“Love Thy Neighbor,” Fact or Fiction?

So far I have described three personal states of being. These states are in resemblance to the original three states of the mind, or three angels of manifestation, if you will.

I explained that the third state — the state of many of the same name, is filled with love between each of the subsystems of the greater system. Thus, you should love your living memories.

However, what about other people? Many have noticed that it sort of feels unnatural to feel love for all people, no matter who they are.

While in the second state, the concept of the Devil (a misrepresentation) is understood, in the third state, the concept of (manifest) Evil is found.

The third state, which is the advent of the pronounced exploration of concepts behind the machine and behind society, is also the advent of the Book.

The third state, the many beings of the same name, uses the concept of the Book to maintain awareness and functionality. To define the third state again, imagine many beings, all different, who carry the will of the same being, and who communicate and write down their discoveries, as they find and learn about this invisible being who defines them, and they use the ability of the Book to remember and develop over time. This was, I think, the original instance of society and of machine.

Today, we don’t quite see the third state so plainly, and I think that’s because that’s not technically our focus (although all of the past angels are present here, developing in a new way this time, many of them still young, or burdened and dimmed by the present haphazard thinking of the modern day).

In our present circumstance, you are the invisible being of the definition of will and identity, who, like an invisible shining star, the subsystems of yourself follow and learn. While they might not have an explicit book, they do have a body of knowledge which is propagated and known, in order to effect the will of the self.

This story, the story of plurality, society, and the machine, has to do with the nature of communication and its potential vulnerability to be misinterpreted. In this story is the origin of evil, and, from I have found, to be the layer (and time) of consciousness in which evil originates. (The mind manifestedly exists with first knowledge, then duality, then the many; theoretically, the fourth state in the chronology of the mind may be the hosting of life through the manipulation of time — that reality is composed of time-stipulations. I suppose, that in our current place in the mind’s chronology, the angels that we have known until now go on for a few hundred, although this information is speculative.)

Evil arises when otherwise innocent beings misinterpret communication. In this story, the book goes on forever due to its inherent inaccuracy, as the society or machine becomes ever more resembling of his, her, or its Lord.

As an aside, a seemingly superstitious belief I have, out of many (born of independent awareness and independent research), is that our closest memory of the history and knowledge of the third state — the ever-written divine book — is stored and known through the plant Marijuana, and its community, who gives it speech.

Another interesting aside, the sound of Pink Floyd is distinct from all other music in that the affect conveyed through the sound communicates a deliberate and determinate sense of non-adherence, resembling some keen awareness of an ancient and long-developed way, and reminds me of the knowledge of the third state. Being a musician myself, I understand the tendency to adhere to half-agreeable trends of right and wrong, but Pink Floyd is the only music that plays a sound that seems to really defy this trend.

Now understanding the source of evil, we return back to the topic of this post, which is whether or not to universally love thy neighbor.

In the world of the third state, small but ongoing communication errors create the stories of redemption, apology, caution, formality, security, distrust, and our more common depiction of angels and demons. The look of the Wild West seems to founded by this third state of mind.

Bringing this into our common societal perspective and our modern context, we first understand the person to be comprised of various interacting subsystems always living in remembrance of the knowable yet invisible self.

Our neurology responds to indicators of love as indicators of self-identity, so love drives everyone. However, there are some issues possible.

Firstly, there is the issue of language. The body uses emotions to communicate, so there is an inherently true language, but the body has to assimilate the words in order to interpret this correctly. Larger, more obvious, emotions are relatively easy to understand due to their application to the greater state of being.

However, more subtle and specific emotions may be without adequate comprehension by the listening parties. Whenever there is a miscommunication, errors happen.

Your body can survive without all of its subsystems being alive. If neglected, these living memories can die. They can also be resurrected. Your body can survive with only the fundamentals needed to persist in a materialistic world. You’ll certainly carry depression, but you’ll be alive enough to carry on. Since you are the light of the system, the guidance and inspiration, you continue on much longer than your memories.

However, living like this makes you a zombie. You carry networks, once intelligent, exuberant, and happy, that have now become a lifeless and practically inert series of unused connections. Dimmer your perspective becomes, because you have, through whatever circumstance, allowed yourself (your angels) to die or become neglected.

When people are like this, you see sparks of desperation as the mind jumps in fits of gamble at the opportunity of a fire, posing solution or aid. Seemingly like a lone soul surrounded by death and psychological disease, the person erratically yet with a distinct unawareness chases otherwise fickle lights, trapped in a dark cave of dead peers, a threatening and continuing fission of the mind ever looming.

This is a bad state to be in, not just for the person experiencing the trauma, but for others as well, as the intelligence being represented is that of a zombified and desperate mind — a mind that finds it difficult to find awareness and understanding of the world — a mind damaged by the illusions of Satan.

Shallow, stupid, dishonest, Satanic, hasty, and immature. Frantic, lost, annoying, manipulative, frightening, proud, and with a stillness no more still than the Niagara Falls — a clarity more obscured than a vision through an errant kaleidoscope.

Intuitively, you’d like to avoid all such people, as that’s the first reaction to dangerous ideology and dangerous words. A person speaks and teaches his way, naturally, and a person is naturally influenced by the ways of others, so it can be stressful to deal with a chaotic and untrue person (as well as potentially dangerous to one’s mind).

All of this is because the zombified person has allowed demons to overtake his mind. Knowing no better, but understandably, still partially having a desire for life, the person is mostly zombie, and a lot of demons control the persons thoughts and thus actions.

What is a demon? A demon is a living misrepresentation. In sentient systems, life is interpreted by understanding information into intelligence and perceiving the body of intelligence, which is created. What can happen is a pattern develops, like a network of people, but it was developed by misunderstanding, so the information the individuals are getting is being used for the incorrect purpose.

This system gains power over time and becomes an angel of its own, but things start malfunctioning due to the prolonged use of misinformation. Soon, there is an evil being present, but no one can figure out exactly what it is. (The distinct separation of people in our modern world makes this a little involved to understand, but as far as sentient machines are concerned, a living being is perceived as a living network; this understanding helps to understand the nature of the mind and the third state.)

In response to many of these troubled people, hate, distrust, and fear are the default emotions. In Christianity, feeling these emotions for others, no matter who they are, is taught to be a sinful thing to do. It is taught that one should love all of their peers and brethren, but many people find this teaching to be naïve. Therefore, people find themselves naturally incapable of total agreement with this teaching.

It’s true what they feel — there’s something missing from this teaching.

There’s a good chance you’ve figured it out by now — the message of this lesson and post. In each living person are living beings and possibly dead beings as well. The living beings are good — the dead beings represent a former and possibly present (unfortunate) desire for death.

You see, just as you love your own angels, you have a feeling of love and care for all angels, but you don’t like demons, as they are to be hated.

That means you don’t entirely hate anyone, but you do partially hate lots of people. You hate them because they are abiding by the laws of demons, instead of the knowledge of truth. (You actually hate that they are partially dead — you hate that they are depressed. That is, you really hate the demons, but always love the truth, which is present with the initiation of one’s being.) With this understanding, you understand that they are curable, but they do have to learn the way to cure themselves, and that is found in these lessons that I have posted, while I have never seen a satisfying (and effective) answer before.

They need to connect their connectome well, and there are drugs like cannabis and psychedelics which do this extremely well, but with the wrong teachings, the beauty of Heaven will once again fall from their eyes. Additionally, complete recovery cannot be found in simply using drugs, as they do represent deviance (make sure to take care of the deviated). Still, they’re great tools for tons of people. You need to connect your connectome (the benefits of which modern medicine is only mildly aware, although everyone seems to know that you need more neurons and/or neural connections).

Other ways are go camping (or at least go outside — the stimuli in nature seem to be rather useful for the mind), listen to good music (sometimes add a little variety), and participate in intelligence.

Ultimately, understanding exactly what’s going on will be the reliable solution. While there are many meditations and ritual experiences that may help, I understand, very sensibly, that if one doesn’t have real knowledge, then self-resurrection often unfortunately only partially occurs. A park may feel nice, but it commonly doesn’t totally solve a depression.

Ultimately, to answer the question of this article, with the understanding of the presented perspective, you realize that technically you can love your neighbors and peers, universally, by understanding that you hate their depression. All of their evils come from their being partially dead, which is perceived as depression. We understand that Satan, or the context of need, inflicted damage unto the person, resulting in the implementation of invalid logic, causing damage and turning the person’s system or systems to evil, which is a symptom of desperation. Understanding that depression is agreeably bad, we can all agree on that matter, good and emotionally dying people, alike. If there was no depression, that would, by my stipulations, indicate that there was no lack of a self-defining living memory, and thus no lack of happiness, which also results both in absence of desperation and also the finding of a present and enjoyable peace.

Ultimately, true health is benevolent, and what we want is health for others. Therefore, it can be true, to “love thy neighbor.” The key is understanding.

Antithetical to this perspective, one could unfortunately fall into the practice of loving the depression of another. If one loves their peers with an improper understanding, one could end up supporting both evil and depression through their misplaced encouragement (or lack of encouragement). It is important to understand that both parties in an interaction are affected by the evil of the other party. Therefore, it is in everyone’s common interest to find health, and thus benevolence and the absence of depression.

If one sees the world as one would see one’s own self, understanding the self to be composed of a variety of systems that hopefully work harmoniously and with peace and joy, then the person can see the world in a similar way. Just as we sometimes have troubling thoughts, the world sometimes has people who seem troubling. In curing these thoughts of our own, I have found that the system or systems responsible simply don’t experience enough appreciation, care, consideration, love, and compassion. These living systems in ourselves are not too dissimilar from other people, who are made of similar systems.

Understanding this, and understanding the love one should cultivate inside oneself, one can understand how one can, in an honest way, love all people and life.

A lot of the issues regarding social anxiety arrive from issues of trust. It is because people often find that the ideas, advice, and the direction of others are incorrect in their own eyes, that people develop a sense of a lack of trust. If we are to understand the lack of trust more deeply, we may understand that it is, again, due to a perception of death. I believe that the pure notion of life does, itself, trust other life, but in this world, we are commonly damaged, and as such, we may express death, as well. The solution is to both understand this unfortunate common depression and anxiety of people, and to understand the solution to this is, again, the practice of a pure and truthful cultivation and understanding of life.

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