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The Despair Code .pII

The second of the series on the experiment: "The Despair Code". Read part one [Here]

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Entering the Despair Code

We left the last post with:
I helped them with their challenges, went through with them and saw what they saw, with the code (as explained later) and their journey projecting their mind unto the world around them so that it could be explored- literally.
The tulpa helped me- we played together, went through our own challenges on a different level to the others.

As we finished the last piece: the ways of getting people on board, using the exploit and the results that came from that were outlined. This will go deeper into some of these points, covering what the world around them becomes to go through with what paths people take, who they are within it. It isn't a trip, a mental disorder or any other kind of world, it's hard to explain; it's the normal- the person walks through and interacts with the normal world. In most cases, they even act normally, so long as you set rules properly.
They see what they would normally see, but everything, from here, it all has a new meaning. People have jobs and roles within this (world, game, or whatever it is to the person), signs read differently and have hidden meanings- everything does, so long as it's relevant to the person. It's a new world within what is seen around us affected by what the person is inside. New rules, people, jobs, signs; everything around them changed for this with so many levels.

The Despair Code;

The signs, now relevant to the person

What's relevant to the person is what they are- the code that is written (and personalised to the mind that wrote it) is now accessed and used on the world around them- the subconscious signs that have us prefer things, go places, read things more often (colours, shapes, objects that are more often read and preferred; different things) are now actively seen and pursued. I'll talk about the different kinds of person that I've found later in the series.
People begin reading from the signs, objects, markings, people, even themselves- this is the way they read back from the world they're surrounded by.

The challenges set are the way to get the person what they want. Their subconscious would usually read into the world around them to decide what is going to be done to reach the goal, but that now has to be done by the person. The objects, signs, (people, feelings), etc, would still be read- now actively, by the person through hidden or secret meanings read into and challenges (time limits, risks, goals) set.
The skills and methods are now also used actively- everything is, and through being used it can be improved, changed and stopped- all of it can. Now, it can be dangerous.

The person is to have a way to read the signs. With that being in their head, we go through to the three main reasons for what happens to them.
-Challenges set, again, are what the person wants.
-These are completed in the ways that are normally used.
-The results are given the same way, through the signs telling them, and with what they get. What they get depends on what they set out to get.

If we were to focus on writing on paper and improving the way we do so, we could change our writing style, the handwriting, even the colour of our ink. This is something we focus on actively, which then goes to being muscle memory in the way we write, the colour of ink we reach for when buying pens, even the way we use and lay words out on the paper. Instead of a pen, we focus on things less literal- things that to people without doing this can't do thought about- like people being affected by things such as gravity before it had a name, before they could think about it, before they knew that it was a thing to think about. That's what we think about when using the code to read into our subconscious, to affect the way the world is seen.

This can be dangerous- I'll write about the risks, how and why they happen and the ways to reduce these factors. There always has to be some risk. It doesn't work without it. It comes with a benefit- all risks do, and every negative can be made to a positive, with each path and positive thing about them coming with their own negatives.
You as a person have flaws- we all do; it isn't just the way we can't do or stop ourselves from doing things, it's the way we hurt ourselves- and it'll be seen and known first-hand.

I'll go into the ways people can be improved upon with the code in the next section, as these lead to a lot of the problems, pitfalls and ways that people can go into full insanity, comas, and despair. This'll be the end of the piece, with the next leading with the above.
The section will be called 'Getting Lost in The World'.

Improvement of reaction & instinct

As with learning to write, once we can think about something literally- to practise it in the real world (or even in theory), we can learn to improve it. We can do it over and over, we can set ourselves challenges and give ourselves things in exchange for doing well.

We learn to see more, and we learn to do it better. We can say that doing these things make us do it better, and learning to see more and practising that will teach us even more.
The levels that we pass get more intense each time- they get harder, and people get lost. People can go so far and without a guide, it can be far into something they aren't; this is when they get lost.

Instinct is more apparent when in this state. Us as primal beings, animals, or something other-worldly, even ourselves use the instincts and talents that we have more- more intensely, better, and to be practised and refined.

Summary of part 2 of the "Despair Code"

In the next piece, we talk about being lost in this world- going so far into it that you could spend some time alone, in your own mind, and realise that you no longer know or even want yourself.

To keep with the trend, Tuesday will feature a new, unrelated (to the despair code) post- We'll resume here on Saturday.


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