Jan Cox Talk 3287

Inherent Belief In Secret Wisdom: “There’s Something I Should Do”

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4/15/05:
Notes by TK

Every mind has the belief that there is enlightening, occult knowledge. The external expression of this politically/economically is belief in conspiracy theories; that some cabal has powerful secret knowledge it uses to manipulate men while concealing itself. Nobody could resist wanting this secret if access to it were to be vouchsafed. The inherent belief in secret knowledge translates to: “there’s something I can’t DO” (or “there’s something I should be doing”).

What is it that consciousness can’t do? THINK! Thinking occurs to and within it willy-nilly; it cannot originate same. But to make it into the written word seems to remedy this incapacity. Ergo, the almighty book; e.g., the Bible. Real Thinking eschews the endless enforced-thinking of humanity (e.g., global warming, racial injustice, tax reform, etc.). (40:59) #3287

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Says one man: “Maybe I’m way behind everyone else, but I have just now come to
the conclusion that if I could stop thinking about myself I might have the time & energy to think about things more profitable to understanding.”

One lad mused: “I don’t think it’s necessarily de rigeur to defer to the words of those older than you — until you know by what means they got older than you.”
Neurons won’t hesitate to take credit for being in a place to which
hormones took them.

Staying down-on-the-farm won’t necessarily do the farm any good.

The pay-offs from participation in second-reality activities tend to be in credits
and promissory notes, rather than tangible prizes and hard cash.

While apparently playing, many people do so on the assumption that the game will be eventually called on account of rain (or some other change in circumstances).

Proffers one man: “Stop worrying about conspiracies involving other men;
words and thoughts that are in collusion to control our minds —
that is what should concern you.”

Says one man: “Maybe I’m way behind everyone else, but I have just now come to
the conclusion that if I could stop thinking about all the other stuff in life
and just concentrate of me, I might get somewhere in my efforts to understand
what’s going on in life (in that understanding consciousness explains everything).”

If you’re not laughing — you’re not looking.

Warning: Things with foreign names may be foreign.
(And injects conditions for the entire species: “I don’t think so.”)

Notes a chap:
“If you were half as smart as you think you are, and I was half as smart as I think I am, do you realize that we’d add up to one, whole smart person!”

Yet another response to yet another age-old human question: “Who am I?”
“You are who you think you are plus the you that thinks it doesn’t know who you are.”
The math of the man with open eyes/I’s encompasses everything – just like reality.

Just because you have had a thought about a particular matter does not mean that
you have actually thought about it.

On one world, accepting help is not shameful – having to ask for it is.

Looking up words won’t necessarily help you, but having them look you up
can be life-threatening.

Says one guy: “To me, a better place to be, would be where people I don’t like
aren’t capable of having any fun.”
(If you can see how this is applicable to the ordinary workings of thoughts
on consciousness, you will get an “A” on the test.)

History has no future.

On one planet they finally decided to abandon the whole question
and officially decreed that: “There is no right-now.”
(It actually exists in an area of consciousness not used by normally born men.)

Everybody wants to stay right where they are while being able to
think of every alternative imaginable.

Wherever you look – it’s somewhere.

One fellow tried to practice the art of healing first through head-to-hand combat –
then the other way around.

To comfortably survive a situation of living in dreams, you must not of course,
have any awareness that such a condition exists.
One King is permitted to kill any subjects he wishes without suffering censure –
as long as he does it in a certain room in the castle that no one knows is there.
The certain-man is not that different from every man,
(except in the matter of where he goes internally).

If it weren’t for the words they have, many people would have no friends at all.

One dude opines that all of the true geniuses of history were singled out, attacked,
and eventually destroyed by the mental-midgets & intellectual-pinheads of their time, (and inasmuch as he has never received any notoriety for his theory,
says it is proof that men are becoming dumber and blinder than ever).

Only the certain-man understands everything he says.

In man’s cultural, second-reality, everything new begins where something old left off.
(Aka): In the city, you only get to the altar by hiding under the bride’s train.
(“Nay! I do not merely stand on the shoulders of dwarfs – I am welded to them!”)

One of the city park philosophers was recently heard to say that looking back over one’s life can serve to remind one of the transitory nature of one’s back.

Some say they don’t know where to begin,
and others say they don’t know when they’re finished — so:
to not completely lose your way on the inner, linear track,
always, when you hear the count of one, be prepared for two.

A Revisit.
History has no future – unless depleted neurons put on funny glasses.

The certain-man’s cosmetic surgery is performed internally.

All automatic thought is local thought;
nothing capable of understanding anything.

Not all flows follow the laws of physics in man’s inner-only world.

Notes a fellow: “It is surprising the alternatives you can think about
that will make the unavoidable tolerable.”

In an unarmed land, a man with a gun is everybody’s friend.

On one world they have no synonym for “correct.”
On the certain-man’s inner sphere stands a solitary, nude and unattached entity.

J