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development of psyche


- ]The Nine Months That Made You - (also see: ]Human Embryo Memories)

- Birth Trauma;

- 1st two years of your life;

- your mother's pregnancy of you;

- your grandmother's pregnancy of your mother...

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Time-Light: getting in touch with your past


]Time-Light is the opposite of 'time-heavy', that which Bryan Hubbard explains is the result of not dealing with your own past.


I've thought myself that i'm going to write 2 books which will probably be very much linked to the above.
I've imagined that i might call these books by the titles
WHY
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"Hello! I'm Over Here!" Your Subconscious Is Talking To You

Now i don't have the resources to look into Bryan Hubbard's book right now, but my idea is that people don't deal with their life because they became conditioned as children to stop asking "Why?"
As a result of this, their subconscious mind fills up with data, ideas, and opinions which remain unevaluated. I think this is what Hubbard calls "time-heavy".

WHY
A psychologically healthy person in the sense that Alice Miller talks about, never learns to shut off the "Why?" in the mind and has no reasons to. There IS no reason to shut it off, for when questions get answered, they just melt away. Not asking questions is not an intelligent or successful way of approaching riddles and though that goes without saying, the conditioning that Alice Miller talks about took place before the mind could be aware of it and we're left living a life without asking "Why?", as we should.
I'd be covering the mechanism, how to deal with it, and what answers it would likely end up offering (i.e. the promise hidden there).

"Hello! I'm Over Here!" Your Subconscious Is Talking To You
In another book i'd only discuss HOW one deals with the above, which is by taking your subconscious mind seriously. The gist of it is that all rhetorical questions in your mind are your subconscious mind asserting itself and, therefore, there ARE no rhetorical questions and each one should be taken more seriously than questions that your conscious mind comes up with, for that can be accessed at any time but the subconscious mind only asserts itself in relation to the present.
The next main issue of the book would cover the immense importance of the choice of WORDS that your subconscious mind applies, resulting in your apparently conscious speech. Each word in your mind's recesses is linked to a past idea or opinion and the words that your mind comes up with to deal with the present tell you about your past and about your subconscious. In a way, your choice of words is telling you about what you REALLY think and feel, though people always recite the same excuse: "Well, i MEANT to say"...
Your subconscious mind, therefore, is constantly asserting itself in your conscious mind but people don't even know this and assume it's so SUBconscious that there's nothing they can do about this aspect of themselves.
The above also would explain that people are inherently bad at communicating with others, as their lack of communication with their OWN subconscious mind leaves them ignorant of what they themselves are about and desire, so how can they convey what they wish (while they are unconscious and unaware of what that even is)?


Being in tune with your own subconsciousness offers great peace, harmony, and control over your own mind, a peace that people who've stopped asking "Why?" (and are a slave to the thoughts and words that pop up in their head) cannot imagine.

I wonder what methods Bryan Hubbard has come up with to deal with people's heaviness [as he calls it]. If you look into it, i'd be very happy to hear your opinion and or experience with it.
My own answer to this matter i've posted about under ]LoA / Magic, words.

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generational development of psyche and society


One of the harshest truths that research points to is that our health and aptitudes can in part be attributed to influences that lie before our very inception and lie outside of our ability to control or repair.
Our mother's health, and even that of her mother, influenced the state of our body and mind today.

When a female baby is born, it already contains the eggs which it will potentially bear one day. These eggs are not there IN POTENTIAL but in reality and unlike male sperm, not a single egg more will be created in the course of a woman's life.
This means that not only does the state of a woman's health at birth determine to some extent the health of her future progeny, but the state of health of HER mother while she was pregnant and her child's eggs were developed, are to some extent responsible for the health of future generations. Your grandmother's health is linked to your own for all of your days.
In as much as these effects determine your potential and actual health, there's nothing you can do about it. One could call it fate but whatever one calls it, research is pointing out that these effects are real.

All of this is more easily understood when considering the effects, for example, of mineral-deficiency; a human [female] egg is built up of genetic potential but genes themselves are physical and require minerals and other elements. When such elements, the building-blocks of human cells are missing, structural integrity of these cells is fundamentally undermined.
Therefore, if your grandmother was minerally deficient when your mother (and the eggs within her body) were growing, this potentially resulted in inferior eggs in your mother's ovaries.

The problem is compounded if your mother herself suffered mineral-deficiency when she was pregnant with you and therefore the composition of your nervous-system, for example, suffered a lack of necessary components for optimal growth. Again, you are then faced with a kind of 'fate', something even the healthiest habits or lifestyles can't do anything about (though they obviously aren't pointless and can effect your health to a very important degree).

There's a growing body of research pointing to all kinds of influences that determine our health during our life:
- An important link has been suggested between at birth and susceptibility to health problems later in life;
- birth trauma (or the lack thereof) could be a very important factor in how we approach life psychologically, as our first impressions outside the womb create neural pathways and conditionings upon which all other neural pathways get set;
- Alice Miller's research points to the life-determining psychological effects of our first days, weeks, months, and 2 years of life,, the further back to our actual birth, the more influential the effect;
- our mother's psychological health or peace of mind while she was pregnant helped determine whether our mammalian or reptilian brain was more prominently urged to develop; did we (literally) grow to be able to cope with a fight-or-flight world in which strong muscles were more appropriate, or were our mental faculties allowed to develop to their greatest potential?


How we treat our offspring as infants could help determine their mental potential for the rest of their lives but how woman today cope with health could be determining important factors in the health in offspring 2 generations down the road.

This also suggests that as our 'civilization' of minerally-deficient soils undermines people's health today, the more generations that grow up in these conditions will become increasingly less able to cope with it. A double-whammy of deficiencies awaits society: as soils increasingly become less minerally dense [today often already at less than 10% of what they were 50 years ago!], people are also increasingly THEMSELVES minerally-deficient (and therefore less able to cope with a minerally-deficient diet).

A child whose body grows up in a minerally-deficient world is a completely different story than a grown-up who was offered good food during childhood and then (i.e. with a body properly developed) has to suffer minerally deficient conditions as an adult. Both may live in minerally-deficient conditions but the adult has minerals INSIDE HIS OR HER BODY to fall back on. The child that never has received access to the necessary minerals while it's body was developing will never be able to 'catch up' to an adult that was offered better conditions during childhood. If it's possible at all [quite debatable], it'll take a magnitude of effort more than what a properly developed person would need to attain potential health.

Health always also has it's psychological and mental aspects and these, too, will become aggravated for individuals and society as a whole down the road. Starving [minerally-deficient] pregnant mothers produce 'inferior' offspring, offspring with less talent for attaining their (genetic) psychological and mental potential. Such offspring are part of society's makeup and will influence everything from economy to politics to common moralities.
The brain has it's physical needs, as it does psychological ones, and the brain organs of today's and future's generations will likely suffer more indignities than past generations ever had to deal with.
The worst of today's deficiencies will, therefore, be felt down the road and things will get worse before they [if ever...] get better.

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the subconscious mind


From the 1946 edition of ]The Eye of Revelation, page 44, on the '5 Tibetan Rites' (also known under the title The Fountain of Youth):

The sub-conscious realm of mind is a very wonderful creation and it is not half as hard to get it to work with you as to get you to work with it. In fact, the sub-conscious takes great delight in working with you in accomplishing anything that you desire. Desire is a very strong force, and when you use desire to induce the sub-conscious to bring about certain desirable results in your life, it will actually be thrilled to work with you, to actually go out and get the things that you want, to cause the desires of your heart to be realized or materialized.
This is something that each of you should know: The subconscious realm of mind cannot feel or sorrow or grief. None of these feelings or emotions are unpleasant to it, would be a better way of stating the matter. Your pain is a thrilling sensation to the sub-conscious. Your joy, enthusiasm, zeal and fervor, also are thrilling sensations to your sub-conscious mind, but as misery is much easier for each one of us to experience than a joy, quite naturally the only real pleasure the sub-conscious gets, and it is a joy-loving creature, is from our pain, sorrow, and misery, and quite naturally it brings about these unpleasant things in our lives thinking that we get as much pleasure from them as does it - the sub-conscious mind.
Once we convince the sub-consciousness that we get our big thrills out of joyous things of life, the sub-conscious will flood our lives with the thrilling things instead of the miserable things of life.

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spirit vs psyche vs body vs brain


Bad moods, depression, lack of will power,, all such things can have causes that have nothing to do with what mainstream thinking suggests. Mainstream thinking and professionals suggest that emotional, mental, and psychological problems originate from psychological trauma that are to be treated with drugs and/or talk. The track record of the professionals is terrible, with patients still ending up suiciding, taking drugs for the rest of their life, side-effects of drugs, and generally not improving much if at all. Still, it seems to be the only option considered.

Nutrition isn't ever even mentioned. Psychic forces and effects are never mentioned.

The truth is that the brain is an organ and needs to be nourished, therefore it suffers from malnutrition. At the same time even a healthy brain can suffer from OUTSIDE forces.
This is too much for mainstream thinking (and professionals) to cope with. Mainstream thinking demands that all answers be found within a very limited range of possibilities and everything outside of that range is deemed "fringe", "alternative", superstition, or worse.
Basically, mainstream professionals dealing with things like emotions give quite similar results as do those dealing with physical health: none at all!

Psychic static or even attack can cause one to feel ill-at-ease or worse. That's about outside influences. Though mainstream thought is that one is defenseless against them [if their existence is acknowledged at all], there's plenty to be done. At the same time, however, other people and their influences in your life cannot be wished away. Other people have emotions, traumas, and desires [including a desire to influence you personally] that you can feel and even be aware of consciously. This is partly THEIR effect and partly YOUR susceptibility towards that effect.
One way to avoid forces that aren't directed at you personally is by just getting out of the way, i.e. keeping distance from masses of ignorant, immature, and/or traumatized others. Some big city centers, for instance, may be challenging for all but the strongest or psychically closed-off individuals. HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH PSYCHIC DEVELOPMENT; one story brought this home to me: Adi Da told of how He sat with His former Guru and underwent the same kriya [spontaneous physical reactions to spiritual forces] that He'd undergone as a devotee years previously, before He's attained His own status as transcended being. In the presence of such a powerful spiritual teacher, the influence is there for all to experience, irrespective of one's own development.

One way to ward off psychic static [of all kinds] is by consciously closing off one's chakras before [or during; but then it's harder] entering into such an area. One can imagine each chakra, starting from the top, and turning it closed clock-wise. This closes them off from random influence. They should be consciously opened up again afterwards or else a healthy interaction with one's environment is limited, but in dealing with crowds or negative groups, this can be a powerful protective measure. (If one forgets to open them up again, they will open again of their own accord in time, no worry.)

The above should serve as an example how OUTSIDE influences can bring about negative moods, emotions, or feelings,, having very little to nothing to do with your own psyche or abilities. There are 7,000,000,000 other souls on the planet; knowing how to shut out their influence at times just makes sense...


The brain is a fatty organ with it's own limitations and demands. In many ways it's extremely sensitive to toxins and malnutrition, in other ways the body gives the brain precedence over other parts of the body so it doesn't suffer from lack. When the entire body, however, suffers from malnutrition, obviously the brain will be impaired at some point, as well.
"Malnutrition", in this sense, shouldn't be assumed to apply to starving children in Africa or something! Mainstream stats show that mainstream foods only contain maybe 10% of the nutrients that they did only 30 to 50 years ago. Intensive agricultural techniques and tactics are hollowing out soil reserves, rendering soil incapable of offering produce that properly feeds people.
Deer that are given hay in winter can starve to death because it's void of the nutrients they need to survive, i.e. they die with full bellies. People suffer similar problems and part of the reason people suffer from addictions, including sugar and other food addictions, has to do with the fact that their bellies are full but they're still basically starving. This is hidden malnutrition [i.e. hidden to the mainstream but very clear to anyone who's informed about such matters] but it is rampant in society and children growing up under these conditions are suffering as previous generations never experienced.

The brain organ needs a lot of fats. Mainstream thought is that fats are bad and that even the 'good' fats shouldn't be consumed in too great quantities. The fact is that high cholesterol is good, fats don't make one overweight [and can effect the opposite], and it's almost impossible to eat too much fat.
Brains are used for tanning hides, the brain of an animal offering about as much fats as is necessary to make their hide into (soft) leather. The Jello-like brain needs loads of fats to function properly. Good fats, obviously. Fats and brains go hand-in-hand, therefore consuming good fats and proper brain function go hand-in-hand, as well, cultural assumptions notwithstanding.


A mundane example of another organ's functioning may serve to illustrate how the different aspects of mind and psyche can confuse; i once worked in an office with 3 others, all of whom smoked. When they had a healthy resolution and all quit smoking (for a time), suddenly the office smelled of typical office machines [computers, printers, etc.] instead of smoke. I'd never smelled the machines before but they were obviously also always present, their smell masked by the smell of cigarette smoke.
The brain and mind can function similarly, not being able to detect certain effects, coming from the inside or outside, because of pollution, malnutrition, or other limiting factors. Only when one deals with such pollution, do other factors and abilities of the mind, brain, or psyche become clear, though they were always present. Only then can one BEGIN to deal with that aspect of life that then can present itself to conscious awareness.
To people who are already enjoying such awareness and/or control (i.e. stemming from understanding and/or experience with these things), people who are unaware just seem unnecessarily blinded to everyday reality. Whether people suffer from malnutrition, trauma, or outside forces,, only knowledge of what's out there can offer control. Drugs and limiting axioms (such as offered by pharmaceutical drug-pushing psychological professionals) only serve UNawareness and continued suffering and the pockets of those who profit by such.

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epigenetics, nature, and nurture


They managed to map the genome years ahead of scedule but since then we haven't heard much from the scientific community on genetics at all. There are 2 main reasons for this:
- they didn't like what they found
- genetics has been superceded by a new science: epigenetics
 
Some of the things they found that they didn't like are that man and ape simply can't be linked and that the so-called missing link is much bigger than they assumed.
Further research, yet mainly outside of mainstream but getting there, shows that each gene can express itself in thousands of ways.
So what determines how genes get expressed? Epigenetics: environment
 
The main environmental point that determines how someone will turn out has long been thoroughly researched and discovered (for all with eyes to read and ears to listen) by Alice Miller. She explains Black Pedagogics and how infants and children are traumatized by their parents in the first weeks, months, and years of their lives mainly. How important/bad is the psychological trauma she speaks of? It is illustrated by The Milgram Experiment and The Stanford Prison Experiment. These have been misunderstood by ignorant scientists who simply used the results thereof to further support their best-guess cultural theories but with Alice Miller's research in mind it becomes clear that killers are made, not born. It's no coincidence that 65 to 85% of people will kill a stranger when so induced by an authority figure but that the folk who tested 85% were when they did The Milgram Experiment in Munich, Germany.
 Black Pedagogics is about crippling by fear through conditioning of the infant mind.
 
So in the end my own research shows that there are many aspects that determine a person's character and ability to function.
There are at least:
- blood type
- genetics
- epigenetics
- psychological conditioning/health (in relation to Black Pedagogics; part of epigenetics).
 
The idea that solely genes and character, for example determined by race, determine a person's abilities lies within the unscientific mainstream paradigm.
 
Apparently mankind is stronger for having 3 distinct blood types [AB simply being a hybrid form], though i wasn't considering setting up some blood type pure community. I'm much more interested in making sure any babies born post 2012 are protected from their traumatized parents. How can that be accomplished? Simply never leave a baby alone with ANY parent at ANY time, not even for a minute. (Reading into Alice Miller's work would make clear why this is so.)
Now, THAT would make a big difference to any community. Actually, my own unique abilities are the result of being safeguarded as an infant through chance. Protecting infants as a matter of culture is the way to a healthy future because they can then grow up to be fearless adults that can live lives of independent thought and hearts, unrestrained by fearful conditioning.
I was writing about this stuff for years on my blog but now it's all just in my head until i can get some writing done. There are important books to be saved, though, like Alice Miller's.

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the scientific explanation for 'mainstream'


One cannot understand mankind without the work of Peter/Piotr Kropotkin. He was a contemporary of Charles Darwin [his The Descent of Man also essential reading!] and carried on where the latter left off. Kropotkin showed that we are a social species by nature. He also showed what Darwin MEANT with his 'survival of the fittest, i.e. that it is between SPECIES and not a fight between MEMBERS of a species. [Darwin himself did not contest this; it was people who interpreted his work who turned 'survival of the fittest' into a dog-eat-dog hypothesis.]

What Kropotkin also showed is why people feel a strong tendency to support the mainstream. He illustrated how and why social species inherently support one another. We all feel murderous intent coming up [that is if we're not drugged down by flourine poisoning and such...] when we're confronted with unfairness. Unfair is when one person has plenty and the other has nothing. It has nothing to do with communism since that says that if one person has LITTLE the person with plenty must give.
That's clear enough and i've mentioned it before.

The support against unfairness has another aspect in extension; it is unfair for the ignorant masses to be expected to change radically. There is an inherent and genetic sympathy for the masses, for the general culture. Genetically, it is the SPECIES that is to be defended. It's the species that defends against OTHER species, which is what Darwin was talking about. It is therefore an important social evolution factor that members of the species support the species as well as other members thereof.

We feel sorry for mainstream people. We sympathize with ignorance. The ignorants are 'our people'. On a planet with 7,000,000,000 it's easy to forget that there was an evolutionary moment in which we had to fight for our right to survive, that it was important to stick together. It was a moment that is hardwired into our deepest psyche.

This knowledge is essential in OVERCOMING these tendencies today! When you feel sympathy for ignorance, it's good to realize that you're dealing with a justified reaction that's to be honored BUT it's no reason to side with ignorance. There will always be those on the cutting edge and in the big picture they'll always have company by others who share their fate. They are not evil rogues, just like Einstein and his work were important, not evil. At moments you will FEEL that you are betraying people, all the same, the more you drift from mainstream.

The latest generations have been doing cutting edge research and we have been learning a few things... The culture is schizofrenic about it, hating the cutting edge while living a lifestyle that's founded on the science it produces.
Centuries of research have not only taught us all kinds of ways to heal diseases that plagued mankind for millennia, some of it has also shown us about OURSELVES. To actually APPLY such knowledge isn't mainstream but at the same time it's just potentially part of a person's life who shows more than average intelligence (and with a rather insane mainstream culture at large, above average intelligence is a small thing...).

The mainstream or 'average humanity' will always be there. It's not to be hated. Disgust of inhumanity is justified, while at the same time we will always support our own species. When we let our humanity support inhumanity, though, we are acting like lemmings, caught in some kind of genetic dilemma. Such is to be transcended. Existing research into the roots of our evolution offers the tools we can use to do just that. When we understand where our sympathies come from we can acknowledge their existence but then just let them pass. If we neither understand nor are able to acknowledge them, they plague us and hold us back, an itch we can't scratch. They can hold you back personally, making you waste time and sacrifice integrity in order to build bridges towards insane popular attitudes.
There's no sympatizing with lemmings, though you may sympathize with their fate. They're not to be hated but neither are they to be followed. You study the lemming, perhaps help it where you can. You don't emulate it.

Also see the post under Conditioning, Trauma, & Syndromes: ]REJECTION

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logical emotion...


Mainstream culture commonly assumes [sic] that emotion and logic have nothing to do with one another, if not actually being opposites. Such is a dangerous assumption to make; the danger of the self-fulfilling prophecy is just around the corner...

Feelings are just feelings. In an authoritarian culture that denies (certain) feelings as a matter of course, Western culture is frustrated and obsessed by feelings. They are, however, made much of, much more than than is warranted.

If you grow up in a society that 'hates !@#$', it's LOGICAL that you FEEL that blacks are inferior, if not downright dangerous. Your feelings are infused with the ideas and opinions of the society in which you grow up and function. There may be little SANE about your feelings but they are utterly logical.
Ironically, the culture that sees feelings as random and mysterious also embraces the professions of psychologist, psychiatrist, and psycho analist,, all based on EXPLAINING away (the root causes of) feelings...
Mainstream culture is inherently schizofrenic towards authority figures (which is in line with a 99% iodine deficiency which is known to cause schizofrenia).

Ultimately, emotions are logical. It's a modern taboo, a heretical statement. A culture bereft of information, consistent reasoning, and common sense sees their emotions as their last vestige of 'self'. What they feel is sacred. It WILL NOT be marginalized by reasoning it away!!!
I thank god that my emotions are logical. In fact, when i experience an emotion that i cannot explain, i have an incentive to (re)consider where the hell it came from. This doesn't make my life boring or shallow, it offers peace and sanity.
What conscious thoughts you have today will make up the matrix of emotions you have tomorrow. GIGO: garbage in, garbage out. If your emotions are a sea of mysterious influences that rule your life, that has nothing to do with emotions per se, it has to do with a lack of sophistication and disclipline in regard to conscious processes in the past.

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- neo-cortex: conscious brain
- limbic [chemical] brain: emotional brain
- cerebellum: reptilian brain

Logic, emotion, instinct; each with their own history, their own way of dealing with life, their own rules.
Being human and understanding what it means to be human must include understanding of the above. You are not just your emotions, instincts, and thoughts; you are ALL of these. What's more, they ALL have their place and it's NOT hierarchal. When you place thought BELOW emotion or instinct, you are not balanced; then you're putting emotion and/or instinct ABOVE your cerebral abilities. Then you're putting the animal in you above what makes you human.
Much of modern culture, however, is just about doing that. Modern (authoritarian) culture would argue that you are some kind of pack animal who needs an authority figure to keep you in line. Though this reasoning is not in line with research, it suggests that only the conscious brain of a few people should be allowed to determine what the pack does. It suggests power-based authority is natural for human beings.
You are more than either your emotions, thoughts, or instincts. As a human being, you are all of these simultaneously. As a healthy, whole, and balanced human being,, you think, feel, and react instinctively and these facets of your existence are all a part of who and what you are. If, however, you place emotional responses over what you think, or the other way around, you are denying very basic aspects of humanity. That's about inhuman or unnatural culture. Power-based authority is unnatural. The brain itself is at odds with the principle thereof.

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more on the use of words


]The Truth About English: Phonics, Phonetics, Etymology
How do I even begin? Is it by telling you about how we’ve unwittingly been CAST into the MOLD of ancient SPELLS of our modern SPELLING? CAST just like a MOLD, or perhaps like a NET? while caught, like fish, in the net of spells and spelling that have been cast, thus SENTENCING us to LIFE SENTENCES and the CURSES of CURSIVE which are just TERMS, just like serving a PRISON TERM.

So we’ve been SENTENCED to the WARDS of these WORDS which can be deadly as SWORDS if misunderstood or perhaps you missed the understanding of my TERMS or the SYBILS of my SYLLABLES, or even the ancient RITES of writing??


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