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Are Dysfunction and Effectiveness correlated with Languaging Ability?


By Un-Registered - Posted on 19 August 2012

Richard J MillerRichard J Miller

 On Sunday September 2nd at 7:00 pm Eastern Daylight Savings time we will broadcast a Google Plus hangout on our Youtube Channel.  Up to nine people can actually be in the conversation on the hangout and there are a few places still available.  Please contact me if you are interested to be a part of this recorded dialogue.  (Download 700 and some page Power Point pdf and read through some of this rich material here: 

http://ssrn.com/abstract=1263835 )

 

Most of our NNH work and most of you that are listening are in a synthesis with a few premises that we term "pointers to truth".  What we point to is generally our life before thought constructs, meaning life before our words.  This space first becomes apparent in the gaps between our thoughts.  Without a thought all life processes are moving perfectly, and actually without the stress of our doubts and obligations these life processes usually function way better.  Why we call this pointing is that in this space before any words you can't talk, or can't even think??

 

Let's say that this is all well and good and to touch this clear space is actually fundamental to a life well lived.

 

 

Now then, even after that clear knowing we all still live in a society, which is basically a linguistic creation of agreements, (kept or broken).  Talking from the primary context above we tend to say that this agreement machine is just going by itself?  That "source is living life on the planet".  We say that nothing is actually being done (in this singular real moment) and that there is not even anyone here to do anything.  Doing is just a recording in the memory or one more imagination.  Of course these sayings are also great jumps of the imagination and to me of dubious value, but I hear them spoken often. 

 

What we are now finding out about living in society and structuring (or defending from) mental verbal constructs is that there are two fundamentally different ways to use words.

 

1.  The first we are all familiar with from childrearing and education.  This is when words are used to create an image of how we "should be" and how we "should behave" in the world.  Then words create an external ideal image that we can conform to.  We either do it well, or just get by with it, or are miserable failures.  Most are not all that good at being ideal for someone else. 

 

We may live all of our life knowing only this kind of use for words.  It's the realm of "I already know", "I am right you are wrong",  "I agree I disagree",  "it's not my fault I am not to blame", "what's in this for me what is the bottom line".

 

a) In this borrowed context we never discover anything about our authenticity, or who we are without these benchmarks hanging over our heads.  

b) Our Integrity or our own creative power is relegated to be used as a flakey dance of deflection and excuses. 

c) There is such a limited possibility to find much interest in life, much less a passion.  Much of our energy is used in defense, so no engagement can be found to fulfill us and keep our light shining.

 

2.  A second possibility for the use of words may occur to us when we actually choose and use our words as if they were extremely important.  To get to that realization we probably have seen that being authentic is the foundation of moving with effectiveness.  It's a place where who we are is so honored that there is limited friction in fighting with someone else's expectation.  Then our words are not a meaningless convenience to deflect, but they take on a possibility to create our life.  We can even create open heartedness, a full flow with life, embodiment in the open space of good feeling, and any other theme that we deeply care about.

 3.  Let our first premise be true, that we are living deeply in imagination (thoughts).  Our first investigation can be:  is there ever a time when we are not living in thoughts?  For those that say yes, let them remain in their experience of an unperturbed state.  If they have their own theory of wholeness or oneness, let them contribute in that way which feels right for them.  

 

For those that say "no, that even when my mind is not active my conditioning goes unbroken", let us take a second step in our investigation.  How can we use words in a collective way that creates a realm of possibility or a new context for being and acting?  There are many easy examples of purely verbal creations that are undeniable.

 

In feudal times the contexts of being and acting were either King, Nobility, Subjects or Slaves.  No slave or subject ever had any other possibilities, nor any input into how the community was administered.  Then in a different age and different part of the world one human being created the context "citizen" as a thought form.  This one word context has now shaped the world and all of its human institutions for centuries, even though it is merely aother thought.

 

What is the next word, or realm of possibilities that will model your and my life?  What new realms of possibility could offer change to our society so that societal benefits include more of our neighbors and more of the world population?  

 

That is what we want to find out.  Come join us.

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