Its a curious thing the mind... it depends on what you are looking for in life. What do you want out of life, and what is of most value to you as a unique expression of being.Greta wrote: ↑Sat Sep 29, 2018 2:44 pmThis is just garble.
Science isn't a deity, science is not any of the things you claim it is. Science is simply what you do as a child when you are curious. Some people remain curious and want to keep exploring and learning. Others like to think they already have all the answers they need and are not much interested in learning anything new.
You seen to have this weird idea that if one chooses not to be a ''somebody'' with an autonomous status with letters after their name, then they are just a piece of lazy trash unwilling to learn anything. But perhaps some people consciously choose to be a nobody. Can you acept that?
You seem to believe that such a person chooses this laziness because it has all the answers to life. This is just plain daft and typical of the egoic mindset that thinks knowledge is what makes it special.
If you've ever got a question then you must also have the answer, else why would the question even arise, a question can only arise in the one that wants to know. Surely then that one must already know what it wants? ..this is so simple.
It just so happens that there are people here on earth that don't want to know anything and that they don't feel they have to prove themselves to anyone but themself. Can you accept that? One simply does not have to learn to be, or learn to be conscious, one simply is, like everything else in nature. You don't see trees going to school, or birds or fish...who wants to be locked up inside a building all day when the sun is shining and the birds are singing..Yes, if you want to participate in the game of human Knowledge then go ahead, its the play of Maya where the adventures, the movies of life are experienced as they are observed. But its a control system deliberately set-up by the lazy few to make them filthy rich off of the backbreaking hard work of the masses.
And then what, you learn all this stuff, get paid a ton of money and then you lose everything you have ever toiled for when you die, wow!
Animals in the wild live without knowledge. What makes a human so different?
I don't care if I die, because I have put all my energy into the learning of new things, and one of those things is the knowledge of myself, the knowledge of what it is to be alive in the first place. I'malready alive so that is a given, now all I have to do is discover who is alive?
Now I know myself, so there is no fear of death in me, I have nothing to lose or gain by being. I'm just being. And if the desire to learn to be a pilot is on my agenda to experience, then so be it, its what will happen. Its no big deal, what will be will be.
You cannot know anything without being conscious of that knowing.
All knowing is within consciousness itself, one with the knowing.
I don't talk about knowledge, I talk about consciousness that cannot be known.
Knowledge is in the dream of separation where everything there is to learn is possible. It's the place of experience in all its diversity and flavour.
My interest is purely on that which is experiencing itself, aka consciousness.
One doesn't have to learn how to be conscious, or how to be being. That's a given, so my assignment is to understand how and what knows what is consciousness and being...everything else is just a free ride on the back of that, its secondary knowledge.
Garble is as garble does. This is all just my garbled opinion. Doesn't make me any less or more of what I am. It's just what I am, like it or lump it.