673. (Advanced)  Koans and The 'Wrong Whys'

The deeper reason why a 'wrong why' can badly trip up a Being will usually not become apparent until a Being finds itself actually in a state that is unfettered by body sensations and emotions:

 even though it now pervades a certain space
 cleanly, it cannot easily leave this space.

Not only that, it will _recreate_ body emotions very easily, especially if it does not clean up its spiritual emotions immediately and thoroughly.

Thus, it can find itself very quickly in the very same situation it was in before - having only sweet memories left of the state of Being unchained to a physical body.

What is it that is binding a Being into a certain space even though there are no detectable chains left?

The answer is so surprisingly simple that it could easily escape the recognition of a Being in this state, especially since the nearly overwhelming and profound happiness in such a state may not compel the Being to look any further, thus risking the loss of this very state.

As a general rule, suggestions as to events or sequences and its solutions are minimized in this 'Little Purple  Notebook'.

This is done in order to allow the Being to find its own solutions for and by itself and to thereby stay clear of any tendencies or temptations for any kind of indoctrination.

Exceptions from this rule are justified when a resolving process of a 'higher' level can also be run on a 'lower' level and thus aid breakthroughs other states of consciousness.

The answer to the question why Beings are still locked to bodies even though they can permeate space without the obstructions of 'charge' or 'manifested case', lies in the phenomenon of the 'wrong why' and any easement from the bulk of 'wrong whys' can greatly assist a further expansion of a Being even on levels that are much 'lower' than one that allows a clean permeation of space.

A 'wrong why' denotes a confusion of Being that it needs to resolve before moving further.

If the confusion contains 'impossible' premises than the Being is spell-bound forever after it encountered the confusion.

A double-bind of the mind occurs at the very moment the Being tries to employ the mind to resolve the issue(s). Since the mind is being bound to  the body for a human Being, the Being is bound to the vicinity of his/her body.

However, there are no 'charges' or other obstructions visible. The compulsion to refocus exclusively onto the mind (and thus onto the body) cannot be isolated within those levels of consciousness that are accessible to the human mind. Thus, a catch-22 situation arises.

This double-bind can sometimes be (temporarily) deactivated by duplicating the mechanism of the double-bind without creating a new confusion:

This is how the 'koan' is working: by contemplation and permeation of a situation that is rationally seen to be an impossibility to begin with, the mind will not be lured into a confusion while, at the same time, the mechanism of the double-bind is being activated (or 'dramatized').

This can result in a more or less thorough dismantling of the double-bind mechanism.

Unfortunately, the 'one-shot' of a Koan will only work for a limited time if it happens at all. Unless the underlying mechanism as such is recognized super-consciously, the double-bind will be reestablished over time.

Why is this phenomenon called a 'wrong why'?

The formulation of a confusion using human language results in a 'why' question. As long as the Being _can_ find an acceptable solution, there is no problem with a 'why' question: all sciences are based on the faculty of the human mind to pose this question 'why'.

The problem arises if a Being cannot possibly arrive at an acceptable solution because of an inherent structural impossibility of a given scenario.

Any solution it will come up with must necessarily be wrong. It is therefore a 'wrong why' situation in two senses:

 - it was wrong to ask 'why' in the first place
   because there was no possible answer;

 - any answer to such a question will be 'wrong'
   no matter what. Thus an incorrect 'reason' for
   something is assumed and the lie inherent in
   this pseudo-answer will guarantee the persistence
   of the problem or question.

The threshold of impossibility within a scenario may differ from Being to Being. Thus some people _seem_ to be less vulnerable than others. However, this is very often more due to protection mechanisms of the individual mind rather than its freedom from stuckness on unanswerable questions.

'Wrong whys' are resolved by finding the time/space the question was asked in the first place. The 'wrong why', however, is out (or 'above') time and space.

To sever the connections to time/space, the _duration_ of the 'wrong whys' must be viewed as well.

Only then can the Being shift its meta-focus to another time/space continuum (and thus become independent from the current body and its vicinity).

This processing is happening at an extremely 'high' level of the Being's emanations, far beyond the goals and emotions it can perceive in its current life continuum. It is of an extraordinary subtleness
because force of any kind will lock the Being right back into the prior paradigm(s).

It can nevertheless done partially at 'lower' levels, especially as an extension of 'Uncertainty Processing.

In such a context, it can work as a dramatic booster, and, very much like a successful koan, it may at times catapult a person outside its self-made web of delusion entirely.

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