KEX #3: Mental Process

Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

Introduction

The mind can be modeled as a huge and complex matrix made up of mental pixels. The mental pixels are reorganized consciously or unconsciously into memories and visualizations. Memories are the association among mental pixels at the moment of the receipt of perceptions. Visualizations are constructions, such as, dreams, day dreams, goals, imagination, etc. The memories supply the mental pixels. Visualizations then use those pixels.

All thoughts are visualizations. All symbols are visualizations that have been condensed.

This exercise is similar to the earlier KEX exercises, except for what you mentally say to yourself (see below). 

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The Posture

Sit in a straight-backed chair with feet flat on the floor and arms resting comfortably in the lap. The knees are positioned parallel to the shoulders. This alternate posture allows the body to remain stably erect even in deep state of concentration. During this exercise, focus your attention mildly between the eyebrows.

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The Exercise

In this exercise you simply BE there and face all perceptions, sensations, feelings and emotions without avoiding, resisting, suppressing, or denying them.

In addition you do the following.
… (1) Inhale and exhale gently, slowly.
… (2) With each inhalation, mentally say to yourself: “The mind has memories.” The inhalation should last the whole duration of that thought.
… (3) With each exhalation, mentally say to yourself: “The mind visualizes.” The exhalation should last the whole duration of that thought.

Do this exercise for at least 20 minutes at a stretch so that your energies get properly organized,

OPTIONAL: You may do this exercise while walking on a treadmill at a gentle pace. Make sure you have a safety cord attached to you, in case you stumble. Your body is generating more energy on a treadmill and that helps organize the energies better.

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Please Note

This is an experimental exercise that may help explore the nature of the mind.

Do this exercise for 20 minutes, twice a day, for 1 week.  After that you may extend this exercise by one week at a time, depending on its merit.

You may then either go to a new exercise that is available, or go back to a previous exercise already completed to consolidate the results.

When returning to a previous exercise always do it for at least one week, and then extend it by one week at a time, depending on its merit.

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Comments

  • vinaire  On November 5, 2020 at 5:44 PM

    Many memories are simply visualizations. The actual memory lies much deeper.

    • Vox Scientologiae  On November 16, 2020 at 11:42 AM

      You are a squirrel. Your tech is useless.

      • vinaire  On November 16, 2020 at 2:12 PM

        Definitely. Any researcher other than L.Ron Hubbard is a squirrel. I am glad that is not so in the field of science. Whether this process works or not will easily be determined in near future. This process is free and can be applied safely to oneself. It is totally up to the person. No monetary obligations are involved.

        • Vox Scientologiae  On November 17, 2020 at 6:28 PM

          “Any researcher other than L.Ron Hubbard is a squirrel.”

          Not true. I am an independent researcher and yet I stay in line with the original concepts in the writings of LRH. I suggest to you that many of the techniques you present, whilst (as far as I can see) harmless, they will not produce personal freedom, or atleast not the kind one ultimately desires.

        • vinaire  On November 17, 2020 at 9:55 PM

          Your stable data are the original concepts in the writings of LRH. But how do you know that nothing is lacking in those original concepts. Aren’t you swallowing them whole without examining them critically? You do not seem to realize that individuality is an aspect of identity. You see them as different simply because LRH said so. What kind of researcher are you?

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