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Even after reading the DOTS pages for the last few months

it's still hard to wrangle my cognitive dissonance and pin it to the mat.  A decade of learning at the fringes and connecting dots for the last few years, I'm still steeped in ignorance about the bigger pictures.

Most of my learning is at the ground level, dealing with the dailiness of life.  Only recently have I shifted gears and had the time to read and reflect more about these subjects.  It's frustrating as heck to find even cursory review tells me my ignorance is deep and wide.  

The  more 'esoteric' parts of aliens is still part of my learning process.  

For years I thought the idea of aliens was just a lot of hooey.  The book Rare Earth pretty much eliminated the notion of another earth-like planet as the author used a Drake Equation to make his case.  

I bought that reasoning because I wanted to believe that people who were  comfortable with the idea that aliens were real didn't fit my views. That was a place of certain comfort to me, something that could be walled off,  even though my early beliefs were that life existed in other solar systems as well as ours.  As an example,  learning about the reality of Chem Trails was so upsetting I could barely process the notion that we're being gassed and crippled by our government.  These discussions are a another order of magnitude.

The science of exoplanets showed that most suns have planets.   That data was then countered by the implausible statement that these worlds would not support our version of life.  Even as that was trotted out it would be  pure hubris to think our life form was the predominant one. Unless the planet had earthlike conditions,  the chances that life existed was remote. Can't be scaring the locals, yanno.

As thousands were discovered in our neighborhood, my knowledge of numbers told me that with 100,000,000,000 suns in our galaxy, there's probably 5 times that in planets.   There was not a flying F chance that all were barren worlds.

This board  quickly moved me to conclude that even without me actually meeting an ET, it's completely plausible that this solar system, outside of earth,  has been a place of life for billions of years and part of a vastly greater ocean of  life, even within a few hundred light years from earth 

Now I need to get up to some speed on how our species is genetically and culturally related to other exoplanet life forms. The evidence has been hiding in plain sight for decades and centuries.  Pan Spermia seems to have a deep reality here.

Even more than that are the beliefs and statements here that extend the thinking so far beyond my parochial ideas that I have to sit down and reflect on what's written.  It's  like Chemtrails; ideas and facts of such magnitude that it undercuts decades of thinking I knew something about this subject.   The ground under me seems slippery at times and footing is not easy.

Thank you for your feedback. 

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Damn, Abguy just went and

Damn, Abguy just went and opened Pandora's box!! Hell ya, it's a huge subject but thoroughly investigated it can take us into another paradigm of understanding on health.   

All those creepies in your gut are living organisms at war busily devouring your healthy tissue.   Their prime function, same as yours.  Survival.  

Abguy talks about the body consciousness.  Yes, your body has consciousness.  Your organ and cells in your body have consciousness.  

I have a friend who I've been reading her work for over 30 years.  Crest of the wave stuff on health, healing, spirituality.  She had a heart transplant.  Now imagine, the new heart not wanting to go into your new body becauase it was grieving the loss of it's previous owner?  

A little excerpt from her book.  While she was doing work with affirmations and her organs and cells. 

"This spurred an idea to make a formal announcement to all my organs and cells "Hey gals, we need to work together to get well enough to get on the heart transplant list so that we can be completely healthy again"

I felt a lot of resistance this time. 

"you can't just barge into our world and tell us what to do."  I heard Liver say.  

"You're part of my body." 

"you are a part of ours too," the organs said as one voice.  This put me in my place.  "Youare no more important than we are." they said  "you can't live without us.  We can't live without you.  We think that makes us a team."

That made sense.  "Aren't I in charge?"

Silence

"Well then who is?"

"Heart is in charge of the body.  You are in charge of our entire being, our well being and our destiny.  You're the one who decides a life purpose, and we in turn allow you to fulfill it" 

"And who are you?" 

"Im the spirit of your liver.  I'm second in command and you have alot to learn."

Wow, I'm humbled. "I'm listening." I said respectfully.  

"Each organ has it's own intelligence center, or spirit, and we deserve some respect.  It was rude to tell us we needed to work together to get on the heart transplant list.  Maybe we don't want to get a new heart."

"Oh?"

Obviously the intelligence centers of the organs each had a conscious individuality.  They had a voice and liked having it heard.  They had insights and information that I wasn't consciously aware of and they had feelings too.  

I realized I could not just barge into my organs world and demand they make changes.  They needed to get to know me first.  We needed to develop a relationship.  In the process, I would learn about them, and the community of organs they lived among and how their actions influenced each other.  

It's enough!   Believe me it's enough.  That's alot to swallow to go from a paradigm that your organs are mere tissues, inanimate objects to your organs are intellegence centers, each with a place in a hierarachal order of authority with feelings.   

This first time somebody breaks the news to you, you SHOULD fall off your seat.  You should be having conversations within yourself about how we have been programmed and how little we know.   

It also should give you anew appreciation of herbal medicine has just not molecuelar substances with fancy chemical equations.  They are information based medicine giving your organs new information.    They are spirit brought into matter giving your light encoded information to your organ system.   

The mineral kingdom, and I include gold and silver, although they are not the king or queens, are light encoded information that works within the earth to balance the meridians, and blocks and toxic waste. They are in communication with each other.   Only when mined, fashioned with the right consciousness, can they be used to promote human health at a much greater level than even herbs.  You can balance your entire meridian system if you know what you are doing.  You can remove patterns of energy that cause disease.  There are people in the background.  NOT on TWITTER.  Not in public view unless you know where to look, with missions, to bring out new information and who are single handedly responsible for an increase in consciousness in our understanding of the human body.  

BE IN AWE!! Be Super curious.   

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Loyal, Hopefully, you found

Loyal, 

Hopefully, you found your way to the healthfood store.  It's not complicated.  
 

Just take the manuaka honey and put a tablespoon  on a dish.  If you got the tea tree oil, you can put it on the honey as a salve.  Just rub it on your finger.   Just be diligent and keep doing it.   

When the book comes in, read the part of systemic herbs.   He has all the resources and recipes in the book.   Hopefully, it will be gone by then.  But if you're immunocompromised, and it's not going away, you might want to drink some of those herbs.  

I don't have as much experience with Manuaka honey as Ag1969.  I've been eating a tablespoon twice a day.  Tastes alot like that bee pollen/royal jelly stuff.  

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Wow, now I am really scared. 

Wow, now I am really scared.  I hope that I can arrest the growth of this thing.  I am thinking that I have let my immune system decline because of the work that I do.  It is beyond stressful and my body does not handle consecutive 12-hr (errr 13-hr) shifts very well.  My diet has declined to eating like an idiot too.  Half the time, I get a meal a day and it is on my way walking to my truck to go home from work. 

Thank you for the link.  I will try both your and AG's suggestions.

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Fix,  As above, So Below.

Fix, 

As above, So Below.  The implication of that statement  is little understood.  Understanding the purport of that small, seemingly innocuous statement, can change your entire perception of what the world is about, and how it works.  This was only an element of Plato's work where he spoke at length of how society and humans needed to reflect the intelligence of the macro, into the micro.  

The hermetic laws aren't about repeating something to impress people at a cocktail party.  They have profound implications and are at work in the mundane things in life.   The extend to which As above, so below is playing out in the events we are witnessing is beyond most people's consciousness to see.  

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LoyalWeim wrote: Wow, now I

LoyalWeim wrote:

Wow, now I am really scared.  I hope that I can arrest the growth of this thing.  I am thinking that I have let my immune system decline because of the work that I do.  It is beyond stressful and my body does not handle consecutive 12-hr (errr 13-hr) shifts very well.  My diet has declined to eating like an idiot too.  Half the time, I get a meal a day and it is on my way walking to my truck to go home from work. 

Thank you for the link.  I will try both your and AG's suggestions.

Chill out! Stay cool!  You can heal just about anything in the body.   

I studied with Donna Eden for awhile.  A guy lived far away from healthy food.  His only source of food was 7-11 and he was in poor health when he was able to improve his health considerably.    

The first thing is your emotions or worry over what you did wrong and setting in a guilt pattern will be worse for you then the food you are eating.  

So slow down.  Start giving thanks for whatever you are eating.  I don't care if it is candy bars and pork rinds.   

Let me see if I can find Donna's food clearing protocol.  But for now, anything you eat, just take your left hand and make counterclockwise circles with your left hand to pull out the bad energy.  This alone started giving the guy with good health.   

Your thoughts are more important than you think.   

Are you doing work around toxic chemicals, paints etc..?? Make sure you have a mask.  Keep that thing on...

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Loyal,  I confirmed with one

Loyal, 

I confirmed with one of Donna's teachers.  Counterclockwise over your food with your left hand.  It's called unwinding.   And you can say a few positive words about your food and take your right hand and circle it clockwise just for balance.   

This conversation about the microbes in your belly can freak people out.  It's not a nice reality, but getting stressed out about it can be counter productive.   I don't usually post energy medicine stuff because people have a hard time with it and for many people working with their own energy systems can be overwhelming.  But this one is simple.  

Realize that your body is an electric grid.  One big electric grid with energy flows moving up and down and across the body.  The health of your body is more dependent on the energy grid than it is your the nutrients coming in because bad nutrients can be processed better with healthy people.  

Your flows are getting socked everyday due to all sorts of stress.   You have "fuses"  called alarm points that can go off.  You can have too much energy in your gird, not enough energy in your grid, and your emotions are directly tied to this energy grid.  

When you get stressed our or worried, it's IMPERATIVE that you know how to balance these flows.   Our ancestors knew how to do these things intuitively.  We've gotten so far away from this information, it's considered woo woo, and out there.  

Your hands are jumper cables.   If you put your hand on one point on the grid, that energy will travel through you, and go into the oppossing hand and into that meridian.   You can balance almost any two meridians.   

I've seen people who were about to have heart attacks chill it out by doing this.  I was at a restaurant with some people and this woman ate some sesame seeds and realized she could go into shock.  Not a problem.   There are 100's of stories of people ready to go in for medical treatment for serious conditions that were completely removed when given the right knowledge.    

One finger, one finger alone has over 14,000 electrical points that are connected to your organs.  There are points on your hand that can deeply effect your field into the deepest layers of you subconscious and help hell trauma.   

Got it?  We are dealing with some of the most profound form of healing and the results are often immediate.   

So if the conversation about what's in your gut, freaked you out, you need to put this to use.  It will chill you out and balance your emotions.  YOu worry less about doing it right, and just be content that you are moving toward resolution.     

This particular exercise comes from Alice Burmeister will brought the study of Jin Shin Jyutus to the western world.  It's called the Great Harmonizer.  I found somebody demonstrating it on youtube.  

There is nothing difficult about it, yet it is totally profound in it's effects.  You don't have to identify points.  Worry if you are sensitive enough to work with energy.   etc, etc,  You are just holding your fingers that correspond to energy systems in your body and emotions.   

If the idea of microbes that have consciousness bothers you.  DO IT!!! NO excuses.   You will feel happier and more balanced, and probably fall asleep before you even finish the protocol.   

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Stress is one of the things

Stress is one of the things most know not how to manage and it can be one of the most damaging things to health. My management of stress is helped by my physical exercises of skiing, bicycle riding and fly fishing. These activities create a relaxed focus of time and space which lead to a meditative type of state of mind releasing the worries of daily life. The repetitive actions of these activities help me create a mindless bliss that lets worries melt away and leaves me in a relaxed state of mental awareness and comfort even if my physical self is huffing and puffing from the exertion.

There are infinite ways folks manage stress with many using yoga, meditation, controlled breathing, pleasant thoughts. For me with my physical activities I incorporate some of the means mentioned with my exercises to multitask and have had great results apparently, especially for a type A personality. I can sit and relax for 5-10 minutes and get my blood pressure down to 100/50 with a heart rate of 45 or often lower when I focus on my inner self and the buzzing of the BP monitor even with the TV loud enough so my wife is happy.

My health isn't perfect but for a senior I am sound enough that my doctors keep telling me to keep doing whatever it is I am doing. They also tell me to be cautious with my sports activities as I'm not 20 years old any more and some of my injuries have come close to leaving me not needing to worry about my health any longer. I have given huge effort to not be pushing my limits quite so hard or being so competitive I am testing the injury line yet still having fun.

Stress is something we all can manage just like diet and exercise, and no it isn't necessarily easy,,,,,,,, or everyone would do it. Life is far to good to be checking out sooner than necessary. Quitting cigarettes is by far the most difficult thing I have ever done, even harder than managing alcohol after being a heavy habitual beer drinker for decades. I have had relative success with both efforts and salvaged my health in the mean time.

We all need to do the best we can at maintaining our physical health along with our mental acuity in an effort to manage a high quality of life. It is all a balancing act on the tight rope of life. Especially with the cabal doing everything they can to turn us all into blubbering mindless idiots.

Welcome to the forum LW.

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Loyal Wein Thanks for coming on this board, bringing up things

that are personal in nature.  I'm like the new kid in school, for once posting about things that have been gnawing at me.  Your venture here gave me the incentive to add some commentary.

GL's comments about the healing touch got me to thinking about my mother's side of the family;  the maternal line.  All were healers going back at least 3 generations.  Dad's line was county doctors.

His comments about hands being like jumper cables is easy to grasp.  Directing healing energy into the hands can power repairs.

Mom and grandma had some sort of native intuitive ability to heal with touch.   Whether it was putting their hands on their own ouchie parts or others, they could fix the damaged parts in a few hours to around 2 days.  I could do it when I was young but didn't keep on track until much when some parts broke.  I was on my own  and needed fixing outside traditional medicine.  

Maybe your infection might yield to your own healing hands touch. Your will is powerful. You're in the health care industry so your energies are on the good side of the ledger. It seems natural that as you do for others,  you could do more for yourself than most people.

My naturopath  specialist gave me some instructions on how to keep my hands on the damaged parts that had an accumulation of injuries over many years. If nothing else, it removed pain from damaged joints and repaired some tears in tissue.   A staph infection in my leg  picked up at a gym would not go away so I focussed on  getting  it better. It took a while but it disappeared.

Admittedly I fall back on western medicine because it's easy to go see the doc and get some pills etc.  My experience is limited in these respects and I can only rely on personal matters of health.  The others here are more knowledgeable and should be able to give input of real substance.  

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Birds almost certainly...

Science always leaves some wiggle room, sometimes a lot, to allow for the acceptance of a better theory that conforms more precisely to the observations.

I like to cite our ideas about the age of the Earth. In Victorian times it was argued that the Earth could not be more ancient than a million years since even if the sun were made entirely of coal it would only be able to burn about that long.

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No Worries LW

But since it seems that you have moved into nursing you need to be double careful. One of my workmates has a nurse wife. She recently had an elbow MRSA infection that she cannot get rid of. Came out of nowhere. I think she probably rests her elbows on the counter at work. Take care because these bugs can last for days on a dry surface and they are extremely hard to get rid of. Specially if you have killed off all of your "natural" resistance using antiseptic soaps.

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@LW the point was

That you may have a cure within your reach. NOW. Get onto the probiotics.

Manuka honey is often falsified internationally. In my local supermarket you cannot buy Manuka Honey because it is in lock down. The REAL stuff is held behind the counter.

Same with genuine Bluff oysters. Can't get them without fronting up to the supervisors.  YUM

It's OK because I only buy in the proper season.

I can package some Honey up and send if you don't have a conduit. Warning - It is VV expensive.

The good stuff gets stronger the longer you store it.

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AGXIIK wrote: I bought that

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I bought that reasoning because I wanted to believe that people who were  comfortable with the idea that aliens were real didn't fit my views. That was a place of certain comfort to me, something that could be walled off,  even though my early beliefs were that life existed in other solar systems as well as ours.  As an example,  learning about the reality of Chem Trails was so upsetting I could barely process the notion that we're being gassed and crippled by our government.  These discussions are a another order of magnitude.

I like your honesty.  

If you're not waking up in your life, every so often, and saying to yourself, WTF is going on here?  You're not growing.  

The idea of shocking people out of their narcoleptic slumber into higher truths.  That's all Abguys idea.   I am on record voting NO. 

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We've not spoken in this before...

https://www.cellmedicine.com/

...Does anyone have any experience or knowledge on this subject.  My hip has been hurting for 2 yrs now. I played bball and soccer weekly for last 25yrs...chiro, pt, steroid shots...pain still there. They'e trying to tell me I have oldmanitis, but I want to get back on the soccer field...a new hip was mentioned but I say no way for now...seems like something to consider...stem cell therapy...Anyone?

And Gl, don't forget about me, thx

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https://www.cellmedicine.com/

...Does anyone have any experience or knowledge on this subject.  My hip has been hurting for 2 yrs now. I played bball and soccer weekly for last 25yrs...chiro, pt, steroid shots...pain still there. They'e trying to tell me I have oldmanitis, but I want to get back on the soccer field...a new hip was mentioned but I say no way for now...seems like something to consider...stem cell therapy...Anyone?

And Gl, don't forget about me, thx

That's a huge subject. 1000 page manuals, classes and experimentation.

Find a picture online of a hip, and be specific the location of the pain.  I'll try to find 2 or 3 easy techniques to relieve your pain.  I helped some old guy with an old football injury that doctors gave him steroids and pain killers.

Pain is too much energy in your wires/meridians. Somebody needs to teach you how to release the energy. 

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Vonburpenstein Here is my experience with stem cell treatment

In December 2916 my doc recommended Dr McClish, a stem cell practitioner in Reno Nevada.  He checked my right achilles tendon and found a bad partial tear   I'd been limping for months after  inadvertently overusing/abusing the tendon.  He did two sets of PRP treatments (Platelet rich plasma).  The plasma is extracted from from a few tubes of whole blood and injected into the tendon. He also culled enough to inject into my boxer thumb joints.

The PRP on my achilles worked perfectly   Wearing a hard boot to partially immobilize my leg helped stabilize the area. It took around 6 months to complete the healing.  Despite the fact that I was not diligent during that time, due to 3 months of severe snow fall in our area, moving our domicile and other heavy lifting, the tendon was completely repaired.  

The boxer thumb treatment didn't work  quite as well because those joint were. subjected to constant abuse during the same time period.  The damage to knee, hip, thumbs and tendons was a result of 10 years as a power lifter.  That'll grind joints to mush.

Dr McClish also did a stem cell treatment for my right knee. The cartilage and soft tissue is FUBAR and normally treated by knee replacement

This was an in-office procedure that involved extracting a few tubes of bone marrow from my iliac arch and a goodly amount of PRP.  The  extraction process was pretty strange to say the least but not painful and was done with superior medical protocols of infection control with great precision in the overall work  I have high praise for the doctor. His success rate is around 85-90%  I was awake during the process and kept up a constant Q&A, allowing me to get an assessment of the process

The stem cells are your own; fresh, pluripotent and autologous, meaning these marrow cells are the best available.  Some clinics use embryonic cells or those harvested from other sources.  His is the only clinic that uses your own.

Now, as to the knee results.   I have to admit I screwed up.  The healing was moving along according to plan but I did not follow the instructions given to me   That is completely on me.  The fix was partial, not full.  I'd say I'm 50% better and the knee is doing ok but it's far from perfect.  

I did a lot of things to the knee during the healing, basically sacrificing the doctor's good work.  Some of which involved the labor to shovel 40 feet of snow that fell in our area, the heavy lifting of moving to a new home and taking care of my wife for around 6 months. before and after her surgery.  All of these activities were pretty muh in conflict with the time allotted to  allowing the healing process to do its work. 

My plan is to visit the doctor soon and have him hit the knee with some PRP treatment, restarting the stem cell healing process.  That jumpstart is supposed to get the stem cells back on track and continue the healing

This process and its result for me were excellent for the tendon and reasonably good for the knee.  

For what it's worth, a hip is a whole other matter.  Mine blew up in 2012 after years of lifting.  I was doing some cane fu and yoga with a local master, trying to get the hip to fix itself.  During a yoga session my labrum exploded and that was that. End of hip joint.  The replacement was a normal process with 3 months of recovery.  That  was welcome  because the pain of walking was intense.  The replacement  gave me back my mobility even though I not longer do the heavy weights.

On the other hand, my knee doesn't get a vote in the replacement process.   A friend is coming to town next month with some CDB oil he says works miracles in painful joints.  I'll test drive that protocol and see how it works long before I have a saw bones hack off my leg and shove a bunch of metal and plastic in the hole.

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My wife has two knees and a

My wife has two knees and a hip. She had nothing but praise for the procedures and the immediate relief from pain. She skis and rides horses with no limitations. Sorry I can't help beyond that. 

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I concur on joint replacements, Sierra Skier

Half my friends have metal knees and hips.  The other half wish they did.

Shifting to a stem cell process was to avoid the surgery.  There's no pain med, opioid or otherwise, that works for me on post op pain .That was a doozie for the hip.  I hear knees are even more painful.

If nothing else, I need to convince myself that 3 months of pain and rehab is worth getting a replacement.  My wife and I are more than a  little tired of operations. Between the two of us it's 6 in 5 years.  We've been on that surgical conveyor belt for 5 years so I'd prefer to gimp along for a while before going back under the knife. Chalk it up to my weird nature and nothing else.

BTW  Are you close to the Reno area?   PM me.    We live in the Galena area south of Reno and meet regularly with other TFMR regulars for a lunch.  

Feb 2 Eric Dubin is in town and plans to attend. 

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Where good men can disagree…

I started exploring the notion "what ever you believe will be true for you" many years ago. Applying this to the notion of "as above so below” can become tricky, if the underlying beliefs that are applied to this concept are not based in reality.

We had much discussion on the concept of hierarchy, as opposed to a far more evenly dispersed perception of conscious control.

In a lot of literature, it is often referred to as ”holographic”, as entire systems are replicated at every level, and in a manner of speaking, the entire universe is within each and everyone of us.

The conversation Green Lantern repeated regarding the woman having conversations with her individual organs, was something I could relate to, but in the context of as above so below, if everything you know to be true is structured in a hierarchy, then why wouldn't it be reasonable to assume that your individual organs wouldn't organize themselves in the same manner? 

As a child, I would have similar conversations with different aspects of myself. But it was always from the perspective of teamwork, and I never assigned a chain of command. Quite frankly, I did have an overall perception that it was “Us" against "the world”, and such conversations were usually geared towards not so much rallying the troops, although it might of had that effect, but getting everyone on board, and on the same page.

I recognized very early on that our entire world is built on hierarchies, but for some reason, I always considered this an aberration, or a mass delusion.

The nature of my posts always come from that perspective.

Argentus Maximus,

As I post a lot of things here that I'm not in complete agreement with, I think that Zero Hedge article deserves considerable clarification.

I don't believe we are living in a video game, and I don't believe our universe is based on a video game.

Like a lot of things, I considered it a thought experiment.

To put the allegory more accurately, video games are loosely based on our reality, and a good programmer incorporates as much of it as possible into the virtual worlds they create.

This being said, there are certain aspects of reality that can be more easily understood with a good grasp of how a video game is constructed.

The universe does run on operating principles, and gaining some knowledge of these principles is useful.

But just like the conversations we have within our own body, a video game allegory needs to work from a central premise.

Is everything organized in a hierarchy? or is everything self organizing, and holographic?

Now, if you have been raised in the school of the "imaginary sky daddy”, where all authority is centralized at a single point, like a mainframe processing chip, where all of reality gets its  dictates from  "Central command”, things will be organized quite differently, through a chain of command.

Then if you come from the more holographic perspective, "Universal consciousness” where the intelligence is evenly distributed across the universe, and inherent in all matter, both animate, and  inanimate, from that perspective, there are no hierarchies, just voluntary cooperation for the good of all.

In my conversations with myself, there was never a chain of command, because I've never believed in the concept, I never felt a need for one.

For example, am I to describe the heart as the captain? Assign the brain the position of first officer? Assign my stomach the position of the nutritional officer, the lungs as the Sergeants of respiration? Make my legs the transportation Department? My gut the refuse officer? My eyes and ears as the intelligence department? See them as information officers? Put my nose in charge of all the things that can be smelled?  

Here is where placing all of these different aspects of myself in a matter of hierarchy becomes problematic. Who's more important? Who gets a higher, or lower position on the hierarchical food chain?  Do we have to give every organ a rank such as sergeant, lieutenant, a col. adm. supreme commander?

Do I need an emperor, a dictator, a president, a king, furor? Should I organize the cells of my body with the rank of minister, priest, Monsignor, bishop, Cardinal, or Pope?

I consider such a concept patently ridiculous.

Seeing as I don't believe in hierarchies, and never have, the whole notion of assigning rank just seems ludicrous to me.

As above so below,

When I look outside of myself, I see human beings just doing their jobs, performing their functions, without any inherent chain of command.

Now occasionally, I will come across some psychopathic moron who does not share my worldview.

It is at this point, that conflict can arise.

In the holographic view, there is no inherent need for conflict, or competing interests.

In the hierarchical view conflict is inherent in the system.

I offer as evidence, that those that generally believe in a Universal consciousness, self organize without conflict.

Those that worship an imaginary sky daddy, live in perpetual conflict and dominance games.

What if your internal organs perceive themselves as a team that must work together? They might actually get along with each other, for the benefit of the team.

What if your internal organs are organized in a hierarchical construct? Do they organize as warring factions, squabbling over who's in charge? Creating perpetual internal conflict?

What you believe to be true, will manifests itself on every level. You can have your gut flora organize itself into warring factions, or you can have them all working together to accomplish a desired goal.

Aberrant beliefs can play out within your anatomy, across society, across the planet, and across the universe.

They can affect the microcosm, and the macrocosm.

They're interdimensional, and affect the physical, mental, and spiritual planes of existence.

My simple formula for evaluating beliefs, is what works, and what does not.

It's exactly the same way I evaluate anything I work on in my chosen professions.

Whether or not anyone agrees with me, is irrelevant. When it's my job to fix something, I have to go with what works.

Hierarchical constructs are self-destructive. Holographic constructs are the essence of creation, and how things actually work.

Just changing that singular belief will fix anything.

Sadly, it's not for everyone. I suppose there will always be those hellbent on perpetuating dominance games.

A universal consciousness affects everything, a group consciousness based on aberrant beliefs is self-destructive.

As a group, humanity has chosen to organize itself in a profoundly self-destructive manner.

Sickness is a direct result of that. 

Hey Green Lantern,

If I had the time, I'd love to challenge your beliefs in an internal organ hierarchy, but it would probably go the same way as our governmental hierarchical discussion. 

As above, so below. wink

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