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"...the best principle is to employ a constant compassion for your self."
This is something that occurred to me a couple of days ago while musing about this subject again. If it's true that we 'judge ourselves' in the afterlife psychic realm, then it seems crucial to engage in forgiveness and compassion - not just towards others, but equally for ourselves as well.
Some of the concepts you spoke about I haven't come across before, and didn't quite understand.
"Don't underestimate it. The psyche is smart, clever and always learning. <NOTE: this is my major concern ATM."
My impression is that you're saying the psyche is like a separate thing from ourselves, and something sneakily trying to undermine us. Have I misunderstood?
I wasn't very familiar with Robert Anton Wilson or Phliip K Dick. Did a little basic research into them. Wow, interesting guys. But just the brief reading I did about them started to turn my brain into a pretzel, heh heh! Man this metaphysical stuff can get complicated.
The quest turns from without to within and the search for answers begins."
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phoenix wrote:If it's true that we 'judge ourselves' in the afterlife psychic realm, then it seems crucial to engage in forgiveness and compassion - not just towards others, but equally for ourselves as well.
Thanks for sharing Phoenix,
I think personal compassing will go a long way indeed. It's a good conclusion but not before doing personal and sincere evaluations.
universallogic wrote:The psyche is smart, clever and always learning
The psyche or our state of being is in constant motion, it's in a state of becoming. One thing leads to the other for this purpose which then produce our experiences. This is how I see our psyche being "smart" or "intelligent".
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