In order to create the best approach to anything, it is important to know what your resources are, how they work, and how to use them. This is why it is very important to understand how your mind works, why it works this way, and how to control and use our mind as a natural resource we are each given. Our minds are a complex biological technology with the capability to process its many functions seemingly quicker than time itself. Each of our minds develop a unique algorithm to carry out these functions, which is why it is up to individuals to discover these psychological patterns for themselves. Our minds are capable of much more than we’ve been brought up to believe, each being proficient in their own unique manner. This is why I aim to encourage all to explore their minds and understand them, so we can learn in greater detail what our most powerful resources are and how to use them.
If you’ve read my posts, I imagine some will ask themselves “Who is this guy to say that this is the way things are, why does he think he knows these things any better than us?” and the truth is that I don’t know what I’m talking about, nothing I share is for sure, just as how we can’t be sure wether or not our reality is a computer simulation. We perceive a very insignificant amount of depth of our reality, yet it feels like we see everything that there is to see. The reason for this is that we can’t know what it is that we don’t know, in other words, what we don’t see will never actually be apparent until we are able to see it, but the question is how can one know when this is the case? When you look at a rock, you see a closed structure, when in reality it is a complex and intricate network of rock matter with many holes and tunnel like structures .
This is when assumption can seem like it has to be true, and when what is seen is only an observation of what you can’t entirely see. The seemingly closed structure of the rock is the observation, and the intricate structure is a further observation, but the truth is further than we can perceive due to our inability to be able to see the atoms or even what makes up the atoms, we will never truly know when/if we’ve seen the entire picture. If you use this same logic to apply to what we know about reality, this is how one can understand that it is impossible to truly understand what reality is, all we can do is build our logic based off of our observations.
Nobody knows what they are talking about, they only think they know what they are talking about. In our society, there is a kind of hierarchy of intelligence that many perceive in order to associate specific people with a certain level of intelligence in order to place them either above or below one another. There are other factors that play a role in this placement but intelligence is what tends to appear more immediately. The reason why this is a significant flaw is because one assumes the intelligence of another having witnessed only a series of events while the person being questioned could be coming from somewhere completely unexpected, which would lead to them being misjudged, yet still completely discredited, based off of an insufficient amount of information.
Strong emotion, due to the impulsiveness associated with it, is a major example of how one can distort the way they are seen, which is a perfect time for assumptions to be created and for a false idea of who this person is takes place. Not only can this system make the relatively intelligent look unintelligent, but it can make the unintelligent look intelligent. This is dangerous when one claims to know how to fix a problem, when in reality their limited knowledge can cause them to worsen the problem, and those who think differently and know how to fix it are silenced due to their seemingly inadequate minds, causing the solution to be further postponed. It is human nature to follow an idea we think is good, but if we think a bad idea is a good one due to ignorance, our thoughts will build off of something irrational and therefore continue to be irrational. Of course this blog entry itself is all an idea based off of observation and thoughts that can possibly be branched from irrationality, but I feel as though acknowledging these things can help one realize how frequently these extents of irrationality occur and why/how they occur. In the end, irrationality and perceived irrationality is a result of associations that exist in the mind but don’t exist in reality, and our knowledge is an observation as opposed to the actually occurring reality.
What is detail? What allows us to perceive a specific depth of detail? Can we control our perceptions of detail?
After entering the realm of detail, the teachers (entities of obscure dimension) taught me how little depth of detail we normally perceive, and allowed me to see the potential depth of detail we can perceive. Color and shape allow us to form visual clues of the atomic structures around us. We do not acknowledge, and we can not acknowledge, the true and full depth of detail. This detail is of something that visuality will never be able to explain, but it exists everywhere constantly.
The way we see flowers, insects, crystals, and other intricate things, is very limited due to the intricacy and complexity of the actual existing form. Our role in time is nothing more than a frame of the entirety of time. The flow of time in the universe is like a rapid waterfall, and we are but one of infinite individual moments within the infinite moments of the waterfall.
In other perceivable planes of existence, it is possible that entities only need to exist for a short period of time, which is why in the grand scheme of things we do. Due to the fear of death, and the strong will to thrive ones own existence, we have created the need to slow down time ourselves. We have selfishly created this extent of relativity. This selfishness is what caused us to have such limited perception and understanding of the depth of detail. What was supposed to be a fun and short spin around a giant star on a spherical rock has now become a slow and painful journey of unknowing. A shorter journey would be lesser questioned, and thus, more immediately appreciated, allowing our brains to want to see the full depth of detail.