Conditional Truth Has Two Layers -- Denial and Persistence -- and a Depth | Dig it!

There are two layers of conditional truth,
"denial" and "persistence"
and there is an unconditional depth.

There is the layer of denial of we would not see
and
there is the layer of the persistence of what we would not see.

The depth beyond that which we would not see,
belies what we would not see .....
that we take for truth ..... but would not face .....
belies the persistence of denial
not as a sign of truth
but as a sign of strange attraction,
the entanglement in two concepts,
the dense activity of mind.

"Belies" means,
"exposes it".

What we would not see
we take as true, as something to turn away from.

The depth intuits that the turning away from
merely reinforces the seeming truth of what we would not face.

It feels more persistent.

But we cannot get at the truth of "what we would not face"
as long as "turning away" is in the way.

So, the first layer to go
is the layer of "wanting to turn away from".
That is a layer, the first to go.

It is not a matter of, "turning toward", as an answer, it is not.
It's a matter of dissolving the entire dichotomy
of "turning toward" and "turning away from".

By that means, we can now facelessly face
what we would not see
without cringing or repressing cringing.

And we discover that, as true or untrue it may seem,
it is but a memory
that we imagine as true
and turn away from
in a movement of intent.

But it is but a memory.

Beyond that is not, a layer,
but a depth,
a silent, voiceless deep.


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definition of, 'a lie':





remembering 
one thing

and

intending 
another
(
imagining against memory)


You might be someone who has trouble with remembering.


One thing about remembering:  Ya gotta wanna imagine it.

Otherwise, memories get more and more diffuse, fuzzier and fuzzier.


Remembering one thing and intending another produces the stress we name, guilt.

Guilt has about it, fear -- fear of being discovered having done something wrong
(even discovery by oneself).


Fear of Remembering.


Intending one thing and remembering another produces the frustration we name, self-limitation.


You might be someone who has trouble with imagining.


One thing about imagining:  Ya gotta wanna remember it.

Otherwise, imaginings evaporate fruitlessly.


Failing to remember what you have imagined produces the stress we name, stagnation.

Stagnation has about it, resignation -- resignation to unattainability.


Resignation from the Unattainable.


The solution to both is the same process:

Bring to bear the complementary TetraSeed aspects. 

These procedures reveal what is in the way of remembering and imagining.  These are incantations -- after the Italian root word, "cantare":  song, or chant.

They have a rhythm. Find it.

FORMULATIONS:

for REMEMBERING

INTENDING INTENDING IMAGINING
IMAGINING
IMAGINING INTENDING INTENDING
INTENDING
INTENDING IMAGINING IMAGINING
IMAGINING
IMAGINING INTENDING INTENDING
INTENDING

ATTENDING TO ATTENDING TO IMAGINING
IMAGINING
IMAGINING IMAGINING ATTENDING TO
ATTENDING TO
ATTENDING TO IMAGINING IMAGINING
IMAGINING
IMAGINING ATTENDING TO ATTENDING TO
ATTENDING TO

ATTENDING TO IMAGINING
INTENDING IMAGINING
INTENDING IMAGINING
ATTENDING TO IMAGINING
ATTENDING TO IMAGINING
IMAGINING

ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING
INTENDING REMEMBERING
INTENDING REMEMBERING
ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING
ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING
REMEMBERING

for IMAGINING

INTENDING INTENDING REMEMBERING
REMEMBERING
REMEMBERING INTENDING INTENDING
INTENDING
INTENDING REMEMBERING REMEMBERING 
REMEMBERING 
REMEMBERING INTENDING INTENDING
INTENDING

ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING REMEMBERING 
REMEMBERING 
REMEMBERING ATTENDING TO ATTENDING TO
ATTENDING TO
ATTENDING TO ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING 
REMEMBERING 
REMEMBERING ATTENDING TO ATTENDING TO
ATTENDING TO

ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING 
INTENDING REMEMBERING 
INTENDING REMEMBERING 
ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING 
ATTENDING TO REMEMBERING 
REMEMBERING 

ATTENDING TO IMAGINING
INTENDING ATTENDING TO IMAGINING 
INTENDING IMAGINING
ATTENDING TO INTENDING IMAGINING
ATTENDING TO IMAGINING
IMAGINING
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At first, speak it aloud at least once. Then, you may read it. Intone it within yourself
with the voice-of-mind.