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Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

June 6, 2017

Parental Musings

The most common thing I observe with parental behaviour is the persistence to continually try to manipulate their children into ‘doing’, what they think they should be ‘doing’.

Stop for a moment and consider the word ‘doing‘.

The common underlying word pattern nested below the behavioural pattern goes something like; ‘if you don’t do this, then I will do that‘.

I’m asking myself the question here as I sit watching my son do swimming lessons;

what if we treated our kids like intelligent beings, and we were just more patient?

Let me dig deeper, if I may. Several kids were waiting to swim listening to the instructor give some pre-swimming instructions.

One of the kids jumped up quickly and crowed like a chicken.. or perhaps a frog. I thought; ‘what is he doing?’.. which is besides point .. right? Or is it…

The kid sat down in an instant and continued to listen.

From across the room the Father said; ‘if you don’t sit down, I’ll take you home‘.

Of course the Father has probably said that many times and the reality is… he is not going to take him home, he knows… the little boy sure as hell knows it!

This pattern or rather reactive pattern, is one of the most preponderant patterns I’ve observed with parents. It often is the most justified making it deeply reactive and deeply hard to overcome.

Parents; assume a position of desirelessness, to be or not to be, focus on the word patterns, then  choose without resistance to do what you want to do without reaction, condition, or direction, which of course encompasses not doing what we want to do, which then leads us to have or not have our desired outcome.

Focus on why we are reactive and seek to purify rather than justify ourselves.

Spiritual advancement, or the growth of intelligence doesn’t happen in some far away place, away from family and friends  – it is an archetypal metaphysical polymorphism right in the moment.

It happens on the coal face right in everyday life, we just need to be willing to see it.

So the question is; what happens if we are more patient and what happens when we choose to become more intelligent.. and what happens when we are more patient, rather than reactive is listening and encouraging or kids, rather than trying to manipuate and control them.

My guess, is treating them more intelligently, makes them so.

enjoy..

RGQH – Wagin Protocol

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Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry Holt

October 11, 2015

Motivation & Duality

Our motivations quite literally determine the structure of matter around us. It shapes our desires, dualities, and then subsequently our emotions, which then resonate with our environment and physical body.

The phrase, look at your motivations, I think is far more reaching then each of us realise. If we properly understood our motivations we would be able to unlock the memories connected by association to our bodies’ and regenerate ourselves…

How does this relate to… The law of right action and doing the right thing for the wrong reason?(1)

Wikileaks

One of the things that I believe is important in the viewing of the outward ‘effects’ of what different organizations do, is what are the trailing motivations behind their activities.

Motivation determines your outward activity..

In this regard, it is worthy of consideration when reviewing groups, organisations and activities. Wikileaks should be open to this scrutiny and in particular what the underlying motivation is. 

Is it a case of selfless activity for service, or is it a case of perpetuating a victim mentality where as hackers they perceive the world around them as the chaos which needs to be overthrown. This is a lie, in and of itself, as the world is a manifestation which we are all apart of.

Regardless of whom is blamed, all need to take an individual, then, collective responsibility. Or, an individual, followed by a leveraged collective responsibility position, through sanctified activity.(2)

Higher vs Lower Laws

So, Wikileaks, then. Take a closer look. Why are they doing the things they do. What motivates them, and why. This motivation determines their path forward. If it is for arrogance self aggrandizement, which is the hackers way. Or is it for selfless reasons. Is it also a case of doing the right thing for the wrong reason… being the last great reason?(3)

The impression on the communication given out on this activity is muddled. Certainly they come from a hackers perspective. One can conclude that it is a mixture of persona delusory agenda vs the greater good. 

In some ways this activity should be encouraged, but the problem is that most people do not see through the level of the victim. The only caveat is whether one is on the downward spiral, or ascending through a position of emotional development.(4)

Once again we come back to motivations. This will determine whether, in part, if people are putting themselves first, or the greater good. If someone puts the greater good ahead of the person agenda for the greater good then the inevitable path will be in breaking the lower society’s laws, but are typically covered by higher laws.(5)

The problem with the people breaking the lower society laws whom are out for their own personal agenda is there is no coverage from the higher laws, thus, karma producing.

The question is, which one is it then. The point of the article, is that in reality, that is for Wikileaks to answer.

What is important is that each person, group or entity, should be asking these questions constantly to ensure that their activity is for the greater good. 

What are my motivations, why do I think this, where are we heading and why. Is it for the best and highest good. This is the battery of tests that one should be continually asking themselves.

If we think breaking society’s laws for a personal agenda is doing the right thing then we are coming from a position of ignorance. Strive to come from positions of selflessness by putting our motivations under the scalpel of discriminating intelligence.(6)

Have fun, and good hunting.

Jeremy,
Paris Chapter, October, 2015


References

(1) John Whitman Ray, Logic in Sequence Series.
(2) As Above, See generally, Visualization and Consciousness Classes. 
(3) Paraphrasing Bacon.
(4) Above N 1, Scale of Emotions.
(5) Above N 1-2, Higher and Lower Laws.
(6) See generally, Yogananda, Bhagavad Gita, New Translation and Commentary, Verse 4-6, pg 59-63.