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5566359 eBook Transforming the Mind

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"It's never too late to be what you might have been" (George Elliot)

The way you see the world and your position in it may be called your "case". This is
a term borrowed from psychotherapy and is relevant here because the way you see
things is not always clear and objective - it is frequently clouded by the unfinished
business of your past and conditioning acquired from all that you have learnt or been
taught, in all your upbringing and from the experience of previous existences too.
The structure of case is a natural phenomena, as natural as a tree. Goal Conflict
Structures are the major unresolved conflicts of our past existence, that each form a
structure based on the goals we set out with, the problems we encounter achieving
them and the changes of identity we undergo to try and see them through. These
structures are the "trunk" of the tree that is the human being's case.
The "branches" are the upsets and disagreements, misdeeds, withheld
communications, problems and solutions of everyday human relationships, and the
"leaves" are the frustrations that ensnare all of our attempts to simply "be there and
communicate". These frustrations build up - as the emotional "charge" of a situation
is suppressed (bypassed) and we get on with our lives.
The "roots" are the agreements and compromises the spiritual Being made in order to
accommodate himself to life on earth as a human-animal composite identity - we call
this the "Imprint" phenomena because the agreements act like imposed limitations to
the awareness and capability of the Being (although in truth they are self-imposed by
agreement) and because the charge attached to these compromises is overwhelming;
it has to be very gradually stripped off.
The "seeds" from which the tree grew are the fundamental postulates and counter-
postulates that lie behind the Being ever getting in such a position as to find such
agreements expedient.
A Goal Conflict Structure is simply the problems a Being has in getting to grips with
the material Game - where postulates (simple causative intentions) no longer seem to

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work - and his solutions to these problems. He adopts what seems to be an adequate
identity to achieve a Goal, because the postulate didn't happen and so now he has to
work by effort and force, and the counter-effort and counter-force is perceived as
opposition - a problem.
The Being considers any strong opposition to his goal to be an other-determinism
and now he has moved down from pan-determinism (taking full responsibility) to
other-determinism. He has already bought the first lie, because the other determinism
is simply seeking an alternative goal, and he has considered the other to be opposing
him, whereas in truth he has elected the other as "opposition" and he is opposing the
other. He is no longer taking responsibility for the other side of the game that he
created by making an opposition, an opposed person or group for which he no longer
has empathy (understanding).
The Being's solution to this perceived opposition, if it cannot be overcome, is self-
determinism - to strengthen an identity that he considers right (adequate) to achieve
his goal. If this identity (role, way of being) meets continued and unresolveable
opposition, his responsibility, awareness and confront reduce further and he descends
into adopting, as a safe solution to his problem, a lowered version of the goal.
This cycle continues - lower and lower, more and more fixed identities that at the
bottom of the structure are just mechanical identities - no responsibility for self or for
the other side of the game.
This is life as lived by humans in the present time, just look around! The case
phenomena of upsets, misdeeds, withheld communication, problems and safe
solutions, which all link-up together, is based simply on the compulsion to be right
and this compulsion derives directly from the Goal Conflict Structures of "right"
identities - identities that provide adequate solutions to the problems encountered.
When a Goal Conflict Structure is in restimulation (and normally several are at any
one time) the identities which were previously adopted as safe solutions are again
dramatised. This is a sub-conscious process; the Goal Conflict Structure case is
normally heavily suppressed (because of all the bypassed charge attached to it) and
the "Goals" of Goal Conflict Structures are not the everyday goals to do with careers,
possessions and so on.
In this way the Goal Conflict Structures empower the many identities which a Being
adopts to get by in this world. It is a reactive mechanism and directly restricts the
Being's freedom and flexibility of viewpoint, to be whatever way he considers
appropriate, consciously and at will. It also restricts the Being from viewing the real
case - that of the Higher Self's postulates, considerations, evaluations and opinions -
and the Being's Own Goals. That case is only accessible from the Being's true
viewpoint, not that of a Substitute Beingness, which is how most human beings are

The Misdeed-Justification Sequence

The Being has a postulate and when this doesn't work out, he makes a second
postulate. As always with second postulates, it does not cancel the first one, it only
alters it in another direction, giving up on what was intended to be (the first
postulate) by suppressing, invalidating or not acknowledging it. It is at this point that
the Being violates his integrity. He has not been true to his own first postulate, he has

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Any goal is a second postulate, a compromise, after the first postulate was deemed
inadequate. For example, you might have postulated scoring the winning goal in a
World Cup Final, but in this world that doesn't just come about, it has to be made to
happen, so you create the goal: "To be a successful professional footballer".
An Own Goal is either made independently or it is agreed with and made your own.
In the case of an Imprinted Goal, however, the second postulate is enforced upon you
by some form of conditioning, an acceptance of an other-determinism due to
overwhelm; this may be the result of a traumatic incident or it may be more subtle
such as parental or cultural conditioning. The goal might be: "To be a rich chartered
A really effective imprint gives you a goal as well as one or more opposing goals, so
there is a good chance that it will be restimulated without your being able to escape
that restimulation. For example, in the area of relationships one might have imprinted
goals:, "To find the perfect partner" from between lives, "To avoid attachment" as a
result of a traumatic incident, "To never trust a man" from a past life, "To get
married, settle down and be normal" from cultural conditioning, and further
conflicting with an Own Goal: "To have fun with relationships".
The wider the area of game it effects, the "better" the imprint works - you can't
withdraw, except inwards, so you introvert and reduce your causation. It is not
possible to recognise the spiritual Being's actual Own Goals and handle their conflict
structures until the obscuring imprinted structures are erased; until that time, what
may appear to be one's self-determined goals in life are inevitably influenced by the
suppressed imprinted case.
Whether the Goal is your own or imprinted, it is a violation of your integrity and you
look for a justification - someone or something to blame, to oppose. This justifies the
rightness of your new identity, the opposed identity being made wrong. As a
dramatisation of the succumb and victim attitudes inherent in any second postulate,
the opposed identity becomes an opposing identity, and one becomes more at effect,
less happy.
If one is not able to win out over the opposed identity or to control and dominate the
situation, a new (well-motivated) safe solution becomes necessary, a new violation of
your integrity, and this solution is to adopt a new identity, computed to be adequate
to achieve a lowered version of the Goal. One moves one notch down on the Goal
Conflict Structure; and in this manner the misdeed-justification sequence continues
on down to the bottom of the structure, where one's purposes have become directly
opposed to one's original Goal.
The safe solution to justify this conundrum is a survival computation dramatised
continuously in everyday life. One or more of these may have been handled
previously, through counselling or through peak experiences temporarily releasing
the Goal Conflict Structure case, but eventually life will switch this back in. Any
amount of analysis does not fully resolve things until the underlying Goal Conflict
Structure case is fully handled.
I have found that since completing Part II, I no longer have problems, upsets,
withholds or any desire to make others wrong. I simply adopt an appropriate identity
- rightness is not an issue and being there and communicating is not a problem. I'm
no longer at effect of Imprint phenomena. Above all, I don't perceive others as

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enemies; I am happy for another to have differing views from my own. The
techniques have worked for me, just as intended, and just as they have for many
students on the Project.

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