Jan Cox Talk 3292

Physical Reality Is Uncovered: Man’s Inner Reality, Invented.


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

Men live in the primary reality; secondary reality lives in men. (39:22) #3292

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

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Showing The Few How To Balance The Ballistic Books
APRIL 27, 2005 © 2005 JAN COX

Today’s Top Story
It’s About Consciousness — It’s Always About Consciousness

Under most conditions it’s okay to trust what other people tell you –
unless they make it a point of saying that it is the truth.
(Real people don’t warranty their comments.)

After the music stops – everyone knows how to dance.

All of man’s second-reality affairs require an audience.
A would-be hermit who calls a press conference to announce his
ultimate retirement from public life, has just blown it.

Being around some people is like being around a lot of people.

One guy’s advice: “Never agree to play hide-the-salami with either:
one who suggests it, or one who appears more macho than you.”
Life never takes on anyone larger than itself (unless you count the Universe).

Many of the ordinary seem to enjoy saying that they were the last-to-know.

A father said to a son: “If you hear someone say about Life:
‘Who’s in charge of all this anyway?’ and they do so in an angry tone, believe me – they don’t really want to know, trust me – they don’t.”

There is the apparent speed of things — and then an unseen inner one.

To engage in what is called “thinking” in the city, first requires the thinking of another.
Under routine conditions, men can’t get their car started without a
jump start from someone else’s.
(Aka: To walk in the city always requires crutches.
Only the certain man can bore-his-own-hole from start to finish.)

Physical reality is uncovered: man’s inner reality, invented.

So addressed a seemingly serious chap, an interested appearing group of men
in the city: “If we will but double our efforts,
I am convinced we can significantly increase the size of the problems.”

Everyone waiting for their good intentions to pay off: Form a line over here.

Paradoxes arise from mistaking the end of the third quarter for the end of the game.
(“Ah! – so much time — so little understanding.”)

To the inner rebel, the synonym for failure is, later.

One guy calculated: “If I were to start right now,
I wouldn’t be any further behind than I would have had I started earlier.”

If there is a serious side to things, ordinary minds never know what it is.

The unrealized reality behind man’s inner-only world is:
“Now you see it – now you don’t – but you never did.”

Being repetitious is one of the prime requirements for a reputation in the city.

Why pay the middle man mark up – get your info directly from the source.

When Life needs volunteers your name doesn’t matter, nor where it is on the list.

This e-mail just in:
“I print out your Daily News every day; then on weekends when my girlfriend and I drive to the mountains or beach, she reads them aloud to us as we travel;
my question is: Is there any chance my head will explode during these episodes,
thus causing a driving hazard?”
Sir: For the few, just being alive and ordinary IS a driving-hazard.

From aquatic alphabets come only wet words.

Whenever he wanted to make a point, one man would say nothing.
(This appeared to work about a third of the time.)

Those who can hear it were meant to hear it.

One of the unrecognized foundations of man’s religions and metaphysics
is the belief that ideas can exist apart from men.

Why yes, silence IS a form of perfection.