Assignment, Sequencing, and Comparison: The Organization of Objects and Prioritization of Objectives by the Subconscious Mind


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The subconscious mind is always aimed at producing a positive feeling.  The subconscious mind accomplishes this by organizing objects using Sequencing, Assignment, and Comparison.  Assignment, Sequencing, and Comparison identifies the complete functions of the subconscious mind in organizing objects and prioritizing objectives in a reality consisting of objects in motion measured by space, time, and the feelings they produce.  

All objects exist within sequences as causes or effects depending on context.  All objects have assignments of value based on the feelings the object or motion produces.  All objects in motion have assignments of true or false based on consistency or contradiction to accepted sequences.  All objects in motion have assignments of morality right or wrong which influences the value of acts.  All thoughts are a product of solving for these assignments and creating objectives to produce positive feelings.  

The difficulty in introducing something that is truly novel is that no one has a point of reference for what you’re describing.  I’ve understood Assignment, Sequencing, and Comparison for about 2 years and have written a number of different versions describing these processes the subconscious mind uses to compare objects, and produce thoughts and objectives.  Some of these versions have been read by at least a few people in that I’ve submitted them to different academic journals and received rejections either without explanation, or with no indication that the material was comprehended.  


I began to take a different approach extracting different elements and using different formats and examples.  This little book is somewhat repetitious in that it is a compilation of the same things stated differently.  The hope is that different portions can be understood and others understood in part where when revisited or expressed differently connections are made that will allow the concepts to be better understood.  


I begin with short lessons extracted and refined from previous versions.  I posted an ad on Craigslist offering a $20 cash prize for the best answers on the decision making process.  I received 4 or 5 responses with one demonstrating near complete comprehension of the concepts and another that was understood in part.  This was motivating in the sense that the concepts could be understood.  Following this experiment I intended to create more lessons and offer additional cash prizes.  I created a few more lessons but my circumstances were such that my attention was dominated by other tasks primarily related to earning money and so I didn’t create any more posts.  I begin the book with these 3 short lessons to ease the reader into the material.  It begins with the Decision Making Process, Liberty as the Basis for Objective Morality, and CVIARP which defines the sequence of a consciously created event Circumstances, Value, Intentions, Action, Results, and Purposes.  


I created a presentation outline intended to meet in a one on one setting to go through the points of ASC.  The presentation has been modified for inclusion in the book because there were exercise portions intended for a live one on one setting that is impossible to do through text.  Portions of the presentation where the concepts are demonstrated in a live setting in real time.  To introduce the concepts of ASC I use this 129 point modified presentation.  


Following the modified presentation there are 7 articles which either pertain to psychology or ASC where concepts can be familiarized through real life examples.  


This book concludes with the last version of ASC I created.  Everything included in the book is essentially preparation to understand this final article.     


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