7/24/18: Training your dog using metaphysics
Practical metaphysics tell us the structure of the conscious mind. It shows us that the mind is polarized, and that we differ from each other in our perception of time and space.
The practical implementations of this knowledge are endless. For example, I train each of my dogs according to their mental polarization. Here's a simple demonstration of this training - Benji waiting his turn to play (he is having a hard time keeping quiet).
Benji, is very auditory. He responds better to voice commands, and is very sensitive to the tone and pitch of the command. He is very structured, and keeps time internally, reminding me to feed him exactly at 5:30pm. Zara, my female dog, is more visual. She has to see my hand gestures to understand what I want her to do. She is more present in her immediate experience, and would rarely remind me to feed her (unless she is hungry; but Benji will always beat her to the task).
From a metaphysics perspective, Benji's dominant mind is the masculine mind (which hears) which means his body's dominant polarity is feminine. Zara's dominant mental polarity is feminine, and her body is masculinely-polarized. You can see it in her movements via the video above. She is often mistaken for a male dog. This is why she doesn't track time in her body; time tracking is a feminine physical trait.
Here's an example that demonstrate Zara's feminine mental polarity, which is always present and quickly forgets the past. I usually take them for a walk together in the woods. Recently, I was short for time, and therefore took Benji for a walk around the park. When I do this, Zara will wait by the door and whine, waiting her turn. When I am back, she jumps around in excitement, knowing it is her turn. Unfortunately, during this recent incident, I realized had no time to take her for a walk as well. To distract her from being disappointed, I took her to the kitchen and got her all excited about a treat. I made it a big deal; when I was done, she went back to her bed and lied down, content, completely forgetting about the fact she never got her turn around the park.
This is because the feminine mind is always present in time. Benji, having his dominant mind being the masculine, would have never forgotten the walk. He would have eaten the treat and then go back to the door, looking at me and then at the door, reminding me he did not get his walk.
The mind is polarized; our conscious perception is an amalgamation of a feminine and masculine mind, consciously competing for control over the body. The blueprint of consciousness and the metaphysical mind skips no being, let it be a person of a dog.
Different mental polarities require different type of dog training. To train them to wait their turn to play, or to teach them tricks, I had to use a different methods for each dog. Here he Benji, finally playing and showing off some tricks:
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