Local Intelligence Believes in Cures
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#545 Sep 15, 1989 – 1:17
Notes by TK
Kyroot to :03.
Expansion of local-brain vs. universal-brain. The universal conditions in effect foster the possessing of a car equally with thieves that steal same. Local intelligence sees connections between these and believes cures are to be effected by severing such connections, i.e., take crime out of technology. Local intelligence = selection.
The NS/nervous system is like a concentric antenna, at the center no matter which direction it faces. The RE/Real Explorer must expand the antenna to omnidirectional, thereby becoming invisible to others, and thus, having no opinions he can reconnoiter without being seen. The distinction between mere knowledge vs. wisdom: wisdom is the ability to look beyond oneself into the depths of Life itself.
Expansion of local reality being the basis of all human problems: there is nothing wrong with SL/secondary level, local activities—problems—but they can be done without; all SL activity can be shed, literally. All that’s required is physical removal to isolation (e.g., row a boat out to sea). The knowledge of this continuing, ever-present possibility is a secret weapon…that you could do so (not should), could abandon civilization.
1:12 end public tape
For NP task – everybody needs a willfully selected, useless secret. E.g., hide something, some practice or knowledge that you have from everybody. Don’t ever let anybody know what you are—this is the best secret
And Kyroot Said…
The triumph of the pen over the sword may be just a
metaphor, but on one planet, metaphors triumph over reality.
If they’re right that “talk is cheap,” then I’ll tell you
this — it shouldn’t be.
If you’re going to stoop low enough to accept an award, at
least be sure it’s a “prestigious award.”
When in doubt, pour on the adjectives.
A man on a ladder has no problems.
One thing about belief systems — they’re all user-hungry.
Over on this other planet they found a guy who told his own
nervous system, “Listen, if you’re gonna get mad, do it fast and
do it hard, then, even faster — forget it.”
One chap’s advice is, if you’re going to repeat yourself, at
least act like you didn’t notice.
In this other area I once visited, what is said about art is
of no significance, and what is said about music is of very
little. What is said about all other subjects falls somewhere
Traveled through this one spot where they weren’t allowed to
say, “The more you buy, the more you save,” but one guy wasn’t
satisfied and wanted them to prohibit people from believing it.
Why put up with people you gotta “put up with?”
There’s not much an out-going ruler can do for you, and
little an in-coming one wants to.
One voice said, “Hey, we don’t have to take this.” And
another replied, “Yes we do.” And the first one said, “Hey, you
don’t count, you’re the same voice.”
The rallying cry of this one planet was, “We don’t need no
Ah, don’t worry, you can read about it later.
It’s said there’s this one fellow who finally turned on the
past with a vengeance.
On that curious looking planet over there, what people think
they said is what they actually said.
“It’s pretty complicated in here.” “It’s pretty complicated
out here.” “Wanna swap places?” “Would it help?” “If I knew
that, I wouldn’t be in here.”
One guy said how good he felt having an insurance policy,
and a second noted that the company was out of business and that
the policy was probably invalid. “No matter,” replied the first.
“I still feel better having it.”
Every map is now out of date.