Topic: Rethinking the metaphor of 'kindergarten schoolhouse'.
Short question... would the metaphor of a 'drug rehab' be a bit more accurate than 'kindergarten'.
Background as to why i am asking the question:
There is something that i have been unable to reconcile in your description of the 'transition process' if it is truly 'free will.'
I have tried for some years to have a one to one information exchange with the LCS on this matter. Apparently my fear/ego/intent attributes are not conducive to finding these things independently, but i hold on to the PMR aspects of the MBT model as they do tend to explain nearly everything i observe in PMR, including the unsolvable problems in physics. They are also highly consistent with the stories i read about psi, paranormal, and other phenomena. MBT consistently offers a framework for these experiences reported by others, so overall, it's the best model i know, even if there's a few things that my monkey mind doesn't find optimal. So hopefully you don't mind my asking this question, and i'm coming at it from a couple angles, all from left field of the left brain.
If it were a kindergarten, one would think i could remember signing up. To me, informed consent seems a noble ideal, in line with MBT. Even in this high entropy, ego driven world, the concept of 'informed consent' is valued and seems correct. In an information system that values free will, as MBT proclaims, 'informed consent' seems like an evolved way of treating the little consciousnesses that sign up for this PMR.
I have heard repeatedly your efforts to answer this question, as many have asked in the past, so don't feel you need to answer this as you normally would. Despite your many attempts at answering, it still doesn't seem optimal that the LCS doesn't let us remember why we're here...that it wants to keep left brainers 'wandering around clueless on the playing field'. I've asked for a vivid dream, where intellect is disabled and you function at the being level. I keep having this intent as best i can, but so far nothing. A kindergarten student can at least ask 'Teacher, why am i here?' or 'Mom, Dad, why am i going to school?' and get some response like '...To learn'. Your own children were not sent to school. You had the option of finding another place to learn. So from the left-brain perspective, there is no 'informed consent' if i can't remember signing up, and i can't choose to be home-schooled. So i started rethinking the metaphor.
We seem to be here by coercion: I can't imagine i signed up for this PMR voluntarily. And so let's look at the process again, since the LCS seems to be getting us here by a low-conduct process that undermines free-will. You have described the metaphor of the transition process as something like a bureaucratic labyrinth for those who are resistant to transitioning. You've also described it as a waiting room where you get shuffled around from line to line until you get bored and finally agree to another life experience. So let's streamline the metaphor to being in a white room with no exits, and a big red button that says 'press me to agree to another memory wipe and lots of suffering and insanity in your 7000th PMR experience.' Who in their right mind would press that button? Well, keep them there long enough until they get bored, anyone would agree eventually. They'll press it given enough time, even if after a million years, they accidentally trip and fall on it. This does not sound like 'free will' to me. It sounds like a non-violent form of coercion, and is low-conduct behaviour in my estimation. So again, i rethought the metaphor of a kindergarten classroom to have it align with most of the other metaphors you've used to describe this PMR.
This didn't seem like a kindergarten classroom, but more like a drug rehab, so maybe this metaphor works better.
On the First angle: getting clear of the drugs means altering your mind from 'drug induced' to 'something else, other than drugs' and this means throwing out a lot of the old thinking patterns. So by not telling us why we're here, we may be forced to search for the answers ourselves, and better appreciate our minds have been altered, not by drugs, but by ego and fear. It would justify the memory wipe, since the old ways clearly weren't working.
On the Second angle: when celebrities sign up for drug rehab, they are usually given the following alternative: go to jail or go to drug rehab. It's a fairly coercive process, but most people choose the drug rehab as it's preferable to languishing in prison. This is more in alignment with your description of the transition process.
So i know that's a lot of words, but i wanted to frame the question correctly to get your response...
Does the drug rehab metaphor make sense for left brainers who can't get a straight answer from the LCS?