Learn To UN-Learn
If you are at all unsettled in any way with your studies, your work, your business, or an important relationship, this article is for you:
"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether twenty or eighty. The greatest thing you can do is keep your mind young" Mark Twain (1835-1910)
Knowledge is NOT motivation for learning: peace of mind is! (read this sentence over until its sentiment resonates)
Peace of mind is the prerequisite for obtaining correct knowledge because those who are in conflict with themselves are not at peace. Only peace is the condition of obtaining correct knowledge and this law of learning is not negotiable. Being unhappy is merely the result of a misuse of this law.
If correct learning aims to change what you are becoming. and this is always the purpose of correct learning, you may have to unlearn previous incorrect learning. This is why you must become a happy learner and why your motivation for learning must be peace.
The Law of Learning
By opposing the law of learning, you cannot obtain correct knowledge, yet you may regard this law as not wholly desirable. If you do but want to obtain correct knowledge, you must simply surrender what is slowing down or preventing you from learning, and that is your *ego!
All ego distraction interferes with learning, but ego has no power of itself. It only possesses the power you give it. So, every response from your ego is a call to war, and war can never be at peace!
The Peace of Opposition
If the outcome of what you think you know is making you unhappy and if you want a different outcome, you must change your personal learning curriculum.
You must learn those whom you perceive as opponents are actually part of your peace, which you forsake each time you attack them. You must unlearn past learning that taught you to do this, simply because attacking never makes you happy. On this basis alone you should question your *ego-centric responses as you desire peace.
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* Egocentrism is the inability to understand or assume any perspective other than your own.
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