Conflict

Judgement is what causes all non-natural psychological and bodily responses. We then blame that response for what we feel without questioning the judgement that caused it. Our anger, depression and recurring thoughts are responding to our own judgement. The hypotheses of Medical Science look to identify the cause of the symptoms collectively called ‘disease’. The symptoms are the effect of our own judgement or the judgement of others existing within our minds as universal beliefs. The effects of our judgement are the symptoms we experience.

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Anger

Anger results from the possession of an ordinarily calm mind by a thought or belief. These thoughts and beliefs are trespassers. The loss of temper is our consciousness jumping out a vehicle that we are driving before it has stopped. The vehicle is the instrument that is the body. We may not be in control but we still retain responsibility for where we go and what damage we do. When anger takes control of the perspective the whole mind is controlled by anger. The body is a vehicle that can create or destroy. We can be replaced in any moment by our anger.

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