Re: [Mind and Brain] More arguments in behalf of a hybrid reality where the empirical & the conceptual become one seamless unit.
Aug 23, 2006 07:13 PM
I'm amazed at how your insights -- as you intuitively answer your own
profound questions -- open up doors to understanding fundamental reality that
scientific materialists seem to miss entirely.
I would assume that your contemplation has placed you in an almost continuous
state of slow alpha rhythm meditation -- which may be the reason why you
continually come up with such fundamental ideas that only the ancient Masters of
meditation and occult wisdom have spoken about. I suggest you study some of the
books I suggested to find out who they are and what those ancients knew about
fundamental reality -- including both consciousness and matter and their
To explain this particular insight... How could consciousness (whether
expressed or not) be ubiquitous within and throughout all sentient beings and
every other form of matter in the universe, and those forms of matter be the cause
of its collective experience -- if the accumulated experiences of the
universal consciousness from previous manifestations, wasn't the cause of all the
forms of matter that we can experience in this manifestation?
This is the paradox that triggers the ancient unanswered question, "Which
came first the chicken or the egg?" ... Which your insight -- that everything
as well as every cause and effect must be circular or cyclic -- answers
completely... Especially, if we examine the only way the universe could exist under
such conditions. That is, with the informed spinergy being the egg out of
which the manifest universe grows, and the manifest universe being the chicken
that eventually dies and re-informs the eggs "spinergy with its newly
accumulated experiential knowledge -- so a higher order and more intelligent universe
can grow out of it. Just like the seed grows into a plant, and the plant
produces the seed for the growth of a new plant, which produces a seed, and so on
to continually evolve into even higher order plants and ultimately into other
forms of sentient matter.
Thus, everything in nature must follow and be governed by the fundamental
laws of cycles and periodicity, just as the progressive evolution of all
inanimate and living beings in the universe, on every level of potential universal
consciousness, from mineral, through vegetable, through animal to human, can be
explained by analogy and correspondence.
Thus, all the complexity of the universe can be reduced down to a fundamental
simplicity, that in itself contains all the seeds of complexity... With all
of it starting from zero and having infinite degrees of potential forms...
Thus, infinity is forever equivalent to zero, and both are always one thing in
itself (but no-thing in our terms) whether expressed or not. The entire
universal plenum then, before, during, or after such expression, could be considered
as a duality within a trinity... Or, symbolically, as a circle surrounding a
figure eight -- which geometrically, is the cross-section of the initial
spherical field of consciousness of the newborn Cosmos -- after "sleeping," as it
says in the ancient Book of Dzyan, "for seven eternity's in the bosom of the
seven skinned mother."
In other words, if we consider that the universe is formed by and grows out
of the spinergy or angular momentum of the zero-point singularity, and that all
its subsequent forms of matter are caused by the images of its previous
experience recorded in the vibrational patterns of such spinning lines of force --
then such spinergy must be the primal cause and ultimate effect at both the
beginning and the end of all universal manifestations. And, also, that
"singularity" composed of the encircling "spinergy" surrounding the zero-point of
Absolute Space must eternally exist, fully conscious at its zero-point center
prior to, during, and after each such manifestation -- without any diminishment
whatsoever throughout its eternal duration (infinite infinities of wakings and
sleepings, births and deaths, in ever progressively higher transformations,
beyond the comprehension of our limited minds or imaginations, ad infinitum).
Apparently, the fundamental laws that govern all actions and reactions, as
well as physical forms during such manifestation, expansion, involution,
evolution, and ultimate contraction as pure information back into the spinergy of the
zero-point singularity, must be based on the cycles of its spinergy, as well
as on the overlaid memories "carried" as cyclic vibrational images in the form
of wave interference patterns of varying degrees or phases of frequency
modulations, that determine its experiential informational content replicated on
each fractal level of its primal or pre-metric field involution's -- beginning
with the initial triune monad or outer "mother" field, down to the third inner
fractal iteration -- resulting in the double heptad group of (14) nested ABC
fields before the breaking of symmetry and subsequent evolution. For a
symbolic cross-section picture of the involution of these spherical fields within
fields within fields, etc., see:
Therefore, it follows that the fundamental laws which govern all action and
reaction during such manifestation must be cycles and periodicity -- as you
intuited. And. fhe ultimate equation that relates all that and is the baais of
the unified field theory of everything
If all that is so, then it's quite obvious that the fundamental cosmic
consciousness (awareness coupled with will) or "spirit" is the father of all
material forms that are carried and birthed by the "mother" (Spinergy) or matter, and
that the subsequent forms of matter and their interaction are the informers
of the cosmic consciousness... As they also, on microcosmic scales, inform and
add experience to our individual consciousness. Does not this imply that
consciousness must be eternally independent of all time and space? If so, then
it can only be a function of the unchanging zero-point of "absolute" eternal
space at the center of all spinergy's (from the Cosmic to the particular) ...
Each such spinergy radiating initially as "light" in each spectrum level
(frequency-energy phase-order) of the fractally involved coenergetic spiritual,
mental, astral, and material space-time fields.
Incidentally, this may account for the inner light we actually "see" as
images in our mind, after the outer "sidereal light" falling on our retinas is
transformed and transmitted through and from the brain into a higher order "astral
light" hologram (wave interference patterns carried by the mind field) that
is reconstructed holographically and "seen" (in full 3-D depth perception)
directly by our zero-point center of visual consciousness located in the exact
center of the brain between the ears and behind the eyes. I doubt that there
can be any other "scientific" explanation of how we see -- which is simpler and
more consistent with actual reality and with what we already know about
electrodynamics, holography, and all the fundamental laws of nature -- than that.
Hope all this makes sense and adds some further clarification to your
Keep on contemplating...
In a message dated 8/16/06 4:28:37 AM, email@example.com writes:
> BEB wrote: "In this case, the laws must relate experience to elements of
> physical theory. These laws will almost certainly not interfere with those of
> the physical world; it seems that the latter form a closed system in their own
> right. Rather the laws will serve as a bridge, specifying how experience
> depends on underlying physical processes. It is this bridge that will cross the
> explanatory gap."
> BEB: I agree with the above-noted comments, and in particular would like to
> expand the idea of a "bridge" to a circle, or cycle. I think,
> alternatively, that underlying physical processes depend upon experience. An example
> would be why you and I could be present at the same time, watching a sunset for
> example, and perhaps have two very different experiences although we are
> physically present at the same place.
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