Understanding The Human Mind

Understanding the Human Mind. Linking this article with Psycho-Cybernetics, the science and technology that measures the deviation from a set goal and adjusts the organism or the machine, back to its course.

Structure of article:

  • Successful People
  • Unified Field
  • Objective/Subjective approach
  • Meditation and its benefits
  • How it is all correlated
  • Conclusion: Understanding the human mind.

Understanding the human mind. The human mind is the most advanced computer on the planet. Not only it is connected to the source of everything, but it also does tasks for you, not requiring your conscious attention. Like a computer that requires an operation, most of the tasks are done in the background, leaving only the interface or the User Interface to be explored and controlled by the operator.

Computers are based on the same principles as the human mind. Artificial intelligence as well.

Everything that has been created in this world draws inspiration from nature.

The Wright Brothers have introduced us to flying. Inspired by birds, that use wings to propel and glide through the air, the Wright Brothers have tapped into the field of pure intelligence and extracted the principles of flying.

Back then, people thought they were crazy. Imagine this – some bicycle mechanics coming with an idea that the man can and will fly. And not only it will fly alone, but large vehicles will be able to carry hundreds of tons in the air. What would you have said back then, that we would fly?

 

If they would have listened to the naysayers and not strongly believe that things like this airplane can be created, maybe we wouldn’t yet be able to explore all the corners of the world, in a matter of hours.

 

Using airplanes, people can now experience 2 sunsets on the same day.

 

The Concorde, the airplane that reached 1354 miles an hour, a maximum speed over twice the speed of sound, at Mach 2.04, allowed travel from London to New York in 3.5 hours.

 

With enough money, you could have breakfast in Paris, Lunch in London and Dinner in New York.

 

Now, what did the Wright Brothers do? How come they came up with such a revolutionary invention? Were they special? Was there something in the water?

 

The answer is no. They just learned to use their mind, in a constructive way, and not deviate from their goal, no matter what the outside people would say.

 

In learning more about life, I discovered the passion of researching well-known and successful people. To understand their processes, their habits, and their way of thinking.

 

Same as the Wright Brothers, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Issac Newton, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Mozart, Picasso, Michelangelo, Leonardo DaVinci, and many many more highly successful, creative, inventors and visionaries used their minds to tap into the field of Pure Intelligence. The field named by quantum physicists (Albert Einstein also helped build on that theory) The Unified Field. The place of origin for everything that exists.

Everything that surrounds us originated from there.

For this article, I will not get into the technicalities of the unified field, as I am building slowly the knowledge and understanding of several processes that will eventually click in everyone. Those “Aha-moments” that we all experience from time to time.

In a very basic approach, what we see with our sensors – eyes, it’s just the surface. It’s the superficial part of life. Low consciousness people believe they see and know everything. That cannot be further from the truth. Having a close mind, if one fights for its limitation, one gets to keep them.

Hence the saying: Don’t argue with the fool. You’ll lose.

As we have all learned in the chemistry and physics classes, when we look at an object, let’s say a desk, it looks like it’s not moving. It looks solid. It looks grounded.

But actually, when you use a high-quality microscope, and you start examining it, deeper and deeper, to more subtle depths, we see that the wood is actually made of particles.

Quantum Physics proves that nothing is solid. It proves that THOUGHTS are what keeps all the elements together, all the energies to collapse into the matter, something that is called Wave function collapse.

Thoughts hold together this ever-changing energy field into the matter or “objects” that we all see with our eyes, feel with our body, smell with our nose, hear with our ears, taste with our mouth.

Everything is linked to this invisible energy and thoughts determine what the energy forms. Your thoughts, literally transform ever-flowing, unlimited energy, on a particle-by-particle basis, to create what you call the physical life.

Adding to the puzzle of life is the fact that science proved that if an observer observes a phenomenon, the phenomenon changes. That means that the observer influences reality.

This is an objective approach. Understanding The Human Mind

The next piece of the puzzle is meditation. How meditation allows for our awareness to experience, subjectively, the subtle aspects of the mind and overall life. The benefits of meditation.

To add images and sound to what I’m writing, I’d suggest you watch the video of David Lynch, explaining what Transcendental Meditation is.

How it is all correlated.

 

The two worlds that exist, the outer world and the inner world, represent the totality of life. Subjective and objective.

The outer world is covered by scientists in all fields. But the inner world? It’s something that one has to do personally. No one else can “add subjectivity” to the inner world of an individual.

That is why reading a book about it or listening to other speak about it will not help you experience the total field, subjectively. This is what Vedic science, has been writing all about.

The mind has structure and order in it. And as Martin Luther King Jr. said:

If you can’t fly, then run,

If you can’t run, then walk,

If you can’t walk, then crawl,

but whatever you do,

you have to keep moving forward.

Your goal in this life should be to understand what life is. What is the meaning of everything?

In that field, the “internet” of all things, the universal library in which you can find the answers to all of your questions, is within you.

I’m not a priest or theologian, but this is what Jesus was saying: “The Kingdom of God is within you.” I’m sure that by putting into action these things, you will come to an awakening and self-discovery moment.

Everything exists in the now. Yesterday or the past is composed of materialized thoughts.

Now or the present moment is the only moment of creation in which we have the power to create. It is the moment when using thoughts, energy is channeled and given shape so that it materializes in the future.

Tomorrow or the future consists of un-materialized or un-matured thoughts.

Tomorrow is just an idea. And that idea can be shaped however you want.

Conclusion:

Everything that we experience, everything that we see, everything that we hear, smell, taste, and touch is felt inside. Everything is experienced in our minds.

Understand the mind, learn to control your thought currents, and who knows, you may become the next Albert Einstein or Marie Curie.

In a further post, I’ll explain processes that these successful people did every day to extract ideas from the Field of Total Knowledge.

Enjoy life,

Ionut

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