This fourth section goes into more detail on the phases of growth within a holographic torus-like entity as it moves from seed to fruit. I have chosen to explore this through the lens of eight phases, as an octave.Read More
The previous section looked at the polarity that is set up when there is awareness from life of an unmet possibility and an impulse to fill that niche. The tension between the polarities forms the relational field of potential within which a response to that need can co-creatively emerge. This section focuses on the process that takes place between those poles in that field of potential. There are three main aspects that this section will focus on: the surface of the field that is created and held by the polarity, the geometry of the structure as a whole and the dynamics that go on inside of the entity bounded by the surface, between the poles. This is what I call the holographic breath.Read More
This is an early draft of this second section that starts to develop the argument that a tension of potentiality (vacuum / niche) is what activates the co-creative process from the unified field which leads to fruition and the emergence of a next-level entity.Read More
Here is a second draft of key thoughts for the section that fleshes out the first point in the thesis, about the three core elements. Thoughts welcome - does this make sense? Do you have other examples that would fit with the three aspects? Do you disagree with the way I have categorised any of them in the Table? I am toying with this, so hold it lightly with me...
The thesis: Looking out at the world, we can see for every entity at every level:
i. a boundary field (“Unified Field”) created by the original impulse for the entity that transcends yet includes every part of the entity
ii. an aspect of an entity that we can perceive with our 5 senses (“Relative Manifestation”)
iii. and an aspect of reality that exists in between the two (“Ubiquitous Spirit”).
The Unified Field is different to the Absolute Oneness (or “God”) in that the Unifying Field is something we perceive with our understanding and as such is always a relative part of a bigger whole, whereas Absolute Oneness is our inner subjective experience of oneness.Read More
In the sacred dance