On recognizing patterns: It is so shameful to stigmatize someone who notices patterns as off, crazy, or eccentric. Any reasonable person notices patterns when given a fair chance because it is a mammalian adaptation and survival strategy. Does the cow not learn where the fence is? Does the deer not know the cocking of a gun?
Additionally, anyone who understands how to learn (not how to absorb what someone has told you has been learnt), will always naturally come to a cause and effect in which they learn about the nature of some thing on their own. That is how you learn!: through your observations until you refine your perception further and further to 20/20 vision about a wide variety of topics that all seem to intertwine. You restore memory.
Cause and effect is comprised of a never-ending series of patterns that form by comparing and contrasting how one or more things are like or unlike one or more other things. It is not just “what happened before and what caused it to be different or the same after a certain point?” It is also “now how does this incident connect to all the other cause and effect incidents I have learned about before?”
To say that someone must lack the capacity to recognize patterns in order to be considered healthy means they likely lack the ability to learn for themselves, which ultimately keeps them enslaved because they have never noticed enough patterns to start questioning the nature of their reality in the first place. They want to be healthy, so why would they!?
And that is why people keep coming back to be reincarnated — they never learn the consequences of their actions because they lack the ability to judge themselves based on cause and effect — aka: where in the scenario were they guilty of something that should be changed? They ignore Newton’s third law, as if it is not a scientific reality built into Earth’s operating system: “If I just pretend it didn’t happen, or pretend I had no liability in it, then it didn’t happen.” That is not learning. That is the opposite of learning. That is believing a story that must be reinforced and memorized.
This is one of the ways so called knowledge is used against people. The population is told they don’t know how to learn as well as some elite scientists or doctors; that only the doctors have the information that will save us or could be accurate. The elites then use this monopoly on knowledge as a way to manipulate data and science in order to work with whatever story they have told people. Then the people are oppressed and kept from true knowledge or learning. There is often little true knowledge to be found in a traditional setting.
Everything has a cause and an effect and similar things produce similar causes and effects. Newton’s third law is built upon the premise of pattern recognition. You don’t just see something (aka witness a cause and effect) once. You see something many times in the course of your day, let alone your life. How would you ever know to question if you didn’t see one thing that reminded you of something else, to begin with? Somewhere deep in the recesses of the subconscious mind is the original memory. Things you see in your present physical reality sometimes remind you of that original memory because they are remnants. If it weren’t so, then it wouldn’t have seemed of significance or of consequence to you in the first place. It triggered something deep inside of you — enough to make you curious, which doesn’t happen too often because, truthfully, little impresses you and you are often bored.
Follow the trail and eventually, you will come to a curtain. It is your choice if you want to peer behind the curtain. How many patterns you recognize and therefore, how soon you get to that choice might just be dependent upon how homesick for your original memories you are.