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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Mental Blocks

SOCT Paper 15

Mental Blocks

How does SOCT define “mental blocks”? Let us look into this subject. You will be surprised to find out that you have mental blocks...but you can also learn how to recognize them and fix them. What is the difference between a Christian and a non-Christian when it comes to some mental blocks? Read and Share!

Flash Blocks

SOCT describes three different types of Mental Blocks [MB’s]. The most common MB occurs when a person is trying to do something creative, like write a letter or an article, complete a school assignment or even clean the house and ‘boom’ all of a sudden the person looses focus and has no data to complete the task. It’s like a sudden blank. SOCT calls these types of MB’s “flash blocks”. What causes these?

These smaller blocks are due to a much bigger issue that is going on inside the mind. Many times it has something to do with what happened the day before and your subconscious mind is still trying to process it. All mental blocks are due to sinful-experiences. What? What is a sinful-experience?

A sinful-experience is an experience of extreme distortion containing pain [physical or emotional]. These experiences are usually repressed and tucked away in our personal unconscious mind [the holy place]. Because we are born with the sinful nature we have no way of properly interpreting these experiences and it is these very experiences that effect our distortion in choice making and decision making. They can cause psychosomatic ills. They become stumps or mental blocks [MB’s]. These can be fixed [cleared] through CTS.

If you experience a flash-block try and remember the very last thing that you were thinking about. That last thought may contain the connecter which caused the block. Usually blocks happen due to an emotional charge. What is an emotional charge?

Emotional charges are caused by: environment, material objects (including food), living objects, sounds (including music), key words or topics, gender, specific individuals, etc. When these charges happen it may indicate a mental block [MB] and expose some sinful experience. These can be fixed through CTS.

Many flash-blocks go away after a short period of time, others linger. This all depends on the severity of the MB. Through the teachings of SOCT you may fix the block.

Word Blocks

Have you ever been explaining an event to another person and you cannot find the word you are looking for? Perhaps you were trying to explain and idea? Or you were talking about another person. When you get a word-block the first thing to consider is the subject matter. Another consideration is the person or persons you are talking to. These blocks usually have to do with the subject matter. Many times you are still trying to subconsciously sort out [understand] the topic you are explaining. You thought you had this topic personally figured out but perhaps you really don’t, thus the block. One way to fix these types of blocks is to change the subject. When by yourself take a walk. Learning to rest the mind by changing the channel is a SOCT technique.

Thought channels have to do with our current focus. We can learn to change our thought channels when needed. Not all thought channels are bad. When the channels are “cleared” through the SOCT process of REC one senses an expansion, a freedom of right thought. Less corruption and distortion as old thought patterns are renewed [RYM].

Subject Blocks

These are the most severe MB’s. These are what we may call the “chronic blocks”. It is hard for us to recognize these on our own but easy for us to recognize them in others. When talking to somebody about a political issue or a religious issue and a disagreement arises we may try our hardest to help the other person ‘connect the dots’ but they still don’t get it. So who has the block? The person fighting to explain in detail the issue or the one listening shaking his head? Hhhhmm. Perhaps both?

These are the most frustrating of all blocks. As Christians we have a static moral code. This code makes complete sense to us. To others who are not true Christians it may not make sense. This does not mean that the person lacks morals it simply means that they are not Christian. Did what I just said upset you? HA! Behold, the Subject Block has begun!

Defining your self and finding yourself go together. As true Christians in the Church of God ~ Speaking to the Remnant we have a lot to offer this fallen world regarding true Perception and Ultimate Reality. Christians learn something over and over again before it truly begins to take hold and that is the fact that not everybody will understand our perception of things because not every body has the additional faculty that we have as Christians. We have the Holy Spirit.

To the Christian, moral issues are not subjective they are static. As Christians we do not believe in “all religions” and that “all religions are one”. We do not believe that God has a multi-personality issue. So we as Christians do not see the fact of the spiritual mind to be purely “subjective” or made up. There is scientific fact that man seems to have a need for the “religious” realm in his or her thinking. What is lacking in regards to understanding the spiritual realm is an additional faculty to see this reality more clearly.

People today may use infrared binoculars at night to see in the dark. This gives man an additional faculty that he does not have by himself. In the same way the Bible teaches that in order for man to see the spiritual realm clearly he needs the Holy Spirit. Man has been given what are known as the “five objective faculties”. This is sight, touch, taste, smell, and sound. What we take in through these five senses we then begin to process through our subjective conscious. When it comes to understanding true spirituality we need an additional faculty, that of Holy Spirit.

So please understand, subject blocks are one of the first things that true conversion deals with. When we become Christians we begin to study and see things the way God sees things. We establish a foundation from which we build. We have a starting point so that we do not loose hold of the topic in question. We have focus. We have moral clarity. Once this is established much of the topical confusion is gone. We will always find issues where blocks occur then we must deal with them appropriately. This is the process of true conversion and finding what we call MOCA {Mind of Christ Action}.


True conversion is an act but it is also an ongoing process. There is positional sanctification and the process of ongoing sanctification. All parts of our lives must face the reality of conversion at some point.

To continue to understand the difference between a true Christian and a non-Christian please continue your studies here at COGSR. Thank you for making this BLOG an education center J


Prophet E.W.King





 


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