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What Is a Context?





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(o)>   The Three Most Important Facts of Life      

(o)>   Definition of a Context      


(o)>   The Spider On My Wall    
                 A story about contexts  

(o)>  The Magic Pill Story     
                 A joke in which the change of context is humorous.  

(o)>  Four Major Types of Contexts  




The Three Most Important

Facts of Life

These Two Truths,
       Who You Are and 

           Where You Are 
                  are the two most profound truths
                        you'll ever learn in your entire life.

Now, add The Law of Context and Content and
you have the basic information require
to be, do, have and experience
anything you choose.   

If you intend to move y0ur mind into
Fifth Dimension Consciousness
learning about contexts
is absolutely essential. 



Definition of a Context  



Webster’s Dictionary defines a context as: 
The whole situation, the background or
the environment relevant to
a particular event, personality, creation, etc.   

A context is the environment in which something is or occurs.  
In science, a context is commonly referred to as a field.  

For example, magnets have a area surrounding them
in which they exert an influence upon
metal and other magnets.   
Its magnetic field is ever-present.  
It exerts a force instantaneously,
without any form of physical contact
or obvious mode of transmission. 

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Your consciousness,
your  thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, expectations, etc. 
are similar to a magnet field.  
They create a new context or add to an existing context.   
They affect / alter)  the holographic world you live in.   

Your emotions empower whatever you think about.  
With zero emotions you are simply an observer.  
Add emotions and you give creative power
(the power of holographic existence)
to what you think about.    

When you declare an intention,
that creates a context , 
a container in which you experience your creations. 

Contexts are vitally important because
they control/influence/affect everything within them. 
This is similar to a magnet and its field of influence.   

The Anatomy and the Power of a Context:  
*      Everything occurs within  a context. 
*      Each context is unique.  
*      A context dominates its content.   
*      In accomplishing any and all goals,
            understanding the six elements of a context are critical. 

Six Major Aspects of a Context: 
      What is a context?  
*      What do contexts do?
*      How do they function?   
*      Why are contexts important?  
*      How to change/revise an existing context. 
*      How to intentionally create a new context.  

Before we get into our discussion, let me share a personal experience that may assist you to see more clearly what contexts are and  how they interrelate with each other.



The Spider On My Wall



One evening just as I had settled into my easy chair and my pet cat, Tiger, had taken up his position as exclusive resident on my lap, I noticed a spider crawling along the wall.   Being both tired and contentedly relaxed, I sat, unmoving, watching its progress.   I thought, "Where is it going?  What is it doing?   Is it blindly roaming, or is there a plan in its mind?"   

I thought of the relationship between that spider and myself.   It was doing its thing completely oblivious of the context it was in and the control that I had over its environment, its future, and even its life.   Had my wife, sitting nearby, seen our fellow resident, she would have requested that I capture it and evict it from the only home it has ever been in.   I, on the other hand, simply sat and watched.  

The Hermetic Principle known as Correspondence came to mind --  As above so below;  as within so without.   It occurred to me that in the larger context that we call Source/ Creator/ God-Goddess, I, in all probability, hold a position similar to that which the spider held in my home.   The spider was unaware that it was, at the moment, being watched, that its home, its livelihood, and its very survival were completely in my control.   It was also unaware that with nothing more than a pre-programmed, mechanical reaction I, or any nearby human who saw it, could easily have turned it into mush with its only lingering influence being that of a slight stain on the living room wall.   

I shifted my thought to God and asked,  "What is my relationship to whatever it is the we call God?"   Am I being observed?   Does God care where I crawl or what I do?   Is He/She/It  even aware of my existence?   Could it be that I am merely something that simply happened along God's way to a "somewhere" or a "something" that I know nothing about?  

I looked at the spider and thought:   "I neither need, desire nor expect it to kneel and pray to me.   I don't need a special, spider building dedicated to worshipping me.   I don't need any virgin spider sacrificed, nor do I want any burnt offerings.   I really don't care what the spider does or doesn't do.   And I'm definitely not interested in its sexual habits.  

It occurred to me that what I know about God is about as much as the spider knows about me.  It also occurred to me that in one context I am God and in the other I am the human equivalent of the spider on my wall.   

I continued to sit quietly.  Soon becoming bored contemplating the spider's life,  I reached for the TV remote control and clicked the "on" button.    The spider continued its journey, unnoticed, to who-knows-where.   





The Magic Pill Story



The following story gives us an example of how changing a context changes the meaning of its content.   In this case, the change in context is what makes this story funny.  

A woman was complaining to her friend about her husband's lack of interest in sex.   She said:   "He comes home from work tired and  just wants dinner and a drink.  Then he falls asleep watching TV."  

The friend responded saying, "I've just discovered these magic pills that will turn him on to sex.   Here, take this bottle of pills and secretly slip a pill in his evening drink."  

A few days later, when the two of them met again, the friend asked:   "Did you sneak a pill into his drink?   What happened?."  

The woman replied.   "Yes, I put a pill in his drink and in about ten minutes, he was having sex with me on the living room couch.   I was so excited that the next day, I put two pills in his breakfast coffee."  

The friend said, "Oh oh, I forgot to warn you about that.   What happened?  

She replied, "He stripped off my panties and had sex with me right there on the breakfast table, but that okay.   We were not planning to go back to that restaurant again, any way."




Four Major Types of Contexts 



(1)   The Universal Context 

The largest context, the ultimate context is the sum total of all creation.    What the Universal Context is --  where it came from -- what its true nature is -- how it functions -- and numerous other questions --  are all, from our present, human perspective, unknown and unknowable.   

Christian theology refers to the universe as the product of a superhuman being sitting on a throne in some place above the clouds called heaven.    Although science gives us evidence regarding how the universe functions, it offers no answer to the question of the nature of who or what created the sum total of all that is.   There is no scientific evidence to support the contention that the above-mentioned, Christian perspective of God is correct.   There is significant evidence pointing to the conclusion that the source of the universe is vastly different from the Christian perspective.  In relation to the entirety of Creation,  scientists see Earth as an infinitely small speck of dust.   

While confined in a human body, we can  approach the nature of this context from guess work, from conjecture, from speculation, and/or from belief in fairytale stories made up by our distant ancestors, or we can create a hypothesis about how The Source most likely functions and test it against our experiences.    

The Bottom line is that humans have no control over the Universal Context.   The best thing we can do is understand that the context that we find ourselves in is at the core of who and what we are.   It's at the core of how we live our lives on earth.   This context has certain rules that function with the same precision, consistency, and tenacity as does the law of gravity.   

What we believe about this context is the biggest and most important factor in the lives of every human being on the planet.   
The Grand Truth  
The Vibrating Universe  
Does God Exist   
An Interview with the Devil    

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(2)   The Human Life on Earth Context:  

The next large context is human life on Earth.   It is content within the Universal Context, thus it's controlled by the Universal Context.   With regard to human behavior, Human Life on Earth is a grand and all-inclusive context.   It controls how we function as human beings.   Everything we do is done within both of these contexts.     

Humans have developed religions which attempt to answer the unanswerable questions about these contexts -- questions  such as:  "What is life?"   "Where does it come from?"   "What is the nature of Source/ Creator/ God?"  

Religious leaders are able to offer only faith-based answers to these questions.   Science offers theories using logic, reason, experiment, and experience.   Humans have no control over either of these contexts.  

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(3)   The Collective, Social Context:  

The third, major context that controls our lives is our human-created environment.   It exists within and is controlled by the two larger contexts mentioned above.  It is made up of the social, political, financial, technological, religious, and physical environment that we as humans, have collectively created.   It's what we see when we look at what appears to be outside of ourselves.   As human beings, we each create our own personal context within these three context.  We also participate in creating our collective context.  

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(4)   Our Internal, Personal Context:   

The fourth context, is our internal, invisible, personal context.   It exists within each one of us.   It is content within and controlled by the three larger contexts mentioned above.   

We cannot control the grandest context we call God.  

We cannot control the Human Life on Earth context.  

Although we influence them, we cannot control the human-created, collective context -- (the technology, politics, financial, religious, social or environmental structures in which we live, move and experience ourselves.)  Although we share a common context, we each see that context from our own unique perspective.

The only place where we have any real potential for control is in our personal contexts.  

For each of us, our personal context consists of the belief system within which we live our lives.   It's how we mentally hold and view things.   It's our ground of being, our mental condition, our  mind pattern, our mode of functionality.    It's our way of being who and what we believe ourselves to be.  It's the mental creation, a mental box, (a belief box) within which we create our own experiences. 

Although at times, it may seem impossible, we each have the potential to control our personal lives.   If we choose to actively participate in directing our lives, we must do so within the three, grander contexts mentioned above.  

We must not only understand the contexts within which we create these experiences,  we must at least be familiar with The Three Basic Rules of Reality.     

***We are non-physical beings
      having a human experience.

***We are presently experiencing life in
      Source/ Creator/ God's Holographic Universe.  

***In Source/ Creator/ God's Holographic Universe,
      you, me, and everyone else are great creators.
     We each have the power to create anything
     we choose to be, do, have, express, and/or experience.   
     See the page titled:   How to use the Rules of Reality.     

Because all these factors control our personal contexts, we offer what the evidence tells us are some of the most probable characteristics  of the two grandest contexts  mentioned above.   We refer to our answers as "the most probably reality."  

Another Possibility:  

When we examine the latest findings of Sub-atomic Physics and Quantum Mechanics, such as those expressed in the film, What the Bleep Do We Know, we find that the three grander contexts mentioned above may not be as immutable as we have been led to believe.  

The evidence is pointing to these probable conclusions:  
***   They, too, are a product of our mental creation; 
***   Rather than a single external, physical universe
             that we come along and experience,
             there are multiple universes;
***   We are all part of the grand creation which
              we call Source/ Creator/ God;
***   Everything is energy;
***   Everything we see in the external world
              is a probability and not static physical objects,
***   Physical matter is not real;
***   Consciousness is all there is;
***  Consciousness controls everything;
***   We are each apart of that controlling consciousness;
***   What each of us refers to as "me"
              is an eternal divine being having a human experience, etc.   

The possibilities are simply mind-boggling.  


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(o)>   Page Two  --  Why Contexts Are Important  

(o)>   Page Three  --  Examples of Contexts  

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