M01.40. Basics
Fourth Continuation of Front Page.

The meditational exercises in S01 to S08 are needed to make this section work. If things get too heavy, go back to S01 and work forward again. The information here may be in other parts of the site. See Index..

Let intuition be your guide.
The greater the psycho, the greater is their need for loyalty, and betrayal is a complete anathema.

Table of contents -

Akasha and the Four elements

Psychological Targets and other Rubbish.

Levels of Remote Viewing and Telepathy.

The Rules of Remote Viewing.

Nirvana.
Nirvana may be described Total Sub-conscious Control of the Sub-conscious Brain. In M01. Tables of Emotion for the Brain.., we have tried to make a scale of sub-conscious emotions and abilities and it does not work. If however we attribute each emotion and its associate emotions plus psychic and other abilities, each to a separate part of the sub-conscious brain, then things start to make sense. Items include Responsibility, Control, Choice of Identities, God, Telepathy, Healing, Remote Viewing, and Psychic Abilities.

Thus we get a network of sub-conscious abilities and emotions, which need to be in balance with the Ego or conscious mind. Some sub-conscious emotions are more important than others like Responsibility, and some can be very dubious like Slavery. Thus Nirvana describes a balance to suit one's environment, and may or may not be part of the brain itself. Nirvana needs training. Mental health problems become symptoms of severe imbalance.

Classifications of Thought.
Looking into thought, we have come up with the following provisional classifications -

Restore the Archetypes and Archetypal Gods.
The archetypes are a natural product of one's DNA and unconscious brain. Natural Gods are built upon their framework. They are best cleared down of all acquired rubbish.

Let the Ego (higher brain) rule the Sub-conscious (reptilian brain).

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© Edmund Meadows, October 2020, Archived by the British Libraries on www.webarchive.org.uk/ukwa.