SUBJECT CLEARING STEP 8—Subject: Unwanted Condition

Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

Unwanted condition is probably the most intimate subject to clear. An unwanted condition is something that persists and does not go away. It may be described in terms of life events on which the person’s attention dwells often. These life events are often those that are somehow connected to some trauma. It takes a review of related life events to process them completely.

A life events happens in one’s environment. The environment is continually sensed through sense organs. The sensations are continually transmitting to the mind. The mind breaks the sensations down into fine elements. These elements are then assimilated in a mental matrix. Until these sensations are assimilated, there are no perceptions of the environment. Perceptions arise through the process of assimilation.

When a person receives a trauma, the sensations generated are very chaotic as they consist of shock and confusion. Such traumatic sensations are difficult to break down into fine elements in real time. Therefore, they are not assimilated in the mental matrix, and thus, never converted into perceptions. Therefore, unconsciousness occurs during a trauma. The traumatic sensations are placed in a holding area for later processing.

Later, when the mind is considering the situation, the memory reconstructs perceptions from the mental matrix. But the perception of actual trauma is not available. The traumatic sensations are still waiting to be broken down into fine elements and assimilated. Such sensations appear only as pain and discomfort.

Pain and discomfort from unwanted conditions, therefore, are indications of unprocessed traumatic sensations. The processing requires a closer examination of related life events. A life event may be identified as described in the glossary below. 

NOTE #1: In subject clearing, the subject of Unwanted Condition follows the subject of Self, because it is only after some understanding of self can you really start clearing up your unwanted conditions for good.

NOTE #2: The content of this document are just to get you started. You should continue the subject clearing on your own exploring other theories and methods until you achieve the clarity that you are looking for.

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Key Words

Unwanted Condition, Environment, Sense Organ, Sensation, Mental Matrix, Perception, Memory, Trauma, Traumatic sensation, Life event, Anomaly, … (Life events as “key words”) …

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Reading Materials

  1. Mind: The Matrix Model
  2. The Mind as a Matrix
  3. The Basics of Meditation

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Glossary

Unwanted Condition
These are conditions, such as, anxiety, depression, loneliness, and illnesses that seem to persist. They start to resolve as traumatic sensations are finally assimilated.

Environment
The environment is “the aggregate of the conditions in which a person or thing lives”; the natural world.

Sense organ
A specialized bodily structure that senses the environment and conveys those sensations to the mind.

Sensation
Sensations are generated continuously as the sense organs interact with the environment. The sensations are transmitted to the mind where they are broken down into fine elements. Until then the sensations exist in a literal “picture” form.

Mental matrix
The mental matrix is a knowledge repository where the sensations from the sense organs are assimilated after being broken down into fine elements.  

Perception
Perceptions arise only after the sensations from sense organs get assimilated into the mental matrix, and not before.

Memory
Memory is a reconstruction of original perceptions from the assimilated matrix elements. Memory is reconstructed automatically when needed for consideration. 

Trauma
A life event may contain a trauma. The basic sense of trauma is “wound.” The general meaning of trauma is “a body wound or shock produced by sudden physical injury, as from violence or accident.”

Traumatic Sensation 
These are sensations of shock and confusion that are too intense to be assimilated in real time. Therefore, they do not get converted into perceptions and the organism appears to be unconscious for the duration of such sensations. The sensations remain in a holding area in the form of a “literal recording” waiting to be processed.

Pain and Discomfort
Traumatic sensations appear as pain and discomfort until they are assimilated and converted into perceptions.

Life Event
A life event is some event that occurred on which a person’s attention dwells often. There is some anomaly associated with that event that needs to be resolved. A life event may be identified by age, location and season. It may be described by the dominating thought, emotion, effort and the anomaly associated with it. For example,

  1. Age: 3 years and 6 months (03-06), 
  2. Location: New Orleans, 
  3. Season: summer 
  4. Thought: birds 
  5. Emotion: happiness
  6. Effort: running
  7. Anomaly: Attention is fixed on a scene

Anomaly
An anomaly is something that is perplexing and leads to some doubt. The anomaly fundamentally consists of

  1. A disharmony,
  2. An inconsistency,
  3. A discontinuity.

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Processing the Unwanted Condition

An unwanted condition may be processed as follows:

  1. Treat the “unwanted condition” as a subject.
  2. Treat the life events related to that unwanted condition as “key words.”
  3. Arrange all related life events in the time sequence that they occurred in your life.
  4. Scan over the anomalies connected with these life events.
  5. Start meditating over the anomalies in the order attention goes to them. See Subject Clearing Step 4.
  6. During the meditation, If more life events come to mind, then add them to the list. 
  7. Continue the meditation until the pain starts to break down into fine elements.
  8. Let the assimilation takes place at which point the details of the trauma shall start to appear.

The unwanted condition resolves as the related traumatic sensations get assimilated in the mental matrix. 

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