Knowledge Corrupts

I have imagined many times that planting an idea in a person’s head must be a rather simple feat… You had just to mention something while carrying a thoughtful conversation with them, and there it would go- directly past the occupied Conscious mind into the deeper realms of the Subconscious.
There’s another way I recently learned but I never figured exactly how or why it would work. I concluded that it is mentally taxing to think for oneself; therefore a mind readily accepts any seemingly complicated but already-chewed idea that you throw at it out of a kind of trust which comes from a very subtle attitude of

It’s a vague feeling I have that critical thinkers eventually come to a point of no return when they stumble upon the fact that the art of thinking bestows great responsibility on those that delve deep into its secrets.

Human nature is a complex affair of intelligent biology and wishful dreaming. Were it only the simpler biology that drove our beings, life would be relatively easy, and the planet a healthier harmony of deterministic interactions. But apparently, a certain amount of organizational complexity (like the lump of neurons in our heads) is seen to give rise to a metaphysical intelligence, often leading to the development of an objective realization of the self. Simply put, as the Earth began to accumulate mass and develop an attractive field around it, so did its eventual inhabitants an intelligence out of simple biological complexity.
his case makes of humans a biological automaton with quite a tendency to become the perpetrator of non-linear activity. From a more thinker-friendly point of view, the whole spectrum of illogical actions and irrational behaviors that our species exhibit is what makes us more human than a chimpanzee.


The faculty of thought is a tool, as to a diver his diving equipment, to map the hidden depths of an ocean that is the thinker’s mind. The point of no return comes when the treasure waiting at the bed is discovered. A diver can never forget about its existence and his own now becomes an unsettling predicament of ‘to claim or not to claim’.
To claim this treasure is to unlock the deepest, most innate characteristics of the human mind that bind each being to the universal breathing undercurrent of life. To claim, therefore, is to understand the core of all existential bliss and agony available in humankind’s experiential spectrum. It is no superpower, but simply a quantum leap in understanding that makes one immensely more accepting of their own nature.
So, to claim this treasure is a first step towards accessing the knowledge that transcends humanity and the microscopic fraction on the cosmic timeline that it occupies.

“Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.” ― C.G. Jung


The treasure is a new insight into the workings of a human being, and therefore, of the human world. It is a beginning to acceptance of Man’s nature as it is. Man’s flaws are nau’t, but simply an expression of his individuality. He needs no saving, but from his own self. Imaginably, acquiring an understanding of this kind can open one’s eyes to a world which can be extremely exploitative and unforgiving towards those who know not of this treasure…

“How do you sell an anti-ageing moisturiser? You make someone worry about ageing. How do you get people to vote for a political party? You make them worry about immigration. How do you get them to buy insurance? By making them worry about everything. How do you get them to have plastic surgery? By highlighting their physical flaws. How do you get them to watch a TV show? By making them worry about missing out. How do you get them to buy a new smartphone? By making them feel like they are being left behind.” ― Matt Haig

A thinker is proficient in the ways of logic and reason. Logic, at its ultimate, has eventually to lead to realizations like the hard-hitting reality of the solitary, incommunicable cranial experience that we call life and how it carries no meaning in itself. In the typical thinker’s mind, unless denial kicks in, such realizations may lead to exaggerated situations. However, rare few people come in terms with this reality and arm themselves with the acceptance of this knowledge. These people possess a kind of power that can severely twist amateur thinkers’ trains of thought.

The Thinker’s Plight

It is a world of lies and invisible oppression that we live in. Our lives are in constant submission to a second-level bluff – we are made to create needs in order to need to fulfil them. We’re probably eventually going to die doing so – there seems to be no escaping this madhouse. So while we’re at it, we might as well explore the only ocean that this neurotic world cannot touch – the unique world of solitude that we all carry within us. It is where the bones of all conspiracy lie. A place where truer knowledge dwells, untainted by the ways of the outside world. A knowledge so powerful for your soul it can either fuel your flame to raging fires or effortlessly blow it out. It is the One Ring that has almost always corrupted its bearers.

Coincidently, when you reach the depths of your own being is when you begin realize how it all began. How vulnerable you were to the slightest ideological influence. How you were distracted from the things that really mattered. How you got tricked into believing in a world you fancied beyond reason and how you were convinced to get into the mindless pursuit of attaining to it. How, unknowingly, you’d put your trust in the hands of everyone but yourself…

At this level of understanding, trust becomes the only reality and slavery and freedom are reduced to levels of intelligent perception.
In the depths of your own self, a metamorphosis happens. You are reborn.


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