Good Thoughts Words and Deeds

stegi.io 12/01 Good Thoughts Words and Deeds

  • The Zarathustrian philosophy is deeply rooted in the doctrines of Good Thoughts, Good Words and Good Deeds and adherents try to abide by these principles. I refer to this as GGG.
  • A Good Thought is an idea that starts in your consciousness, then your mind forms that thought into action if your consciousness wants that thought to form into physical energy in the cosmos.
  • Here is an example. A kindergarten teacher has a Good Thought to take a group of five-year-olds into a vegetable garden to plant some tomato seedlings; the thought is Good. Then she calls the children together with Good Words joyously announcing the Good Thought, whereupon the exited children follow their leader to execute the Good Deeds of planting the seedlings. The Good Deeds resolve themselves into improving creation by facilitating the production of a future harvest of tomatoes; yes, they are helping God produce food, and that is the Good Deed – they are helping creation.
  • It is so easy in our modern lifestyle to be under stress and have bad thoughts with resultant bad words and bad deeds, resulting in turmoil, so it is hard to maintain a continuous stream of equanimity and GGG. This is especially true if your son won’t get up out of bed when you want him to do so in order to get him to school on time; you actually feel like pulling him by his ear into your stress. That’s when I hum to myself “GGG, get into your WFE”, your WFE being your Withinian Field of Enlightenment, which I will write about in another Blog-Post.

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I imagine stuff. Imagination is the seed of every innovation and the beginning of all knowledge. Every car, boat, bridge and plane originated in imagination. Knowledge or science or physics analyzing how imagined things work can only develop after conception of the imagined things in the minds of those who imagined them. Imagination is thus very important, even although it is simply a fragile indefinable egress of ideas. It is something that cannot be taught or learnt. You cannot get a Doctorate in Imagination from any university, yet universities would not exist without it. Sir George Cayley philosophised about aircraft lift whilst still at school and later published his ideas in the Journal of Natural Philosophy. He then went on to become an engineer to pursue his dreams and to develop his aerofoil concepts. Thus every aircraft that has ever flown has done so because of the dream of a philosopher who later became a scientist to prove his philosophising and to promote the science that proved it. So please treasure philosophy, and if you are in physics, please do not treat it with derision. Some imagination is fiction. On the other hand some postulates cannot be proved to be false. If they cannot be proven false they eventually become fact. This even applies to observations of nature - the theories of evolution and of relativity came out of mind but subsequently proven to the satisfaction of science and physics to be fact and not figment. It is not up to figment to provide statistics and data. That is the domain of the sciences. Thus philosophy comes first and science either proves or disproves it.

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