Information Mining: How do you know what to believe?


There is a LOT of information out there on the Net.

There is a LOT of information out there in books.

There is a LOT of information out there as common knowledge, there is a LOT of information out there in many forms and many shapes. Information is light, it is data that is implicit in every aspect of perception and of creation. Information underlies all facets of the world of our senses. There is mathematical information, there is musical information, there is visual information, there is kinetic, aural and information that suffuses the Multiverse in energetic spectra that cannot be sensed with the normative 5 human senses.

All of this information is available to us depending upon our level of integration. Each level of information informs the next level, i.e. using the 5 senses to explore our world increases our understanding of our surroundings and allows us to navigate successfully through our lives. Using books to augment our sensual experience of the world informs us in regards to more rarefied topical areas of perception, philosophy, the underlying building blocks of the living world, science and the structure of thought, soul and the perfection of spirit.

Beyond the mundane methods of infomatic immersion there lies the undiscovered country of non-sensate understanding, wherein the neural net produced by a lifetime of learning utilizing all available material methods cascades and fires, creating synaptic connections in the brain that facilitate lateral thinking and flights of intuition. The thought processes and conclusions gained through this type of knowing are considered genius but are only indicators of a process that is the inevitable conclusion of a tripartite evolution of mind, body and soul.

On the surface, the expression of this inner knowing looks like guessing but is instead a complex process of Infomatic Holism, whereby conclusions are reached through seemingly supernatural means. In a sense, that is so. It is supernatural. It is the accumulation of knowledge and experience that transcends lifetimes. It is brought about by a release of sorts. A letting go of mental and spiritual strictures that form in relation to the Rings of Reality and lifetime encoding by individuals, institutions and societies.

No matter what level of understanding an individual currently possesses, it is always possible to deepen that knowing through individual effort. In order to parse through the masses of information out there the discerning student must constantly interrogate knowledge through an internal filter that includes all experiential knowledge gleaned during a lifetime of immersion within the world. Intuition, bodily response, logical mental processes. These tools must be utilized simultaneously and information does not pass muster on all three fronts, it is deserving of further interrogative examination.

While the process of learning is a gradual one and the amount of knowledge out there far surpasses the human capacity for direct knowing, the context of our lives determines our foci and multiversal causation brings what we need to know to us by various means incomprehensible to the logical thinking mechanism alone. All the while, the process of mental and emotional release removes blockages to information-mining and allows the mind to expand to encompass the required realms of knowledge necessary to effect soul-growth within an individual and the collective human family.

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  1. “All the while, the process of mental and emotional release removes blockages to information-mining and allows the mind to expand to encompass the required realms of knowledge necessary to effect soul-growth within an individual and the collective human family.” It’s absolutely critical. I am not a scientific mind but I know that “knowing” comes from a different place than thought and does transcend this body, this lifetime. Quite how it gets wired into the body organism, I don’t know but removing the blocks gives us access to the “knowing” and we can then learn to discern from the knowing and the thinking mind’s thoughts and to be able to use either when appropriate. They both have their uses.

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