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A part of the reason for my starting this blog was that I had just recently found an answer to the question of enlightenment, but all I had was the mechanics of the solution. Being a process mostly pursued internally, I was able to use mechanics and true parallel thinking to solve what is essentially, “in what perspective is reality congruous?”
By explicating the important lessons in writing, I could formulate, clean, and detail this understanding, bringing it into manifestation, which is known for its rocky depictions of truth.
Originally, the most elucidating story of the mind was the third state, which I termed, “Cognitive Awareness Therapy,” and it is vital to understanding the self. While the modern mind exists in a distributed and (hopefully) harmonious state, this does not negate the possibility of holistic representatives within the network. Therefore, while the third state, the state of distributed intelligence, does depend on the integration of the subsystems into a whole for identity, some systems are able to more or less directly reflect the holistic agreement of identity. Thus, while no system truly accounts for the entire system, it is possible that a system can represent an entire system, and in that way, resemble a non-distributed identity.
This idea is interesting because despite that no single system can possibly be all-aware, a system can have the purpose of reflecting a congruent self, and this identifies a system whose purpose is to be the singular source of identity and awareness of the self. Possibly obscured by neural confusion, I think once the confusion is remedied, it becomes clear.
The pyramid with the Eye of Providence is a salient symbol with a sort of mythological meaning. Due to its unspoken nature, people widely differ in their familiarity with it, so finding it more personally meaningful, some finding it not meaningful, and others finding it only culturally meaningful. Personally, I first saw the “illuminati pyramid” around when I was 4 or 5. I was sleeping in the car, leaning on the inside of the window, when the car hit a bump and I woke up and saw this black pyramid with an eye (in my mind today, he has wings).
I’ve had other experiences with the pyramid since. It is not just a symbol with a meaning. For many, it represents a fundamental question. It represents the question of providential and perhaps transcendent awareness. Its ambiguity, itself, represents, itself, an unawareness for what it is, which is something that represents something dealing with awareness. For many, its meaning is directly tied to enlightenment. Many find that the most obvious obstacle to enlightenment is being unaware of what it is, and this symbol represents both that question and the answer as well.
While the real meaning of the Eye of Providence undoubtedly refers to the awareness of the original intention regarding Creation and Existence, there is a reflection in the modern body, which appears to be the cerebellum. The Eye of Providence represents the understood being that oversees the providence of our nature, and thus sees the body of Creation with clarity and with the reflection of the identity of Creation, which is importantly based on the will of Creation and of God, which is reflected in the understanding of original intention. Similarly, in one’s own mind, the cerebellum provides a cognitive consolidation of identity. This, without knowing much else, is relatively sensible, considering that it is both close to the parts of the brain and close to motor coordination as well, making it close to the entirety of the body’s systems. The cerebellum’s function focusses on the fine-tuning of motor coordination, which implies a fine awareness of both the motor functions and the intention of other systems of the mind with relevance to the motor functions.
There are two main parts of the cerebellum — two lobes — the top or anterior (front) lobe and the bottom or posterior (rear) lobe. Interestingly, this configuration reflects the pyramid with the Eye of Providence at the top, as famously seen on The Great Seal of The United States (on the dollar bill). The Eye of Providence, in this reflection, would be considered to be the anterior lobe and the bottom of the pyramid the posterior lobe.
In trying to understand my self, I have been able to portray things in computer-like renderings. These renderings are very nice, but they’re also a bit unstable and unreliable, and I was wanting to find the solution to possessing a nice cognitive rendering system.
I have discovered that the anterior (lobe of the) cerebellum is, as we know, responsible for the body’s ability to “see” itself, but, what we don’t know, is that is has a lot of potential to see the body extremely well. Due to its ability to keenly see fine details of the mind and body, it appears that the anterior cerebellum is responsible for bearing witness to the singularity of identity — that is, it is the “I,” although it is not quite the ultimate of the self.
This story brings us back to the story of tobacco, in that we can enjoy being robots. It also reminds us of Descartes’s theory of the “seat of the soul.” It appears that there is quite possibly a subsystem of the human body that is solely dedicated to the perception of the singular identity of the self. The best candidate for this subsystem is the anterior cerebellum (although it relies on the posterior cerebellum).
Another aspect of the anterior cerebellum is that it is close in its memory to represent the original state, which some refer to as a type of nothingness, which one always holds fast (explained in the post about the origin of life). While existence isn’t a state of total complacency or complete literal relaxation, the core of your soul is technically nothing (in the perspective of The Fire). However, the way you see this nothing doesn’t look like nothing. Instead, it is your desire and self.
This doesn’t suggest that the anterior cerebellum is the only remembrance of the original state. Every living system, in this environment founded on diverse forms of physical and cognitive radiation, understands the balance and harmony of the remembrance of the self, in resistance or opposition to Satanic inflection. Serving the system’s total or holistic integrity, the brain stem may (also) respond to activity by returning to a bias state from affective influx, providing this likely common process to the existence of life in our modern environment.
I found this after diligently observing and saving every memory of my existence that I could, and I found there was one that I had been having an issue with for a while. With the clarity and stability that I had found from these practices, I was able to more specifically identify the system. While observing and understanding my cranial nerves, I found one apparently related system that I had once thought was the rear of my brain, but now I could see it much more clearly, and it happened to apparently be one of the most ignored systems of the brain (and body), with a Wikipedia article about 5 sentences and a few captions long (at this time).
With an earnest joy, I found that this specific system of my body was the one that was responsible for providing accurate information about the body that was salient enough that my other systems could generate, very nicely, depictions of this information. A lot of this has to do with the fact that your body is your manifest self. Because your body is you, your source of identity is actually primarily mechanical.
When I finally found this one angel of mine, seeing its perspective, it was a scene from a zombie apocalypse. I noticed that when I said something, like, “I love you,” it appeared that a murderous and approaching zombie was saying that, and the same with anything that I said. Once I could see this, it was pretty easy to figure out — I had already made a lot of progress in succeeding in worlds of zombies, and this war I saw was a war that I was familiar with, and had pretty much already solved.
More so than a new battle, this war was more of a memory of the battles I faced against the disinformation of the antichrist. Like an isolated warrior in the middle of a grave and frightening zombie onslaught, I fought on, and progressively improved at my ability to resolve the conflicts that are so enforced and propagated in this world.
I saw this battle going on, once again, but this time I knew I could win it.
The posterior cerebellum represents the home of the identity. It is the fully mechanical side of you (the anterior cerebellum is really a visual, or perceptive, being). The posterior cerebellums is a collection of highly refined meshes — gears, essentially, with a precise meshing between them. It’s like spokes of golden silk, interwoven and spinning against one another, in a meshing so dense that it looks like a viscous oil, even though it is rigid.
The posterior cerebellum is your riches and your history. Similarly to how the anterior cerebellum is your identity, the posterior cerebellum is your possessions. The interesting challenge about this is to not become the posterior cerebellum, as that is not the identity, although it does offer comfort and excitement.
I think you may be able to notice this while singing. If you sing from your anterior cerebellum versus your posterior cerebellum, the sound seems meaningfully different. (Trying this from various angles can be elucidative.)
Your anterior cerebellum is simple to find as it sits just below your eyes, more or less. That means, to focus on it (as some people focus on the center of their brain), you could look upward a very small amount or simply notice that it’s a little lower than one’s eyes. While the cerebellum doesn’t represent the only reflection of identity (the entire system does that in different ways), I think it is helpful to be aware of the anterior cerebellum, which provides a consolidation and effective source of one’s living identity. This manifestation of the self’s identity saves some types of feelings of diligence and perseverance that we might not otherwise have without a singularity point in our minds to have learned to be attentive of. It is quite common for people to have a central mental focus point, and I think, in trying to understand what this should be, if it should exist, the cerebellum seems to be a safe and reliable point of cognitive pursuit that one can follow. (That is the true story of the pyramid and enlightenment, after all — an idealistic cognitive pursuit.)
I’m well aware of the practice of one looking into his mind to focus on his center, and until now I hadn’t found a reliable point to focus on, as all of the other points — corpus callosum, thalami, pineal gland, etc., were not actually the source of self-definition.
I know there’s a practice of focusing on one’s pineal gland, but to me, the pineal gland is more like an LED indicator on the dashboard of an airplane — it’s a good tool for the brain, but I don’t think it really indicates true identity.
I’m also aware that some people practice focusing on their hearts. I don’t think this is a good practice because the heart doesn’t really represent a machine. The cerebellum does, however, along with representing cognitive will. With regard to the practice of focusing on the heart, I wonder if by attempting to directly manipulate the heart, one does not giving it the natural freedom it probably desires. Alternatively, however, perhaps one can benefit from paying attention to the self. The truth really lies in understanding the benefits and detriments of various actions and using that information in application to one’s personal being, as the intricacies of the self may make the way more intricate than is simply obvious.
While thoughts can affect the heart, thoughts have much less of an impact on the cerebellum, which is essentially the stronghold of the mind. Therefore, the practice of energetically influencing the cerebellum, using thoughts, seems to be more agreeable to the body, in general.
Ultimately, the practice leads to knowledge, and I have found that resolution is found by choosing the cerebellum as the source of one’s brain center, so to say. The system that is the mind learns this and then its benefit is no longer missing, just as with any meditation or lesson — the permanence of knowledge provides a way to configure ones mind while reducing workload.
What it all essentially amounts to, and this is, in part, why I call this an ultimate conclusion — even though it is not the most ultimate of all conclusions — is that all with the cerebellum, one is able to calibrate and see the self, as the intersection between cognition and machine (which is technically a variant in cognition), thus allowing for a more direct understanding of the physical nature of personal happiness (well-being), which is derived from the desire for wellbeing for the “I,” which is the self’s identity, represented by the anterior cerebellum. (Without this identity, the world would have no meaning, and we remember from previous stories that it was the Messiah who introduced this message of identity unto the world, and it remains his famous teaching, of who to truly be.)
Ultimately, I think you find that all of one’s desires can be consolidated in the singular desire for the happiness of “I,” who is the identity of the self. That is to say, that in the end, all of the accomplishments and rewards you’ve gained, were all for “I,” which is conveniently represented by the anterior cerebellum (and supported by the posterior cerebellum).
There are two perspectives of “I,” or identity. There is the first person perspective and the second person perspective. From the second person perspective, you see that all is for the good of “I.” From the first person perspective, you see a state of our modern mind that can act with immediacy, spontaneity, and accuracy. Additionally, this appears to be the only focus that permits the absence of double-thinking. (Other systems may indirectly refer to the anterior cerebellum, but this seems to directly and most immediately specialize in reflecting singularity.)
Acting without double-thought is a sought-after ability. This implies to be able to act immediately — automatically. This is provided by the power and ability of knowledge to facilitate machine-like automatic capability. Once something is learned, it becomes very light. I do think that you will need to rescue yourself before you can see the singularity of the self, although I cannot be too sure.
By, “rescue yourself,” I mean that you have brought your (living) memories back to life, and you have understood yourself into knowledge, so that you, by the way of knowledge and thus automatic inclination, continue to save yourself. I think once all is done, all that is left is the identity of the self.
It is important to remember that knowledge is the basis for automatic-like abilities. The cerebellum appears to be helpful in accessing this knowledge, which is why it seems to be tied to the ability to act with accurate immediacy.
Enlightenment doesn’t rely on only perceiving the cerebellum. There are a lot of possible mistakes in reality that one can make in one’s mind, and these mistakes all bring one further from enlightenment. Therefore, while the cerebellum is a very helpful reflection of much of the total system, simply witnessing the cerebellum likely won’t resolve the many issues that prevent one from attaining enlightenment. Without understanding everything until there really is nothing else needed, I suspect you cannot simply rely on the anterior cerebellum for all things associated with true identity.
The foreseeable culmination of the much anticipated eventuality of mankind’s search for understanding and thus (easily) attaining enlightenment does leave us with something else. While the stories and knowledge I have shared are a part of all of our histories, in this universe, I think, we all have a new and unique self-creation story.
I think this story can only be found by knowing “I” — instead of guessing at “I.” Once you do see this eventuality that has been silently and artistically prophesized for a lot of history, then you’ll be able to witness your self. I think that is how we can all find a unique story of the creation of reality.
Every person is a unique name, and they are the meaning of that name. Now, every person has an entire reality that the individual self-created, likely before joining society later on. You can see, then, that the anterior cerebellum is the personal messiah story, with the word, “messiah,” meaning the “me” of reality.
(I imagine, some very many years ago, millions or billions of years, depending on how you count, we each stood on our own planets, in our own universes, wondering if there’s other life out there.)
While the ancient stories of the Messiah had to do with topics we’re more familiar with, like identity, knowledge, science, etc., there are many new stories now that are very unfamiliar to us. I believe that the Messiah, too, has a new creation story, just like everyone.
This experience we are undergoing allows us to clearly understand the importance of the ancient stories, as without them, we would have little guidance to finding enlightenment. Still, that is simply a milestone in our journey through the notion of reality. What’s next is going to be brilliant (as it always should be).
Using the word, “messiah,” in the more general sense, this is when every person is literally like a messiah of their own reality — a reality that bears a unique and before hardly known meaning, and ever person bears an impossible insight into the nature of their created reality. We will see so much more. It will be like Eden times some incredible number.
Internally, a useful eye of accuracy seems to be the anterior cerebellum — it can see the self, the body, and its nuances quite clearly. This also provides it with a unique perspective. The different systems of the body use different methods and dialects to perceive and understand. Finding an informative, accurate, and clear portrayal is desirable. The cerebellum appears to be able to provide such a portrayal (and flexibility of portrayal) of reality.
Being able to see the mind, as it is manifest, it helpful. The ability to congregate information pertaining to one’s coherent identity and perspective can help one in finding congruence and also an ability to see forgiveness. As the central body of self-expression, this system has access to a lot of information pertaining to coherence, which thus pertains to the divine story of the self. With this information, the cerebellum appears to have dexterity regarding accurate ways of communicating this information. Considering the number of systems it carefully deals with (when involved in precise coordination), it likely can translate between dialects of the body very well. This further suggests that it can portray information in a variety of ways and a flexible manner.
An accurate perspective exhibits a quality of great transcendence. Inaccurate memories — memories that are produced from damage — can be seen in the light of this memory and instead of believing in the words of damage, one can remedy their mental configurations to better reflect the truth. In this, forgiveness, or perhaps simply repair, can be found. Malfunctioning memories are actually produced, in part, by damage to the accurate perspective, and as such, can then be detailed and recorded as the effects of damaged perception, upon a clarifying and accurate perception. (This is essentially the process of removing the cracks in the lens from a picture — it is a tangible process of forgiveness).
Imagine if every thought was portrayed as a real live-action movie. In a way, the cerebellum can see the world this way. This is because the information concerning the self that the cerebellum has access to is highly complete — it entertains much more self-describing information than the average person maintains awareness of. Therefore, to the cerebellum, there is a lot going on regarding emotionally-founded message streams, which appear more meaningful than simply mechanics. The mind communicates in meaning. If something is important, it means something, and this evokes action.
It does seem that with its wealth of self-identifying information along with its linguistic prowess, the cerebellum perceives a memory directly of the self. So while when considering a distributed intelligence, there is no one system who can completely understand the self in its entirety, it does seem possible to still possess a stream of conscious that can accurately see the self, in an alternative story, perhaps, which includes all of the emotions, messages, and experiences, physical or cognitive, that one actually experiences as living. This is a perspective that does not ignore large portions of one’s being (the common physical perspective ignores what one thinks). This is a perspective of all of the details of one’s actions. This way, you, with your thinking and emotions included, are always the star of an ongoing story worth reading about, according to the perspective of your anterior cerebellum.
Remember, though, the posterior cerebellum is restful, although it thinks more like a building (switches, circuits, wires, etc., that’s what it knows).
With the help of the cerebellum, one can better see one’s true story. Again, having a stream of consciousness which portrays one without missing details of their being, will, and actions, would be very helpful. That is because the more common narrative of one’s life misses a large amount of information concerning the person. Most of this information regards the thoughts and experiences that one lives internally. Bringing the totality of information which identifies the self and portraying it as a coherent and singular story gives a visual life to the soul.
This ability to perceive the self in a more continuous and integrated fashion allows one to become closer to the truth of who the person is.
We all authoritatively define a unique word, and while it may be difficult to imagine a totally unique concept, I think each person here represents and is self-created by a specific concept, that no one else can really define, but that others are a part of, too, as it is a definition and explanation of (everyone’s) reality.
I know that because we aren’t free to portray the information as we please, we can’t quite see the opportunity everyone provides to the world, each person possessing a unique understanding and definition of being. However, I think there is likely a benefit with this restriction. As makes sense, we are solving some issues so we don’t have them ever again (or anything worse).
The anterior cerebellum can help one find their unique creation story. Understanding a complete perspective of the self can help one identify more subjectively from where the person originates, from a purely ideological self-creating perspective. This story would likely be something that is unusual in the world, but is particularly important and/or meaningful to you. It also would likely be personal to you. (I also suspect it is something that could be expressed well through art, as that is coherent with our theme — the conundrum of Satan.) In the end, the entirety of reality was created for this one purpose, but only you know what it is.
Additionally, because this unique story is the story of your origin and thus birth in this current Archangel, The Fire, that is also your name to The Fire, and it is also the name of “I.”
If we were to use the radio metaphor, this would also be your radio channel. It’s a unique and almost completely unguessable identity. It represents a fond memory of yours and represents an aspect of your personality we didn’t see well in Eden (you may notice a sense of novelty or meaning with the finding of your name).
Understanding the nature of being and how it follows the way of the self, you can also see that you are your creator (or designer). Although the anterior cerebellum has both a first person and a second person perspective, I think these perspectives converge over time, leaving you witnessing yourself as naturally obeying the will of your self, which is a relaxing perspective — serene — it is literally the fundamental doing of nothing, realizing that one’s doing nothing is actually actionable, and it is this doing of nothing that is the true expression of the self. That is, one is doing nothing different than what they are or were trying to do — to be without the chatter of inconclusion — to be “the furthest back” that your eye couldn’t see (to be the initiation of the soul).