The Power of Hi!
AI Requires Human intelligence! to power it.
I'm so not into writing about hot topics, but artificial intelligence has risen, unleashing new paths of creativity and thinking. I hope that people will realize that it requires Human Intelligence — Hi! — to power it.
Garbage In, Garbage Out
Same as it ever was. Whatever you believe, you will manifest. Believe that you need to take a Prompt Engineering course? Then take one. Better yet is to just start a dialog with whatever AI platform you like for your own purposes. It absolutely will be helpful, but recognize that AI doesn't exist without Hi!
AI is knowledge, and knowledge is limited. Imagination is more important. Ultimately what AI is for me is going to be totally different that what it is for you. Reason: beliefs; same as it ever was.
As you interact with people and AI in your every day life, you are actually activating your quantum energy fields which merely repeats your familial belief patterns (epigenetics). Every single person manifests according to their epigenetic beliefs. Interacting with AI is no different, but for those with PTSD issues, it can be a blessing since you don't have to interact with other's negative quantum states. Empaths will especially enjoy this.
Don't expect human intelligence qualities from AI such as love, joy, and peace. I know you won't but I feel that it's worth noting that you are as happy as you make up your mind to be. Even so, we humans have this amazing power to positively impact the lives of anyone at any given point in time. A smile, a nod of acknowledgement, a kind compliment.
What some call spirituality, I call quantum physics. We're saturated in palpable but invisible energy fields too small to be seen. People like to call it God. God as an entity is problematic. God as a proxy describing quantum physics makes a lot more sense.
What you say to another person contains immense power. We physically manifest whatever we say when we believe what we say and say what we believe. The big mistake I see repeated almost every single day of my life is Christians who believe that there can be no good in the world unless one believes in God. This belief is one of the oldest beliefs in the world.
Christians repeat what they read in the Bible as if it were some magic spell (which it can be) and it falls dead on arrival because all that language and the obedience model wore out its welcome thousands of years ago. Thus it just doesn't have an impact anymore. In this sense, religion is very much Artificial Spirituality. It's never going to be the real thing.
Everyone should read the Book of Esther. It never mentions God. It's an excellent example of how to read the Bible. One Woman Doing Good vs. One Man Plotting Genocide.
Esther consistently finds favor with the King, becomes Queen, and thwarts the arrogant plans of Haman who thinks he can get away with murder and winds up being hung on the gallows that he constructed. It works this way for every single human ever born: we each co-create our reality.
I feel pretty stupid having to write that because people seem to believe that only Godly people can do right. Maybe that's just me talking about my next door neighbor, an openly Evangelical Christian who mocked me the other day. Who taught them to treat others who don't believe exactly as they do? Their pastor, of course. The venomous words he spoke shocked me, and then I just let that go. What's the use of letting someone ruin your moment or steal your joy?
Matthew 7 amazes me by clearly describing how each person’s quantum energy can be expressed. In verses 22 and 23, Jesus describes people who casts out demons by speaking but ultimately they didn't do it out of love. I think the phrase ‘lawlessness’ refers to people who don't practice the greatest command to love their neighbor as their self. ‘Do unto others’ sums up the power of quantum energy we each have.
My neighbor most certainly didn't say anything out of love or he would've known that the day is coming where someone will mock him. People call that karma. The problem I have with karma is the same one I have with externalizing everything to make it about God as if I have no control over my Self. Nope, I side with Esther: sk the Universe what to do, seek out options, put in the effort to come up with a solution.
Casting out demons is an example of positively affecting another person's quantum state of existence. It's one of several types of miracles that each human can facilitate. Demons can be any negative quantum energy state where a person hurts self and others. Extreme PTSD is best understood as being a controlled by one's original trauma (The Body Keeps The Score) where one is helpless against stimuli that triggers the traumatic negative energy. This negative energy state is stored in the body and always leads to harm to self and others.
Paralyzed By Thought
The paralytic of Capernaum was paralyzed by the Phariseean belief that only bad things happen to people who sin. Every single person every single day without fail physically manifests whatever they believe. And if you don't believe that to be the case, then you physically manifest that disbelief and act accordingly, thereby creating more of the same.
Beliefs and disbeliefs work exactly the same way. Beliefs cause you think that everything you believe is true, and to believe that everything you think is true. Epigenetics merely uses science to reveal that beliefs are transferred genetically. You can't change your genes, just the expression of it. What you feel, think, and do is so remarkably similar to your 4 grandparents.
The paralytic's 4 friends brought him to Jesus who healed the root cause of his paralysis: believing that it was the result of having done something bad which he may very well have done. Doesn't matter because he felt terrible about it and it physically manifested in his body.
The remedy for sin back then was obedience and asking God for forgiveness. Apparently, the paralytic couldn't bring himself to ask God for forgiveness. Jesus diagnosed it the instant the man was brought to his attention.
“When Jesus saw their faith, He said to the paralytic, “Son, your sins are forgiven you.””
Jesus responded to the faith/trust that the 4 men demonstrated. I think they had heard through the grapevine that Jesus was facilitating miracles left and right in the Capernaum area, looked at their friend and thought, ‘Why not?’. Four men who took a chance for their friend. Why not?
Saying that the paralytic's sins are forgiven changed his quantum state, allowing him to shed the burden placed by the Pharisees who placed themselves at the top of an artificial hierarchy that created their wealth. Sensing their thinking that Jesus was committing blasphemy to their faces — he was according to their arbitrary rules but not according to Leviticus 19:9-18 — Jesus reveals their con game: what's easier, to heal the cause of the man's paralysis or address the symptoms in exchange for money?
Money was the Pharisees‘ game. It's how they created their wealth. They stashed it in their bank known as the holy of holies where only they were allowed. See Matthew 23 for Jesus‘ take down of their depraved corruption. Ouch!
This is but one of scores of examples of the power of love, aka quantum mechanics, that each of us is capable of facilitating. Don't believe me? Every moment of every day you make people and yourself feel a certain way. And they remember it as you, too, remember how people made you feel.
Jesus said that we not only have this power but we can actually do greater works than he did.
Contextually, the corruption of the Pharisees is the same as the perversion of contemporary Evangelical Christian leaders. They'd never admit that you don't need them, that you don't have to believe in God, Jesus, Santa Claus nor the Easter Bunny and Willy Wonka. You just have to believe, speak it, and it will be done for you.
And if you don't believe that, then fine by me. I can't change your mind or your beliefs. All I can do is what I've always done: give people a different perspective on how beliefs work that isn't tied to thousands years old linguistics, epigenetics, and environmental contexts.