Jan Cox Talk 3280

A Man’s Ordinary Consciousness Is Born Understanding All It Will


The following recordings are from Jan’s final years, when his voice was diminished and he spoke in a low whisper. Some listeners may find these tapes hard to listen to, or difficult to understand. Thus, as another option, transcripts are being made and will be posted.

Otherwise, turn up the volume and enjoy! Those who carefully listened to Jan during this period consider that he spoke plainly and directly to the matter at hand, “pulling out all the stops,” as he understood that these were to be his last messages to his groups, and to posterity.

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Notes by TK

Human consciousness differs radically from the consciousness of all other life forms. Non-human life forms have no room for maneuvering; their program is purely instinctual, utterly determined. The dual-nature, instinctive v. ratiocinative, human mind has accommodative space; what purpose does it serve for Life’s needs?

What purpose such voluminous arrays of distinct thoughts? For the few, there is the feeling of “something” else beyond Life’s mind’s constant broadcast. That is the potential of ‘your’ mind in humans. (40:30) #3280

Jan’s Daily Fresh Real News (to accompany this talk)

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Reporting On The Rebel’s Remarkable Search For A Refined Regent
MARCH 30, 2005 © 2005: JAN COX

With increasing frustration, physicists continue to look for the one simple law that will explain everything, and admit that it may be so deeply hidden that they may never
find it; their Yellow Circuit musings ignore the possibility that man’s state of consciousness may not be capable of seeing such.
Discovery is not dependent on the thing discovered, but on man’s consciousness.

If efficiency isn’t your name – change isn’t your game.

Only the nervous-system-rebel desires or can tolerate freedom;
everyone else wishes only for appropriate domination.

To those in power, original thought is the supreme rebellion.

When the ordinary run out of facts they resort to statistics; it is part of the establishment’s job when need be, to make men accept numbers as vital information.
(One plus two equals: Stay where you are!)

A purported spiritual man who consorts with and bows to a king
makes a pimp look downright wholesome.

Intellect without passion is like having a map, but no desire to travel.

In a land where information is controlled by elephants,
do you really expect to see pachydermal exposés?!

No mortal authority is ever infallible – save one’s own understanding.

What can be thought, said or writ that is new, fresh and stimulating
that is not a threat to the kingdom’s peace?

Everything of which men are conscious is but a component, an element,
a mere ingredient – everything but the primal flow of Life itself,
and no true rebel will settle for being simply a part of anything.

Can you believe that anything is actually sacred until it is so named by man?

When extraordinary understanding is put to writ,
it begs to become mere English Lit.

In everyone’s consciousness exists a christian, Buddhist, Jew and Muslim;
likewise a socialist, communist, liberal and conservative,
as well as the dominant, submissive, powerful and helpless –
we, my friends, are it.

If you don’t believe the dead can be amused by verbal legerdemain
then you don’t believe in history.

The true rebel never agrees with the King.

Pop Quiz: What two things does a rebel fear most?
– peace & presumption.

Only the ordinary (via thinking) can further confuse their self.

From the rebel’s perspective there is no such thing as a small skirmish;
he approaches all potential conflicts with the attitude of do-or-die.

Rigid mind – loose tongue.

There must be thousands of proverbs that speak of: “The thin line ‘twix genius
and madness,” and injects a chap: “What thin line?!”

Questions of morality never arise until men begin to speak of those they dislike.

Only an absolute dictator can absolutely guarantee freedom,
(and then of course, only for his self).
The certain-man’s consciousness alone understands that to achieve its goal,
it must overthrow itself.

To some it can now be scientifically shown that fear is of a larger caliber than
any bullet.

To the man trying to solve-the-mystery, the only writings meaningful are those which pick apart the machinery in man responsible for his writings.

An awakened inner dog would no longer bark or growl.

Being ugly should be no crime, and being dumb should be no sin,
but being dull should be grounds for cosmic excommunication.
There is but one feature the certain-man cannot stand within his self.

Only flexible thinking can get its arms adequately around the matters thought about.

In ordinary men’s dreams of gaining supremacy over the material world,
he has said that: “It is possible to fly without the aid of outside power,”
but fails to add: “But only in skies that he has imagined.”
Not all laws concerning hormones, constrain neurons.
The difference between the ordinary and the awakened is that
the latter can recognize dreams.

Even if ignorance is not bliss – at least it’s ignorance.

The standard in the city is firm mediocrity.
(Anything beyond that starts to approach originality.)

Every man’s ordinary consciousness is born understanding all it will.

Question: Which would be harder to find: a man who has never tried to change,
or a man who tried only once?

You are not wise & awake until no form of ignorance vexes you;
stupidity means nothing to a real man, but is as natural to mortal life as breathing.

From amidst the hue, cry and horror of a pitched battle, a cry was heard:
“Another triumphant success like this one and I’m a dead man (thank god!)”