Author Topic: Confessions of Must-be-Known'ers  (Read 37 times)

Colleen

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Confessions of Must-be-Known'ers
« on: March 10, 2014, 01:34:57 pm »
Scanning my life I see it started out more with "To Know" and then got overwhelmed over time by a loud, gregarious must-be-knowner, which seemed like the successful way to be.   It does have some workability in enjoying life as long as one keeps one's options open and not get reduced down to one or two ways of being known, and it becomes quite uncomplementary also.   There are situations when it is wiser to not be known and thus be more complementary by reversing the flow and knowing others and their effects.   Because a rabidly compulsive must-be-knowner really does not want to know you except that you must know them and their effects.

Becoming wise to my own game strategies is beneficial and I thank Dennis for guiding me where to look in order to resolve my mind about this.   
To remove that which separates one from the truth.

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Re: Confessions of Must-be-Known'ers
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2014, 02:16:24 pm »
THE QUESTION MACHINE

Using a mental "question machine" to be known with and, if rejected, i.e., questions not answered, the mind can then motivate (make up a reason) to not do Trom (or any clearing work that would effectively vanish the mind), and so said being can continue further in this excruciatingly thrilling time tube.  Infliction and self-infliction.  It can be a very difficult experiential loop to begin to resolve.

Not to be confused with a person who acts out "Must Know".

To remove that which separates one from the truth.