Why our Attachments Keep us Enslaved

While we may state that we want to be left alone, in peace, to be empowered to create the lives that we choose, and that we consciously strive to individuate from the collective unconscious with shadow work and raising self-awareness, there still seems to be something getting in the way of our freedom and sovereignty.  We think that we may have discovered “why”, and it relates to our attachments, and how […]
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The Supposed Advantage of False Rhetoric

Here is an important refresher on the Trivium method of critical thinking, with the steps placed in the correct order.  I use the various synonyms for each step interchangeably, so please use the following as a foundation for understanding the rest of the article. Grammar (information, data, knowledge, input): asks/answers what (who, where, & when) questions Logic (reasoning, understanding, processing, processor):  asks/answers why questions Rhetoric (image, wisdom, output):  asks/answers how questions IMAGES An […]
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An Angry God or a Natural Course Correction?

We would like to add a different perspective on the current ‘religious‘ mindset of judgment and doom by an external god… there are certain universal laws (truth), things such as polarity, cause and effect, gender, etc., which are also known as “natural law” or the “laws of nature”.  These laws are cyclical, much like a tree has roots, a trunk, branches, and leaves, and the leaves fall to the ground an create […]
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Being, Doing, and the Trivium Method

As we have stated before, being precedes doing, and it is from the state of being that doing occurs — but how does this relate to the Trivium method of critical thinking? As a reminder, the Trivium method is the repeating cycle of asking what, why, and how, and in that order. Grammar (knowledge, input): asks/answers what (what, who, where, & when) questions. Logic (understanding, processor):  asks/answers why questions. Rhetoric (wisdom, output):  asks/answers how questions A person’s state of being is the relative […]
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Man-made vs Natural Law

No man-made law ever, no matter whether derived from the past or projected onto a distant, unforeseeable future, can or should ever be empowered to claim that it is greater than the Natural Law from which it stems and to which it must inevitably return in the eternal rhythm of creation and decline of all things natural. This is valid, no matter whether we speak in terms such as “God,” […]
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Religion = To Tie Back & Thwart From Forward Progress

Mark Passio breaks down the true definition and Latin origin of the notorious term ‘Religion’. Check out Mark’s website: http://www.whatonearthishappening.com/ Like “Dismantle The Matrix” on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DismantleThe… Follow “Dismantle The Matrix” on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DTheMatrix
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The Reason for a Logical Jesus

Why has the use of logic become an antithesis of faith?  For what reason? When I was growing up as a Christian, I was taught that according to the Bible, Jesus was the “Word of God”, and that the “Word was God”, and that therefore “Jesus was God”.   I was taught this tradition based upon John 1:1 and John 1:14, which reads, As you can see from this next graphic, an […]
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Propaganda is the Art of Overwhelming Logic

by Jon Rappoport | NoMoreFakeNews.com May 5, 2015   One type of mind control involves defeating logic as a method of thinking. Modern formulations of basic logic begin with the statement: You can’t have A and not-A. Which is a way of saying contradictions are unacceptable. So it’s no surprise that mind control attempts to introduce contradictions into rational processes. You see this in propaganda. For example: People who are vaccinated are […]
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Is Spirituality Logical? Why we Encourage Process Work

This blog post was inspired by an interaction on Facebook, one that is probably all too common, where a dissenter believes that spirituality and logic are mutually exclusive ideas.  Here is a screenshot of the interaction, her name was removed to protect her privacy: The following is my reply to anybody that believes that logic and spirituality are incompatible, loosely based on my reply above: Have you heard of the term “process […]
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Does Convenience Make It Right or True?

Just because a system may produce results for you in this moment, doesn’t mean that it is a beneficial system or behavior — this just isn’t a reasonable conclusion. The question to ask is, who does it work for, for you, or for everyone involved? Many people act and behave in certain ways since it is easier for them, but they are not looking at the logical conclusions and end […]
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