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  • Type: SeTi
  • Development: l--l
  • Attitude: Directive

CT makes me think about Matter over Mind instead of Mind over Matter.

When you take away the mind and soul I know of nothing else that would remain except for the way CT describes Jung’s functions and energetics… and perhaps some brain mapping on the side. What is this human machine capable of when you get yourself out of the way? Even more interesting… what happens when you reintegrate yourself in just the right way and let your function propel you to the greatest heights? Exactly how far will the sum be greater than it’s parts?

Not to mention: Keso made some highly intriguing points that I resonate with on a surprisingly near fully conscious level.

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