The Wide Scope Thinking of Neothink

This article is inspired by and rooted in the philosophy of Neo-Tech and the Wide Scope Thinking of Neothink.

The Mystical Mind Uncovered by Craig H.

Robinson Crusoe, trapped on a desert island: is forced into disciplined survival pressure. Forced into integrating his surrounding reality under “I must stay alive” survival pressure.

It has been called the Matrix (in the film of that name) ….in his manuscript ‘The Neo-Tech Discovery’ Frank R. Wallace calls it the anti-civilization. Individual human beings on Earth… for centuries have been locked into a struggle on a ‘Robinson Crusoe desert island’ like mentality of the mind. Generated in the mind through mysticism…. that obfuscates reality.

Bubble Thinking and Mysticism

Mysticism as identified by Frank R. Wallace, traps individuals in mentally constructed bubbles – each individual bouncing around in a bubble of a different size and shape… bouncing in the sense of not being firmly grounded (mentally speaking) within and on reality (‘in reality’ means mentally, ‘on reality’ means one’s actions caused by that mentality). Bubble thinking and mysticism essentially have a similar meaning. Mysticism is mind distortion.

Bubble thinking and mysticism …bubble in this sense means the same as mysticism – any belief that: disconnects one from fully integrating reality …an example is the difference between reality based astronomy vs non-reality based astrology; or reality based chemistry vs non-reality based alchemy. The bubble is simply the overall mysticism one carries in one’s head.

That disconnect from reality was identified in a comment by Morpheus to Neo in the film ‘The Matrix’: “You are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else you were born into bondage. Into a prison that you cannot taste or see or touch. A prison for your mind.” Morpheus goes on to say: “I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it”.

One’s individual mystical bubble size is a measure of that one individual’s totally knitted or self-constructed mental ‘bubble thinking and mysticism state’. Knitted together as a ‘firewall’ against reality integrating honesty’s; which exist independent of the mind as cosmic universals.

The human mind as such is not a tool to create reality… existence has primacy over consciousness… consciousness is a tool to integrate reality… not create it. Bubble thinking and mysticism is a result of disconnection and obfuscation… the mind being detached from reality – a kind of psychosis (are we in the Matrix?).

That is not to say that humans do not create… if you take that as my meaning: you have misunderstood. Humans do indeed create… in fact value creation is where greatness lies. The excellence of humanity comes through value creation. But all such great creations are those that integrate new never before seen aspects of reality… and construct them together into never before seen puzzle pieces.

Beauty Beyond Bubble Thinking and Mysticism

I can think of no greater example of the beauty of human value creation than the extraordinary music of ‘Johann Sebastian Bach’. He constructed musical puzzle pieces into virtual mathematical perfection of the mind… to create music the like of which the world had never heard. When the two great scientists Carl Sagan and Freemon Dyson were once in conversation about the ‘Voyager Mission’ and sending human messages into outer space… to be hopefully intercepted by aliens the conversation went something like this: Carl Sagan, when he asked his colleagues for an opinion on what audio sounds to include on this Voyager disk, got something like this back from Freeman Dyson: “I’d send just Bach … but that would be showing off.”

Bubble thinking and mysticism, unlike universal thinking is local and internally created and not universal and externally identified. A master of universal thought was Albert Einstein …a top down thinker… who thought in big universal pictures (such as most children do; until their minds are often befuddled by mystical minded adults). He then broke those universal thoughts down into smaller puzzle pieces… which brought incredible: never before seen new knowledge to the world.

Mystical Totalities

A comparison of totalities of bubble thinking and mysticism between individuals; can be given in the following example:

Imagine a highly successful businessman… who has to dig into the numbers to release his entrepreneurial creativity (such as in testing a marketing campaign), to move beyond stagnant business hoaxers (Mark Hamilton in his book Cosmic Business Control, called this hoaxing: the White Collar Hoax).

An example of a business hoaxer as against a genuine value creator would be value creator Bill Gates (Microsoft) vs Value destroyer Kenneth Lay (Enron). Gates integrates reality by identifying and acting upon business actions that create value; Lay on the other hand disintegrates reality by identifying and acting upon mystical actions that destroy value.

In the same way that Einstein integrated puzzle pieces of science into an extraordinary new pattern: General Relativity …So did Bill Gates in terms of business.

The Child Mind – None Bubble Thinking and Mysticism

If the child mind is not distorted by the ‘common sense’ of adults… would all children naturally flourish ‘with genius minds’. Tony Buzan the memory man and creator of ‘Mind-maps’ …considers all babies as little bundles of potential genius… desperate to explore and integrate the world. Their minds are not trapped in bubbles of mysticism… which allow them to integrate reality unhindered.

Are we all potential geniuses and does that genius get distorted in childhood… by the time we reach a certain age. Look how rapidly a child learns their native language. Further, a child born into a bilingual household seems to learn two languages as effortlessly as one.

Quotations that identify aspects of Bubble Thinking and Mysticism

“Common sense is nothing more than a deposit of prejudices laid down by the mind before you reach eighteen”.

” Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school”.

The Matrix:
Morpheus: “The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around us. Even now, in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work… when you go to church… when you pay your taxes. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth”.

Morpheus: “I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it”.

Neo: “Because I don’t like the idea that I’m not in control of my life”.

Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe: “It is never too late to be wise.”

Important references for identifying Bubble Thinking and Mysticism
Frank R. Wallace – The Neo-Tech Discovery; Mark Hamilton – Cosmic Business Control; The Matrix (Directed by Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski. With Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving); Robinson Crusoe (novel by Daniel Defoe, first published on 25 April 1719.

Bubble Thinking and Mysticism are terms that originate from Mark Hamilton (Cosmic Business Control) and Frank R. Wallace (The Neo-Tech Discovery).

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