A Message from The Seer ~
Question from Denise L:
If an OO successfully sheds his or her personality, can we assume that all occlusions and blind spots are eliminated? Or would you still have occlusions inherent of being an individuation?
I have recently created a post (I believe it may have been posted on the OO website) that explains the function of the assemblage point in creating a mutually experienced reality with others. But although the assemblage point is more or less in the same position in order to assemble a collectively experienced reality, there are nevertheless slight variations in its position that account for differences in perspective and taste. This is the first contributing factor that creates unique perspectives.
The second factor that shapes perspective and worldviews, is the life experiences we have designed for ourselves, as well as the personal identities that we have allowed to define us.
Although masters seek to master the first factor by moving the assemblage point at will, which allows them to experience different realities, most do not manage to accomplish this (because it requires reaching an absolute cessation of the dialog of the mind).
The elimination of the second factor (programmed living), however, is within reach of even a novice on the road to mastery— but this does not mean that most members of society would even attempt to eliminate it.
In the post on the Diary that you are referring to, I pointed out that everything that exists serves a purpose, or else it wouldn’t exist at all. Even the folly of man serves a purpose: to contribute to shaping perspectives through which individuals view life.
The Seer’s Notes:
Personality is the cloak behind which individuals hide their authenticity. It’s learned behavior; a coping mechanism (a vehicle used by individuals to navigate their way through the challenges of life). It is but another form of personal identity — something that traps the awareness and stifles potential and that must be avoided through self-examination and tracing the originating cause of our actions.