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Transcend The Monkey

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Jeffrey Quintero

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Transcend
The Monkey

Rational fundamentalism is the root cause of most of the self-dissatisfactions and relationship conflicts we suffer in our daily lives.
Two Limiting
Mental Conditions
Is there anything
we can do about this?
Today, the evolution of human civilization is being constrained by the lack of a coherent understanding of how the spiritual and the material aspects of
our existence are interconnected.
The most limiting natural conditioning, consequential to lacking this understanding, is what I call:
Four of the most detrimental effects of Dissociate Rational Fundamentalism:
Today, because of rational fundamentalism, we spend countless hours arguing who's right and who's wrong about what's good and what's bad, without the possibility of progress.
Dissociate Rational Fundamentalism is the attempt to use reasoned right vs. wrong explanations to resolve our good vs. bad emotional conflicts.
1) Our current existential paradigm says that life flows from past to present to future. This produces an unreal sense of a "static" present. Life does not have a "static" state of existence. Living is the "dynamic" process of how our — potential emerges into our actual presence—. Our subconscious sense that the present is "static" does not allow us to acknowledge that what we argue about is already in the past and nothing can be done about it.
2) Our need to self-defend — being good and not being bad — arise from our survival instincts, exerted naturally and subconsciously without any rational control.
Here is the key awareness expanding insight..

We cannot solve the emotional good vs. bad costs of our subconscious reactions using rational right vs. wrong explanations, because these emotions are naturally triggered by our survival instincts before they show up in our reasoning minds.
So, in a way, we are not yet...

"Fully Aware Rational Beings"

We are more like...

"Intellectual Monkeys"
Yes We Can!
By becoming aware that our instinctive emotional reactions emerge naturally from our subconscious prior to our rational explanations, we can consciously practice letting go of the energy of our primal emotions and choose NOT to react to our survival instincts when it no longer is really necessary.
Let's us this Consciousness Practice to...
We engage in rational fundamentalism because we are not conscious of what triggers the need to argue. Much less are we aware that we are arguing about what is already in the past.
"Transcend The Monkey"
An awareness expanding exercise that shows how using Qualence will help us evolve our selves
This is how and why to...
..is a sinple yet profound
awareness exercise
for evolving our selves!

Spiritual
Moral
Ethical
Social
Material
Cultural
Emotional
Personal
Singular
Individual
Collective
Plural
Local
Internal
External
Global
Qualence
Jeffrey Quintero
Philosopher
Architect of Qualence
What is
the problem?
What is the limitation?
What are
the global
effects?
What is
Dissociate Rational
Fundamentalism?
What are
the personal
effects?
Why do
we engage in
Rational
Fundamentalism?
FIRST:

A false sense of a
"static present state"
of existence.
SECOND:

Our "instincts" are
NOT "rational"
...will enable us to corealize
the whole value of our humanity
in a whole new way!
This is how and why using...
Qualence
The Quality Emergent Lifeview
So what?
Transcend The Monkey
What are the bases for
Dissociate Rational Fundamentalism?
Global Terrorism from Religious Exclusivism
Academic Nihilism from Scientific Physicalism
Political Atrophy from Cultural Antagonism
Obsesive Consumerism from Economic Materialism

Intuitions
Instincts
Emotions
Reasons
Actions
Transactions
Interactions
Intentions
"Dissociate Rational Fundamentalism"
("Rational Fundamentalism" for short)
What is it for?
After learning to orient one's awareness through the eight perspectives, Qualence serves as a Cognitive Tool for studying how our consciousness and willingness elements interact to produce our behavior
An Existential Framework that expands our dual (subjective vs. objective) view of life into eight different perspectives corresponding eight universal type of values for humanity.
Qualence
What is it?
Spiritual
Moral
Ethical
Social
Material
Cultural
Emotional
Personal
SUBJECTIVE
Intra-Subjective
Inter-Subjective
Trans-Subjective
OBJECTIVE
Intra-Objective
Inter-Objective
Trans-Objective
An awareness expanding exercise
that shows how Qualence will serve us in evolving our selves
Singular
Individual
Collective
Plural
Local
Internal
External
Global
(Quality+Existence)
Qualence
Holarchy of Values
Spiritual
Moral
Ethical
Social
Material
Cultural
Emotional
Personal
SUBJECTIVE
Intra-Subjective
Inter-Subjective
Trans-Subjective
OBJECTIVE
Intra-Objective
Inter-Objective
Trans-Objective
Singular
Individual
Collective
Plural
Local
Internal
External
Global
Maslows's Hierarchy of Needs
What is it?
What is it for?

HUMAN
HUMANITY
CONSCIOUSNESS
WILLINGNESS
Spiritual
Moral
Ethical
Social
Material
Cultural
Emotional
Personal
Singular
Individual
Collective
Plural
Local
Internal
External
Global

Intuitions
Instincts
Emotions
Reasons
Actions
Transactions
Interactions
Intentions
CONSCIOUSNESS
WILLINGNESS
KNOWING
HAVING
BEING
DOING
Behavior Currencies
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