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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Unit3
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Yes. There are no 'good' or 'bad' interactions.

The symbol should be neutral (as free of pre-extant value as you think possible)

Potential Energy is inherently neutral.

Logic is neutral because it does not matter what it is.

And Interactions are neutral because there's only the objective values created in relationships. (How these are perceived depends on perspective.)
 Quoting: Chaol

Chaol, this'll be my last one for today. :)

Given your reply above (and all times prior) as to what symbols 'are' and 'are not' supposed to represent....would it not be better to just continually be creating symbols and the subsequent Genius Relationary steps without regard to any thing in particular. This way, someone like Gespenst, who can't consciously pin down any physical desires, can just start making symbols and steps and haphazardly (sub-consciously) fall into the exact thing he wanted without being aware of it before hand.

??? does my question make sense

Thanks again, Chaol. You're aces!
 Quoting: X Won 1407931

Yes, it makes sense. And it can be done.

The difficult part, though, is determining what the symbol is (loosely) for so that it could be discarded or interactions enhanced if need be.

Eventually, though, I'm hoping some of us will get to the point of creating the symbols on-the-fly (mentally) so this could be a logical path to there.
 Quoting: Chaol


1) So once we determine what the symbol is for, we can make the symbols mentally?

2) And the symbols can change as we progress?

3) So what the symbol is for, is permanent?

4)The symbol is changeable?

5) And how are interactions enhanced? (by changing the symbol?)
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