Consciousness

II. Consciousness

I know that I know nothing

Socrates


We should think and act consciously. This is not always so easy because our thinking often gets in the way. We occupy ourselves too much with our thinking. So it would be much easier to think only when you really need the thought. For example, when creating something new. But how easy it is to fall into a dependent thinking in so-called thinking routines, so you have no power over your thinking. You are like a slave to your own thoughts. Of course, that is not desirable. That’s why it’s better to stick with Socrates who said: I know that I know nothing. So the less we have in our heads, the more we can know. That is the goal of this dice point: emptiness. Only with emptiness in the head does knowledge become power.

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