Renew Your Mind with the Unity Process & the Trivium

The more capable a person is of processing their emotional triggers and limiting patterns, the more they are able to leave their goal oriented life, to experience a strictly process oriented life.  We must all start somewhere, so we must start to work the process of letting go of attachments and goals, to finally experience the fullness of a life without goals.  Working the Trivium method expands our ability to think critically, as it is our responsibility to renew and refine our minds, stop conforming to limiting pre-installed patterns, and to align our will with that of the truth, rather than of the myriad of lies:

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve [discern] what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will [the truth].” ~Paul, Romans 12:2 (NIV)

The Unity Process is a transformational system designed to uninstall the limiting patterns that cause conformity to social, societal, and religious norms, as it empowers people to renew their mind, work their process of separating lies from truth, and thus align their life experience with the truth.  The Unity Process utilizes the Trivium method of critical thinking in a practical and easy to understand way, that produces tangible results.   While the results may be beneficial for those who employ it, they are potentially catastrophic to the control system that has been holding humanity captive.


The Trivium & the Unity Process

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The Trivium is comprised of three very specific steps, and in a very specific order, it is grammar (input / knowledge), logic (processing / understanding), and rhetoric (output / wisdom).  If the Trivium is worked outside of this order, the person using it cannot be aligned with the truth of Natural Law, and loses the capacity to be self-sustaining, self-responsible, and self-aware; using this process incorrectly also makes one susceptible to lies, manipulation, and external control.

Grammar is the first phase of the Trivium method, it is the input, and is equivalent to a keyboard, mouse, DVD drive, and hard drive; it is the stage in which knowledge is acquired prior to processing.  The correct knowledge must first be acquired before processing can even begin, through asking “what, where, who, and when”.  If knowledge is not acquired properly, or is incomplete, then the information to be processed will be skewed, and in some cases, completely false.

Logic is the second phase of the Trivium method, it is the processor, and is equivalent to the central processing capabilities of a computer; it is the stage in which knowledge from phase one is processed, to understand it, prior to outputting it as wisdom.  Knowledge is processed by taking it and asking “why” questions of it, to receive their answers; this step produces understanding.  Often there are many contradictions between knowledge and understanding, so it is imperative to use this step to remove any contradictions through either adding more information by asking more “what” questions, or by refining the “why” questions even further.  Many people fail to ask “why” far or deep enough to reach their logical conclusions, because they may have some attachments to predetermined outcomes that logic may prevent from being satisfied.

Rhetoric is the third phase of the Trivium method, it is the output, and is equivalent to a printer or a computer monitor; it is stage in which knowledge and understanding are synthesized and presented to others as wisdom, also known as presenting conclusions or findings.  Rhetoric answers “how” questions, but only after both knowledge and understanding have been properly synthesized, refined, and honed together, however, when it is founded upon faulty grammar and logical fallacies, it is known as false rhetoric.  If logical fallacies are used to support a person’s rhetoric, than the information coming from them is foolish and unwise; foolish people believe false rhetoric that is supported by logical fallacies.  Rhetoric is based in sound grammar and logic, while false rhetoric is based in unsound grammar and logical fallacies.

According to Wikipedia, a logical fallacy means “a flaw in the structure of a deductive argument which renders the argument invalid.” Unfortunately though, they left out an aspect, as the word fallacy is derived from the Latin fallere, which means to deceive, therefore a logical fallacy can also be deceptive logic meant to lead people astray.  Wikipedia alone lists 130+ variations and types of logical fallacies that can be employed to deceive and manipulate people, consciously or unconsciously.  With so many logical fallacies used against us every day, via our governments, media, commercials, companies, salesmen, schools, religions, friends, family, and more, it is imperative to upgrade our logical thinking skills, which acts as a type of virus protection and firewall against deception. The Trivium is by far the best virus scanner available for protecting our minds.

As more data is inputted into the logical process, it can continue to be refined and processed into deeper levels of output, feeding back into itself to continually deepen knowledge, understanding, and wisdom.  In this way, the Trivium method is a self-sustaining model for infinite growth and potential, much like a torus or torsion field, and how they pertain to galaxy formation and expansion.

Logical fallacies are caused by a lack of proper data collection and input in the initial grammar phase.  As stated before, logic can only process the information it receives from the input, for if the data is incomplete, the output / rhetoric will also be incomplete; like the old computer saying goes, “garbage in equals garbage out”.  Logical fallacies are either unconscious or conscious means of presenting the data to self or others, to further goals (called “spin”).  Sometimes people ignorantly use logical fallacies to further goals that they feel align with the truth, and sometimes they use them to further false or manipulated knowledge / data.  While logical fallacies do not necessarily equate to a lack of truth, they do reflect that a person still has attachments, goals, and emotional triggers that need to be resolved through the Trivium method.

Goals are attachments founded in lies and false images, and in a lack of emotional awareness and self-responsibility; they are an attempt to be creative and powerful outside of the Trivium method, usually for selfish egoic gain.  Whereas experiencing life outside of the confines of the Trivium method is the root cause for goals, it is also at the root of duality consciousness, dominance and submission, masters and slaves, and victims and villains.  The Trivium method is the antithesis of duality and lies, and the thesis of unity and the truth.

Rather than using logic to process knowledge and gain understanding, most people use logical fallacies to answer “why” questions in support of their goals.  The use of logical fallacies is manipulative — when done unconsciously, it is foolishness and blind rhetoric, but when done consciously, is sophism and black magic.  ~Nathan & Aline

When a person removes all of the attachments to their goals, by analyzing their emotional triggers, they will by extension remove their susceptibility to using or being fooled by logical fallacies.  Awakening is becoming aware of the proper use of logic, using it to process any available knowledge, and thus seeing through some of the false rhetoric being spouted in our world.  However, enlightenment is when a person is able to fully remove themselves from the world of goals, and be fully in process — in mind, body, and spirit.

Being enlightened is a process and a pattern – not a goal. All you need is to be aware of and connected to this process, and you’ll always have access to the answers you need. Once fully aligned with this process, you’ll never be more enlightened than you were when you first aligned with it, but you’ll always continue to change, deepen, and expand your Self-awareness.  Transformation results from being in your process, whereas enlightenment is your process. ~Nathan & Aline

Personal responsibility is living life within the confines of the Trivium method, but living life outside of the Trivium seeks to forfeit responsibility to others, or be responsible for them.  It is within the Trivium framework that a person has the power to express their life as a unique individual apart from the herd of sameness; it is in this framework that sovereignty, abundance, satisfaction, safety, and liberty are experienced.  However, outside of this framework, life is hierarchical and in competition with one another, it is a world of slavery, control, submission, scarcity, fear, and struggle; it finds power through enforcing control on others rather than through individuality and unique self-expression.

Emotions provide all of the necessary knowledge that a person needs to logically process their reality, and to align it with the truth.  Once a person has fully aligned themselves with the truth, they are impervious to logical fallacies, and they will not be able to unconsciously or consciously use them on others.  Those who have effectively processed more of their emotions, feelings, and triggers are more self-aware than those who have processed less of their emotions, feelings, and triggers.  More aware people will use fewer logical fallacies in their rhetoric, while less aware people will use a myriad of logical fallacies in their rhetoric.  The Trivium method is the framework upon which the Unity Process is built, without this foundational building block, it is not possible to effectively work through a person’s attachments, goals, and triggers.

“Speaking YOUR truth and aligning with THE truth are not the same thing, whereas YOUR truth is your knowledge of your reality, THE truth is the Divine Natural Laws that must be aligned with through understanding. It is imperative to align YOUR truth with THE truth, utilizing critical thinking skills and logical processing of your emotions, otherwise they will remain divergent and in conflict with one another. While everyone has their own truth, not everyone is aligned with the One truth.” ~Nathan & Aline

A mostly process oriented person may still have hidden attachments and goals that they are not yet aware of, so they are still a hybrid of the two, which is demonstrated by their susceptibility and use of logical fallacies to support some of their true conclusions.  As Kris Nelson of said in his article, “Dark, Negative and Limited Trivium – Language and Reality Pt.4“:

People can become fallacy-obsessed, and think a fallacy demonstrates a falsity in reality, when it actually only demonstrates a falsity/error in reasoning, not an error of the conclusion itself, but in explaining the conclusion. The fallacy in explaining a wrong/erroneous conclusion can indicate that this is how someone arrived at the wrong conclusion. Fallacies are helpful to show people why their conclusions are false if they are indeed false, because their reasoning is faulty. Someone can use fallacious statements that are erroneous while advocating for a verifiable Truth, the truth they are talking is true, but the way they delivered the truth had errors, but most people can still understand the truth delivered.

The use of fallacies does not automatically invalidate a proposition or conclusion. A person can get stuck in the delivery, the rhetoric of the delivery of the message (does it have any fallacies) rather than looking at what is said. If the conclusion is erroneous, then fallacies can be demonstrated to show how the person is not reasoning accurately. To claim a conclusion is false because there are any amount of fallacies, is a fallacy fallacy. To claim a conclusion is false without even looking into it honestly, without curiosity, critical thinking and objective detachment from ourselves, is a fallacy of the mind itself. Anal-logic is not real logic. Look at the truth being expressed, not the rhetorical form of the message alone.

If someone expresses a fallacy but speaks the truth about reality, then it is still truth. Rhetorical focus on the message delivery first, and not Truth first, is indicative of the poisoned Classical Trivium focus on manipulation, rather than Truth. When you only point out the fallacies, while ignoring the truth or falsity of the conclusion, you tend to side-track the issue. Fallacies need to be pointed out when they prevent access to Truth. Fallacies used to express a Truth is erroneous in its expression, but still has the Truth at its core, inside, internally, in substance. So yes, sometimes people fail to express things accurately, and you can point it out. If they are expressing a Truth, but do it incorrectly, as with a fallacy, you cannot simply deny their conclusion while only focusing on the fallacy used to demonstrate it.

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