Relaxation and the Continued Practice of Enlightenment — A Proverb of Remembrance and Stability

“I am not the radio.”

There is always one more thing after one has completed everything and is aware of the source of identity. That is the natural fall from a heightened state that can occur after a person has learned and practiced a meditation.

According to the theory of The Fire, the overriding state of our time, for a very, very long time, has been and will be the action of The Fire. As mentioned before, the action of The Fire is the action of resisting and not succumbing to Satan(ism). That is, even though the winds of Satan may move you, you should never be Satan, as that would simply provoke need and disconnection.

In this world, we made Satan manifest in the form of magnetic radiation — a pattern and concept which echoes throughout our minds in various ways, explicating the idea of radiative magnetisms surrounding us, like money, good weather, and food.

While money, good weather, and food aren’t really evil, per se, the effect they have on the psyche is, indeed, considered evil. The key is not to become the various magnets, but to know and understand the magnets and the shared concept of psychological magnetism.

Ultimately, what this all means is that the intelligent person (the sentient one) really lives by way of not being the radio. To state this proverb referred to in the title of this article, one would say and remember, “I am not the radio.”

In this one statement you have our foremost state of being, and since this is our greatest trend of action, it is also the state of relaxation — the absolution of tension.

Meditation can be tough. It can increase tension, although it’s claimed to do the opposite. This is because you are training a skill during meditation — anytime there’s training, there’s tension. That is why, I think, to properly meditate or learn anything, it’s helpful to go through a bit of tension and then, importantly, fall from that state to see your nature a bit. Then, I think you can more successfully integrate what you have more recently learned into your entire body of knowledge and memory.

While the anterior cerebellum seems to be the light of self-identity, the true self technically is simply living. The true self isn’t just an identity controlling and perceiving a system, but instead, a more holistic experience of life. This doesn’t mean that the anterior cerebellum isn’t an important and useful key to one’s congruence and thus an important part of (our modernly aware) enlightenment, but instead it means that once the system is learned and the proper knowledge has been resolved into existence, the remaining practice is to fall, mildly, and just simply remember to not be the radio waves.

The radio waves, whether they be EM waves or contagious cognitive affect, are Satan. To speak to the radio and to stay safe in general, you should remember that you are not the radio. That is, in fact, according to the theory of The Fire, your prime definition — one who avoids Satan.

By simply not becoming the radio — by resisting the influence to change that is the temptation of the radio — one responds with the knowledge that they have already learned. Therefore, not being the radio, is, I think, the best way to communicate with the radio, again using the greater metaphor that the simplification and generalization of communication is all the radio.

Aside from the theories that posit a cognitive ability to communicate with electromagnetically represented information, the more easily known concept of social psychological influence is also indicative of this practice of not being the radio. If you presume the inflictions of the need to change that are common in our conversations to be like the radio — inspiring a non-intelligent self-transmutation — you can see that, even in these cases, the proper state of being is to not become those influences, but, instead, to understand the influences and collaterally prosper in wisdom.

The action of not being the radio is likely our easiest productive action. It is certainly helpful to be free of the many questions of the neglected minds of our modern society. After you’ve satisfied the requisite answers, I think you may find that what remains is just relaxing a bit and remembering to not be the radio — to not become Satan. That is, that although Satan may move you, you shouldn’t become the living wind (it presents an unstable basis of decision-making).

To understand this concept of not being the radio better, imagine a radio engineer has become isolated in a forest somewhere and would like to find life. What the engineer would do is to search for something that is not just electromagnetic radio waves, but something that actually is distinctly different than the radio waves themselves. That is, the engineer would search for signs of not being the radio, as the radio waves themselves would be rather meaningless. Even though they do affect and influence the antenna(e), the information is ignorable, in favor of true signs of intelligence.

That example is anecdotal of our modern lives. Even though the waves of influence and temptation seek to turn you into the same thing that they are, the intelligent one does not simply become the waves of change — but instead searches these communications for intelligence, which can be understood and known, and thus can be responded to with intelligence, as well, avoiding the baseless desires of Satanism.

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