Jan Cox Talk 0527

No World Problems, Only ‘Personal’ Ones


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#527 * Aug 2, 1989 * – 1:19
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :04. In the Body of Life picture a large blood vessel out of which a tributary vessel feeds man’s intellect and that only: the Yellow Circuit. Now picture man’s intellect/Yellow Circuit as feeding in turn specific processes / systems / purposes in 3-d life that could not exist otherwise. Many of these dependent processes/systems are not even recognized by men as depending on the Yellow Circuit.

Man’s job description is to make Life’s plans come to material conclusions; to make the invisible visible thru the intellect. Consider the question: W/o man’s intellect would exist? Man takes SL/secondary level dreams and turns them into semi, sub-level PL necessity. Once in place such SL activities become PL, i.e., necessary. Man is a quasi participant in SL creation. PL/primary level creation is already present, preempting the invisible; it is a fait accompli by Life. SL creation goes from the invisible (thought/plan) to the visible (deed); this is man’s unique purview.

PL and SL activity each has its singular, specific form of opposition. But man only finds fault in SL opposition. No moral outrage is felt by man at the animal level, PL, necessity of ‘eat or be eaten’ although it is not an enjoyable spectacle. This is not so re: wars of politics, religions etc.; the parallel to PL necessities is unseen. Why is this so?

More on the primitive not even dreaming of freedom. The primitive have less nourishment to their intellect; their dreams of freedom would be freedom from the elements, from hunger. More complex man’s dream of freedom would be freedom from ‘worry’, i.e., SL rather than PL realities. Man’s thus seeks freedom from the very source of his complexity, from ‘problems’ of life: personal problems.

If there were “world problems” man could not solve them, only Life could. There are no “world problems” only personal ones. “The problem is: being able to see problems”. This is the Dialogue feeding the Yellow Circuit.

1:14 End of public tape.


Look around at Life’s common systems/operations vis a vis man. Do they have any true PL necessity vs. sub-PL necessity? 


…and Kyroot said:

No matter the context, whenever the voices question you tell ’em, “I don’t
know what you’ re talking about.”–and MEAN IT.
…and Kyroot said:
If it remains true back in the old-country that “They who define, control.”, then dig this: They who RE-define are beyond control.
…and Kyroot said:
Its not been pretty well determined back in the City that EVERY thing is 78% psychological.
(Or at least damn well should be.)
…and Kyroot said:
If you should mistake “expanding” yourself with “blowing yourself up” you might actually get somewhere.
…and Kyroot said:
Those who “talk too much” talk just enough.
…and Kyroot said:
In the old-world, all of today’s games are played by yesterday’s rules.
…and Kyroot said:
In the old-world of intelligence there is no “right now”.
…and Kyroot said:
A Real Explorer has got to put some real distance between himself and everywhere else.
…and Kyroot said:
In the City all photographs have been retouched.
…and Kyroot said:
The cruder the force the more power it must expend to stay in control.
…and Kyroot said:
When pygmies riot no one runs for cover… (well…).
…and Kyroot said:
Secondary rulers prefer to deal with secondary matters.
…and Kyroot said:
More people have gone to war than have gone to the library.
(Which is part
of what makes this such an interesting intellectual battleground.)
…and Kyroot said:
The lure of ignorance needn’t be bottled.
…and Kyroot said:
When new forces get into power, that is, change has actually taken place, the first thing they want to do
is enact new laws.
Don’t you ever
fall for this trap, or your
new shoes results in two left feet.
…and Kyroot said:
Those things absolutely,unconditionally “irreversible” are not actually
all that irreversible.
…and Kyroot said:
One guy used to turn on one of His voices and say, “Don’t go delicate on me now…
…and Kyroot said:
Synonym for “new intelligence”: Topological curiosity.
…and Kyroot said:
An idea which has been dead for two hours or more is dead…
(or at least
SHOULD be dead.)
…and Kyroot said:
Treat yourself intellectually as you would like to be treated.