The Myth of Objectivity

In Western culture we are taught to weigh both sides of an issue before making a decision. Those of us who were not politicized in school were taught that rational decision making depends upon “having the facts” in front of us. Science teaches us that in performing an experiment, one should never lean one way or the other in the conduct of it, in order that the results should not be biased.

But this is an impossibility. True objectivity means total detachment, and this can never occur. Total detachment means you’re dead!

The vibrational model of the universe (or at least that portion of it here on earth) operates on the principle of “like attracts like.” We hang out with people we like, not with people we hate.

This property of “like attracts like” has been observed so many times that it can be considered a law, just like the law of gravity. I believe that gravity itself is just an extension of this principle, but that is another subject.

Attempting to be objective is being disingenuous with this universal property, for as soon as a person has ANY thought or desire, the universe begins matching that frequency or set of frequencies. It is impossible to go through life thinking no thoughts or having no desires; therefore, objectivity is impossible. Each person is like an attracting magnet, drawing to him or her people and experiences that are an exact match to the frequencies of their thoughts and desires. Manifestation occurs when the same thoughts or desires are held for a long enough time, and grow in power and strength.

Weighing the facts simply muddies your desire or intent. If you want something, and you continue to intend it, and do not get discouraged and begin to counter-intend it, your vibration will continue to match your desire, and you’ll get it eventually. However, by including the “cons” along with the “pros” you ensure that what is wanted cannot manifest in the way you desire. You have included frequencies into the mix which do not match the frequencies of your desire. Thus the saying, “Be careful what you wish for. You might get it.”

Being objective means including just as many opposing facts as those that support your desire, and the universe will respond appropriately.

Objectivity, by its very nature, squelches desire.

Objectivity requires you to include all those things you desire, but at the same time include just as many objections or opposing “facts” to your desire. It requires you to turn on your faucet of desire and turn it down little by little, with every “objective” fact that is considered.

Maybe that's why people agonize over large purchases. By the time they are done being so objective, including and weighing so many facts both for and against, when the package arrives you are still worried that you might have made the wrong choice!

“That’s pretty dumb,” you say. “Journalists, for example, are supposed to present all the facts from both sides. Otherwise it’s just narratives and propaganda. Scientists must investigate all possibilities, not just those that fit their pet theory, otherwise science gets politicized.”

Sure, but here I’m talking about objectivity as it relates to personal desire. (Even so, there is no such thing as objectivity, even in scientific pursuits. See #36).

A lot of people would agree that by lining up all of their facts in a row, both good and bad, a true picture of what may happen for them has been assembled. But all “facts” are just the experiences of others. If 50 people go out and buy the XYZ brand computer, and 37 of them say XYZ computers suck, then more than likely XYZ computers are poorly made and you have a good chance to get a crummy one.

If you really wanted an XYZ computer and simply went out and bought one, with the pure intent that the computer would function perfectly, you would get one of the good ones! The experiences of another have absolutely nothing to do with the experiences you might have. The experiences of another are just the way they have molded and transmitted their energy, and the manifestations they have received are a result of their personal alignment of energy and the universe’s response to it, through the property of “like attracts like.”

Having said that, you could buy an XYZ computer and have it suck for you. But if you had a bad experience with an XYZ computer, more than likely you read the bad reviews and included all of the cons along with the pros. Many people actually pay more attention to the cons than the pros when deciding on a purchase.

The frequency matching property of the universe simply responds to your personal vibrational mix.

“OK,” you say, “You have said a lot of stupid things in these essays, but this is the dumbest. Why would you buy a computer from a crummy company with a poor reputation when you can get one from a reputable manufacturer?”

Point taken. I’m only pointing out that if you are reading the bad reviews from the reputable company, and you are worried about getting a lemon, you may get one of the few bad ones even from the good company! Just sayin.’

The vibrational model of life puts you in charge of everything that happens in your life, but many people would say that it’s a brutal and heartless way to live because you get no slack or leeway. That’s one way to look at it, but it also encourages responsibility and deprecates victimhood. Being a victim of life sucks because you have no control.

The vibrational model of the universe aint for everyone, but it will appeal to those who want to establish an attitude of personal integrity, and it will make you stronger in life because you don’t bullshit yourself.

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