Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Proof?

We don't have to prove things. It's good enough to understand them. If you think of Infinite Mind in a state of Absolute Now (no past or future), no spacial distance (no road trips), and no motion (no rollercoaster rides), and no bodies ("I" , the bodiless loner), one would expect this Mind to remedy that with a virtual reality simulator that could condition a perceptual reality that allows for those phenomena. That's what a body with senses for inputting information describing objects and their position coordinates, a nervous system capable of being a highway for this information, and a brain where this information needs to be brought so that a dimensional build can be made from the information.

 In Buddhism, the goal is realization. Knowing that logic and reality are inseparable is to know that realization is had by following the bread crumb trail left by logic. Logic can't be separated from God and God can't be separated from reality. This eliminates the attempted defense that impossibities can exist because God can do anything including the impossible. Infinite Being can't be Omniscient. If you have a limited property, you need that which limit can be placed on. There are an unlimited number of things to experience. We can never get to the end of the unlimited. Knowing can be at full capacity and knowledge could be accumulative as the number of experiences grows. Subjective perception is caused by our idea of what we're seeing whether that idea is correct or not. Intelligence is directly proportional to the amount of applied thought one uses to discern the validity of an idea coming from an outside source. Our intuitive faculty is the center of understanding we use as a plumb line to compare ideas to it looking for a match.

 Being right about an idea is good. Being right can't be determined until we've applied our own thinking to it, ascertaining it and understanding it personally. Not knowing something is not delusional. Having a view that isn't in correlation with reality can be both a rational and delusional view. Imagination works by interpreting experience to match beliefs even if the beliefs don't match with reality. Knowing isn't conceptual. Thinking is conceptual. Wisdom is reiterating what resonates with our knowing-being. Only a knower can know. If there is something known, it implicates support for a view that there is a knower. The nonexistent have not the nature to question their existence. If we can question it, we know we exist. This proves the existence of a knower. Any so-called knowledge acquired via the senses (aka perception) isn't knowledge. Know- ledge comes from a non-perceptive source. Knowing can be at full capacity and can be accumulative as the number of experiences grows. We need to drop the ego. Our beliefs can then become redundant. Doubt is conditioned by contact with that which is perceived as being contrary to what is real. The perception can either be correct or incorrect.

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