Your Inference Experience Library (part 2)

Continued from previous entry

Receiving several different reactions from the previous entry I am finally able to sit down and write out the next section. Which is, in my mind, the most exciting of this process. No this is not some spiritual jumble of wits, only a sense based argument on our sub-conscious thought process.

As fore stated, everything we experience in some way impacts our (as I’ve titled it) inference experience library. From knowledge we ingest or derive to physical actions we take. Of these experiences there are two types, constructive and destructive, that intermingle because of the root of a decision that we make which ends up classifying it. With everything we experience we, mostly subconsciously, decide either to accredit that information as truthful or as the inverse. That decision is based on previous information on the pertaining subject, if someone were very intelligent it would be logical to believe what intellectual details they tell you, but then not believe him or her on something outside their perceived area of expertise.

When we receive constructive information it is given/received in alignment (if we trust someone to be accurate and they are, or if we believe them not to be and they aren’t). Both cases will result in a positive effect on our Library. Allowing us a further developed ability to infer correctly and constructively. However, when we hear something that is misaligned, believed truth but stands inaccurate or vise-versa, it becomes destructive. While unavoidable, as our subconscious tells us to believe or not, it is possible to mold and enhance our ability to correctly align information based on misaligned decisions in the past that we are aware of.

With the understanding of constructive/destructive experiences we are allowed to move on to the next end, the experiences themselves. A ready understanding that everything we experience, and to the same end don’t, will impact our library we hold a certain power. This understanding of that impact allows us to make conscious decisions that will impact our Library in the direction we wish to pursue. Upon self-deliberation we can arrive at a vision of our person and this can allow us to form that future. We are able to, when conscious of it, decide upon which experiences to have and avoid. Through conscious, and only conscious, decisions can we guide our experiences that will in turn guide us as a person.

A person who’s conscious and subconscious thoughts are both in alignment (not thinking you are someone and subconsciously being different, rather becoming purely who you wish to be) and have evolved into what and whom it is the person has desired and set their experiences up to become. While not all experiences are pre-decidable, and some are unavoidable, we can take strides towards becoming who we wish to be through those experiences. In essence we can define the way we think by deciding how we want to think and acting upon that information.

There is however one point in this subject left to discuss, that is the discovery of previous destructive experiences. At the time we will hold information in misalignment, though this arises a problem if we should realize our mistake and attempt to correct it. Even though it is discovered inaccurate there things that must happen. The re-evaluation of all prior experiences from the misaligned source (checking through similar experiences for recently discovered discrepancies), and making a decision upon the best course of action to correct subconscious thoughts over time. Not to mention all the situations in which we drew from that information to formulate decisions on other experiences. The process of correction would be much like the one mentioned above but depending on the time since the initial subconscious decision, it could be quite a lengthy process.

take care and God bless,
~paul prins