Free will vs fate

We can be free and align with fate simultaneously, as part of our whole.

A projected part of a whole human being in creation, is what we are. We can be free as a part, and in harmony with our whole’s destiny, but we are not. As an identity identified with what we experience, we are isolated from the whole body, and the destiny and reality of true whole beings on Earth. In being an isolated part, we compromise the whole being’s integrity, and process.

Can you come at this idea of discriminating a whole self from self, and our virtual reality from reality? I know it contradicts our notion of the self being a definitive entity in the world, or amongst others. In reality however, it is the whole body who is the true individual being, and among other whole beings.

In our condition as a linguistic identity, we are only a part of a whole being who may truly be “pure” – even if damaged, crippled or incomplete, he or she is whole and alive in creation. The whole body does not deny the negative nor positive sense of our self or the world, but we are not isolated with them in acknowledging the part that we and our reality are, and the whole self of whom our reality is a part.

Tell me what you think.

The three bodies

The three bodies

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“The three bodies” sumi-e ink on Japanese “rice” paper Spring 2, 2013 24cm x 33cm

–        the conscious and its heel
mind body to vertical tear drop
floating erect protozoa

The projected actuality of the conscious, mind and the world we experience are depicted. The heel of our conscious is the conscience, or otherwise the cosmic egg. The mind’s spread reaches across to include our line-up with and facing the world (double circles), and extends down through body sense from spine to the vertical tear drop (our deepest sense of being). The floating erect protozoa, on the right (outer) side is the world we experience.

In relation to a whole body, the three bodies spread across the inside, middle, and outside, centred on the right of the whole body, and the heel of the conscious occupies the inner other side to the left of the mid-line.

compilation: of the “Mind’s spread and cornering, centred to the right”

Here is the compilation I mentioned in the previous post. I have put it together as part of my hope and undertaking to convey at least something of the projected actuality of the human condition (hc). This is what I think  the starting point is, in capturing the hc and relating with reality, the whole body alive in creation. I want to follow it up with more of these compilations on my posts.

Please let me know what you think about it and if you would, tell me how it seems for you.

It is a funny, awkward topic, the hc and reality. It is my stuff, yet I think it applies to everyone. It draws us into the “self referencing conundrum”. Serious stuff. “Orientation” to our reality, including the world and self, as a “projected” part of (created and placed by) the whole body , discriminates our self from a whole self or whole being, and our virtual reality from reality (of whole entities present in the present, solid in gravity, and alive in creation).

You, the blogging community, have been inspirational and supportive in putting forth my understandings and ways. Not only does the opportunity to read and write with you, help to formulate ideas and express them better, but I feel somehow there is a real mind and a consciousness that has developed my conscience, and my understanding of my place in the world. I know you are real people, but through text, the screen and the icons, I feel we truly relate. Often there are feelings, understandings and thoughts that are hard to share. I thank you for a place where they can be put to words – and pictures!
Some of you may like to check out my first post – “The human condition is centred right” Aug13.

Centred to the right is covered in more detail in the Introduction and Chapter i of “Orientation ch i – v” available on the menu.

series 1 Mindcntrd R 1

series 1 Mindcntrd R 2

series 1 Mindcntrd R 3

Mind’s spread and cornering, centred to the right

“facing and lined-up with the world out there” - cornered off with the conscious reigning from above, and the mind identity coming across from the mid-line toward facing the front (world out there)

“facing and lined-up with the world out there” – cornered off with the conscious reigning from above, and the mind identity coming across from the mid-line toward facing the front (world out there)

I have been compiling a series of art works on “the mind’s spread and cornering centred right”. It is where we line-up with and face the world out there (depicted with circles). This is a part of my ongoing attempt to better communicate and share my understandings and ways of the human condition and reality. If you have not been to my blog before, my hope is that the works may invoke at least something of the ephemeral entities that they represent, and lend some sway towards awakening our relation with the whole being in creation of whom we all individually belong to as a projected part. I will post the recent paintings here, and follow with the compilation in the next.

“facing and lined-up with the world out there” - on the whole body

“facing and lined-up with the world out there” – on the whole body

“mind’s spread and identity” - cornered off and with wake

“mind’s spread and identity” – cornered off and with wake

“mind’s spread and identity” - on whole body

“mind’s spread and identity” – on whole body

Being rational with reality and realism

Certainty is in the mind and what is in the mind ambiguous and uncertain.

We can be rational and logical in the mind and what is irrational is what leaves us perplexed in the mind, even after addressing the inconsistencies, contradictions, conflicts, and hypocrisies, the so called paradoxes and conundrums of philosophy and science.

“Our world” is ambiguous, self-evident only as the self is. Is it rational to believe in something rather than nothing, or in nothing at all?

Science and philosophy can only get closer to being correct about reality – with models and theories of “what’s happening” and “what it’s like”. They, as with our minds, are about what we can sense and correctly infer with models and theories of our projected world – of what is actual for us, there in our projected reality, but not real.

Yet their theories are plausible and the models applicable. This can be, because “the world” is projected individually but by a common human whole body in reality – we can empathise and identify with our ideas that can also be shared and appreciated – and “the world” is an indication of reality – we can formulate models that work within known or tested conditions. The magnifiers and extensions that amplify what we can sense and observe, or what we can do in our physical being in the real world, strap on to the whole body. Through the whole body in reality, we experience something of reality including the whole body, in our mind and deeper being and form notions about them in our mind.

The whole body is in reality, and is a special entity in the “real world” – for we as self and “our world”, though the world seems separate from us to us, are both projected parts, created and placed by the whole body’s Central Nervous System. Every other entity in reality can only exist as a projected indication in our world as object to us as the experiencing self or subject.

Realism (a philosophical stand for one reality) must go beyond our phenomenal world, of our world that appears to our senses and we form ideas about, in order to determine a definitive and true one reality. Otherwise realism is confined in a projected reality of many perspectives and situations in contradiction to its one reality. And here is our containment in our reality; our circularity is with an uncertain sense that we form notions of, and with notions that we cannot prove of themselves except through what we sense. Reality must include the splits in our reality – our inside and out, our self as subject of experience and its object or what we experience, the conscious and our being, the mind and our sense of matter.

Within our projected reality are many realities and truths, worlds and entities. The whole body in reality surrounds, encompasses and impregnates all projected realities pertaining to our self, and aspects of the self including our mind (rational and irrational), the conscious, our deeper being , the self , what we experience and the witness. Each one whole being projects “the world” and a self that may “experience” that world. We think or presume we sense and form notions, but a whole body projects the world from what he or she senses, and “we” as self and “our” notions too, come from beyond our reality, and ultimately from the whole body. In our relation as part with our whole is our truth, freedom, will and destiny.

We are reflective and we project (as described in psychology), we identify with the world and others but also with our self, we are intentional and express. And we may relate with the whole body, of whom we as self are a part – while the Earth supports life, and a whole body lives to support us. I place my hope in this for the world, the repercussions of which are unforseen, not just as of the uncertainty of our reality but of an unfactored Truth of the whole body and our part. Am I right to think it arouses our human curiosity and need for salvation, validation as well as destiny that has laid dormant forever from Truth, and from our particular truths laid down exhausted through the development of the self, destruction of dogma and disappearing future that culminated in modernity?