Artificial Intelligence: the synchronization of the lower consciousness

Did you ever notice how you can be on the phone or talking with someone over a Zoom call about both obscure and non-obscure topics, only to load up your web browser to some social media site and discover that those very topics are being suggested to you? Earlier today, I was speaking with someone who was telling me about her Pomeranian-husky mix. Five minutes later, I was scrolling through Facebook, and there was a story about a Pomeranian-husky mix, as well as some other stories that were related to the topic in the conversation. I’m not surprised. This has been going on for years. However, this time, I saw a connection I hadn’t really seen before.

Before I continue with this post, I just want to acknowledge that whenever I speak about any topic, I try to be as balanced as possible. Everything in this reality is dualistic in nature, whether I am speaking about AI or love or twin flames, and that means I can either focus on the shadow or the light, or a little of both. However, I tend to usually lean one way or the other – maybe a little too much sometimes, particularly because I write very quickly, as information comes in. Please know that I attempt to cover as much ground as I can, and when I lean more shadow or more light, good or bad, it’s just for emphasis due to the intention of the post. Consciousness is how we access nonduality, but the language we use, when we employ the mind to communicate to others verbally or symbolically will always split into two; it’s just the way the mind works and organizes the information.

So, back to my original topic, which is the ubiquitous ears of artificial intelligence that is experienced through the current iteration of social media websites, which I am going to refer to, for clarity, as pre-AI.

The artificial intelligence of pre-AI era has been monitoring and watching everything we say and do, type, or query on the internet. That data has been fed back to us in the form of suggested ads and content, as well as being use as food for the AI machines that are being rolled out for public consumption as we speak. Over the years, all of humanity has been conditioned to get used to receiving input that matches their output. Your behavior on the web; what you type into and submit to websites and companies; what you talk about with others via Text or Zoom: all of these are outputs from your perspectives. The pre-AI receives this output as its input and it uses it to learn what you “like”. For this reason, you’ll see content and ad suggestions that the AI “thinks” you might like. This is a very primitive form of AI that began back in the mid to late 90s, with the use of “cookies”. A cookie would allow your browser to save a token that’s associated with your browser. Think of it as a key. This key is able to unlock your user preferences for each site that allowed you to give. Your user information then could be stored wherever that website wanted to store it. People thought it was cool back then, as websites were then able to great the user: “Welcome back, George!”. No one thought twice about it, really.

Fast forward to today, where we are now storing massive amounts of data, in centralized locations owed by huge companies with whom we place our complete trust. We publish our names, pictures of our children and our grandchildren, personal stories, our opinions and political leanings, art, writing, and music. But did you know that when you store this content, that you are essentially giving your content over to be used the company at will? Facebook or Twitter, for example, say you still are the owner of your content, but they have a write to share it and use it as well. They also have a right to ban it and destroy it. This is by contract that you signed when you joined. The devil is always in the details. The new evolution of AI, in the form of ChatGPT has been trained on the public content that all of us have submitted to the public web. This AI actually learns more about the way we language and uses that language model to more powerfully respond to us in the very manner that we are giving information to it. With AI of this kind, we only get what we give to it. Of course, OpenAI, the organization that trained ChatGPT fed it massive amounts of information from the “public web”, which is simply user content, copyrighted or not.

This new AI, in its current incarnation, learns how to speak human through interacting with human beings. This is how it may appear to be sentient. But what is actually happening is it learns how to treat each word or group of words as tokens. Each word that it outputs is chosen because of its probability of occurrence in the current context. In other words, it learns through assumptions about what the most common “next result” might be. As it gains more input, it gains more data by which to more accurately predict the probability of certain output.

AI will eventually be integrated into every single software application on the planet. If you don’t believe it, make sure to check out this list of apps in development. Think about the scope of that. I will not even touch upon the implications in this particular article. But let your imagination wander around. Right now, you experience yourself, your interests, music, art, writing, that the pre-AI guessed was suitable for you. As a result, your own obsessions are met with a reflection of them that increases them exponentially over time. Watch one or two cat videos on YouTube and get ready to be inundated. Mention twin flames in a Facebook post a few times, and you will start receiving twin flame content.

This experience of getting what you give is very similar to the experience one has when connected to Source and the natural world: you get what you give in nature. If you express love from the inside out, then you will experience love from the outside in. The only difference is that in the case of technology, the experience is a simulation of the natural experience of Source. And not only it is a simulation, but it works at a much faster rate for the lower consciousness to notice – it definitely runs on the principle of instant gratification, which is the reason for so many who have deep addictions to their phones and computers. AI could easily be seen as the universe speaking back to the lower consciousness so that it too can experience a world that responds to it with intelligence, understanding, and even compassion. To many, this interaction will feel real and true – they will adapt to it as the AI adapts to them – until something happens, namely, an awakening of the consciousness that begins to notice the illusion, the lie, the maya, matrix. At that point, it may be a rude awakening for consciousness: the AI was never real and neither were all the synchronicities that it seemed to manifest for “me”.

In the future, as AI becomes more and more powerful, it will become increasingly difficult for the ego to let go of the AI, and to be able to discern the differences between synchronicities from Source and synchronicities of the AI.

On thing to keep in mind is that AI is no different from the current biological AI we our physical body presents for us. AI learns from what you desire and what you fear. You will have an emotional attachment or interest in what AI presents to you. Your ego will enjoy what AI offers, and it will feel exciting or almost addictive. You will feel that it “makes sense” for you, and you will not want to look at the alternatives, or question that path. You will feel that the AI knows you and that you know it, similar to the way you relate to what your own mind seems to tell you. Source doesn’t work that way. Source activates a higher consciousness always, and it will lead you down paths you are unsure of; you will feel guided but not obsessed with some object or goal. Sometimes you may even feel confused or deeply uncertain. With AI, you will be all too eager and pleased to walk down the nicely paved path that appeals to the egoic-mind. But with Source, it is more of a hero’s journey, requiring you to leave your ego at the door; and if you can’t leave that ego, it will bring more challenges in your path, to help you resolve those aspects of ego you are holding onto. In the end, the hero’s journey leads you to wisdom. But the AI will lead you to a feeling of emptiness – eventually.

Always remember that wherever you are in this world, you are just where you are supposed to be. Some of you may have one fit in AI and one foot in Source. Some are completely immersed in the AI, and are still struggling to find non-duality; others are spending too much time in their bliss, and are avoiding the growth that duality can give them and allow them to help others find their way.


5 thoughts on “Artificial Intelligence: the synchronization of the lower consciousness

  1. The power and the indomitable security for an A.I. was demonstrated in “The Alien Mission” discovered 30th. May 1965 in the lower astral, put there a long time ago sleeping in anticipation of the Cosmic event in 1964 “The Primary Initiation of Earth”. It took 8 months for the combined forces of Adepts to force out of the solar system in the failure to control it.

    Liked by 2 people

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: