CB Willis (cbwillis@adore.lightlink.com) wrote:
>So whether you agree or disagree, you're co-creating it and are therefore
>responsible for it.

>True or false?  if not, why not.


       Responsibility has many definitions.

       At the top it means knowing willing cause with full awareness of
the consequences.  "Who done it?  I done it."

       In this sense 'taking responsibility for' means owning up to having
knowingly and willingly caused something.

       In Scn theory full repsonsibility for something allows one to cease
creating something, at which point it will vanish for one.

       A little lower down responsibility means taking responsibility OVER
an existing scene.  You see a lot of garbage on the street and you
decide to take responsibility over the mess and you start to pick it all
up.  That's being very 'responsible' you see?  All the little old ladies
will approve of you.

       It's ADDING your top level 'responsibility for' into an existing
mess that 'you did not make, someone else did', so that the outcome is
altered from what it might have become otherwise.

       At the very bottom responsibility means following orders.

       One can have a partial unknowing responsibility.  Say a terrorist
has wired a bomb to the light switch in the school.  You walk in, turn
on the lights and unwittingly set off the bomb.  Those who are
interested in who 'did the act that set off the bomb' will be looking to
you, as you were last responsible entity in the chain.  But the knowing
willing part was not there, so they will look further for those with the

       You can also have parts of 'yourself' that sometimes do things, say
things, or act in ways that you did not consciously choose.  Again when
people want to know 'who did it', the answer is you did it, as opposed
to Goober over there, but this does not imply that *YOU* did it
knowingly and willingly.

       It may however mean you might need some correction leveled at you
so that you stop doing these things unwittingly.

       But the real issue in a shared universe is CHOICE and AMNESIA OF
CHOICE, the choice to not know a choice.

       Have you ever knowingly and willingly chosen to not know a choice
including this one?

       If so, then we need to audit out that chain, so that a being can
once again recognize what responsibility he actually had in his or
other's conditions.  Those who forget choices they made dwindle, and
eventually become natter boxes like Muldoon.

       They also become 'prove it!' cases.  All a prove it case wants to
know is if he made a choice he has forgotten AND if he chose to forget
it.  The guy who claims "prove it!" just wants proof he is responsible
for his condition.  OT powers and the marble on the table are a red

       You move the marble and he STILL won't have proof that he is
responsible, and pretty soon he won't believe you moved the marble no
matter how many times you move it.

       He will just sit at Hallucination on the awareness characteristic
scale, wondering.

       That's because the only thing he can know for sure is that HE
CHOSE.  Once he recovers his sense of choice on things, he won't care if
he is hallucinating you moving the marble or not, he will be able to
move it himself and make YOU wonder if you are hallucinating.

       Now the primary choice that is forgotten in a rip roaring game of
good and evil is the INVITE.

       Two teams pair off on the playing field, but how did they get

       Was there any plan to it?

       Hell no!  says the good.  Hell no!  says the evil.

       So they go to a war they never created, never invented, didn't
set out the rules and exactly how to break them, didn't create the
playing field and most certainly didn't invite the other side to play.

       There is no PUTTING IT THERE on the part of either side.

       A GPM is fighting what you didn't create.

       The way to vanish anything is to put it there and then let go of it.

       If you aren't willing to put it there, but are wholy devoted to
unputting it there, you can never get rid of it.

       Psychosis is the total devotion to stopping something, because the
way to stop something is to start it.

       No willing to start means no ability to stop.

       "I didn't create or invite you in!" says the Good.  "That would
have been evil of me!"

       "I didn't create or invite you in!" says the Evil.  "That would
have been good of me!"

       Is it ever good to create evil?

       Even to fight it?

       Is it ever evil to create good?

       Even to fight it?

       But when you have a game between Gods, both sides create and invent
the game, and choose up sides, and that is neither good nor evil, that's
DIVINE.  That's Authorship.

       God is game author.

       And it is this Divine Invite that is missing from both side's
awarenesses once the game gets serious.

       Awareness of invite renders the game non serious and results in
slow but inexorable vanishment of the playing field.

       "The grass is looking pretty thin today, I sure hope the bad guys
show up on time for the battle...".

       "Yeah we may not have a playing field left and I had such a great
half time planned..."

       So any two beings in each other's dream have chosen to co share a
resonnant connection to each other through the void.  I make an apple
and you see my apple.  You make an orange and I see your orange.  I move
MY copy of your orange and YOUR orange moves for you.  Uh Oh, the game
is afoot, you see.

       The question is, was there an invite?

       Now a couple of OS-2's, can do this by definition.  Operating
Sovereign level 2 is the ability to create and share a private link to
each other through the void.  Each one experiences what the other does
and they both have control over the other's experience.

       But if they get SERIOUS about it, they can forget the invite and
get into a war until the end of time.

       The OS 3 world of the shared MEST universe is much like this.

       So responsibility doesn't necessarily mean you created it, it
does mean your choice and approval lies behind another being's ability
to create it for you in your dream.

       You take full responsibility for any space/time game stream you
walk into, regardless of who originally authored it.

       You bought it, you activated your involvement in it, who is to
blame now?

       Further by consciously creating (as-ising) the other guy creating
something in your dream, you can get him to stop by ceasing your own
creation of his creating it.

       If you can put him putting it there, you can put him not putting
it there too, and so will he cease.

       He may see you doing this, and fight you by continuing to create,
but if you have withdrawn YOUR permission that he can create in your
dream, his creations will become his alone.

       So to answer your question, YES.



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