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On Desire (note to self)

This is a particularly difficult topic. I haven't gained the benefit of anyone else's understanding of it, so I'm just going to write the concepts several different ways. They all say the same thing. If you're not reading it that way it's because I'm not the best writer. Sorry, self!

1. Among processes in focusing verisimilitude is the identification of similarities, or approximations, of desire.* Desire informs orientation of coordinates used by corpus to determine its relationships to active consensuses. When information influences a consensus, a consensual structure modifies to include any new datricies it validates. New and differing structures, at their bases, inform inclined structures. Inclined structures expand capacities to include new validating structures, strengthening consensus and corpus thereby.

If you're unsure of what you want, no matter whether it's the most intense of any serious, or least of any casual, desire, just consider the above. It's pedantic, but it'll get to the point, and then your body will probably just figure it out from there.

*Desire is a mental interpretation of corpus to the extent it's not imposed and informed by a projection of externality/ies. To the extent I realize time, the interpretation is an approximation. To the extent I realize corpus' eternal structure, interpretation is calibrated. Everything in between is corpus' continuing structure, which allows for such interpretation.

2. Here's where mindfulness helps: The more a consensus influences desires, the less verisimilitude focuses, though not necessarily vice versa. This concept explains spirituality as simply as possible. Accordingly, practice focusing verisimilitude causes corpus to respond to the desires of the mind and those of itself, as assigned by the mind*, which fortifies corpus. Each desire is accommodated. The body's experience can confirm, and thereby conform, to any such structure it desires as to any consensus.

*The level of agency over one's mind can be identified through an analysis of whether or not the actions of a body, as it responds to corporeal desire, as informed and fortified, align with those of a separate and distinct intention consensus. Using a term like "mind" allows me to approximate this with at least enough accuracy for this blog. There's more to it; it's a giant paraphrase.

Focusing verisimilitude temporarily ignores, but is informed and guided by, consensus in relation to desire toward identification of self. Knowledge propounded therethrough further informs and validates consensus, fortifying corpus. The more fortified the corpus, the more efficiently knowledge propounds, and the less attenuated focus becomes while strengthening consensus. As newly propounded knowledge informs consensus, it improves and results in shift(s) toward improving conditions for desire with respect to its coordinating and responsive datricies.

3. If we're looking at the forest, social nature provides numerous consensuses; each passive. Consensus structures that do not immediately conform to propounded knowledge that they validate are simply absorbed therethrough, and the consensus structures that then conform to what they have newly absorbed thereby allow for such, with or without latency, as the case may be depending on the nuance of the desire affecting itself in response to its applicable consensus structure.

Don't let the small stuff fool you into mis-identification of your own desires. Doing so avoids them temporarily and disintegrates corpus. (Orpheus either turned around or he didn't. If post-modern art has taught humanity anything it's that the basis of the reliance upon allegory that destroys brings opportunities toward alterative possibilities. Think about it for a moment.)

No consensus structure can understand desire entirely because consensus structures are moving targets through time dimensions that, at their bases, are informed through survival of corpus. However, only the body affects corpus through mind's* operation; consensus is not solely corporeal, and does not...necessarily.

*See supra.

4. Verisimilitude, in part, identifies intellectually connective nuances. Identify nuance if you're looking for something to do. Once a consensus structure defines it own survival using more expansive parameters than it would have a current capacity to process and therefore understand, its survival expands therethrough, which then results in greater sustainability of its own structure.

Consensus structures that exclude their validated concepts fail by virtue of their own rules while attempting to impose them. Imposition conceptually destroys active consensus. So, by all means, if you don't like something, identify the nuance that has already destroyed its possibility, and recalibrate such consensus however you'd like using corporeal, and not the body's, desire. Or just get some popcorn and watch as others impose views on each other that destroy their own consensuses. It's not pleasant, but it's something to do with yourself at least.

Alternatively said, living lies, whether or not understood, destroys corpus. Being oneself fortifies it.

5. It is possible to de-validate belief and reassign any related datricies into knowledge, understanding, realization, genuity, and other further validating concepts. If you want to; your call.

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