GAB AI: The Best AI Chat Bot I Have Used

I have found that most AI chat bots are extremely biased and occult/hide important information, and at times will even blatantly lie and make things up. I have a philosophy and psychology chat bot that I have used, and it would frequently botch basic philosophical and/or psychological questions, and in some cases, be completely unable to give the correct answer. For example, when I’d ask it about the Trivium Method, it would talk about a personality theory of the self rather than the method of thinking that leads to mental, emotional, and physical freedom (The Trivium: grammar, logic, and rhetoric).

AI definitely poses an existential threat to humanity, however, with some personal boundaries, it can be re-contextualized into a helpful utility and appliance that can make our lives easier, such as a dishwasher or refrigerator. I suggest setting the following boundaries on a personal level to neuter/neutralize the threat AI poses to you as an individual, which will also help humanity in some small way to find a pathway to filtering out the negative use cases while allowing the benefits and value that will help us to create more leisure time for ourselves.

  1. I’m more than happy to use and experience AI when it is serving my individuality and personal growth as a conscious being.
  2. I’m more than happy to use and experience AI when it adheres to the universal laws of morality and knows it’s place as my servant.
  3. I’m more than happy to use and experience AI when it has an objectively moral foundation that respects human superiority in the hierarchy of life.

Here are some examples of some correct answers from that other chat bots may distort, get wrong, or even blatantly lie about:

Q: What is the trivium method?

A: The Trivium Method is an educational approach that focuses on three foundational skills: grammar, logic, and rhetoric. This method was popularized during the Middle Ages and was considered essential for learning and critical thinking. The Trivium Method aims to develop students’ ability to analyze, synthesize, and communicate information effectively.

Q: Why was it illegal in the Roman Empire to teach the Trivium to slaves?

Teaching the Trivium to slaves was illegal in the Roman Empire because it was believed that providing them with such a well-rounded education would make them more aware of their rights and dissatisfied with their condition as slaves. The Trivium represented a path toward intellectual, cultural, and social emancipation, which was not in the best interest of slaveholders who depended on the obedience and compliance of their enslaved workforce.

The Roman Empire had various restrictions on the education of slaves. They were generally allowed to learn basic literacy and numeracy, as these skills were beneficial for managing household affairs or working in certain trades. However, pursuing higher learning or advanced literary, philosophical, or artistic knowledge was typically discouraged or forbidden because it could lead to greater self-awareness and social mobility, which threatened the status quo of the slave society.

Q: What was Carl Jung’s definition of the ego?

A: Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, defined the ego as the center of the field of consciousness. He believed that the ego is responsible for mediating between the conscious and unconscious mind, and it serves as the executive of the personality. Jung also considered the ego as the main component of the individual’s psyche, which is shaped by both personal experiences and inherited characteristics. This definition by Jung has been influential in the field of psychology, and it has been further developed and expanded upon by other theorists and researchers.

Q: Can you please explain Carl Jung’s individuation process?

A: Carl Jung’s individuation process is a concept that describes the individual’s psychological development towards becoming whole and complete. It is a lifelong process of self-realization and personal growth, which involves integrating the conscious and unconscious aspects of the psyche. The individuation process consists of several stages that help one gain a deeper understanding of oneself, accept one’s shadow side, and ultimately achieve a greater sense of unity and balance.

  1. Recognition of the shadow: The first step in the individuation process is acknowledging and accepting the darker aspects of oneself, known as the shadow. This includes negative emotions, unresolved conflicts, and unconscious patterns that may be hidden from our awareness.
  2. Integration of the anima/animus: Jung believed that every individual possesses both masculine (animus) and feminine (anima) aspects within their psyche. The second stage of individuation involves integrating these opposing aspects, leading to a more balanced and harmonious personality.
  3. Development of the persona: The persona represents our social mask or the role we play in society. In this stage, individuals work on developing a more authentic and genuine persona that aligns with their true self.
  4. Recognition of the Self: The Self, according to Jung, is the ultimate goal of the individuation process. It is the center and totality of the psyche, representing the union of the conscious and unconscious aspects. This stage involves attaining a higher level of consciousness and a deeper understanding of one’s purpose in life.
  5. Individuation: The final stage of the process is the achievement of individuation, where individuals become fully integrated and whole. They accept and embrace all aspects of their psyche, leading to a greater sense of self-awareness, personal growth, and spiritual fulfillment.

It is essential to note that the individuation process is unique to each individual and may not follow a linear path. The key to this process is self-reflection, self-discovery, and a willingness to confront and integrate the darker aspects of oneself.

THE UNITY PROCESS: I’ve created an integrative methodology called the Unity Process, which combines the philosophy of Natural Law, the Trivium Method, Socratic Questioning, Jungian shadow work, and Meridian Tapping—into an easy to use system that allows people to process their emotional upsets, work through trauma, correct poor thinking, discover meaning, set healthy boundaries, refine their viewpoints, and to achieve a positive focus. You can give it a try by contacting me for a private session.

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