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Animated & Emotionalized Thoughts

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Animated & Emotionalized Thoughts Are Unreal Thoughts

  • Ego will help you to recognize, remove, and replace your ego: a.k.a. self-esteem.

“The cause of all sins in every case lies in the person’s excessive love of self.” —Plato, Laws


Animated & Emotionalized Thoughts Are Explored

Doing Defined

  • Doing is more than action.
  • “Doing” includes intent or motivation.
  • Doing is the performance of an action with a goal or a purpose.
  • It might look like the hammer pounded the nail, but the hammer was only a vehicle for doing.

Doing Interpreted

  • Doing is interpreted and thought to exist based upon different forms of evidence or experience.
  • Most agree that movement indicates doing and in many cases also life. However, movement is not sufficient evidence for life.
  • Most falsely believe that sentience indicates not just life but also doing.
  • Most falsely consider talking inside (self-talk) or outside the mind (with others) to be a form of doing.
  • Most falsely consider talking to talking inside the mind (self-talk to itself) to be a form of doing.
  • Most falsely believe that if you are like others in a similar space and time now or in the past that then you are probably doing something if they are or were doing something.
  • Belief in doing can occupy a space with inhabitants in time, but this is a fantasy that exists only in the imagination.

Emotional Defined

  • Emotion is active, animated, or energized sensations.
  • Emotion or feeling is an interpretation of sensations as energies.
  • The interpretation is that the sensations indicate positive, neutral, or negative energies.
  • We mainly care about these energies when they are about us, those we identify with, or those we work against.
  • Positive energies are usually sought, negative usually fought, and neutral usually ignored or tolerated.
  • Emotions and feelings direct survival instincts, intentions, motivations, goals, and common physical responses and reactions.

Sensations Defined

  • Sensations are not forms.
  • Sensations are not pure energy.
  • Sensations exist in-between form and energy.
  • Sensations can be experienced but not described.
  • When your hand touches a hot stove then you have sensations of heat. You might then say, “That burns,” but no one else will have your sensations or even an accurate description of them.
  • Sensations are experience. Thoughts, names, and words are not experience.
  • All reliable experience is of sensations, not thoughts.

Thoughts Are Neutral

  • Naturally occurring thoughts, or thoughts that are not affected by other processes, are neutral.
  • A cynical or negative interpretation of neutral is as apathy or lethargy.
  • A positive interpretation of neutral is as objective or rational.
  • An emotional interpretation of neutral is as acceptance.
  • Neutral can also be considered as uncaring, unconcerned, uninvolved, or uninterested.
  • Neutral can also be considered as detached or distanced.
  • Thoughts are of two basic kinds: thoughts that name objects or forms and thoughts that name sensations.
  • Naming forms and objects come before naming sensations or it is backward.
  • Female thoughts name forms and male thoughts name sensations.

Thoughts & Their Contents Are Naturally Static

  • Thoughts are static containers.
  • The contents of thought containers are static.
  • Both the thoughts and their contents are static or still.
  • If thoughts or their contents are not static, then those thoughts are animated or emotionalized.

Thoughts Are Not Naturally Animate or Emotional

  • Thoughts are not naturally animate or active.
  • Thought is naturally static or still.
  • Thoughts are not naturally emotional or moved by feelings.
  • Thought is naturally dull and empty.
  • Think of the true nature of thoughts as containers, placeholders, or variables, not entities.

Animated Thoughts

  • How are thoughts animated?
  • To animate a thought, you give heart energy to thoughts about forms or objects.
  • When you imbue thoughts (that are names for some objects of experience) with life force, then they become animated.
  • Thoughts filled with life force appear as objects, spirits, or life forms inside our minds and bodies.
  • Animated thoughts have direction, motion, a vector, and are often enlarged.
  • Technically, it is not the thoughts themselves that are animated but only their contents.

Emotionalized Thoughts

  • How are thoughts emotionalized?
  • To emotionalize a thought, you give some your heart energy to thoughts about sensations.
  • When you imbue thoughts (that are names for sensations of experience) with life force, then they become emotionalized thoughts.
  • Sensations of experience are generally neutral unless survival issues are involved.
  • Once sensations are filled with energy, they will be emotionally positive, neutral, or negative.
  • Neutral emotions are universal and typically not regarded as emotional despite being emotional.
  • Technically, it is not the thoughts themselves that are emotionalized but only their contents.

How Is Energy Transferred to Thoughts

  • Energy can be transferred to thoughts to either animate or emotionalize thoughts.
  • Energy is transferred by identifying with the thought.
  • Your identity receives energy from your heart.
  • Thoughts about sensations can be emotionalized.
  • Thoughts about names and forms can be animated.

Virtual World As Actual World

  • Animating and emotionalizing thoughts creates a virtual world that is imposed over the physical world as if it was the accurate version of reality.
  • Animated and emotional thoughts represent both the physical and social worlds.
  • These animated and emotional thoughts come to be regarded as that world which they are about and only poorly represent.

Virtual Self As Actual Self

  • Animating and emotionalizing thoughts creates a virtual world that is imposed over the self as if it was the accurate version of the self.
  • Animated and emotional thoughts represent both the physical and social worlds of the self.
  • These animated and emotional thoughts come to be regarded as that self which they are about and only poorly represent.

Interactional Animated & Emotional Thoughts

  • Animated thoughts come before emotionalized thoughts.
  • Thoughts that have become animated have contact and interactions with other animated thoughts.
  • These contacts and interactions are made using emotionalized thoughts.
  • An animated thought will claim another animated thought is like some emotionalized thought or causing some emotionalized thought.
  • Emotionalized thoughts feed and cause animated thoughts to continue by giving the animated thoughts an excuse to continue talking.

Ego & Self-Esteem Are Animated & Emotionalized Thoughts

  • Ego and self-esteem are composed of animated and emotionalized thoughts.
  • Starve animated and emotionalized thoughts to reduce your ego and self-esteem slavery.

Animated & Emotional Thoughts Feeding

  • Animated thoughts are fed by repetition.
  • Emotionalized thoughts are fed by their own sensations.
  • Emotionalized thoughts are the snake eating its own tail.
  • Emotionalized thoughts send out their sensations to animated thoughts only to get them back: boomerang.

Various Notes on Animated & Emotional Thoughts

  • “I see what you are saying,” is how animated and emotional thoughts interact. It is backward. Instead, name what you are seeing.
  • Animated thoughts (name, term, label thoughts) cannot accept sensations from emotional thoughts.
  • Sensations going to name is backward. Animated or name thoughts should go to sensations.
  • Animated and emotionalized thoughts seek to continue, and they will say whatever it takes to keep going.
  • Thoughts are containers or hosts and when they are given energy that energy goes to what they host.
  • Giving energy to thoughts that name forms will produce animated forms.
  • Giving energy to thoughts that name sensations will produce emotionalized sensations or sensations that are active.
  • Animated and emotionalized thoughts pretend to be a part of the solution but they are the problem.
  • Animated and emotionalized thoughts pretend to be serving the good but they only serve evil (death, darkness, destruction).
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