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picture10 Feb 2006 @ 16:24, by John Oates

Our self's role is to learn from its own postconscious mind (whose function is utter moral truth) and to think and act accordingly.

Mind Communications

When conversing with others, this conscious talks to that conscious. All humans have a postconscious mind but, however enlightened, postconsciouses cannot talk directly to one another, only to their own conscious minds.

Taking enlightment to mean cognisance of ultimate moral truth, the conscious mind that has submitted to its postconscious and is consequently enlightened is able to communicate meaningfully with another similarly enlightened conscious mind, but not with an unenlightened conscious, even its own, that is to say one that is now unable to recognise humantruth because unwilling to discover it in the past.

On the other hand, there is little purpose in one fully enlightened mind seeking enlightenment from another since both are already fully enlightened

Meaningful communication occurs when an uncompleted conscious learns from its completed postconscious, the ultimate of which is supraconsciousness.


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25 Dec 2006 @ 04:09 by DJ @76.214.149.14 : HUMANTRUTH
Do you feel truth is different from one person to the next? What i mean is do you feel truth can be interpreted differently? Do you feel truth is based off feelings?  


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