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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Context Conundrums: It's Not Who You Know, It's What You Know
Unity Consciousness #580

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Most conundrums are caused by context. Context is the starting point, foundation and framework of thoughts from which all other thoughts get their reference. Context is the core central set of thoughts all other thoughts are based on, including all things learned. Thus, as you seek to mature in understanding, you must not only understand the specific context, but also the larger context upon which specific contexts are based.

In the smaller, fragmented, suboptimal context, it's not who you know, it's what you know” is presented as a choice between two things such that it's either one thing or the other, but not both. This causes a conundrum and multiple ripple effect conundrums.
The suboptimal context separates, fragments and disconnects knowledge from knowledge of self. This is faulty, foolish and fatally flawed. This is so because all understanding begins, depends and ends with understanding of self.Learning (education) that does not have a within, without, above, below orientation, as it pertains to self and all else, automatically creates conundrums because understanding is at odds with self and much of all else.

In the larger, unified, optimal context, “it's who you know” AND ALSO “what you know.” It's both. “Who you know” is self and “what you know” is self. There is no conundrum because who and what you know are the same things – self. Know yourself.

Within the Optimal Context, every person knows more than they are aware of. This knowledge is constantly being uploaded, downloaded and cross-loaded. This knowledge is also constantly being presented via mirror images. This knowledge is encouraging us to communion, with it. Commune with it. It is sending us sensory messages to communicate with it in order for us to remain in motion as human beings in the process of becoming one again as all knowledge understandings.

Within the Suboptimal Context, IF it is true, that “it's who you know,” then that means education is not the key, who you know is the key. Somebody's lying somewhere. It also means, hard work is not the key, it's who you know. It also means other things are not the key such as money, desire/willingness, persistence, then patience, health, nutrition, resources, understanding, knowledge of self, higher spirit, 360 degrees, basic needs, love, nuclear weapons, or any number of things we think we need that are key to our survival and happiness and whatever else we seek. None of these things are more important than who you know, according to the suboptimal context.

I repeat, if going to a good school from pre-kindergarten to Ph. D. is so vitally important, then why is it also said, it's not what you know? Which is it? Doing both seems like a waste of time, doesn't it?

Through experiences comes this truth: Degrees obtained within the suboptimal context are marginal at best and should eventually become questionable if you are still seeking to be your best.

In the suboptimal context, there is contradiction, conflict, inconsistency and conundrum. The optimal context resolves them.

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