10.8 Genius of Being

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Imagine making leaps in learning equivalent to what you did in just the first two years of your life, transforming from being something of a slug—although a really cute one—to a person who can stand, walk, talk, interact, and manipulate the environment around you. Try to really grasp the enormity of the transformational leaps that […]

9.1 Genius of Being

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Imagine a reality in which you are an immaterial object residing within a physical body and manifesting as an internal state that, in the interest of persisting as itself, is affected by everything perceived. This generalized description of our personal experience hints at the context for the world in which pretty much everyone currently lives. […]

7.56 Genius of Being

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If matter, perception, and thought only change form but nothing comes or goes, this suggests that the essence of existence has no form. -Peter Ralston The quote comes from Genius of Being, which is now available for pre-order. Find out more at PersonalEmpowerment.Me. Join the discussion on Facebook with Conscious Dialogues.

6.5 Genius of Being

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There is an inverse relationship between the amount of programmed instinct a creature is born with and the amount that it can, and must, learn. The greater its capacity to learn, the less instinct can be programmed in, and the more instinct accompanying birth, the less the creature is able to learn. -Peter Ralston The […]

5.48 Genius Of Being

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From the context that allows for sentience, it also becomes possible to create the domain of mind, thus having thoughts and emotions to which only you are privy. Given these cultural and human developments, it’s inevitable that you will experience being a “self-object” residing in a “private” domain, existentially isolated from all others. -Peter Ralston […]