Final Dissolution: The Three Deaths of the Ego (Consciousness, Mind, and True Spirituality) (Paperback)

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Final Dissolution: The Three Deaths of the Ego (Consciousness, Mind, and True Spirituality) (Paperback)


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It is imperative that humanity understand that the so-called "problems in the world" are nothing but varying iterations and repercussions of just a singular problem: the human mind and its harmful state of subjectivity.

The fact is, society has subjugated itself to an unbalanced control system, which is not only reducing its already-damaged introspective capacity, but is sinking with ever-greater impact into a deep and frozen layer of unconsciousness, suffering, and obfuscation.

In complete ignorance of his mind, the human being adapts to these unnatural circumstances, and tries to get ahead by its own principle of survival. Nevertheless, he soon leaves this world without even having managed to know the true purpose of his existence.

This work, "a progressive approach to dissolving the ego and attaining true objectivity", not only answers to the question of the fundamental unit, the ego, asking what is it? How is it formed? How and at what moment is it transformed into selfishness? What does it represent in its deepest meaning? It also addresses the higher possibilities in the human being, such as the ability to extract meaning belonging to other scales of resolution, to other planes of the mind, through the acquisition of a new state of consciousness, thus being able to understand, in a relatively short time, the true sense and background of existence.

The content of the work, divided into three sections, aims at fracturing the invisible and powerful psychological pillars that sustain the basis of subjective thought, and at correcting through understanding the mental and neuronal structure of the individual. These lead him to return autonomously to the use and control of his rational thought, obeying to now wider, deeper, and objective meaning, which in turn allows him to increase the quality of his emotional states.

Chapter 1. What is the Ego?

Etymology of the term ego. I exist, therefore I think. The natural ego. The false self. Acquisition of paradigms. The image of oneself. The false personality. The concept of success. Notes on thought. Mathematical logic as mental exercise. Third-party images. Contamination of the human mind. The demographic explosion is growth of more ego. The crust of the artificial ego. About seeing oneself. The mechanism of survival and adaptation. The functioning of artificial intelligence. Pleasure and pain as regulating factors. Imitation is based on survival. Notes on recognition. False personality layers. Biological reproduction. The role of sex in the life of man. Pleasant and unpleasant emotions. Corrosive negative emotions. Neurotransmitters. Chemical and psychological addiction. Vanity. Buddha and the renunciation of suffering. Fear. Arrogance. Self-esteem and pride. The pleasure of power. Analogy of the dirty water puddle. The measure of a man. Selfishness in the human being.

Chapter 5. Objectivity

Comments on objectivity. Impartiality. Obstinacy. The scientific method. The veracity of an idea. The mind as an object of study. The four fundamental obstacles. Study of the incomplete man. About academic psychology. The study of oneself flows from one's own subjectivity. The automatism of man. Thinking cannot start from the unknown. The role of objective schools. Discernment. Self-observation. Self-remembering. It is necessary to think in a new way. Seeing through others. Four independent brains. Types of man. The underdeveloped man. The balanced man. The conscious Man. The objective Man. The study of the universe. The three components of existence. The implication of an origin. A definite intention? Different densities of matter. On aligning towards the direction of evolution. Four states of consciousness. The relativity of reality. Intelligence. Structure of the center of thought. Three basic gradations of intellect. The right and the wrong. Not to hit the mark. On purposes. The purpose of the conscious Man...

Product Details ISBN: 9781079752519
ISBN-10: 107975251X
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: July 10th, 2019
Pages: 258
Language: English