"Accountability for Suffering"

The belief in suffering comes two-fold: The physical side of suffering and the Spiritual side of suffering. Both cannot take place at the same time within the mind of the mortal-minded thinker. One always gives precedence over the other. In most cases, physical pain that leads to chronic suffering wins the battle between the two. Only in rare cases does one experience the physical suffering, yet consciously only feeling the spiritual suffering. Spiritual suffering is that which stems from a conscious decision to doubt one’s self, Whereas Physical suffering is that which stems from a conscious decision to doubt others. What they both have in common is doubt. While at the same time what they do not have in common is everything else, other than doubt itself. The problematical area worth looking into is summed up through the meditational questions, which are as follows: For what reason do I choose to believe in a spiritual authority outside myself? For what reason do I need to look for a reason to hold judgment against another, if I am not yet freed from judging myself? And, for what reason do I question and or not question my sense of identity? The underlying response to these questions are a paramount key to fully comprehending the seasons of change that takes place within the mind of a mortal-minded thinker. Before going any further, it is important to understand what a mortal-minded thinker is. Therefore, we will cover this now. A mortal-minded thinker is an individual who by way of thought, word, deed, and/or action subconsciously chooses to maintain a belief structure that is complementary to self-limitational belief-systems/paradigms. This is, and will most often be seen within specific philosophically based religions that teach the person to negate One’s self, that some external source may be acknowledged, worshipped, anthropomorhpicated, deified and/or praised. If one can be convinced that the greater power, source, and/or deity dwells outside of One’s self, then instantly within that person is created the subconscious attachment to the manifested suffering of realizing the seeming reality in believing in separation. This paradoxically causes a great conundrum, wherein the person strives to draw closer to that which is subconsciously perceived to be outside of their self, that which by the very infrastructure of their own preconditioned belief…requires them to believe can never actually happen. From this, sadness, grief, animosity, regret, resentment, anger, frustration, belittlements, and even self-loathing is born within their own consciousness…and soon becomes for them an actual reality made manifest within what they “think-to-experience” daily. Subsequently, for the wayward traveler of the Occultic paths, the goal worth pursuing is to unlearn the preconditioned paradigms of mortal-minded thinking, and recondition One’s self with the opposite: “Immortal-minded Knowing”. The integral ingenuity of the Sub-conscious mind is as gifted with the ability to create, as it is to destroy. What though, is it creating, and/or destroying? The answer is, it creates your reality and immediate experiences that take on multi-directional manifestations, known as destiny. What it destroys, is anything that counteracts the preconditioned parameters of its own belief system. The results of this are an individual thinking one thing, and seeing the manifested results of another line-of-thought-production. This does not mean that what they are thinking is incorrect and/or ineffective for what they may want to achieve and/or gain. Rather, it means that what they are aiming for by means of direct thought, from their own conscious-mind is being countered by the thoughts of their own sub-conscious mind. Therefore, the conclusion of a mortal-minded thinker is that if it canst be empirically witnessed by the conscious mind, then it does not exist.
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im so sorry, but long blogs, edit, pleasesleep sleep sleep sleep sleep
rolling on the floor laughing

WOW! I was thinking the same thing ben!
Interesting..but so lot to think.I have a headache..I need power for other blogs..

Professional my friend!wine
"This is, and will most often be seen within specific philosophically based religions that teach the person to negate One’s self, that some external source may be acknowledged, worshipped, anthropomorhpicated, deified and/or praised"!

That to me that part of your expressed thought process is completely ludicrous.
Its my understanding the purpose of investigating the true nature of self is to determine in what way we actually do or do-not exist.

To believe that the "I" exists from its own side is to my mind merely another delusion. It is the process that causes us to hold solid what is not solid. The delusion that causes us to harshly judge others, and indeed the root-cause of our sufferings.
Contemplation on Emptiness leads us to better more healthy understanding of our true nature. (moving energy)
To propose studying Emptiness is a prelude to worship other beings, or gods, is a ludicrous notion.
"This is, and will most often be seen within specific philosophically based religions that teach the person to negate One’s self, that some external source may be acknowledged, worshipped, anthropomorhpicated, deified and/or praised"!

That to me that part of your expressed thought process is completely ludicrous.
Its my understanding the purpose of investigating the true nature of self is to determine in what way we actually do or do-not exist.

To believe that the "I" exists from its own side is to my mind merely another delusion. It is the process that causes us to hold solid what is not solid. The delusion that causes us to harshly judge others, and indeed the root-cause of our sufferings.
Contemplation on Emptiness leads us to better more healthy understanding of our true nature. (moving energy)
To propose studying Emptiness is a prelude to worship other beings, or gods, is a ludicrous notion.
Mr. Zoharstrius. You got my interest until I became overwhelmed in the water. doh But interesting screen name for positing a philosophical dance. Any takers? dunno
...no interest in 'trolling comments'.
I dont have a great vocabulary so it took a couple of reads through this, but I understand exactly where you're coming from and what you mean.
It appears that some peoples sole purpose in life is to make comments not friends. If I dont understand something or it just doesnt interest me I move on.
But then my sole purpose is for the betterment of my soul.
Thank You ~Chakra4th~ for the positive feedback.
robplum, what you wrote testifies to your own misunderstanding of what I wrote here. If there is a distinct difference in terminologies being used or confusion over a word that may have multiple meanings is one thing: and worthy of clarification. However, when you espouse to alarmingly insinuate me to say something I never did is a perfect example of misrepresentation, and is foolish at best. I do not mind constructive critique, yet when you just make up something based upon your delusional thinking and/or analysis…this is quite disturbing. An example of this is when you stated: “To propose studying Emptiness is a prelude to worship other beings, or gods, is a ludicrous notion.” Must I bring to your attention robplum, that there is not one place within the whole of my writ that suggests and/or insinuates the studying of emptiness as being a prelude to anything: Perhaps you are dyslexic(?)
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