The complete understanding of confusion

Men and women went through millennia of confusionism, sorrow of all kind, sort of inward and outward nervousness…

We have tried to fix this human condition through various stratagems such as religions, spiritualisms, tribalisms, traditions and superstitions, philosophies, ideologies, sacredness intellectualisms and so on.. over and over

…but nothing really ever worked.. not even the “gods” ever helped .. perhaps because we were focused in the way out, the solution, the key.. and not in the profound understanding of the condition.. the complete understanding of confusion, fear, anxiety of living and so on…

It’s an ancient story…

Regardless if one, few, many people had experiences that they called “sacred”, or “divine”, or “kundalini”, or whatever they will.. the big question is: does the experience in itself define what the experience itself is?

I reformulate this question: Regardless of what reality is, whether holographic, electromagnetic, subatomic or made by cosmic cheese whatsoever (one wonders why we are so maniacally interested to know what reality is made of.. more than what the mind is made of)… does the situation in which a mind is experiencing an experience.. define what such experience in itself is?

We are reading this stuff now right?

Forget the writer (the source from which this stuff comes) which is irrelevant: we are reading and we are elaborating and our brain tries to function in order to put all together so to acquire that position in which something should/must “make sense”.. isn’t it so?

So there is something we are experiencing right now which is not just intellectual or emotional…: it is an experience that requires a profound investigation…

We have most likely a sort of nervousness because of that sense of being not completely able to understand the contents…

Can you detect that “traction” that pulls the brain toward the urge, toward the hunger to achieve the end of this conversation/reading.. the conclusion.. so to achieve an “it does make sense” or a “it doens’t make any sense”.. so to be secure?

Now; a so called “sensational experience” from a psychological perspective, is merely an experience that has no “mnemonic database” to define it…

Problem is that, because of that conditioned desire to drag the mind toward a “sense”, we all have the tendency to name the experience ’cause we fear the possible inability to handle it…

This search and act of naming.. this action of applying a sense.. whether a “jesus”, “kundalini”, sacredenss and up to the ridiculous such as “divine galactic forces”, “multidimentional” (all things that even if partially true the mind cannot handle due to its limit) and so on .. simply destroys the possible and complete psychological observation of all the movements the mind does during and after the experience…

You see?

The experience, no matter if fomented by illusory factors or not, is always real.. it is what it is…

The “sense” given to the experience separates always the experiencer from the experience especially when the experience has/had no “mnemonic database” .. In this way the experiencing becomes confusion.. compulsive mist…

We are obsessed by meaning, by “truths” .. but we are all confused…

And this conditioned and corrupted process defined above is the basic reason why the natural schizophrenia we had when we were kids .. experiencing the imaginary friends we ourselves used to create, but manifesting complete, and absent of psychological problems .. turned into profound psychological disturbance and poisonous experiencial schizophrenia when we progressively became adults .. and sponges for conditioning’s..

So the question remains here.. on the “psychological table” of our investigation and its experience: does the experience bring about the complete understanding of the experience itself?

Because if there is not understanding, whole understanding, then the experience turns into a neuro-linguistic translation almost always contaminated by the culture.. conditioning the experiencer… which is the thinker..

And that’s the very mechanic of psychological conditioning’s

Think about these things …