Wrong Thought is thought that undermines and prevents Healing and Connection through misconception, Misalignment, and Disjuncture There are two types of wrong thought: Mundane Wrong Thought and Archetypal Wrong Thought
The Three Ws of Misalignment
Wrong Thought > Alignment, Archetypal Wrong Thought, Connection Obstacle, Disjuncture, Flow Control, Flow Purification, Ideology, Misalignment, Mundane Wrong Thought, New Energy Archetype, Normal Consciousness, Spiritual Ideology, Triumph of Spirit Archetype System
For example, Zoroastrianism: Good thoughts are "useful thoughts and wise thoughts and great thoughts and wholesome thoughts and kindly thoughts and virtuous thoughts and good thoughts." Bad thoughts are " idle thoughts and foolish thoughts and mean thoughts and malicious thoughts and cruel thoughts and vicious thoughts and evil thoughts."
Wrong thought can be “accidental” or it can be intentional. Accidental wrong thought occurs when we accidentally get the wrong idea in our head, and then accidentally stick with that wrong idea for years, even when it is clearly causing us grief, pain, and disconnection.
Accidental wrong thought happens, but more likely wrong thought enters into your head because it has been “seeded” by groups intent on reducing the transformative/revolutionary potential of connection to Consciousness. One example of this seeding is the modern Tarot deck which was created in the elite circles during the Industrial Revolution as a way to control the spirituality of both the elites and the masses.
For more on wrong thought, see the following LP Courses.
Related LP Courses and Resources
- LP 135 - An Introduction to Wrong Thought
- LP Courses on Flow Purification and Flow Control
- LP Workbook Three: Connection
- LP Workbook Four: Archetypal Study
- For a more detailed run down, see Sosteric, Lightning Path Workbook Four - Flow Control with the Triumph of Spirit Archetype System. Vol. 4. Lightning Path Workbook Series. St. Albert, Alberta: Lightning Path Press, 2020.
- Dhalla, Maneckji Nusservanji. History of Zoroastrianism. New York: Oxford University Press, 1938.
- Sosteric, Mike. “A Sociology of Tarot.” Canadian Journal of Sociology 39, no. 3 (2014). https://www.academia.edu/25055505/.