maandag 16 december 2013

comments about the full life 8 | (conditioned identity - bound dependency, that is non-binding) (fixed identity)

This is the eighth post of a series of nine: comments about the full life. On the startpage of the nine posts there is a short introduction to the series. Also there are nine links, 
one to each of the posts, and nine links, one to each of the nine video realizations.

The bonds of youth are characterized by bound dependency.
As anyone who needs postnatal care in order to stay alive, you developed a conditioned identity in your youth.
Of the entity that is you, this is the first identification as a worldly I.

This conditioned identity is the total of learned and reacting patterns of thinking, patterns of feeling and patterns of behaving.
The entity that is you lives in a state of dependence with the caregivers.
This bound dependency of the youthful bond can be binding or non-binding.

Non-binding is the bound dependency of childhood, when there is lack of love in the situation of your upbringing.
As a child you receive no confirmation of the entity that is you, so the possibility is high that your primary worldly I loses touch with your birth condition.

As for anyone who has developed a conditioned identity, after the biological stage of youth is over, a second identification of the entity that is you as worldly I is essential.
In order to progress to the mature state of unbound dependency.
This unbound dependency of the adult bond is always binding.
(So you can know and can be known.)
When the bound dependency of youth was non-binding, the practice of this second identification is an evaluation of your first identification, a break with your first identification, and replacing your conditioned identity by your appropriate cultural identity.

A conditioned identity, which as initiation into adulthood has not been evaluated by the entity that is you, becomes a fixed identity.
If you developed a conditioned identity in which the contact with your birth condition has been lost, you will remain a flawed child, until the entity that is you has managed to deal with the pain, which forms the basis of this loss.
As long as this is not the case, the bound dependency that is non-binding remains intact and each bond entered into will also be characterized by a bound dependency that is non-binding.

Bound dependency that is non-binding is the hallmark of the bond of an addict with a stimulant.
Taking is the onedirectional attitude of the non-binding bond the addict has with the stimulant.
For the addicted individual being in your life stays out of reach, until the entity that is you has managed to break away from the distorting conditionings that prevent you to be known and to know.

In your youth the entity that is you was beaten by your conditioned identity and to mature, the entity that is you will have to defeat your fixed identity.

Because the fixed identity consists of patterns, it is in sphere 1 - the material sphere of the full life - that the entity that is you detaches itself from frustrations, neuroses, traumas, and so on.
Or, that the entity that is you breaks down your fixed identity and replaces it by an appropriate cultural identity.
The entity that is you does this by using instruments that have been developed and that are available in this sphere.
So that the informations from sphere 2 to sphere 7 of the full life (which remain available to the entity that is you) are being caught in forms, that your fixed identity can understand.

The more motivated the entity that is you is, to confront the causes of the blockage and to relive these with the innocence of a newborn, the more accurate will be the forms that pass on the informations to your fixed identity.

The mature state is reached when the entity that is you has developed a cultural identity, that is most appropriate to give expression to your transit identity.
If you as an adult have not acquired this state of unbound dependency at the moment of death, then you go on to the realms of death as an unidentified entity.

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