The Root of Aberration

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All things can be reduced to their simplest terms. Ice to water or water to H2O. Tree to a log or a log to wood chips. Likewise, another analogy is in electronics, no matter how complex an electronic circuit is, in its simplest terms any working or non working circuit can be reduced to either an open or shorted circuit. This is true of all electronic circuitry. You can have all sorts of various components involved in a simple or a complex circuit and if something goes wrong and the circuit malfunctions the fault can be traced ultimately to an open or shorted component or electronic trace within the unit. Using this knowledge of the simplest terms we should be able to transpose this analogy to help us better understand other complex forms by reducing these other forms into simpler terms. For example, no matter how complex or how simple a mental disorder is such as schizophrenia, episodic dyscontrol, anxiety or depression the disorder can be reduced into it’s simplest terms. In this instance the simplest terms of an aberration is that the thought which obtains focus and which is responsible for behaviours and beliefs is either normal or abnormal in nature. This is true of any mental disorder. You can have all sorts of various symptoms involved in a simple or complex disorder and we can trace the root to the thought and classify that as normal or abnormal in nature.

There is one common link between variations in aberrant processes and that link is thought. No matter the disorder thought processes are involved in every aspect of the disorder. These thoughts will be classified as either normal or abnormal in nature and the resulting behaviours will be harmonious with the content of the thought fostered.

We react to our thoughts which can sometimes be aberrant in nature and therefore may produce abnormal effects. Thought either invokes another thought or a complimentary reaction the outcome of which is dependent on the content of the thought. Abnormal thought,. Abnormal behaviour. The content of our thought focuses our attention along certain themes which eventually influences our behaviours along parallel lines. These thoughts serve as the core factor in determining the beliefs we formulate and the behaviours we generate from those beliefs.

When we give power to thought we lose a certain level of power to the process of thinking. Our mind becomes predisposed as the process hijacks our consciousness and if left unchecked we move into an ever-deepening realm of fantasy and illusion. Reality becomes obscured. Having abnormal thoughts is not bad in itself but if we give power to those thoughts through continued attention then they will fester and grow and the thoughts will eventually blossom into abnormal behaviours. We may have many abnormal thoughts throughout our lifetime but most of us repress and suppress these thoughts through a judgemental process hence these latent tendencies never externalize as they do in those who foster abnormal thoughts and who bypass the judgemental phase of the selection process. Who hasn’t at one time or another wanted to “kill” their teacher? Abnormal thought. Thought suppressed. Teacher lives. In the aberrant mind the outcome could be quite different.

Electronics and mental aberrations may appear to have very little in common on a superficial level. Upon closer inspection and thanks to the transposing of truth through analogy and through the simplest terms theorem these two extremes unite under a familiar umbrella. This analogy and theorem makes it easier to understand and assess complex forms in simpler terms. Ultimately what I am saying is that thought and the power we give it is at the root of aberration. Change or control the thought and we gain power over aberration. Follow aberrant thought processes and the disorder gains a foothold and grows to bloated proportions.

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