Theology of Psychology
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#1066 Dec 23, 1992 – 1:00
Notes by TK
Kyroot to :10. The three phases of psychology:
1) theology of psychology;
2) psychology of psychology;
3) physics (science) of psychology.
1), men have always recognized man has two minds, is subject to two forces, one worldly, e.g., “conscience”, the other unworldly. The supernatural (god, evil spirits) is invoked to describe and explain human existence and behavior.
2) is Freudian-type analysis invoking psychological subconscious as descriptive/explanatory vehicle; explains man thru man vs. thru god.
3) is attempted explanation/description of man beyond the first two.
Polar-based, electro-chemical energy seems like two minds, two forces in conflict. Everybody is born w/ two minds; one of them is objectionable, regressive, and incorrigibly so, yet it forces the other to unending attempts towards its rehabilitation, to compensate for it. The Neural Revolutionist ignores it, doesn’t take it as himself.
Copyright 1992 J. M. Cox 92066- .
…and Kyroot said:
As long as you don’t know anything you can believe whatever
Everyone is born mentally overweight.
Men of limited, but predictable, vision run the world, and
they invite you to join them. You do so by either accepting or
rejecting their offer.
Everyone is born favoring one leg or the other.
The more grave and grandiose the scheme, the smaller the
minds it is meant to feed.
Common is the energy that entertains captive minds. If no
tv is available — they will watch a clothes dryer, or even other
Those who forget the, “One foot in a bucket of slop
principle” are doomed to always limp.
Men with little piss-ant mental lives must cautiously guard
them….(also their related reputation and good name).
As regards man, “the-thinking-potential creature”: We’re
all on a trip, but most are going nowhere.
To take gravity, rain, denseness, and limited vision
seriously is to take YOU seriously.
All men have two minds, and for certain purposes, one of
them is not worth a damn.
…and Kyroot noted: The Pattern Expands: The dumb must be
serious — the serious, defensive.
No matter how distasteful their discourse, the ordinary will
pay to hear their ordinary condition described, but not so
regarding what they might could be.
…and from Kyroot: Query: What is probably the easiest
thing in the world to hide? Query-Crusher: How dumb you really
…and Kyroot notes: Cows with their own kind never have
cause to be ashamed.
Pride and self-pity are understandable outgrowths of men
initially realizing how dense other people are.
The reason mental “life boats” seem unfulfilling in life is
that half the passengers are pushing them away while the other
half try to pull them alongside.
A one-eyed man is a satisfied man — pleased with the
comfort of his limited sight.
…then Kyroot described: A part time neural rebel: One
who can swim some — but not past himself.
A sharper mind might come to think of man as mentally having
a “right-brain” and a “left-foot-in-a-bucket-of-slop-brain.”
In their secondary lives the dumb always feel defensive.
And from even further away, an extended bumper sticker:
Pesticides Don’t Kill People — Periods Do.
…and Kyroot pointed: Who but the blind are properly
qualified to direct the blind.
A man not mortified and outraged at his everyday denseness
is not capable of any real embarrassment.
…and Kyroot defined: The dumb: Those who believe every
idea has two sides and one worthy of defending.
Imitation is the sorriest form of anything — especially
Each time he touches the cell walls a man reaffirms his
The dumb are easily insulted — on a variety of counts.
A man is truly only captive when he neurally takes sides,
and becomes defensive.
…and Kyroot asks: What is more pathetic than a normal
mental cripple? Answer: One who once got up and walked.
Dogs lick sores — the captive, their defensive positions.
A naked mind won’t run — and the first clothes it’s given
are too small and meant to last a lifetime.
The most striking example of antithetical concepts to a
rebel mind should perhaps be between the notions of “neural
independence, and defensiveness.”
Things that are a dead giveaway to an independent mind are
just dead to others.
Only the foolish talk of freedom — an intelligent man
thinks in terms of neural non-alignment, and relative
A man is truly only dumb when he takes his dumb thoughts to
be his thoughts.
Part of life’s own protective mechanism: Making freedom
easy to talk about, and impossible to achieve — and mental
independence unworthy of note.
The captive’s standard response to offers of freedom is: “I
don’t like it.”
The ordinary are protected by their blandness — the dense
by their denseness, but one striving for neural independence must
shun all safeguards.
Being “neurally common” is its own form of captivity.
Things with no routine “rhyme or reason” can “call up” an
alert mind in the middle of the night.
Bumper sticker spotted in another reality: Guns Don’t Kill
People — Hormones Do.
Neural peace comes at the expense of defensiveness — the
value of which to some is nonexistent.
The mentally independent will not plug into a routine wall
To be nonaligned and mentally free is to be as free as a
human can be.
A rebel mind does not take the noise of electricity to be
the sound of his stereo.
Some would prefer to die alone in the virgin neural forests
than to wait out existence in the company of the ordinary.
To spirited minds — nonaligned ideas are like “music to the
ears” — even when they’re not sung.
Rather than the gradual, peaceful death of captivity, an
independent thinker would prefer to be shot, point-blank between