Be A Conspirator Analyst …
… rather than a conspiracy theorist.
Analyse: late 16th century: via medieval Latin from Greek analusis, from analuein ‘unloose’, from ana- ‘up’ + luein ‘loosen’.
Loosen the data and see what is left.
Occam’s razor: ‘An entity should not be multiplied beyond necessity’.
What are secrets, and what are red herrings?
When we analyse our own mind for theories and beliefs, we come to one conclusion: that everything is only known not by consciousness, but by pure consciousness.
Conspiracies, secrets and mysteries are due to not knowing. Once we know that our mind is governed by desire, aversion and ignorance, we realise that all conspirators are playing with toys in order to deceive.
The realised know the true nature of mind
is pure, compassionate consciousness.
In Tibetan, these qualities are known as the three Kayas.
Realisation doesn’t believe anything to be real.
It’s all an illusion.