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6. Enlightenment (6.2-6.2.5)
Written by Messiah   
Thursday, 06 July 2006

6.2    The Human Mind

6.2.1    Age of majority

Most modern societies have several so called “Ages of majority” classifications. Some are written in laws and regulations and some are just commonly accepted. These classifications normally state a certain age for having sex, buying alcohol, driving cars, going to school and so on. We know about them, but generally just accept them as we understand the needs for them. Think about it again - is it really the age that decide if one is mature in a certain act or thought. Of course not and we all know this, still we accept them as we understand that they protect both society and the individual. What about the subjects mentioned in this dossier? Should there be a limiting age for having this kind of thoughts? Think about it, who would be able to set the age? Scientists normally say they became mature in their areas around age 30 – 35. Before this age they can do a lot of impressive things, but it seems like around the age 30 – 35 they become more understanding of themselves which creates a deeper understanding of science. Regarding the big picture, which I refer to as the subjects mentioned in this dossier, I would state that no one ever will become fully mature and therefore no one could ever set a level of age for it. And you should never trust one who tells you that he or she is more mature than you, as long as there is no specified area or subject of discussion. Maturity is multi-threading and even if one isn’t able to count to ten, he or she could be able to find solutions to complex conflicts in another area. The human mind is capable of such wonderful things and of course it could be used for other purposes also deliberately of not.

6.2.2    Choice – is there a why?

Choice is everything, but what is choice? Choice is the most lied about action ever. The question about why you did something could only be truly answered with: - “Because I chose to do it”. The three: “Have to, Need to, Want to” are just simple and untrue answers to the question why you did it. Even if you try to present a more detailed why, you can’t present the truth. A more detailed answer would be something like: - “it’s the sum of all events that made me choose to do it”. This answer isn’t very useful as it invites to more complex questions, which most likely will be even harder to answer. There are so many factors behind a choice that I would say that there is no why. The one, who pop the why question, isn’t really looking for the answer. He or she is searching for understanding, no matter what the answer will be. Thinking deeper about this, one would get on the correct path in understanding illogical and extreme decisions if used the understanding of the non existing why. Illogical decisions and actions are linked to the individuals conscience and therefore it would be easier to understand if asked questions like: - “how did you think?”, - “What did you do?”, - “What did you say?”. As its understanding you’re searching for, why ask for a why when your subconscious do not trust the answer anyway?

6.2.3    The wheel of consciousness

Have you ever thought about how your mind works? Most of us haven’t. Even if the mind is a very complex system, it’s also very simple to understand its basics. Think of your self and who you are (self image) and try this mantra:

Self image -> Potentials -> Actions -> Results -> Self image ...

The above is the wheel of consciousness. Your own view of yourself sets the boundaries of your potentials, which effects your actions and the result, which then affect your self image - quite easy and strait forward. One normally say: - “If there is a will, there is a way” and your potentials is also rather easy to increase. You just evaluate your actions with the: “What can I do better?, How?, Test and Train” mentality. But, there is a part of the wheel of consciousness that makes everything complicated. It’s the wheels hub of subconsciousness I’m talking about. When the wheel rotates, the mind queries the subconscious, based on the present moment, searching for matching scenarios to use to fine-tune the rotation. It’s in this moment you can spot the liar, because he or she wasn’t able to suppress the subconscious adjustment to the actions. It is on this same level of understanding you have to be if you want to win US Open in Golf. The margins between the professionals aren’t physical any more; it’s all about the mind. If your mind isn’t having a good day, you haven’t got a chance to win.

6.2.4    The hubb of subconsciousness

So what about the subconsciousness then? First you must understand that your brain uses all your senses when storing information in your subconscious databank. This means that, even a simple smell of banana can change the outcome of a thought or an action. Or if it’s cold, if a white bird appears, sound of a train, etc. So how is everything stored? What are memories? The key is emotions! Everything is stored as emotions with links to input from senses at the present moment. The higher emotion the bigger and brighter memory (stored information). Quick test: How much do you remember from the terror day of 9/11? Why do you remember so much? Answer: your high emotions that day made it for you. So linking the rotation wheel of consciousness with the hub of subconsciousness, you now understand that emotional memories are the key unlock your potentials. You now also understand how other minds work and thereby can change the outcome of their rotating wheel by affecting their emotions. OK, you get it. Your subconscious memories are programmed without your own knowledge. Who did it? You did it! Well, your subconsciousness did it. Now you also understand why you get so emotional when you walk into a church. It’s not the church that is emotional, its you. You have programmed yourself by continuously telling your subconsciousness that you should react in such a way.

Statistics say it take 32 times to change a habit. Why? Because reprogramming demands it. Example: you put your wristwatch on your left arm, why? Try change to right arm! When you have managed to do it 32 times in a raw without having to think about specifically, you will never put it on the left arm again. But you can decrease the 32 times if you link large emotions to it. For example: make someone hit you each time you put the watch at the wrong arm. You will definitely not need 32 hits to change your habit. Now you understand programming of the mind. It works the same way when doing more complex programming. For example: bite your thumb each time your have a good laugh. In time you only need to bite your thumb to bring back the emotions you experienced when you had those good laughs. Some minds are easy to steer and program and some are hard. The differences between them are how the emotions have been stored.

6.2.5    Emotions

If you win, how do you feel? If you loose, how do you feel? If you are about to talk before an audience, how do you feel? Do you think emotions are an important for you as a human? Of course your answer is yes. But how can one control emotions so that they do not impact as much? First you have to understand the basics. What is an emotion? My definition of an emotion is the reaction to the difference between the result from the query of the subconscious databank and the input from all the senses in a specific moment. If it differs too much, you get a reaction. Good or bad, it is stored to a level of clearness depending on how big the reaction was. If same thing occur again and again the reaction will decrease as you get used to and can predict it. So up to now you understand that when you communicate, your subconscious will twist the information from you as well as it does to information coming to you. This ends up in a double twist of communication, which of course makes everything complicated or even impossible according to the great Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. He studied the human way of communicating and came up with many great thoughts regarding it. Back to the twists, who or what controls them? Well, much of the mechanisms are built and based on experiences in life. But the personal fundamental values derive from environmental parameters such as: Parents, friends, relatives, workmates, media etc. Emotions is what forever will differ mankind from computers and robots as they must follow a given or a random pattern. Even thou their patterns are programmed for a certain cause, one must understand that our minds also can be programmed, and they are, constantly.

 


 
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