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"Free and critical minds can emerge only by a return to the source-the primary sources. A free and critical mind takes nothing for granted and is not intimidated by "authorities" who frequently may be more confused than the general public. Free and critical minds seek truth without chauvinism or shame." - Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III (1)

“One single bit of information, if missing, incomplete, out of order or just plain wrong, has the potential to significantly alter thought processes, conclusions, decisions and behaviors, even when that one single logic entry exists in a sea of accuracy.”

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Source Notes On Listening To Spoken & Unspoken Thoughts
Unity Consciousness #879

No source, no matter how many listed, how thoroughly documented, how clearly explained, how obvious the need for further study or how critical the information is, will satisfy someone not dedicated to seeking the First Truth.

Someone whose first response to information is to ask for a source, is faking.

A Truthseeker first asks questions of self and of the information just encountered and of the information already living rent-free in brain compartments.

Then and only then, after putting forth a reasonable effort to understand, does the Truthseeker ask for assistance.

This step must not be skipped because it allows the Truthseeker to review understandings and formulate a more informed basis by which further information can be discerned. It helps the Truthseeker begin to detect inconsistencies and missing information that is preventing understanding.

Let me repeat to be clear. If the first thing you do when hearing new or different information is say, "Where did you get that information?" then you have skipped some steps. The first thing you should do is use listening skills and critical analysis to at least come up with 2 to 3 reasons for and/or against the information you just heard, even if you simply summarize the other point of view. Then you should list information from what you previously believed or know that is consistent and inconsistent with the new information. Not everything has to be a definite statement. Some things should be listed as possibilities. The thought process has been explained extensively on this blog.

Question dictates answer. Quest dictates success. Immediately asking for a source is not a question. It is more of a statement of "I don't believe you and the information."

A Truthseeker receiving information from someone in a face-to-face or voice-to-voice conversation, will automatically ask questions of the person in order to try to compare and contrast logic. A person who just politely listens without asking "real" questions is not learning is not caring is wasting everybody's time. It is unnatural to have any type of conversation and not have questions, even in the grocery store checkout line.
You are composed of nothing but creative genetic potential genius. It doesn't even sleep when you sleep. So then, when, during your waking hours, do you not have any questions about all the things this great potential that you are, is experiencing?
A quick way to identify if you or someone else is faking the funk and pretending to be a Truthseeker, is to give them some new information or different information and then listen to see how quickly the person asks for the source rather than engaging in dialogue. (Please share what you find out).

The need for a source will present itself when the time comes but first preliminary thought processing must take place in order to guide the rest of the thought process so you can follow the path that best leads to the understanding needed. A basic process includes seeking, questioning, seeking, searching, seeking, answering, seeking, questioning...

The goal is not to agree or disagree. The goal is to understand. As a Truthseeker matures in understanding, agreement disagreement works itself out. Why? Because it is working itself in - along with the First Truth.

To stick with an ideology because you fell in love with it because it was your first choice when you were young, well, is just plain... like never moving beyond your first romance which causes all other relationships to suffer.

To stick with an ideology because you've been with it so long and want to keep pretending you knew what you were doing better back then when you knew less and because you are such a faker you don't want to have to admit to family and friends your decision was wrong, well, is just plain...foolish to choose the greater pain that exists over a shame that does not exist.

So we persist in stubbornness and miss out on the benefit of experience. We treat realizations gained through experience as if they have no relevance to making some adjustments from our previous position to our current stance. We don't understand that is exactly what contributes to circum-stance. So instead of us benefiting from what we know now that we didn't know back then, we choose to remain trapped in the contradiction of knowing we were old enough to make our own decisions, yet still believing we were also mature enough. We know better but choose to not do better. We are trapped between what we wished was true then and what we know is true now. Learning from experience and through experience has been useless.

Our thought process and stuck-to-it-tiveness makes our logic toxic. We think logic is something other than what it really is. This has been explained elsewhere fully so for now, briefly, logic is simply information put into a certain order which produces a certain understanding. Then we combine each understanding with some or all of our other understandings. Then we come to conclusions and then we make decisions. Logic is more than mental. Logic has a spiritual component, an emotional component and a physical component. Logic is affected by the degree of health in all four of the inseparable aspects of self.

You might think your mind is okay and your logic is right; however, if your body ain't right or your emotions ain't right and your spirit ain't right, then your logic will be likewise affected.
Health is more than our superficial awareness and superficial assessment of our health. Health exists at the fundamental level. Thus, without the fundamentals, we are logically in trouble, troubling ourselves by virtue of the vice-grip of our logic.

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