You Are the Source of Boredom, Not Local Reality
AKS/News Item Gallery = jcap 1989-06-02 (0563)
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#563 Oct 27, 1989 – 1:05
Notes by TK
Kyroot to :06. From a proper 3-d perspective, all energy is aggressive: if it is viable (perceivable), it is motivating, irritating, intrusive regardless of its apparent positive or negative coloration. If it could be said there are two types of energy, “passive” and “active”, the latter would be aggressive, mutative, while the former never changes anything. “Love” (quietism) has never changed the world. Gandhi’s non-violence was not non-aggressive. Passive energy would have to keep itself in total isolation—an impossibility. Note that it is wired into humanity to consider truly religious people to be non-violent, passive. But religions are among the most aggressive of organizations.
Should New Intelligence produce new action? Yes. In This Thing? Yes, but not the ordinarily dreamed-of unusual action such as walking on water, etc. There are locally established limits to the degree of 3-d behavioral change possible to men; they are how behavior “might be changed” (flying pig syndrome). This is meaningless because the limits are already set by life locally. New Info in This Thing would be more apt to produce more New Info rather than new action/behavior outside limits set by Life.
Why allow your ordinary thought toward you to attempt treatment of ills (homicide, suicide, neurosis), or else take advantage when treatment is impossible? This just perpetuates reacting by sniveling or ‘coming out swinging’. A “Real” BrainSmile comes from instant realization of your natural proclivity to snivel or curse, in the present circumstances…and then not act so.
When things get dull and boring, you have accepted local reality as all there is. You are the source of the boredom, carrying it with your own local tempo and space, blocking out available universal energies.
1:01 end of public tape.
For NP: now is the time to stop a potentially harmful habit you’ve had for 20 yrs or more.
Treat your pets with respect, not enough just to love and feed them.
And Kyroot Said…
Under certain, more complex conditions, the apparent failure
to recognize the enemy can be a battlefield benefaction.
Dealing with things as they are includes how you think they
One doctor over in the serious section of town warns that,
“There’s nothing funny about comical discharges.”
In spite of the splendid example I thought we had set here,
there is still one area of the universe that says names are a
gigantic waste and bore.
Don’t forget kids, to “catch up you gotta get up.”
In times past, there were many men who unsuccessfully sought
the Northwest Passage. In times past, there were many men who
sought the Northwest Passage in the Southeast.
I met this one fellow who used to enjoy saying, “Hunches
come in bunches, but insipidity is spread out pretty evenly.”
As suspected by a few in the 3-D worlds, the unity of all
things, at least there, doesn’t exist.
Recently, while visiting a certain alternative world, I
discovered a religious organization I had never before heard of,
and spent a little time with its leader who told me that their
afterlife pay-off consisted of all the dead finding themselves
in this ever-moving line which leads to a desk where sat an
other-worldly executive who decided whether you would stop there
and dwell eternally in their Disneyland Of The Mind, or whether
you had to keep on going and join the other unfortunate souls as
they aimlessly wandered about the Infinite Plains Of Boredom.
While we were talking, I ascertained that this new religion had
no bible, and no particular teachings, or commandments, so I
asked the leader on what basis was the decision made regarding
each man’s ultimate fate, and he said that once you got close
enough to the judgment desk to hear and be heard, the
bureaucratic angel would declare, “Those still talkin’, keep on
One guy used to write down whatever came to his mind. He
never told people he just made it up. Nobody seemed to care.
What difference did it make anyway — it was just stuff that came
to his mind.
On this one planet where time was in short supply, they
practiced conservation when confronting anything new by simply
declaring, “I don’t like it and that’s that.”
There was this one guy who was such a smart ass that he even
made himself mad.
I kept telling them, “It may not be interesting, but at
least it’s funny,” and when that didn’t work, I told them, “It
may not be funny, but at least it’s interesting.”
Over in an adjoining booth, I heard a guy insist that
Beethoven was, “Such an artist that he wouldn’t have written the
5th Symphony if he ‘ada known it was gonna become so popular.”
On one cold day in a more ponderous part of the galaxy, I
heard one creature confide that some in his family carried a
genetic defect which caused them to “think with a lisp.”
If you don’t know anything, but are destined to speak with
authority, find a bible quick.
Seeing some things from certain angles may be the same as
seeing certain things from some angles.
While playing in an opponent’s stadium you might remember
this: They turn out the lights at the end of the competition,
and when they don’t like the way the game’s going.
And a voice from deep out there said, “Look, you may not
find this funny, and if you don’t it just means you aren’t
Then there was yet this other guy who would often end his
comments by saying, “Of course you only have my word for that,”
and suddenly it hit him: “Yikes! So do I!”