Candice O’Denver – The Resolution of Data in Open Intelligence

The more powerful open-intelligence commitment is in your life, the less data are noticed, until finally there are just a few data that might be the subject of attention now and then. Finally, though, even those data are outshone beyond notice, and instead there is profound and pervasive open intelligence as well as a comprehensive overview into the nature of existence.

Candice O’Denver – Opening Intelligence

In the introduction to open intelligence, less and less do we feel like we’re compacted inside a skin line, like a trash compactor takes all that trash and compacts it into a lump. By the power of open intelligence, less and less do we feel like a trash compactor, where we’ve compacted all these ideas that have been presented to us about what life is. In that we’re these little flesh units with our own little operating system called a brain—that is not true! We are always and forever fueled by open intelligence, by the vast expanse of open intelligence. Our primary identity is open intelligence; it’s not the wiggly-woggly body stuff, no matter what kind of nonsense has been pounded into us.

Open intelligence is primary, and by challenging ourselves in that way to really know open intelligence as primary, we’re able to do anything we want to do. Whatever we do is of benefit to all. We’re not in the trash compactor anymore. I don’t have a trash compactor, but I’ve seen them in the past, and it has seemed like a good metaphor/simile for the way that we train ourselves. We are not victims to what we have learned from society; we are not victims. We give up our right to be a victim. We give up our right to be a victim of this hounding training presented to us. If we watch TV or very much media at all, including the Internet, this hounding activity is one of excessive negativity. Excessive negativity. When we take responsibility for our own open intelligence, we see that we have complete responsibility; nothing can make us feel negative. We choose whether or not we feel negative. Period.

For many people coming up against that excessive negativity that is so obvious in many places, like the cable news channels and sites on the Internet and just the very low level of humanness exhibited on many sites on the Internet that are joined by hundreds of millions of people, the very low level of humanness compared to what we can actually be, it’s really important to step up, speak out, stand out and say, “You can think you are whoever you think you are, but that’s not who I think I am.” We as human beings hold the knowledge of the entire universe within our intelligence in a usable way. That is a very powerful being—who holds the knowledge of the entire universe in a usable way. There is no other critter like that.

Accessing that knowledge is another thing entirely. If we stay in the trash compactor, then we can’t access a lot of that knowledge that’s available to us. But if we challenge ourselves to be as we are, then we access the knowledge that is available to us.

Just by the acknowledgement of open intelligence, we reinforce the entire species; we reinforce our ability to heal all the problems that we’ve caused on our planet, in our beautiful habitat. It gives us the ability to really find the solution to those problems, rather than to keep bumping our heads up against a glass ceiling, trying to find solutions but never really finding them, while in the meantime the planet and entire species hurls towards extinction. It’s up to us who have created the problem to solve the problem, and we have the ability to solve the problem in open intelligence that gives us access to our most comprehensive intelligence. Open intelligence alone gives us access to the most comprehensive intelligence, whereby we can solve problems that have never been solved before. This is what the term “open-ended knowledge creation” means. This is what the term “open-ended benefit creation” means. It’s our very own open intelligence and the acknowledgement and decisive experience of that, obvious at all times. Whether or not it is obvious at all times is entirely up to each one of us. Period. Exclamation point.

Introduction to open intelligence, which everyone here already has, a hundred percent commitment. How many here have a one hundred percent commitment to open intelligence? Okay, great. With those two: introduction and one hundred percent commitment, assurance comes—assurance of open intelligence, assurance of the Four Mainstays lifestyle. Assurance is like cutting off a finger. When you cut off a finger, it’s gone forever; that’s it, a direct slice. That’s what assurance of open intelligence is too—a direct slice with reified thinking.

Reification is mentioned in the text today. Reification simply means giving each datum or any set of data an independent nature, thinking that they have power, influence, a nature of their own that is separate or apart from open intelligence. That is what reification means. As we absolve ourselves of reification through our own acknowledgement of what we really are—exalted open intelligence rather than all these parties of data we’ve entertaining—we find ourselves more and more at ease, not only with ourselves, but with everyone around us. Open intelligence is where it’s at!

The great support for open intelligence where it’s at exists in the algorithm of the Four Mainstays, which are: the short moments of open intelligence; the trainer, who is someone in whom open intelligence is obvious at all times; the training, which is written from the perspective of open intelligence, in other words the training isn’t written from the perspective of an individual trying to exalt or glorify themselves, make themselves prestigious or better known. The text is written for the benefit of all, strictly for the benefit of all. The text comes forward for the benefit of all. Then there is the worldwide community—all the practitioners who live on all continents in almost all countries who today are practicing the Four Mainstays lifestyle. We all support each other in this way.

Often, if you’re a newcomer, or sometimes even if you’ve been around a while, it’s a wonderful to know that there are so many other people who are practitioners of open intelligence. As you hang around a little longer, you’ll hear the stories of some of the people, or if you listen to the videos and audios on the website. You hear the actual stories of people, and then it’s a lot easier to relate to letting everything be as it is, rather than getting into that data, mixing it up and trying to make a reality out of it when it’s just a total fantasy world. You can do it if you want to, but if you talk to me about it, I’m not going to help you.

I see there are people here today who are have many different kinds of lifestyles, from being single to being partnered with one or more people. What we find in open intelligence and in living a Four Mainstays lifestyle is that the love and appreciation for whatever kind of lifestyle we have grows, and we see how to be with that lifestyle in new ways, so that we can allow everything to be as it is and to love more—to love more, to love more than we ever thought possible.

 

Candice O’Denver – The Power of Role modeling

Through the comprehensive map of education that Balanced View has put together—put together by the Balanced View Team—we come to see ourselves as we actually are rather than as we were told we are. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?

And still it took us a long time to memorize all this stuff. It took a very long time to memorize it and hold it all in place. However, it takes a much shorter time to let it be as it is. Why? Because one is aligned with reality and the other isn’t. One is aligned with complete fallacy—in other words the idea that we’re damaged goods—and the other is aligned with reality, reality as it really is.

Since we haven’t really had much training in reality as it really is, we can only check it out within ourselves. It’s just like after being introduced to open intelligence, checking it out, seeing if it works. The first time the introduction to open intelligence takes place, there is a change, and it is a feel-good change. It is a change of immediate benefit, which should be the only aim of any philosophy. That’s my bias: the only aim of any philosophy should offer immediate benefit. So, we’re charged with that immediate benefit. It exists; we no longer suffer from the lack of education in its nature. Then we notice that each time we get into a troublesome or problematic situation, if we rely on open intelligence, when we’ve been introduced to it, we just rest naturally, rest body and mind completely, we notice that there’s more immediate benefit.

It is a change of immediate benefit, which should be the aim, the only aim of any philosophy; that’s my bias. The only aim of any philosophy should offer immediate benefit.

We’re charged with that immediate benefit. It exists; we no longer suffer from a lack of education in its nature, and then we notice that each time we get into a troublesome or problematic situation, if we rely on open intelligence, what we’ve been introduced to, if we just rest naturally, rest body and mind completely, we notice that there is more immediate benefit. The immediate benefit is self-kept. We don’t have to get a bunch of it together and hold onto it forever. It is self-kept. This is simply a matter of acknowledgment of reality. We are acknowledging reality; reality already is what it is. It already is kept, it already is self–kept; it’s just a matter of us acknowledging it and realizing it. It’s very simple. It has to work for each one of us and we have to see its benefits. We have to see its benefits deeply and profoundly in the changes in our lives.

I was speaking a little bit earlier about the importance of intelligence to our speech. We can notice that the changes in our intelligence, in our mind, as it grows to be more beneficial to us, and then we can notice the influence it has on our speech, that there are things that we say that we didn’t say before, ways we speak that we did not speak before, things that we said that we no longer say. This is more very powerful evidence of us as a very special creature, or whatever you want to call us. Our body, we see that our body engages in life in a new way. What does that mean? It means everything. We’re a lot more conscious of what’s going on with our body, and we realize things like that we’ve had aches and pains all our life. That when we go home from work and we say, “I had a backache all day,” that is literally impossible, to have backache all day. If we sat there all day long, every single second saying, “I have a backache,” we’d end up in Napa! That’s a place in California, but there’s a place like it in Colorado, I’m sure.

It’s based on what we find within ourselves that we have access to—qualities and activities that we have never entertained before. We haven’t entertained them because we have just gone along with what has been told to us. We have accepted that we are not okay and that we need to spend our entire life making ourselves okay, that if we have a bad thought we better not indulge it; we better avoid it or replace it with another thought. The same with emotions, sensations, and other experiences—never or almost never are we told to leave everything as it is. To just let it be as it is, that this is actually the fuel of our own beneficial potency, no matter how it has been defined in the past by the Oxford Dictionary or Miriam Webster, whoever it is. That is a very limited range of definition of data. Data is beneficial potency; it is the power of open intelligence. We can only find that it is the power of open intelligence, in other words the power of our own self, by letting it be as it is. Otherwise, we’ll always be crammed down in that little definition in the dictionary. If we let it be as it is, it opens up into a power we didn’t know we had.

Well, I’ve seen that not all people are interested in what a human being really is. However, those people who are interested in what a human being really is are very important people, because they have the power to save the species from extinction. How so? Through role modeling human nature as it actually is. The only way that we became who we think we are with ideas about being damaged goods, original sin, karma, all of these things—the only way that we have accepted that or learned that, accepted it into ourselves is through role modeling, and it is the same with who we actually are. It’s just that at this point in time it is more important than any other point in time for us to acknowledge this, en mass. We must acknowledge it en mass, all of us.

It is so important to our future from an evolutionary aspect, as well as an educational aspect; it is so important to our future, that will happen whether we want it to or not. The ones who are here and on the live stream who are actually acknowledging it are having a good time, that’s great. But regardless, they don’t have to go out and become tooters of the horn for Balanced View, because it is an evolutionary process. It is the first time in the history of the human species that human beings have taken part in their own evolution.

What we’re talking about here is something very powerful indeed. It isn’t some other kind of New Age propaganda or philosophical abstraction. Good heavens, we’ve had those for so many years, as far back as anybody could care to remember or write about. Instead, we have the reality of facing ourselves as we are and facing each other as we are. When we face ourselves as we are, we cannot help but face others as they are. Once we know ourselves as we really are, we know what makes everyone tick. There is no mystery about it anymore.

Candice O’Denver – Opening Intelligence

In the introduction to open intelligence, less and less do we feel like we’re compacted inside a skin line, like a trash compactor takes all that trash and compacts it into a lump. By the power of open intelligence, less and less do we feel like a trash compactor, where we’ve compacted all these ideas that have been presented to us about what life is. In that we’re these little flesh units with our own little operating system called a brain—that is not true! We are always and forever fueled by open intelligence, by the vast expanse of open intelligence. Our primary identity is open intelligence; it’s not the wiggly-woggly body stuff, no matter what kind of nonsense has been pounded into us.

Open intelligence is primary, and by challenging ourselves in that way to really know open intelligence as primary, we’re able to do anything we want to do. Whatever we do is of benefit to all. We’re not in the trash compactor anymore. I don’t have a trash compactor, but I’ve seen them in the past, and it has seemed like a good metaphor/simile for the way that we train ourselves. We are not victims to what we have learned from society; we are not victims. We give up our right to be a victim. We give up our right to be a victim of this hounding training presented to us. If we watch TV or very much media at all, including the Internet, this hounding activity is one of excessive negativity. Excessive negativity. When we take responsibility for our own open intelligence, we see that we have complete responsibility; nothing can make us feel negative. We choose whether or not we feel negative. Period.

For many people coming up against that excessive negativity that is so obvious in many places, like the cable news channels and sites on the Internet and just the very low level of humanness exhibited on many sites on the Internet that are joined by hundreds of millions of people, the very low level of humanness compared to what we can actually be, it’s really important to step up, speak out, stand out and say, “You can think you are whoever you think you are, but that’s not who I think I am.” We as human beings hold the knowledge of the entire universe within our intelligence in a usable way. That is a very powerful being—who holds the knowledge of the entire universe in a usable way. There is no other critter like that.

Accessing that knowledge is another thing entirely. If we stay in the trash compactor, then we can’t access a lot of that knowledge that’s available to us. But if we challenge ourselves to be as we are, then we access the knowledge that is available to us.

Just by the acknowledgement of open intelligence, we reinforce the entire species; we reinforce our ability to heal all the problems that we’ve caused on our planet, in our beautiful habitat. It gives us the ability to really find the solution to those problems, rather than to keep bumping our heads up against a glass ceiling, trying to find solutions but never really finding them, while in the meantime the planet and entire species hurls towards extinction. It’s up to us who have created the problem to solve the problem, and we have the ability to solve the problem in open intelligence that gives us access to our most comprehensive intelligence. Open intelligence alone gives us access to the most comprehensive intelligence, whereby we can solve problems that have never been solved before. This is what the term “open-ended knowledge creation” means. This is what the term “open-ended benefit creation” means. It’s our very own open intelligence and the acknowledgement and decisive experience of that, obvious at all times. Whether or not it is obvious at all times is entirely up to each one of us. Period. Exclamation point.

Introduction to open intelligence, which everyone here already has, a hundred percent commitment. How many here have a one hundred percent commitment to open intelligence? Okay, great. With those two: introduction and one hundred percent commitment, assurance comes—assurance of open intelligence, assurance of the Four Mainstays lifestyle. Assurance is like cutting off a finger. When you cut off a finger, it’s gone forever; that’s it, a direct slice. That’s what assurance of open intelligence is too—a direct slice with reified thinking.

Reification is mentioned in the text today. Reification simply means giving each datum or any set of data an independent nature, thinking that they have power, influence, a nature of their own that is separate or apart from open intelligence. That is what reification means. As we absolve ourselves of reification through our own acknowledgement of what we really are—exalted open intelligence rather than all these parties of data we’ve entertaining—we find ourselves more and more at ease, not only with ourselves, but with everyone around us. Open intelligence is where it’s at!

The great support for open intelligence where it’s at exists in the algorithm of the Four Mainstays, which are: the short moments of open intelligence; the trainer, who is someone in whom open intelligence is obvious at all times; the training, which is written from the perspective of open intelligence, in other words the training isn’t written from the perspective of an individual trying to exalt or glorify themselves, make themselves prestigious or better known. The text is written for the benefit of all, strictly for the benefit of all. The text comes forward for the benefit of all. Then there is the worldwide community—all the practitioners who live on all continents in almost all countries who today are practicing the Four Mainstays lifestyle. We all support each other in this way.

Often, if you’re a newcomer, or sometimes even if you’ve been around a while, it’s a wonderful to know that there are so many other people who are practitioners of open intelligence. As you hang around a little longer, you’ll hear the stories of some of the people, or if you listen to the videos and audios on the website. You hear the actual stories of people, and then it’s a lot easier to relate to letting everything be as it is, rather than getting into that data, mixing it up and trying to make a reality out of it when it’s just a total fantasy world. You can do it if you want to, but if you talk to me about it, I’m not going to help you.

I see there are people here today who are have many different kinds of lifestyles, from being single to being partnered with one or more people. What we find in open intelligence and in living a Four Mainstays lifestyle is that the love and appreciation for whatever kind of lifestyle we have grows, and we see how to be with that lifestyle in new ways, so that we can allow everything to be as it is and to love more—to love more, to love more than we ever thought possible.