Understanding vs Knowledge

Understanding and knowledge are vastly different things.
Society glorifies understanding, and yet has almost no understanding of true knowledge.
Knowledge is power. We are imbued with knowledge from all of the past lifetimes we’ve lived.
Knowledge exists imprinted upon the energy field of a newborn infant.
Just as dogs have an innate knowledge of multiple games, and some dogs simply have a more mature temperament than others – humans also have innate temperaments are traits that do not simply arrive out of the blue.
There is a huge gap between education (understanding) and true knowledge (which is power, one aspect of which can be considered muscle memory).
Understanding is indeed important, so we can use the knowledge we have. But without knowledge, understanding is useless. Whereas knowledge is often under-utilized without understanding.
I couldn’t truly be me until I remembered the knowledge within me, and how to use it. My body refused to “heal” until I learned how to use the body as it’s meant to be used.
My body and mind have always been constantly oriented in a very obviously different way than those around me. As if there was some priority I had that I could not even comprehend. And it turns out this is exactly the case.
Until I was educated about my pre-existing knowledge, it was very difficult to understand how to use it.
When education does not accompany such knowledge, it presents as ADHD, autism, and a host of various illnesses and disorders. Hormone imbalances, depression, fill in the blank.
And then, as a society, we attempt to treat the symptoms as if they are a problem. It’s like when a lawnmower runs out of gas, trying to clean the engine so well until it finally works again. While a clean engine is nice to have, no amount of a clean engine is going to fill the gas tank.
You are not broken. Nothing is wrong with you, child of G-d. You are simply learning how to use your divine vehicle in a society which has all but forgotten. Thank you for your willingness to wake up into the new-ness what only you can create.
Joshua
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Joshua Edjida
Immersive Experience Designer
Joshua Edjida is a multidimensional artist, experience designer, author, public speaker/comedian, and transformational leadership facilitator. Originally from California, he currently lives in Utah, and also enjoys traveling in Thailand, Bali, or in Europe.

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