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Neuronics: The future of humanity (Humanity without physicality)

 
Chaol (OP)

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Ok, yes that def makes a lot of sense. Will apply this to my new Genius model. Also do you think I'm aiming too high for my 1st use of the Genius?
 Quoting: MaJorMan 1528213


Hi.

Not at all.

Through the Genius it could be that your Mercedes is more logical to where you are now than a Tata Nano, for example.

(Keep in mind that that your "map" is not the same as your subconscious' "map". The perceived distances are different, too.)

Just make it a logical progression from where you are now, and it will be a part of your perspective.
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I look forward to your results. TRUST that you're right. If you must doubt, doubt you're wrong. I believe you're doing exactly what you can(have to)
To get this car. It needs space to exist (I believe) have you gone to dealers and test driven it? Perhaps read reviews online? Notice how it could fit? Can it?
 Quoting: MutantMessiah


I haven't test driven it. I frequent the Mercedes Benz site where you can get a full preview of the car inside and out.
i've gone as far as custom building the model to my exact specifications and reviewing the dynamics and stats of the vehicle. Talking to you and a select few others is as far as I've gone as far as interaction. Most would think I'm crazy for looking into a $100,000 vehicle when I make a salary of half that a year, but forget believing I'm starting to know more and more everyday the Possibility of this is increasing hand in hand to my understanding of Ec. What about you? What are you using the Genius for?
 Quoting: MaJorMan 1528213


Allow it to interact more. And perhaps be creative with creating the symbol for your desires. Creating an exact model is ok, but not very effective. Because it is not the car that is keeping you from experiencing it.

By the way, I bought a new Bentley in my favorite color (with cash) using the Genius.

And I found someone to drive it for me using an other Genius model.

As I've mentioned before it works for any kind of perspective, not just certain physical perspectives.
 Quoting: Chaol


For a point of reference, can you give us the method you used to bring the Bentley into your perspective.
 Quoting: MaJorMan 1528213


I utilize far more advanced neuronics than I present here. We're still on the very basics in this thread.

However, the Genius is the most effective method for anyone in this world to come to experience something they do not already (when properly used).

For the car, anyone who used the methods I prescribed for the Mercedes some posts back is closer to experiencing it than before.
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Hmmm. If I have all the influence, where did the seed of my consciousness come from? And how was that seed planted? By what force?

Also, I feel that, by trying to be all, I lead myself to become nothing. I recognize all and nothing but don't define myself as either.

The verb "to be" is like an equals sign. Its very useful but it lies.

 Quoting: Breadsticks


It may be convenient to think about seeds and sources, but really there is none of this.

There is perception. And that is it.

The way we perceive is very similar to the Genius.

Everything in perception comes from this 'force', although there is no real force because forces are illusions.

You need only define yourself as what you are now. If you are Brain/Brian then that is the most relative to what you are. There is a reason it is most relative, and a reason you are experiencing this particular aspect of perspective right now.

Nothing else is necessary. Nothing else exists. There is really nothing else to do.

We seek meaning in stuff that doesn't really exist.

The meaning is here, beneath our potato chips and Shark Week episodes.

The trick is to realize that it is the same thing as anything you imagine to be god-like.

You decide what comes 'next' by making things more relative to what you define yourself to be, so to speak.

The weight of being everything seems unbearable (and lonely for that matter).
 Quoting: Breadsticks


You already are 'everything', even when you don't feel lonely. So really the feeling is up to you.

You are everything in your perception, and everything in your perception is you. As long as you exist you will perceive, and will be surrounded by your perceptions.
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The weight of being everything seems unbearable (and lonely for that matter).
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i think that's why we have limited our perspective. it was boring to be everything, know everything. you still are, you just don't know it right now and so many people aim to become something they already are even though they didn't want to be that way anymore in the first place.
 Quoting: AWinterShadow


Yes. Thus, the gods create drama in order to exist.

That's what you're doing right now.

We are surrounded by drama. There is as much meaning in human relationships and what you see on television as anything the stars could muster up.

You experience what is most relative to your entire universe. But do you realize it?
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The weight of being everything seems unbearable (and lonely for that matter).
 Quoting: Breadsticks


i think that's why we have limited our perspective. it was boring to be everything, know everything. you still are, you just don't know it right now and so many people aim to become something they already are even though they didn't want to be that way anymore in the first place.
 Quoting: AWinterShadow


I've always thought about things in this context. An analogy might be that we were originally white light but then fragmented into different colors.

However, no matter how singular or transcendent our perspective may be, it is still nothing more than perspective. We can use the word "everything" and "all" but those are only ideas and they begin to abstract as soon as we think or say them. What about reality that is beyond our perspective (language, sense organs, etc)?

Obviously, it is fruitless to think about it... its beyond unthinkable. But at the same time, it makes me hesitant to say that I am all. I can say that I am my perspective, and that I cannot perceive beyond my psyche, but to say that I am "all" or any other word, it might be useful in a poetic sense, but otherwise its just a one-sided absolutism. As soon as I say "I am all" I am limiting myself to my conception of "all" haha. I find it to be a funny paradox.
 Quoting: Breadsticks 1679653


Perhaps it's because you may think you are your body.

You are not your body. Your body is the most relative aspect of your perspective at this moment.

However, everything else you perceive is also relative to your perspective. (Some more than others, of course. This is usually by physical distance in time and space. This changes moment-to-moment, as you sense it.)

Your "body" is your entire perspective.

In this way, you being "all" may not be hard to fathom if you consider that the 'real' you does not have a name and is everything you see.

You can only experience yourself.
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Also, how can there be reality beyond your perspective. Theres no guarantee that anything anyones ever talked about that you haven't witnessed or experienced yourself even exists. Like you said, theres no way of describing whats outside of your perspective.. its impossible, because it just doesn't exist. These words on the screen may be all that exist right now to you, because your focused on them and you perspective has filtered out even some of the very things within your field of vision, even your own body. Until I spoke of them, they weren't there. Searching for anything outside of yourself imo is literally searching for "nothing".
 Quoting: MaJorMan 1450186


That is how it exists. As part of your perspective.

Oftentimes people will ask something like, "Well if I cannot know of anything beyond my perception then why when I ask my friends can they tell me about stuff that happened?".. forgetting that their friends, along with everything else, is also a part of their perspective.
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Firstly, I certainly understand that my perspective is different than yours. I find it to be a very beautiful and mysterious observation. To me that magic is felt more strongly when you look into someone's eyes. When my own perspective gets a flash of the potentialities of other perspectives.
Stare at a computer screen too much and you might forget about that magic.

If "all that I see" is not the same as "all that you see", then it stands to reason that "all i see" is not "all there is". I mean i think we're both saying the same thing but with different emphasis haha.
 Quoting: Breadsticks 1679653


Well from my perspective, the point your missing is, your never looking at anything solid as to say your seeing anything different than me. For example, I have friends who hate milk.. I love milk. The milk is the same, yet totally different perspective on it. The same goes with visuals. What you see is nothing more than what your mind is creating and furthermore how your mind interprets what it just created. We can be in the same spot staring at the same thing and verbally express we see the same thing, then turn and walk opposite directions and see totally different things. Why, because there was never anything more to see in the first place then what we were at that moment. If everyone in the world so the same thing as everyone else all the time, I would then be concerned if you started seeing different things lol. Fortunately we are free to see whatever we can convince our minds is there. There will never come a time when space is too limited for new things to enter your perspective. Technically speaking, when are you ever looking at the same thing twice
 Quoting: MaJorMan 1528213


Interesting.

Do you have 10 friends who each see things in their own way (10 perspectives), or

do you have 10 different ways of seeing the same thing? or..?

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Re: Neuronics: The future of humanity (Humanity without physicality)
what if we assume that anything is possible? What if all restrictions are self imposed?
 Quoting: MutantMessiah


Well now we're back where we started!:

This is the only question you pose that I believe I can personally answer with confidence. You have all the influence. It is you.
 Quoting: MutantMessiah


Haha, we've gone for a loop.

I think I'll retire this conversation now. But I'd still like to hear Chaol or anybody's response to this:

What I would like to know is how one would re-conceptualize what has been called "The Great Mystery" or "unknown."

Traditionally, it has been recognized as power or force (like the Christian God or Karma).
Something which is "founded upon an only partially psychic and possibly altogether different form of being."*

If I'm to believe that I have "all the power" then what shape does the "great mystery" or "unknown" take?

*Quote is Carl Jung
 Quoting: Breadsticks 1679653


Is there a need to conceptualize the "unknown"?

Wouldn't that be an oxymoron?

It is not that you have "all the power". It's that there is no need for anything else to exist.

Right now, for example, you do not have the full power of our sun.

You are have bits and pieces of what the sun is, in your reality. (There is no need for the full power of the sun to exist. It is enough that you think it does, in the same way that you think everything else exists.)

The 'power' you have is perception. There really is no other power in the universe.

We then break down 'perception' into the 4 elements. It doesn't matter what you call them.

If there is a "great mystery" then you are putting the pieces together in order of relativity. Learning from what is relative pushes things 'forward' and makes it seem like you are moving in time's pace, and that there is action and thought.

The mystery is that there is no mystery because it is beyond perception. All is here now, in your current perspective. That it is hiding in plain sight I suppose would be a kind of mystery, though not at all disappointing when you understand the "now here".

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Haha, we've gone for a loop.

I think I'll retire this conversation now. But I'd still like to hear Chaol or anybody's response to this:

What I would like to know is how one would re-conceptualize what has been called "The Great Mystery" or "unknown."

Traditionally, it has been recognized as power or force (like the Christian God or Karma).
Something which is "founded upon an only partially psychic and possibly altogether different form of being."*

If I'm to believe that I have "all the power" then what shape does the "great mystery" or "unknown" take?

*Quote is Carl Jung
 Quoting: Breadsticks 1679653


That is a question you can only ask yourself. If we have learned anything from this discussion, we can never agree until we know... we can never know... by definition the "unknown" is not known...yet.. Beautiful and simple. To know the "shape" of the unknown we would have to first know the "shape" of the known, that abstract concept is you.
 Quoting: MutantMessiah


I would add that the "unknown" is irrelevant to knowledge.

That which cannot be perceived is not waiting for you to perceive it. It is irrelevant to perception.

The infinite is not waiting to be counted or measured by someone in the distant future. It is irrelevant to measurement.

But seeking to measure the infinite 'creates' what seems to be finite. Seeking to know the "unknown" allows us to know anything without end.

And seeking to perceive that to which perception is irrelevant allows us to make relevant perceptions.

The biggest mystery of all, perhaps, is that perception is not possible because it is irrelevant to possibility ;)
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example: "(I) SEE YOU TOMORROW!"
+SS IP L-L

"I" would be high symbol and "you" neutral symbol as described above.
"see" would be a neutral interaction (it's relative to my perspective but not highly relative insofar as it doesn't influence me very much) resulting in a neutral possibility (it is not defined what the possibility is and so it is relative to me but not (yet) highly relative).
"tomorrow" is neutral logic (less relevant than for example "now" and more relevant than, say, "next year", hence neutral. also, it's more vague than for example "tomorrow 8 am" which would be high logic) resulting in low logic (the only option left. no particular "logic" is defined in the sentence, hence it's low logic)
 Quoting: AWinterShadow


What is your input and output for this first group (+SS)? Would 'I' be the input and 'you' be the output?
 Quoting: Chaol


yep, "I" would be the input because it's me who does the "seeing" and "you" would be the output because what/whom i see is the "result" of my input. is this ok or did i misunderstand anything?
 Quoting: AWinterShadow


See here: [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

In that case, wouldn't anything you see be the "result" of the input.. not just "you"?

It could work (I suppose) but you would probably experience a very limited result.
 Quoting: Chaol


yeah that's right, everything i see would be an "output". so i should take myself out of the mapping, is that what you mean?

When mapping a concept there are really only 3 things to think about:

1) What is the element before and after I interact with it?
2) If not mapped fully in my perspective, then repeat step 1
3) How is it written and how do I pronounce it?
 Quoting: Chaol


because not "I" is the element before the interaction but "YOU" (unless i interact with myself, or a part of myself, like washing my hair or something, which wouldn't really be "I" either but "IT"). anyways, so "you" would be input - neutral symbol - and the output would be neutral interaction. the neutral interaction then results in neutral possibility.

what about the logic part, is that correct? there's neutral logic before the interaction, defined by "tomorrow", and after the interaction the only thing that can possibly be the output after a neutral logic input is low logic, some as yet undefined logic, so to speak. ok?

SI IP L-L
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Ok, yes that def makes a lot of sense. Will apply this to my new Genius model. Also do you think I'm aiming too high for my 1st use of the Genius?
 Quoting: MaJorMan 1528213


Hi.

Not at all.

Through the Genius it could be that your Mercedes is more logical to where you are now than a Tata Nano, for example.

(Keep in mind that that your "map" is not the same as your subconscious' "map". The perceived distances are different, too.)

Just make it a logical progression from where you are now, and it will be a part of your perspective.
 Quoting: Chaol


that's interesting. i never thought of it this way. can you explain why the map we create is different from our subconscious map and how we can overcome our subconscious map?

to take the mercedes as an example. my subconscious probably thinks that it's impossibly for me to "perceive" a mercedes as my car because to my subconscious it doesn't make sense. where should a $100.000 car suddenly come from? so how can i overcome my subconscious conditioning?

another thing is that i'd probably do something like this just for fun, to see if it works for me, because i don't really care about having a mercedes or some other expensive car. does it even work if you're just playing around or let's say you create something and then give it away?
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Perhaps it's because you may think you are your body.

You are not your body. Your body is the most relative aspect of your perspective at this moment.

However, everything else you perceive is also relative to your perspective. (Some more than others, of course. This is usually by physical distance in time and space. This changes moment-to-moment, as you sense it.)

Your "body" is your entire perspective.

In this way, you being "all" may not be hard to fathom if you consider that the 'real' you does not have a name and is everything you see.

You can only experience yourself.
 Quoting: Chaol


can you describe how we should go about making something else more relative to our perspective than our own body?

let's say i want to experience being the sun for a while instead of my body. how should i do that?

from what i believe to know of EC right now i'd probably define my body in neuronicons until everytime i think of my body i think of the neuronicons. i'd do the same with the sun. then i'd switch between these two and i guess nothing at all would happen. i'd still experience my body.

the same could be said of the concept of teleportation that has been mentioned a few times in your threads. let's say i want to "teleport" from my living room to my parents' living room. i'd map both of these perceptions in my mind as described above and then switch between them. would that work? right now i'd say probably not because it's inconceivable from our current perspective...
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Hmm... starting to get some Chaol withdrawals.
Nothing is irrelevant.
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Just wanted to share, I made a new model for my Benz. CLS 63 AMG. Its a white rock that I found several months back. It caught my attention because it was super smooth, like 1 you'd find in a river or somewhere around water, yet it was just on the side of the street where I parked. No other reason other than I thought it was a nice looking rock did I keep it. Now it serves as the device you use to open your car door on your key chain (whatever thats called) Its not attached to my key chain obviously but I treat it like it is. I never pick up my keys without picking up the rock. I take it with me everywhere. Whenever I see any (parked) Benz I reach in my pocket and act as if I was pressing the button to lock the doors. I now leave my keys and the rock out in the open for people to see at work, at home and wherever else its safe to do so. I kiss it 3 times every day lol. Now the interesting part. Since I've been doing this I see Benzes everywhere. I mean 3 or 4 parked in the same vicinity and the other night I came out my house and what was sitting right infront.. A CLS 500, exact color and interior as the one I built one the MB website. It wasn't the exact car I want, the 63 AMG, but close enough being these are $100,000 cars and in my neighborhood they aren't just parked on every corner. I was astonished. That was actually the 1st time I'd seen a CLS up close and personal, since then I see them sporadically here and there. Is my model working? I think so. Now when do I get mine? lol
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Just wanted to share, I made a new model for my Benz. CLS 63 AMG. Its a white rock that I found several months back. It caught my attention because it was super smooth, like 1 you'd find in a river or somewhere around water, yet it was just on the side of the street where I parked. No other reason other than I thought it was a nice looking rock did I keep it. Now it serves as the device you use to open your car door on your key chain (whatever thats called) Its not attached to my key chain obviously but I treat it like it is. I never pick up my keys without picking up the rock. I take it with me everywhere. Whenever I see any (parked) Benz I reach in my pocket and act as if I was pressing the button to lock the doors. I now leave my keys and the rock out in the open for people to see at work, at home and wherever else its safe to do so. I kiss it 3 times every day lol. Now the interesting part. Since I've been doing this I see Benzes everywhere. I mean 3 or 4 parked in the same vicinity and the other night I came out my house and what was sitting right infront.. A CLS 500, exact color and interior as the one I built one the MB website. It wasn't the exact car I want, the 63 AMG, but close enough being these are $100,000 cars and in my neighborhood they aren't just parked on every corner. I was astonished. That was actually the 1st time I'd seen a CLS up close and personal, since then I see them sporadically here and there. Is my model working? I think so. Now when do I get mine? lol
 Quoting: MaJorMan 1528213


Interesting...keep us updated
I know you'll get it...
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Thanks Miqq. What happened to the neuronics discussions? Anyone making any progress with applying the language? We should be having conversations in EC by now. (+SI -I-P)= I see you guys as lazy lol.
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Just watch the vid on this page, very relevant.

Thread: http://oct282011.com/one - I have the Username and Password. (Page 13)
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Thanks for that Mutant. A great explanation from another perspective of what Chaol has been teaching. I watched from beginning to end, a clear example is all the different angles we are starting to hear the same things. We are tuning for the info and it is attracted to us.
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Thanks for that Mutant. A great explanation from another perspective of what Chaol has been teaching. I watched from beginning to end, a clear example is all the different angles we are starting to hear the same things. We are tuning for the info and it is attracted to us.
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Yes sir. SO much out there. I am finally getting my Hypnotherapist certification. I have been meditating a lot, self hypnosis, working on the lucid dreaming. Chaol and his methods have helped me to notice how to properly perceive everything in my perspective. The weirdest thing is that this is the "last day" before 10/28 and it's called "fruition" and all that fun stuff. Many journeys one destination. A lot of people expect doom, those with a vested interest in remaining here as we are transitioning are going to be surprised when the doom they expect is just more of the same crap(from their perspective, of course). For those embracing this transition, things can only get better. I think of all this doom stuff like the "death" card from Tarot, out of the ashes the phoenix rises.

I am sure most people will read what I've said above and think "wtf? this guy is delusional." But the last 2 years of my life have been profoundly eye opening and the last two months have been comparably more profound. I cannot wait for what's next.

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Since ya had the patience and interest to watch that other lecture you might like the very interesting vids here too. Enjoy :)

Thread: Thomas Campbell: Holism-Physics, Existence and Life.
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Hello,
In the website you have co-made, the "Neuronics" components have been identified for the human brain and computers, but not for DNA because of concerns about misuse of that info.
( [link to ecsys.org]
Can you tell us that information now?

Additionally, I thought I could post some relevant links:
[link to plato.stanford.edu]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Since ya had the patience and interest to watch that other lecture you might like the very interesting vids here too. Enjoy :)

Thread: Thomas Campbell: Holism-Physics, Existence and Life.
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He seemed rather monotone and boring to me lol. I couldn't get into it. Theres certain aspects I look for in someone who explains "reality". Mainly they should be happy and excited as all hell because their life is just fantastic, like Chaol and his ever present sense of humor. The difference between this guy and the 1st video u suggested is that the 1st guy seems to not only know what he's talking about but has successfully applied it to his own life. The boring one may have gotten it but hasn't implemented it which would explain his lack of personality and somewhat frustrated of a demeanor. Thats just my perspective though, thanks for sharing anyway. The 1st vid pretty much summed it up for me, I'm still trying to completely digest that 1.
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Chaol, Did you log in yesterday?!
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Slam dunkin like Shqaiulle O'Neal, if he wrote informative articles.
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colorbump
No one has ever seen a perfect circle, nor a perfectly straight line, yet everyone knows what a circle and a straight line are.
Perceived circles or lines are not exactly circular or straight, and true circles and lines could never be detected since by definition they are sets of infinitely small points.
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Hey guys!!!
The party is over here!
Thread: Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
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Re: Neuronics: The future of humanity (Humanity without physicality)
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Re: Neuronics: The future of humanity (Humanity without physicality)
Actually, chaol, I have had dreams (sneak peaks) of the year 2342. At that time, humans are non-physical and with great mind power, just as you speak. And it starts in the next very eventful decades of 2040-2060.

I just say OMG things are just to change so much, much more than the past 100 years.
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10/31/2012 01:07 PM
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Re: Neuronics: The future of humanity (Humanity without physicality)
In the actual Earth where you and I are from, we use something called psilocybe cubensis.

Psilocybe cubensis is a way to influence neurons and other cells in the human body to change what you experience.
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Sounds interesting, but neuronics is entirely within your mind.

If you use a physical means to influence something that is inherently non-physical the experience will be entirely different.

You will, in effect, not experience the non-physical but the properties of "psilocybe cubensis" itself. Your experience is a property of what you are using to experience it.

You are not, therefore, influencing your neurons. Your neurons are becoming psilocybe cubensis. If you are comfortable with this then by all means...

Yes, we are all from Earth ;)
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Wow! This confirms my sense of not wanting to pursue that path. TY! hf

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