(the explanation of why)
To those who already have a
decent grasp of the concepts that are taught on this website,
simplicity is generally all that is needed. But in the case of most
others who are just learning for the first time it's quite often
helpful to reformat and recontextualize the words so that the exact
same thing is being said repeatedly, just in different words. A person
may understand one sentence but not understand a different sentence
that means the exact same thing. Different people's brains work in
different ways and it's helpful to cater to as many people as possible.
Some people learn and pick up information best by seeing, others by
hearing, others by doing. These last few sentences are a perfect
example of recontextualization. Yes, the intention is to keep things
simple, but not overly simple so that details are missed and people are
left with confusion. The blanks must be filled.
should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." - Albert
"Conflict is resolved within the mind of
the reader by means of recontextualization, which solves the dilemma.
Argument and adversity are resolvable by identifying the
positionalities of the ego, which are the basis of human suffering." -
Back cover of David R. Hawkin's books
"This book is,
therefore, oxymoronic in style, as it's written to facilitate both
so-called left- and right-brain comprehension. In actuality, human
beings come to know things by pattern recognition--the easiest way to
grasp an entirely new concept is by familiarity. This kind of
understanding is encouraged by a style of writing characterized by
"closure." Instead of using only sparse adjectives or examples to
express thoughts, concepts are instead run out and completed by use of
repetition. The idea is then "done," and the mind is left at ease." -
David R. Hawkins (Power vs. Force)
and thanks to David Hawkins and That which works through "him", which
is the same that works through all, because It is All. The only
difference is the degree to which we choose and allow It to become us.
The first step is to simply ask. Simple, no?
Gloria in Excelsis Deo.