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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %COLLUSION AGAINST DESCRIPTIVE EXPERIENCES 880708 Collusions may block the perception of many kinds of realities, relationships, experiences, truths, falsehoods, possibilities, impossibilities for what they are. Collusions may make some things be invisible and make other things to appear to be what they are not. Collusions may make the reports of many people's experiences to be in invisible; i.e., non-existent, not perceived, not recognized, ignored. Such denials by making reports invisible are more powerful than denials by argumentation, for argumentation at least acknowledges the significance of the reporter and the report. Collusions may be more powerful and make the reporter invisible in order to deny the significance of the report. Collusions may work by creating principles according to which certain kinds of experience are utterly impossible/unacceptable and so the possibility of any person having the reporting such an experience is beyond the possibility of consciousness of the colluders. Colluders can not deal with such experiences because the experiences, and possibly those who have the experiences, are invisible. It is one thing to have experiences which do not make sense and/or are experienced as threatening. It is another thing to be unable to deal with certain kinds of experiences which are essentially invisible, beyond consciousness and consideration in any manner whatsoever. To be able to deal with reality wisely one must be able to accept the reality of one's own personal experiences, and so one must be able to reject the guidance of addictive collusions which would make many personal experiences invisible and unthinkable; beyond the reach of conscious thought. We need to be able to describe, first to ourselves, the realities of our own personal experiences. Our own experiences are by their very nature not objective realities; we can not reflect upon them without being reflexive --- non-objective. We can not describe our own experiences objectively, even though our conceptions of all objective realities are grounded in our non-objective experiences. Objectivity is grounded in subjective realities. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================