Wholeness or Fragmentation and Chaos?

Toxic Psyche Toxic World
Something much deeper than thought and imagination is needed, a completely new approach.

We are faced with a breakdown of general social order and human values that threatens stability throughout the world. Existing knowledge cannot meet this challenge. Something much deeper is needed, a completely new approach. I am suggesting that the very means by which we try to solve our problems is the problem. The source of our problems is within the structure of thought itself.

This may seem strange because our culture prides itself on thought being its highest achievement. Almost everything we see in the world was created by thought, all the cities, the buildings, science, technology, and even most of what we call nature. Farmland was created by thought, so were factories, airplanes, nations, and governments. Thought is very powerful and has created many good things, but if we don't notice how it works, it can become very destructive, as with the present danger of nuclear war, pollution, and mass destruction of natural resources. Therefore, it is necessary to look at the structure of thought and knowledge, to see what the problems are and to explore the question of insight, which is required to bring knowledge to order.

David Bohm
Knowledge and Insight

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What did Sally and Johnny really learn in school today?

The Curriculum Spell and other Crimes Against Humanity

Experience is everything. The curriculum is nothing. So enchanting is our capacity to imagine that we ignore the whole child, hallucinating that curriculum is all that matters. Look at the experiences we are calling education; the physical, emotional, social, environmental deprivation, keeping in mind that sensory deprivation is a classic form of torture.

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The Contagion Myth Interviews

Instead of looking at a predator pandemic causing illness and death, it is more accurate and proactive to flip the trends and look instead at the collapse of general health and wellbeing. As Tom explores, disease happens when there is a failure of health. Chronic illness and disease are not attacking us. We invite disease by starving and poisoning the body, and by our delusions believing we are healthy.

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If I only had a brain

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We have all been shocked, overwhelmed, inundated with stories, conflicting data, social manipulation, and unprecedented restrictions, locally and globally. I maintain that this shock-therapy is not random or spontaneous, rather by design.

Based on deaths per capita, the death rate for COVID-19 is 0.009%. That means the average person’s chance of surviving is 99.991%... They’ve been wrong about the initial risk assessment, testing, preventive measures, mask-wearing, and social distancing. They’ve conflated “cases” or positive tests with the actual illness. They’re also guilty of errors of omission [and censorship], not telling us what medical doctors and scientists know to be helpful.

For example, the area with the highest death rate, New York, has a death per capita rate of 0.17%, yet Dr. Anthony Fauci publicly lauded New York for its excellent COVID response. This is just one example that has caused cognitive dissonance, praising the area with the highest death rate (even if low overall) for having one of the best responses isn’t logical.

Ironically, five of the six countries with the lowest death rates (ranging between 0.00003% and 0.006%) did very little in terms of pandemic response; they didn’t shut down or order people to stay home.

Yet, we’re told these measures are absolutely necessary and must continue, perhaps indefinitely. This too creates massive cognitive dissonance, as it goes against all logic. If an action doesn’t result in an observable benefit, it simply doesn’t make sense to continue, let alone claim that was and is necessary. (See CNBC below.)

A recent poll by Harvard, Oxford, and Universita Boconi found Millennials believe 2% of their generation will die from COVID-19. “That’s 10,000 times more than the reality,”

Note: According to two investigators, John Moynahan and Larry Doyle, Bill Gates negotiated a $100 billion contact tracing contract with Democratic Congressman Bobby L. Rush — six months before the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, during an August 2019 meeting in Rwanda, East Africa,14 Rush also introduced HR 6666, the COVID-19 TRACE Act.

Also, the U.S. government has purchased 100 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine still under development by Pfizer and BioNTech. As noted by Dr. Lee Merritt, we keep seeing how drug companies fund working groups on diseases, and then when the disease breaks out, those same drug companies make billions in profit.

But aside from profit… there’s another reason behind the illogical pandemic responses we’re seeing. In a few short months, we’ve been dramatically shifted from a state of freedom to a state of totalitarianism. And the way that was done was through the technocratic mechanisms of social engineering, which of course involves psychological manipulation.

Joseph Mercola, 09.05/2020

So confusing, polarized, and up-side-down are the issues that it is nearly impossible to keep one’s head above water, not unlike being caught and tossed about by a giant wave surfing. Below is the way CNBC describes what is taking place today brought to you by Bill Gates: (Gates Foundation Funded Org. IHME Projects Grim New Death Counts for World)

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If Machines Replace Teachers

It is being proposed that technology, artificial intelligence, more properly ‘machine learning’, can and will soon replace human teachers and physical classrooms, that digital systems will tease, challenge and program each student with interactive screen experiences that will lead to predefined, conditioned outcomes, far more efficiently, with greater precision and most importantly control, than sloppy humans could ever manage. When viewed from within the realm of existing knowledge, why would anyone object?

What is generally not considered are the limitations of existing knowledge, not only as data or content, with its implicit misinformation and propaganda, but more deeply, structurally, as a state of consciousness, and the simple fact that screen media filter out the most important qualities and capacities that define being human.

We are faced with a breakdown of general social order and human values that threatens stability throughout the world. Existing knowledge cannot meet this challenge. Something much deeper is needed, a completely new approach. I am suggesting that the very means by which we try to solve our problems is the problem. The source of our problems is within the structure of thought itself.

David Bohm, Knowledge and Insight, 1981

Education as we know it, even most alternative educational models, exist in, and are limited by, the field or the state of mind David calls ‘existing knowledge.’ A metaphor that describes ‘the known’ is a house of mirrors, reflecting and re-reflecting bits of past conditioning as mental images, infinitely within the mirrored room. While this appears to be novel and vast, all this activity remains encased in the limited realm of a relatively tiny room, one small corner in the near infinite potentials of human consciousness. We call navigating the relative realities created in this house of mirrors - education.

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