Use It or It Doesn’t Exist!
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#540 * Sep 4, 1989 * – 1:13
Notes by TK
Kyroot to :04.
How can one be sure the intellect (Yellow Circuit) even exists? All other circuit modes can be sensorially verified. What if intellect is non-existent until used, or its absence or presence is specifically noted? Related to Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle–no existence until measured. Related to “use it or lose it”, except one step beyond: use it or it doesn’t exist! If you’re not thinking, you’re not going to think; you won’t think better in “better” circumstances. The RE/Real Explorer has got to be constantly utilizing the intellect. This amounts to reinventing, recreating, reestablishing the intellect at every moment; continually noting the intellect, continually attempting to think beyond the ordinary thinking that does-itself. Ordinary people will never be any more intelligent than the day they were born.
Don’t attempt to solve SL/secondary level problems more than twice or think about them more than 3 times when you are relatively certain that presently they cannot be solved. Don’t attempt anything futile even once. There is a planet where no one attempts futile efforts; they have no problems to think about. It would be a very irritating planet to earthly residents.
Not thinking the “thought-on-deck”, not taking TD/The Dialogue seriously = keeping the DB on the move across the expanse of the WB ocean, making it aware of the uncountable range of possibilities in the WB sphere. Do not let TD become a monologue; be aware always that there is a dual reality, a listener to the present speaker. But also be aware that TD is not really stereophonic, it is monophonic (fed by the same source) but with two outlet/speakers. Fanatics have, in effect, an internal monologue and this is fascinating to people…like buildings on fire are fascinating to crowds.
And Kyroot Said…
Behind the scenes of every noun is a verb.
It has been reported that on a certain planet, a group of
problems admitted that their real name was voices.
People are generally wired up to wanna play, “This is me
accordingù to me.”
There is this place where it is forbidden to say, “Yeah, I
guess that’s true, but I still don’t feel any better.”
What goes up must have had a good reason.
Is not this an exception to damn near everything?
There’s a guy over there who says he’s discovered the area
where they invented the idea of failure.
Don’t be mislead by cheap vocal impersonations; Life will
never offer to “Meet you halfway.”
In this one city, they officially decreed that “Each and
every citizen had the ‘Right Stuff.'” Unfortunately, they
resided in a Left State.
While over in a curious place, I heard an effort ongoing to
construct an upside down Tower of Babel. Think about that
One guy was sure he was going to make himself a name and a
bundle by claiming to be from another planet — but his brain
gave him away.
Met this one guy who would list his hometown as Periphery.
Being king is a business — that’s all, just another
Silence is best when unexpected, no?
I have yet to find any world in this universe that offers
intellectual Social Security for the aged.
On one planet, reputations are made during times of crisis,
while on another, during times of creativity. And on another,
they are made when no one is looking.
In another place, people are not required to “die for their
ideas” until it is proven the ideas were theirs.
One member of one mankind stated that all he wanted was to
“Live where men are men and are still made to whine, pine and
rhapsodize over this condition.”
It states quite clearly on their people’s marriage forms
that one party must talk about what they feel, and the other
about what they think. (A righteously mixed-couple.)
The difference between you and not-you is the same as the
difference between this and not-this.