Tuesday, 24 June 2014


Proper and intelligent eugenics is vital for any society's survival!

Jim How's You Tube

1 comment:

  1. Monsieur should start the eugenics with himself by doing a few push-ups to get rid of his man-boobs first & cutting back on all the junk he obviously stuffs in his face. lol Why do I get the feeling this guy might be a CI nut like Prostink and the rest of that gang? Some good insights though.

    "One of the keys to this is emotional analysis and navel-gazing and how that ties in so much to New Age movement and spirituality in the West. Because emotional processing, when you're in Asia, this does not come into the practices at all. As the definitions of world and self change to accommodate and assimilate new information, we gain insight, we find this as a positive experience. The idea here is that you have a structure of self and world as a context: new information comes in; when those two things conflict we feel a tension, literally a psychic tension and I'm not talking psychic in a mamby-pamby sort of way. It's a tension in the mind or [i]negative[/i] emotion. We experience an emotion and it's simply a tension in the mind created out of either too much information for the context or this structure that we have for experience (it's conflicting information or new information coming in, so the initial stages are usually uncomfortable). As that world-view and self-worlds start to change to accommodate this new information, that tension is released, the tension subsides, so we feel it as a [i]positive[/i] experience. As the tension's released, it can feel like an elation, the 'aha! I've got an insight,' an affirming, a self-doubt that you don't have to confront anymore. The idea that emotion is really about the relationship between the data that's outside of the structure and how the structure's reacting to it.

    It's important to note that emotion has no information in-and-of-itself. All it tells us is that there is incoming information and where to look. The severity of the emotion is really the motivation to continue with it. It gives us a focus, gives us a motivation to assimilate the new information, but it tells us nothing about reality, only that new information is being resisted or assimilated. Emotion is not information. It's the reaction to new and conflicting information." -- Bill Joslin

    Above quote from the following brilliant audio:

    Jan Irvin / Gnostic Media - Bill Joslin interview – “Meditation: Deconstructing Nonsense” – #202 - June 16, 2014 - Bill Joslin at an early age developed a fascination with mind and awareness. Subsequently he spent 16 years studying Bonpo, Nyingma Buddhist and Taoist practices. He spent a year in Asia interviewing Buddhist monks in Laos, Cambodia, Nepal; Taoist practitioners in Indonesia, and Bonpo priests in Northwest Nepal, comparing practices as taught in the west with the original monasteries and traditions from which the teachings originated. Nine years ago, Bill was asked by a number of people to counsel them with mediation practices they were having difficulty with and not finding aid from their current teachers. From a sense of responsibility Bill then went through a process of questioning every aspect of meditative knowledge he had gained over those years, essentially applying critical thinking to spiritual practices. In short order the illusion of meditation, spiritual teachers, and philosophical frameworks dissolved and a concise, non-mystical view of mind, self and world emerged with simply clarity. Mediation and spiritual guru-ship is an ancient form of control, the residue of which we live with today.

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    Video version with relevant charts, etc. :



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