Our mind does not see, it perceives. Perception works by projecting meaning to define our experiences. Our body’s chemistry responds according to how we define what we perceive. We may perceive news of someone saving a baby from a burning building differently to news about someone who violently attacks a child. ‘Perceptually induced chemical responses’ can vary dramatically. Our definitions for what we feel when we perceive experience can include the terms ‘happy’, ‘enjoyment’, ‘bored’, ‘numb’, ‘uneasy’, ‘anxious’, ‘fear’ and ‘terrified’.
We can’t think creativity into existence because our thoughts are prejudiced by our perception. An idea can stimulate creative thought. Our thoughts come. Our thoughts are not created exclusively by us. This is because when we believe what we have been educated to believe our thoughts are constrained by those limitations. What we have been educated to believe is what creates our belief system. If we have beliefs our thoughts will be prejudiced by those beliefs. Our beliefs create thoughts to vigilantly interpret our ideas to ensure they do no usurp the power of the beliefs.
Greed, selfishness and guilt are the behavioural expression of demons disguised as concepts. It is these demons which are the cause of our anger, violence, addiction, selfishness and rage. They exist in all or none. When the demons controlling us were about to be discovered they created concepts to project the cause of their control over us to be those concepts. Those who are controlled by demons project the source of their uncompassionate urges in order to avoid detection. This is done in order that we only see what is defined by phenomenon or concepts.