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How is clarity so important?

Everyone begins totally clear. However, eventually
other people program us with presumptions that become
expectations. By adulthood, most people have
internalized so many habitual presumptions that those
adults are easily overwhelmed in to frustration. They
basically “short-circuit.”

How is that important? Once frustration is continuous,
then the more stimulated we get, the more disoriented
we get. Frustration is a signal of exhaustion and
confusion. We can get exhausted by wasting energy
because of presumptions that simply do not fit with
reality. (Confusion is when we mistake one thing for
something else, which always involves at least one
unexamined presumption.)

An example from “science:”

Habitual presumptions are presumptions that we have
never actually tested. As an example, imagine that some
researchers measure the amount of white blood cells of
two groups of people: some healthy and some sick. All
of the sick people have higher levels of white blood
cells. So, the researchers conclude that high levels of
white blood cells cause illness.

Soon, lobbyists get public schools to add that
conclusion to the curriculum. Teachers are trained to
program the students to blindly repeat the approved
answers (to get social validation and avoid social
humiliation). Lots of mass media shows argue about the
best ways to reduce white blood cell levels to improve
health. The underlying presumption is never questioned
(of whether higher levels of white blood cells cause
illness- whether always or occasionally).

Then, someone (who has been programmed for decades to
fear high levels of white blood cells) finds out that
their white blood cell levels are 6% higher than the
last time they were tested. They panic. They
hysterically seek out methods to reduce the body’s
ability to produce white blood cells.

If they believe that bone marrow is important to the
making of white blood cells, then they want to know how
to attack the bone marrow. Or, maybe take drugs to they
attack the spleen or the thymus gland (which make
specific kinds of white blood cells).

The fact that there are different kinds of white blood
cells may be ignored. In fact, all blood cells (white
or red) may be demonized in a hysterical paranoia of

Why is it delusional to attack the organs that produce
white blood cells? Because white blood cells do not
cause illness. The amount of white blood cells will
rise in response to illness (at least in the case of a
healthy person whose bodily functioning has not been
compromised by medication).

However, the example that you just read is not a real
example of a common misconception. It is very close to
a common misconception though.

Do you know why people take statin drugs? It is to
attack the liver and impair the production of an
essential nutrient.

Do statin drugs actually impair the fubnction of the
liver? It can be tested. Does reducing the liver’s
production of an essential nutrient actually improve
health? That can also be tested. However, what if there
is no actual scientific controversy about whether high
cholesterol levels cause illness? If cholesterol
production rises in response to illness, again that
could be tested, right?

But why read any credible research if one has been
intensely indoctrinated to presume that cholesterol is
poisonous? To dare to scientifically investigate common
mainstream presumptions about science can unleash
terror in some people. What if other common
presumptions are notably imprecise or even entirely

By adulthood, many people have been so indoctrinated
with unsupported presumptions that they are terrified
of anyone noticing their confusion. They attempt to
hide their confusion in order to avoid social
criticism. They are constantly vulnerable to anxiety
and panic (even though they can usually avoid attention
to their confusion).

Maybe they attempt to distract from their confusion by
condemning something. Maybe they condemn any
researchers who state that white blood cells and
cholesterol are not poisons. However, if they are too
threatened by a topic to even mention it at all, then
instead they will find other justifications for

They look for instances in which their sacred
expectations do not match with observed reality. Then,
they arrogantly trumpet their expectations and condemn
reality. Instead of refining or discarding expectations
that clearly do not match reality, they condemn some
aspect of reality. The whole process is hysterical (a
delusional panic).

By the way, you may have observed this in other people
more than you have noticed it in yourself, but noticing
the reflexive habit of condemnation in yourself is far
more relevant and helpful. If you condemn others for
hysterically condemning realities that do not match
their expectations, is that because you have been
holding a naive expectation about them actually that
did not fit reality? If you are condemning distant
groups (or even dead people), that is not to rebuke or
discipline them. That would be to distract from your
embarrassment at having a similar habit.
When someone gets exhausted with attempting to maintain
a pretense of precision, that is called frustration.
Other people cannot frustrate you unless you have been
pretending that they are a particular way (which you
actually already knew does not fit them). What is
frustrated is the motive to maintain the pretense of

Why maintain that pretense? To avoid certain kinds of
social attention. If you prefer to promote a false
perception by others of you being more capable than you
are, then you are vulnerable to any possible threats to
revealing your actual level of competence.

Back to the example of someone who has been
indoctrinated to relate to white blood cells as
poisonous, how do they respond to a perceived threat to
their unexamined presumption? Do they politely indicate
a lack of interest in the subject? Do they erupt in to
a rage and fixate on irrelevant details in order to
distract themselves from their own lack of competence?
Do they display belligerence? Do they display humility?
Do they display an authentic, calm confidence… or
sheer terror?

If someone is devoting huge amounts of energy to ridiculing a particular perceived threat, how does that effect their ability to learn? While they are fixated on saving the world from any realities that do not fit their sacred expectations, how does that effect their clarity about their own motivations and what outcomes would actually fulfill them? If they successfully produce outcomes that they soon find unsatisfying, that could be a sign that they were following social programming rather than their own internal “compass.”

What do I mean by “internal compass?” A big part of it is emotions. For instance, if you say that you do not care about something, but keep bringing up that subject, then maybe you have powerful emotions connected to the subject (and you may even know that you have “conflicting emotions” about it). Also, if it is intensely irritating to you whenever someone else brings up a particular subject, again that is an emotional response.

One of the biggest sources of strong repulsion is strong attraction. Here is how that works: someone feels very attracted to something, but is scared of social criticism if they admit their attraction. So, they need to manifest an equal amount of repulsion in order to keep themselves from being distracted (disturbed) by that powerfully attractive subject. They generate a secondary repulsion to balance the primary attraction. If the attraction eventually increases, then the repulsion must either be increased or else the magnetic power will produce a shift in focus.

New clarity can result. Powerful motivations can be recognized. New patterns of activity can be investigated and then practiced. New results can be obtained- even breakthrough results.

Instead of investing energy in avoiding their most powerful motivations, people can relax their chronic tensions and then suddenly have more energy. It is like the parking brake on a car. Driving with the parking brake engaged is very inefficient. Speed will be reduced. What if you could unlock your own emotional “parking brake?”

It is an attractive idea, right? However, if someone disengages a parking brake, then they need to adjust how hard they press on the gas pedal, right?

It can be very helpful to have someone else assist you in finding emotional blocks, releasing them in an orderly and comfortable way, and then helping you reduce your habitual intensity. When old blockages are removed, then slight increases in pressure may be sufficient. You may benefit most from someone helping you to review your habitual patterns of activity (which were probably adapted for avoiding stress rather than resolving stress).

Before you release a lot of energy, you may value improved clarity first. After clarity, then more precise recognition of motivations, the next step is adjusting to your increase in power. You can suddenly exert less effort and yet get much better results.

There is much more that you will learn soon. For now, you can either get inspired by actual outcomes that we have produced for others already… or discover exactly how our programs will work for you to unlock your clarity, motivation, & breakthroughs.

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