Every time I read Flemming, I want to start killing people.

>     The next basic is that whatever you can accept, admire, or love
>cannot give you any kind of problem.  Whatever you resist or dislike or
>try to forget, will come back to haunt you.  That corresponds to the old
>Taoist saying "What you resist you become" that we all know very well.

    What you resist, you become, *IF* you lose to it.

    It's a choice in order to keep going.

    If something stops you, you become the stopper.

>It also goes along with "admiration being the most valuable particle,
>who's absence alone will make things persist".  That part of LRH's
>Factors is one of the least understood.  I understand it to say that
>whatever you can admire, or love, you can resolve.  If you fully observe
>and love something unconditionally, it will vanish.  If you withdraw
>admiration from something, it will persist.

     The term unconditionally means for no reason.

     Thus finding reasons to admire bad conditions is nonsense if
unconditional admiration is needed.

     Now the truth is there may have been conditional reasons the being
created the bad condition, thus it was admirable to him for a reason,
and finding that reason will return him to the moment of creation and
thus allow him to see why he made it, and still has it.  He is free at
that time to cease making it, all the while continuing to admire it as a
weapon in his arsenal for future deployment should it be necessary.

     Apparently most things we suffer from were considered a good idea
at the time, but then were never sunsetted when their efficiacy waned or
was no longer needed.

     Rest of ad nauseum deleted.

Sun Aug 22 01:37:28 EDT 2010