"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.”


Saturday, July 29, 2017

Total Range Of Human Behavior
Has Always Existed In All Humans
Phase One
Unity Consciousness #1075

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In the previous message, we took yet another different look at the total and potential self in regards to the physical. Now we must do the same in regards to the behavioral.

No better metaphor schema to use than when we are in our purest human state as babies.
As a component of Sign-language, human babies demonstrate the powers and principles of Nature, thus humans, in baby mode, clearly display the human behavioral connection to other primates and other animals.

Animals Behaving Like Humans

Just like other animals, human babies repeat and duplicate sounds such as aah-aah, ma-ma, ba-ba, da-da, ka-ka, blah-blah, etc., and so do parents. This repetition is the same process as the identical duplication that took place as the first form of creation from Zero to double Zero.
Human babies also travel down low on all fours prior to standing and walking upright. Nobody has to “teach babies” these initial behaviors, it's hard-wired in their genetic drive, just waiting to be activated, deactivated, turned up, turned down and adjusted in other ways for better or for worse.
We are already aware of the natural fact that in the waters of womb, human development mimics the transformation process from fish to amphibian. Once outside the womb, human development goes from amphibian to primate to human primate. Likewise, human behavior is not fundamentally different from other animals and neither is the behavior of one or more humans fundamentally different from another human or group of humans.
Behaviors vary, but not fundamentally. Behaviors vary because genetic potential is oriented a certain way. Behaviors vary because the conditions the organism must process, varies. No matter what the variation is, the fundamental behavior remains the same.
Variation means a difference based on the same fundamental codes of genetic potential.
Genetic potential and conditions must come together to produce revealed and hidden behaviors.
Within every human is the potential for both of the Two Truths to manifest themselves such as civil behavior and barbaric behavior. Humans try to hide the “ugly” side of these two truths in many forms of trickery of language, weak logic, justification and selective use of information. Under a given set of conditions, yes you could kill a person because you hate yourself and are suppressing it but take the first opportunity to let the anger out against someone or something else. Yes you will justify it and lie about it just as many “police officers.” Yes you can be a mass murderer by never pulling the final trigger but by cosigning on any behavior or ideology that triggers the next step that leads up to murder and supports murder after the fact.

We already know some animals wait for another animal to kill or build something, and then they come and take possession because they have an advantage of some sort. We know some animals will kill other animals, not for survival, but because they simply can.
There is a long list of behaviors of other animals by which we can easily see the fundamental sameness as human behaviors. This is so because the underlying principles and characteristics of the genetic potential of Nature are the same.
We know this. We already compare ourselves to butterflies going into and coming out of cocoons. When we speak of coming out of our shells, we are acknowledging our bird-likeness, even though we are not fully aware because we really don't understand the Sign-language we are using. This causes a person to be proud of 'coming out their shell” but mad at you if you call them “bird-brained.” They are happy to go through metamorphosis as a butterfly, but don't want to be flighty, but do want to fly high. We like to wiggle our way out of things but don't want to be called worms. We want the sense of euphoric without the sense of metaphoric. These contradictions occur because we do not understand the powers and principles of Nature, therefore we focus too much on the image and on the messed up human definitions of the image, rather than going back to the source of Nature and getting firsthand understandings of ourselves through Sign-language metaphors, thus utilizing one of the reasons they are there for – to remind us of who we are, and more, such as being fundamental keys to open doors.

Genetic potential interacts with itself such that when one portion improves, so does others and simultaneously others decline. Human behavior and the behavior of the rest of Nature are the result of multiple layers, levels, causes, effects, conditions, processes, combinations, intensities, degrees and durations that interact with each other and with everything else in Nature also doing the same thing.
No, behavior is not as simple as “it's the choices you make.” A whole lot goes into choice and the decision-making process and thought process that results in choice. Choice is molded, formed and programmed into organisms by internal and external influences. For humans, choice is taught by the culture. Before choices are made, a whole lot goes on. In order to understand the role of choice in terms of behavior, we must go deeper into what makes up and influences our thought processes. Simply put, it's nutrition.
One of those components is language. Choice is based on all the forms of language used to learn by, consciously and subconsciously, and in what ways those languages are strong or weak in an eco-sense and the degree to which this is understood.

In other words, rather than being about the choices you make, behavior is more about the culture you intake and the culture that shapes you and the culture that informs you who you are. Culture is not an innocent bystander. Culture always shares responsibility for the behavior of humans. The cult of culture cultivates choices.

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