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The Fundamental Principles of Confusionism

The fundamental values of human life are

  1. Union with the divine source
  2. Love
  3. Freedom
  4. Creativity

It is not so important what you believe about these things. What is important is that you experience them.

In order to experience these things, you will have to go through a lot of confusion.

Confusion is not the goal; Confusion is a process leading to Fusion.

In Fusion, all of the above four values are experienced simultaneously.

PS You can add other values if you want.

The Confusionist Book of Genesis

Birth of Confusionism

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The Sayings of Al Salami

Al Salami is the modern day prophet of Confusionism. He runs a

Al Salami
Al Salami

delicatessen in the Bronx. He is very popular with the woman in the neighborhood because they like his salami. He writes sayings on butcher paper and posts them on the wall. Some are his own sayings. Some are sayings by others (Ekhart Tolle, Don Miguel Ruiz, Meher Baba, etc.)

Here are some of his sayings:

Beware of people who try to sell you baloney.

Everything is just right, especially my salami and reality sandwiches.

I accept what is, I embrace all reality as myself.

We all have many passengers on the bus. Accept and treat them all with love. Then they will respect the driver and everyone will enjoy the trip.

I am the director of my movie. You are a character in my movie. You are the director of your movie. I am a character in your movie. I will not try to be the director of your movie. I won’t let you be the director of my movie.

I be I. You be you. I love I. I love you.

Try to understand all points of view. Those you disagree with are your best teachers.

Always maintain a calm internal center of love.

Humbly seek the guidance of Spirit, study with your left brain, then let intuition guide your right brain to insight and fusion.

Let your heart and your soul be your guide, and then apply your mind and body to navigate the way.

Go where life leads you with an open heart and mind and always do your best.

Nothing is ever done in vain if you put your heart into it.

Listen to silence.

If you want the power to manifest good fruits in due time, learn to moderate self-gratification and endure pain.

Don’t take things personally; don’t make assumptions.

There is Nothing to fear, and that is exactly what it is that we do fear.

Take it easy.

Breathe more.

Don’t worry, be happy

Be Yourself

Feel the love

Live in the Now, Live in the Wow

Everything is unfolding exactly as it should.

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Genesis According To Confusionism

Before the beginning indescribable incomprehensible.

In the beginning there was NO thing, NO light. NO dark. NO Sound. NO space. NO thought. NO feeling. NO imagination. The world of Zero.

This is why wise parents say to their children, “Know the NO.” Unwise parents just say “NO!” or “No no!”

Almost MokshaThe beginning was a vibration emanating from a point in a circumference of spherical motion. This happened when the NO became conscious of itself, loved itself, and thought “Wow!” Thus the NO knew and became the Now and gave birth to Know and New.

Know and New gave birth to the masculine and feminine principles Ah! and Ooh! Thus in the world of Wow were born light and darkness, sound and silence, desire and satisfaction, joy and despair.

Ah and Ooh pursued each other in endless circles of delight. At the conclusion of each cycle Ah became Ooh and Ooh became Ah, masculinity and femininity changing roles. They created endless spheresMortimus and Raphaella by the Sea which interlocked in sacred geometry to form a seed, and then a flower, and then a tree of life. The consciousness of the growth of these bubbles of joy emerged as the tree of knowledge. All of this occurred first in the causal realms in which time as we no it did not yet exist. This is the world of Nous from which imagination is born. The fertile womb of the universe.

Feedback patterns emerged in the Nous as subtle mental and emotional patterns forming tones of sound and light which created images, Reaching In For The Flowermelodies, and harmonies. This is the formation of the mental and astral worlds and the world of imagination. Ah and Ooh created the world of Oz and Ooze and in the Ooze inner life began to stir as conscious personal spiritual creative personalities. These are the gods and goddesses, angels and demons.

Imagination running wild in a realm of infinite potentialities created infinite complexity and chaos beyond the understanding even of the consciousness of Now. The Now said “Whoa!” and went to sleep. And so dreams were born.

When the Now woke up, it decided to try to bring order out of the chaos. Thus Choice was born. As Choice focused its attention upon possibility, potentiality became actuality. Thus our universe was created. It firstGiving Birth to an Age bloomed as sound and light and gradually formed particles, replicating the patterns formed in the world of the Nous. This is the physical universe guided in its development by morphogenetic etheric energies connected to the NO through the causal realms. Order emerged, yet because the Now slept every seven days, chaos crept in. This is a good thing because it stimulates creativity.

In time the universe evolved to a level of complexity in which brains developed capable of self-awareness and reflection. Astral beings came to earth to vacation for a lifetime in a physical body.

The first such beings were Ozzie and Harriett from the astral land of Keeping One's Eye On the BallOoze. Ozzie and Harriett gave birth to Mo, Larry, and Curley and Flo, Mary, and Shirley. Mo heard a voice that said,” go with the flow.” So Mo married Flo. They named their first son Mo Jo. Then Flo gave birth to twins, Pro and Con.

Larry married Mary. Mary as we know gave birth to Jesus. She is also the mother of Buddha. There is some contention about this but some say that Satan is also Jesus’ brother.

Shirley married Curly and gave birth to Coyote, Pan, Loki, and Pandora, and to Will and Grace.

Since then human life has multiplied in a strange paradox of order and chaos, rationality and irrationality.

Don’t worry  Be happy  Take it Easy  Breathe through the traumas  Be Yourself  Feel the love

Live in the Now  Live in the Wow

Birth of Confusionism

The Fundamental Principles of Confusionism

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The Birth of Confusionism

Long ago in the ancient land of Mu lived two brothers, Pro and Con

Con Fuse Us

Con Fuse Us

Pro, the elder was very rational and dialectical in his thinking. He brilliantly analyzed and explained everything. Con on the other hand was very reflective and meditative. He thought with his heart and tried to see the underlying unity in things.

But the people were drawn to Pro because he was so fascinating. He became very popular. He went to the west, eventually ending up in Asia Minor, spreading his ideas as everywhere. People throughout the world adopted Pro’s dialectical way of thinking and much progress was made. The problem was that for every thesis there was an antithesis. So over time bitter conflicts developed between the various philosophies and religions that arose. Families, communities, nations were torn apart as they struggled over the conflicting ideas.

Con Fusing

Con Fusing

Eventually, people saw that there was a need for reconciliation. All this time Con had been living peacefully watching the development of all of the ideas, observing the behavior of the people, meditating and testing the ideas in his heart. He never took sides. He learned, saw things, and evaluated things from all points of view. Yet in his heart he always maintained a calm internal center of love.

When the people came to the point that they felt that the conflict must end, they sent a delegation to Con. The delegation entered his chamber, bowed slightly and said, “Con please fuse us.”

Thus Confusionism was born.

The Fundamental Principles of Confusionism

The Confusionist Book of Genesis

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