Max J. Carter en The Church of Rock 'N' Roll, Lifestyle, beBee in English Shaman • The Church of Rock 'N' Roll.org 18/11/2016 · 3 min de lectura · +900

Psychospirilosophy says Emotion is an Ocean


I get how we got to here. For years many have been using the model of positive and negative emotions creating a limited view of what emotion is and creating a lot of abuse in the world today as a result, regardless of intent. 

Once you label something positive or negative you can only see it from that perspective. 

Now here's the fun part, its totally subjective as to what you consider positive and what you  consider negative as it is based solely on how you view it. 

Emotion is totally analog and defies any fractal or even binary definition simply as being the flow of emotion it is. 

Let's put on our Psychospirilosophy glasses and see if we can figure out how to better describe this ocean in terms that will end the abuse we are currently inflicting on each other by calling each other negative for having a life and being affected by it. 

In case you're new to what I do, here's a quick reminder of what Psychospirilosophy is. It's a tool and a view that I use to helps your friendly neighborhood Rock 'N' Roll Shaman figure shit out. 

Psychologically speaking it's good to understand why you are doing anything you are doing. 

Spirituality is what ever works for you, just have something is all I am saying. 

Philosophy in this view is the sayings we create for ourselves or quotes we borrow from others that we tell everyone is the talk we are walking or our personal set of philosophies that we use to guide our life. 

Life in not binary or fractal, it is analog. 

This is why we love a live performance these days over the digital music we are stuck with. Digital music is a sample of analog and is missing the fullness of the sound. I learned about this when I was in communications training in the Air Force studying advanced electronic theory when I was 18.  

Since life is in analog any view that does not embrace the fullness of the analog is denying the condition of being human. Everyone has their reasons for that and even I have had moments in life of wanting to separate myself from what humanity has become. 

The companionship I desire is nowhere to be found when I get angry. Anger must be bad. 

The companionship I desire is all around me and we are all angry. Anger must be good. 

This right here is why it is functionally retarding to the human condition to announce an emotion is either positive or negative or good or bad and that there is anything wrong with any emotion and feeling any particular way about something. 

Psychologically speaking the only reason to do this is to attempt to control behavior and subjugate the masses through conceptual manipulation. It creates mechanisms for judging and condemning without feeling guilt or even realizing at the conscious level that one is judging and condemning. 

You can't have something to fix in someone until you identify that something is wrong with them. To this end psychology has been trying to tell us everything negative about the human condition that one will battle in life to be a good or positive human. It's the one's who need the business making sure they have clients by setting the standards for the view. 

Or to say it's marketing using behavioral trigger words to create an emotional response that inspires action. 

In this case it is using the terms positive and negative to give a form to the judgement we all pass one people whether we intend to or not. In this judgement we create turmoil in the lives of those we judge and project onto them that there is something wrong with them because they are having a negative emotional response. 

Emotional output is totally dependent on input from an exterior source. 

For example if someone pisses people off or makes them cry it is not their victims that are negative it is the one pissing people off and making them cry. They are the ones inflicting the pain to cause the emotional response and will often say things to absolve themselves from being responsible for what they have said or done to illicit such a response.

Psychologically speaking this is narcissistic behavior that refuses to acknowledge the damage one does. One gives oneself excuses for being abusive to people so that one does not have to make changes in oneself. This apathy for anything but one's existence and not caring who one hurts to achieve one's goals and in some cases it is abusing people that is the mechanism for achieving ones goals. 

From a spiritual aspect I can't think of one time anyone called anyone of their sacred gods negative for getting angry or for being saddened by what the people had done. Often God has reason for being angry and it is the people who fear their God's wrath that change their behavior to appease God. 

This is my personal philosophy on emotion. 

Fear and love are two sides of the same coin and fear is the dark mirror of love and all emotions spring from here. 

Sometimes fear protects our life and other times it stands in the way of us living our lives. Why are we afraid of being sad or angry to the point we would call it negative?

We are beings of love and we allow fear to change that expression in infinite forms to create separation from one another to create what is called individuality. 

"I am afraid to be like that one after seeing what their life is like."

"What decisions do I make to avoid those same results?"

This is an act of self love. 

"What is going in that ones life that they are behaving like that?"

"What do they need to change in their life to put an end to that behavior?"

This is an act of showing love to another. 

All fear did was switch who got the love and who was in perceived need of it. 

There are infinite things that have infinite possibilities in the face of love it will bring forth in one. That face is determined by the way one programs oneself to see one and other ones. 

One who accepts what is dives deeper to find out what caused what is. 

One who seeks to define what is without further investigation seeks to judge and condemn whether they know it or not. 

What has one feeling any particular way often has many facets and a deep history such as the depth of an ocean before one can understand why one is feeling the way one is. 

To negate one is to negate all who experience the same. 

Emotion is an ocean and the ocean creates waves of all kinds and sizes and at its depths still moves with currents. 

There is no binary or fractal way to explain that and have it remain a human expression. 

The human is analog and the condition of being human is an analog being with an ocean of emotions within. 

Psychospirilosophy says Emotion is an Ocean


Max J. Carter 18/11/2016 · #3

#2 Actually Harvey that strength is already there waiting to be discovered. Fear of losing acceptance is the greatest tool of abuse used be the herd.

The separation anxiety that would be experienced would pass and be lessened if at the top the shift of thinking started.

For me it's no different than the physicists who have accurately deemed that light has variable speed this negating Einsteins theory of relativity that so many built their life on in that field.

You make a valid point in expressing the challenge of re-education.

I figure if I can do it anyone can and i conquered that anxiety so anyone can. Using fear as an excuse is what weakens the human spirit and causes much suffering among many.

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Harvey Lloyd 18/11/2016 · #2

A challenging concept to say the least @Max Carter. Your discussion seems to center around the very "group think" that has taken over our thinking. The challenge in understanding your concept is breaking away from the herd. Standing alone takes courage, and knowledge, in this context, doesn't supply that courage.

Separation anxiety would result at the sub-conscious level. The reader would have to internalize a new strength of innovative thinking. I agree with your thoughts but when considering group thinkers it would taste a little like granny's spring elixir.

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