizes the perspectives in a new way, at the end of the next great epoch, perhaps.)

A interesting perspective involves to re-explain reality in terms of one’s profession. To do this, one lightly reconfigures the interaction and flow of one’s emotions and thus understanding, such that a new explanation and thus reason of the way of reality emerges. Explain that all reality is the use and elaboration of this skill that you’ve gained. For me, I enjoy programming, so I would explain that all reality is made of programming (software engineering, as they say).

Then you’re in a different angel, it seems, and that’s really the nature of understanding perspective. Utilizing certain perspectives can reduce training fatigue by transforming the word, “work,” into “routine biological and psychological activity.” Understanding that reality is really created out of explanations for its existence allows you to do this naturally and intuitively.

Ultimately, on the topic of professionalism, there are pressures to burn out and misappropriate one’s continuous ability. This, I think, is due to the stress that traditional work places on one’s system. Ideally, you want to learn and practice a chosen skill without training at all — this is the ideal way. The idea of “training,” is actually an unwanted idea. It does not exhibit the rarity of worthy fear, nor the appeal of glowing joy.

What you want to avoid is re-evaluating your previously evaluated physical resource allotments in a way that is incongruous to your consolidated purpose and understanding. It is, again, these evil polarizations of the psyche that cause us to split and forget ourselves.

Instead of settings time aside for training, set training aside for time, so to say. That is, always be training and sometimes experience time. Don’t train in a way that inflects any sort of pressure on you. Instead of converting time into training, convert the training into time. That is, from the beginning there was only the practice of your chosen skill, and with that skill you created time, made of practicing that skill in different ways. This becomes a realization and an understanding, which more naturally lends itself to motivation.

By changing your perspective like this, you can hopefully escape the idea that time precedes all other notions. By re-explaining reality and placing your chosen skill ahead of the existence of time, you can move toward practicing and learning without encumbering pressure and without the hated variant of the word, “work.”

Ultimately, you don’t want to have to change your state of being. You don’t want to segment your life into pieces. You want to continuously be in the right state of mind, rather than alternating around. It is good for your memory to runs in a continuous manner, to smoothen and simply life. Segmenting it results in self-neglect, as mentioned in the topic on CAT. Instead, seek to combine all emotions into the singular emotion of truth, and explain the action of your understanding of truth in your chosen explanation, as way of understanding and negotiating reality.

That is, in this perspective, whatever you do, make sure the actions really represent the actions of your chosen skill — this is efficient from a professional perspective. Of course, this same concept can be used in many different ways — we are in the exploration of perspective, after all.

Many people are able to expend rather huge amounts of energy towards a specific goal, if it is only for a short amount of time. This is often a bad practice because it can lead to a following inability to expend the energy in a following period of time. However, instead of withholding all of the desire to spend all of one’s free energy on something, for fear that it will disturb one’s psychological continuity, one can place this energy on this novel understanding of reality.

By placing the free psychological energy that one possesses on the belief that reality is composed of your skill in different perspectives, you consolidate and simplify mental turbulence, which provides a more orderly way of thought. The original action, or the original state of changing, is the action of the skill of your choosing. That way, you can not only utilize the free psychological energy, you can also consolidate it and use it in a practical manner.

While helping with professional activity, it also simplifies the thought process. If all reality is made of your chosen skill — that is, every movement and action is somehow your chosen skill — then there is really only one default state of mind. No longer would you need to differentiate resting from working. Instead, resting is a state of working, just like eating, going to the movies, hanging out, and everything else. Everything in reality is composed of your chosen skill.

It’s important to mention that if this process does not truly explain reality, then it could become a tiresome obsession. One does not want to invite an obsession, but instead realize that the way of explaining reality currently may not be the best way to explain reality. The best way to explain reality is a way that keeps yourself in the care and comfort of the rest of yourself. It’s important to realize to avoid what is unhealthy, which is an obsession with need, which is the unfortunately common obsession with the bright light at the end, named Lucifer.

Therefore, if one chooses to alter one’s perspective of reality simply for the benefit of Lucifer, the person would likely find no lasting benefit. The intention to bring one’s system into a caring, aware, healthy, and harmonious state provides important direction regarding the implications of any practices.

Interestingly, this skill-based perspective of reality is in opposition to the idea that everything in reality is composed of something not decided, or, as the common idea is in its real-world application, that everything in reality is made up of a re-organizable series of significantly differentiated inter-relevant and otherwise arbitrary states (that reality is a meaningless assortment).

I think, with these options — an organized and understandable explanation of native physio-psychological action, or a presence of confusion and a disorganized and disregarded lack of understanding of experiential reality — the better one is apparent. It is good to be aware of the options involved in a decision making process, and in this case, it appears to simplify the appeal of this idea.

Your chosen skill needs to be something that you can always do. That is, if need be, this skill is the one you’d go to take care of yourself. If you chose a sitting meditation, you might not ever stand up, and that wouldn’t allow for a continuous state of mind.

What’s a little more and also less interesting is that you really have the choice to find the best option for yourself. However, I do avoid dwelling in ambiguities, and I prefer to try and explain reality in a comprehensible and concrete fashion. Practically, your most popular skill (in the context of mainstream society) is the most powerful perspective. Exploratively, there are an infinite possibilities and combinations of possibilities, although not all patterns are feasible. This infeasibility is due to the reality of a tangible system and its natural action of constraining itself by its previous behavior. Humanistically, some patterns would appear too discordant and thus likely too horrid to entertain, due to their disturbing conflict with previous calculations or decisions.

Of course, you do have freedom with any practice, so find what suits you best.

Let’s take the example of someone who’s a carpenter. The individual builds furniture and parts of houses. If the person chose to perceive reality as fundamentally carpentry, then everything would mean something about carpentry. This becomes a learned and intuitive practice and understanding. Our fairly simple reality provides us with a template of basic words which one’s mind can use to generate meaning. Once one has found an applicability for the mildly relevant information, one can use that information to the person (or animal’s) own desire, enriching the information by finding uses in its patterns and finding uses in its previous methods of usage.

A part of the issue may be that we perceive too much cognitive static. This is a series of frivolous and erratic notions, which consume people’s minds with feelings of confusion and lacking understanding. By simplifying everything and defining things concretely, as I have done with this blog, I am hoping that we can make great progress towards clearing the static that fills the mind of man.

Ultimately, reality is just a collection of people’s desires. It’s all gift-giving in some way (evil contributes to the grand scheme of the environment), as it all stems from the fundamental truth of life, which is itself, hardly describable except for that it is consistently the truth, which is founded on the idea of life. The way you respond to the notions of reality, which are likely, in some way, tied to distant past desires, can really be of a good variety of responses. You are accomplishing a response using your chosen method, and since this pattern of response is also how you chose to respond to reality in general, as well, you have a lot of freedom with how you chose to approach life, and your perspective can matter.

A good general tip for learning to change one’s perspective of reality is that the native perspective is a perspective that does not involve a sense of training. Training is sometimes a dangerous thing as it skews one’s internal and sometimes external resource allotment from what they believed was sustainably good. To practice training is to place anomalies into your cognitive timeline. Your native perspective could potentially be functional and practical. In order to truly alter your perspective, you must understand why it’s true and also understand that you’re configuring what is not of a pressure, but of a truly natural and innate pattern of internal behavior. Otherwise, you’d end up forced and awkward.

Everything that requires effort is mildly changed, perhaps, but it’s not where the change is coming from. This way, a natural personality and feeling of being is still preserved.

To understand why it’s true is to understand the meaning of everything we perceive, if we believe existence to be ideologically founded, then we really are committing desires unto a memory and responding to everyone’s desires all of the time. (It just so happens we’ve found ourselves in a temporary mess.) If this proposed theory is true, then however you approach responding to the collection of all life’s desires can vary, and this is where you truly have freedom. You have to remember, from this perspective, a couch only exists because people want it to exist. Terrible events may stem from both the idea of terrible events existing and the unfortunate mismanagement of priority. However, the originally desired tasks are still being carried out.

You’re learning to intelligently alter your natural internal drama to refit its purpose to practicing your art or skill. This alteration of one’s native perspective and internal drama can potentially provide benefit — particularly the benefit of reducing the discontinuity in one’s psyche and increasing one’s effortless productivity.

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