Hello. My name is Aerez. How do you think?
If it wasn't for social etiquette, I would start every conversation like this. You see, I am obsessed with the way the mind works. Every mind, including yours. So... how do you think?
Rarely asked, this question forces us to look inward into our own mind. Most of us naturally assume that others think in the same manner we do, and it is simply what we think that differentiates us. In reality, this assumption cannot be further from the truth. Our minds are infinitely unique. Take, for example, the method with which we think. Some think in images, some use images to think, and some, like me, are 100% auditory – mentally blind. Even my dreams are devoid of imagery. I dream in vibrations.
This is not all. Our mental perception of reality itself is unique. Metaphysics teachs us that we do not think with one mind, but with two – a masculine mind and a feminine mind. These two minds differ in the manner with which they control our perception of time and space. Our unique perception of reality is in fact an expression of an ever-fluctuating sexual tension between these two minds.
By learning to distinguish between them, we can learn how we think compared to others, and discover our mental superpowers. We can train ourselves to notice which mind is in control at any given time and even "switch" our mental polarity as desired. The dominant mind, you see, controls your body; it does so by controlling your perception of time.
And it's all about time.
My name is Aerez Batat and I am a practical metaphysicist, specializing in the structure and mechanism with which consciousness operates. Many scientists will tell you that we have yet to learn what is consciousness; I am here to tell you we have never forgotten. Practical Metaphysics is bringing to life, for the first time in modern history, a 4500 year-old map of the psyche that was buried in multiple theological traditions. It is a cosmic joke that the answers science so desperately seeks are buried in theology, of all places.
I have created this site so I can share this fascinating knowledge with you. The site is a live organism; it updates regularly with content in many different forms. So watch for a new blog, additional eBooks and various other surprises in the next few months.
Thank you for visiting!
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