Paradoxes and Ascension: Serial 1 – Renaissance People and Paradoxes

To many, ascension is about the awakening of the masses and sustainable living. What is mostly forgotten is that ascension is about solving paradoxes we observe in our daily lives. Some paradoxes are humorous. As part of the process of solving paradoxes, you become a Renaissance Person. We are also here to find the basic connections between fields of knowledge.

Amnesia

Due to the veil of forgetfulness/illusion or amnesia and how we were nurtured by our social environment, we are born curious and inquisitive. This is a key part of the experiences in this planet.

Amnesia is the ego itself, so can be called the software form of ego. Amnesia works hand in hand with the limitations of the human body (hardware ego), e.g., linear and sequential thinking. The structure of human memory plays a key role in the experiences (the game of life) of this planet.

Free will is simply divine will but with the veil of illusion/forgetfulness added to the mix. Natural and optimized cycles are divine will. When we integrate knowledge in an upward spiral from multiple fields of study, our distorted interpretations of All-that-is can be drastically reduced. We need to do the missions that our soul has prescribed to us. It is also a journey across incarnations.

Nature of paradoxes

When you think deeply about connecting fields of knowledge, it is very natural to come across paradoxes. Paradoxes are two clashing reasonable ideas or conclusions . Paradoxes can cause confusion, but confusion has to be handled in a constructive way by not reverting to obsolete thinking (preconceptions) as discussed in Serial 4 of Analytical Skills Can Unlock Your Hidden Potential.

So paradoxes can be solved, when there is a will there is a way. Due to the rich vocabulary of some world languages, we often don’t notice we are solving paradoxes (semantics). All you need are lots of knowledge, abstract thinking and introspection, which can be strenuous. No need to worry because the most vexing question will stimulate light language that puts the puzzle pieces together. The very notion of prerequisites is very close to the idea of paths and how puzzle pieces fit together.

Strictly speaking light language, can be referred to as crystal language. Also, sacred geometry symbolizes optimization and without sacred geometry, we won’t be attracted to crystals.

Renaissance people

They are very knowledgeable people that have transcended compartmentalized thinking by solving key paradoxes. Being a renaissance person is easier than you think, you just have to be willing (power of choice) to try out new perspectives and shed the old one. It is a natural condition to recognizing and remembering the infinite creator being in you. It is the mark of mastery.

Moreover, they can bridge different fields of knowledge through analogies. Some of those analogies have to be familiar to most, so the more the analogy applies to daily life and the tools we use every day, the more effective those analogies will be.

Mostly the basic to intermediate levels of the field of knowledge are enough, because some details responsible for ivory towers may not be necessary and cause blockages (N-sets) to integrating the fields of knowledge. The knowledge acquired should be enough to enable zooming in and out of the Big Picture of Love. How do you know the knowledge is enough? Your higher self can give an idea.

Though one has to be in the appropriate emotion to find how fields of study are related. Emotions are needed to help stimulate how the pieces of the puzzle fit, stripping amnesia bit by bit. Also, emotions drive curiosity. It gives the state of flow. Isn’t it a dream of most lightworkers to be become a Renaissance Person?

When you have been doing the same thing repeatedly, but you know deep in your heart (emotions) there a more effective solution waiting to be discovered. This just like using the dead ends at puzzles in a positive way.

Multiple perspectives are key to connecting fields of knowledge

Renaissance people cover a wide range of topics. To give examples, those topics include how economics is related science, technology, philosophy and the basic ways of living. They also include how faulty concepts create cognitive dead ends: money, scarcity or vacuum. A cognitive dead end is a sign that there is disconnection in the field of knowledge, as we can observe in how academia deals with knowledge today. It is part of the veil of illusion.

Academia today is stuck with the idea that the fields of knowledge can never be integrated. to make them connect, they have to find an epistemological foundation to their ideas, this means looking at many other perspectives.

As we can see, this is how the Science of Imagery is working for them, because they cannot find a way, or reject a way due to their preconceptions. The Science of Imagery principle works not only about how your thoughts will manifest, also about finding more effective ways (choices) to deal with a problem.

The more we look at things from multiple perspectives, the more likely we will solve paradoxes, that means the more likely we will integrate knowledge. Those perspectives have to be from other fields, e.g., economics from a physics/engineering point of view and biology from a quantum physics point of view.

Clearly, solving the most difficult paradoxes is not for the faint hearted, because it can bring down the current social environment in a single stroke, due to layered habits that need to be dealt with. Since thinking is hierarchical, paradoxes can be hierarchical. The Science of Imagery too depends on participation of the collective. Layered habits will be discussed at the last part of Serial 2 of this book.

Solving paradoxes is one key condition for ascension, furthermore, is important for recognizing the fundamental pattern of creation (The Axiomatics of the Universal Law). Since it is about finding the pattern of the reality we live in, it requires looking at same topic from multiple perspectives. It is about remembering: What makes this reality tick?

Life experiences stimulate integrating knowledge

A good complement to knowledge integration is that you have to pass some temporary experiences in life to progress through spiritual evolution. This is natural. Life experiences can involve not just reading a book, but all our body senses. Besides that, it involves the behavior of the surrounding people and the application of tools and technology. It is all about feeling something.

One may have to pass through the intensive LBP. This is about the various fields of human knowledge from a multidimensional point of view. Old souls reaching the end of the incarnation cycle are at a better position to solve paradoxes. Those old souls have a good curiosity to break through the veil of forgetfulness (amnesia), making them more likely to solve paradoxes and become Renaissance people.

That means all lightworkers. The sad part is some are not using that curiosity well because they overlooked some choices that can unlock their full potential.

Also, solving paradoxes can help you transcend the pain and pleasure centers. This is when drama no longer bothers you. The pain and pleasure centers is why duality is embedded in human thinking. To transcend duality, it is best to look at the big picture. This can allow a neutral point of view.

The upward spiral (process) of solving paradoxes

To the explain how the parts interact (zooming in), you need to use the whole (infinity, zooming out) as a reference point of view. The whole can be the big picture or higher perspective. So you need the other 95% of the big picture of love to adequately explain the whole (dialectics).

It is an upward spiral of enhancement and refinements throughout all your incarnations to be more aware of the big picture. It is the general process of enlightenment:

1. You use what knowledge you have of the whole to explain the parts.

2. You find that have synthesized new insights by analyzing (tinkering) the parts in light of the best knowledge you have of the whole. Analyzing the parts stimulates questions, thus stimulating analytical skills. You might even consult libraries and websites. You might take some roles in past lives (multidimensionality) to explain the parts.

3. You use your improved knowledge of the parts to explain the whole.

4. Rinse and repeat.

Also you can reach the same conclusion as another like-minded person, but using different paths, and having the explored the mostly same places. It is just like your friend explored a whole city, say Singapore, but used different roads and different itinerary (sequences) of places to go that best suited her pace. This is why scientific journals can be peer-reviewed.

The power of choice is integral to the process

The problem with both agnostics and some light workers is that they are using their compartmentalized, lower perspectives as a reference point (the small 5%) to explain the whole. This engenders a vicious circle in their thinking and causes them to sadly contradict their logic in their arguments.

You can integrate knowledge and solve paradoxes by knowing fully well from various perspectives and past life roles how the parts interact. This is why we need to gain knowledge remember experiences across the various incarnations to cut through the veil of forgetfulness or illusion.

This is why they can be called blanket statements. Statements like “love and light” and “ultimately there is no duality” do not give an idea of how much you know about the parts. Same for the academic ivory towers and fluffy esoteric mumbo-jumbo. Weak arguments with a strong conclusion (blanket statements) do not work.

Elaborating (via self reflection) can give a thorough conclusion, this where strenuous thinking begins. Language of silence is expressed via self reflection. This can be the most powerful form of meditation. Can meditation can be expressed via strenuous thinking? We are already meditating when we write our comments in the forums or in a journal.

So you cannot use the compartmentalized thinking and fragmented knowledge of the parts to adequately conclude how the whole (infinity) works. Neither can you escape strenuous thinking by repeating one-liners and blanket statements. This is the not-so-bright side of free will, when you rest in your laurels (staying in the comfort zone). Free will is also about taking the uncomfortable path, or you stay stagnant or decelerate your progress.

Another way to escape is to follow gadget trends or even take psychedelic drugs like LSD and weed. Experiencing the glory of psychedelic drugs is the first step. The next step is possibly strenuous self reflection: How can I fully integrate it with my older knowledge? (this might mean reflecting on what happened five years ago in a new light).

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