Speculation Belief Is Belief SpeculationDespite speculation and belief being the exact same things, speculation is often mentioned in a derogatory manner while belief is usually mentioned proudly. Speculation is speculation belief. Belief is belief speculation.
Speculation Belief Is A Good And Necessary ThingBelief speculation is a necessary starting point in the process of learning and understanding. (a)
How else do we get started learning anything unless we speculate it is possible? We gotta believe in order to proceed. If at first we don't believe, then we are wasting energy. One who speculates, understands the first step to take.
Belief Speculation Is The Hypothesis Of ImaginationSpeculation belief is the hypothesis. We think, We suppose, We propose, We guess, We wonder, We imagine.
Hypothesis is the beginning of investigating, testing, learning, reassessing, adjusting, understanding and repeating. Belief speculation starts the necessary inquiry into possibilities.
One who hesitates to speculate will have the fewest possibilities on their plate.
Possibilities cannot penetrate gateways not open to speculate.
By All Means, Please SpeculateWe have been taught to be afraid to speculate, because not knowing something and talking about it is not smart, yet we are encouraged to believe things are possible long before proof exists.
Since speculation belief is possibility, if we do not speculate believe, we are not using our imagination to its fullest extent. Since we know we already do imagine, then we are already believing speculating in possibilities and busy living our lives based on speculation belief. We speculate believe there is heaven and hell.
Belief Speculation Is Part Of ProgressHow much sense does it really make to not speculate and wait until we know for sure?
We will never understand anything that way and will only understand what other people have speculated believed. We will live on pre-packaged logic and never learn to cook for ourselves or use fresh ingredients from pure places. Rather than allow this to happen to us, we must adjust the speculation beliefs of others and come up with some of our own. Who alone has this right? As always, however, the putting forth and proclaiming of belief comes with responsibility to adjust update on a regular basis, just as most of the programs on our computers and brain computers are continuously being updated by society.
The Problem Occurs When...Belief speculation becomes both the starting point and the concluding point. There is no investigation in between.
We think we have investigated just because we obtain and retain more information about the speculation belief. We are still not assessing the information, we are merely filling in the blanks that supports something our minds have already decided. We disregard information that would cause us to reconsider the belief speculation. Rather than allowing our minds to become our own worst case scenario, we must believe speculate, investigate, ensure the process recirculates, and understandings will accumulate. If we are really proud and sure of our belief speculations, we also should be proud enough to make sure our strong belief speculations are not based on weak stuff.
(a) We have been reprogrammed trained to learn based on memorization rather than learn based on interconnectedness and interrelatedness of the whole self to the whole of all else. Thus we say we know something because we can recall a lot of information but we really do not understand. We are given false positives that we do understand because we are able to do things in society. We are merely grading ourselves on a very low curve that only spans a few dimensions. Thus, due to the Giri So narrow and information that does not connect down to the marrow, the primary learning tool of metaphor is ignored. To not learn using metaphor is like trying to get a whole lot of understanding through cracks around a door rather than opening up the metaphor into the mirror image into the metaform. Yet we speak in metaphor at every phrasing's turn and we are trained through metaphor to ensure the true nature of religion isn't learned. (See, "Grading On A Curve: The Human Standard, Unity Consciousness #574")