“I’m it” pretence

It’s a common psychosis
paranoid and narcissistic
if not obsessive and schizophrenic
and it’s enough to make you socially manic
if not depressive in an existential panic, who me?

Work and play
to meet the day
it’s therapeutic and functional
be sure and positive
whether occupational or diversional, who am I?

Soldier on (and on) till off
never mind the determining trough
in fear (mind your step) of an existential stall
close to the reality wind
we sail fair to thee all, what are we?

Hedonistic talking heads and vectored
we each pop open sails billowed
front, up and out right
skewered skew’if and secured
cornered across centred tight, what might we do?

Truth and understanding

I feel truth resonates in the silence, or Nothingness. Between the words of our mind is Emptiness.

What I regard as Nothingness, is the absence of the whole body and the rest of creation. We are a projected part of the whole body in reality, projected by the Central Nervous System. Reality, the whole body and the rest of creation, is displaced from our projected reality, to be Nothingness.

Our love is limited and conditional. The whole self however, is spirited at the core (of Nothingness) and encompass our all, including our sense of love. The spirit is the one universal essence of All creation and the whole being in creation.

My wish is that this understanding helps us find a relation with the whole being we individually belong to. Through the whole body we may be infused by his/her being, consciousness, presence (in the present that encompass our here and now) as well as love. With that we may be touched by the spirit.

Can you appreciate the distinction between the whole self and our self? We may be unsure of the real word and what are in it – within our projected reality, there are only indications of them. However, the whole self is a special entity in reality for us, because we, as self, are a projected part of one whole. The thing is to relate with him or her, to be (easy) as a part. Otherwise we tend to be isolated in what we experience in our mind, “I’m it” and “that’s the world out there”, solipsistic.

ALL the time, lost or in relation with

I post this following comments and reply on a poem

From Acorn To Oak onWas all it took

I’m often lost in a dream (as if it were) identified in projection with what I experience. The difference is like becomming lucid as in a dream, but not just knowing that and willing or being creative in your dream. The whole body is alive and not just dreaming. It is about knowing of (not just about), and then relating with, the whole self who is dreaming many dreams that you-s are in. We are not one identity within our whole, nor our reality a definitive one but of many contrasting, contradicting and conflicting realities, that are parts of a projecting, or creating, placing and carrying (and possibly caring, beyond our understanding), whole being.

The whole body is living in creation, whole being whole self on Earth. She or he is present “ALL the time” in the present “there”, eternal compared to ALL of our space and time, our here and now, our moment between our past and “what’s next” for our presence as being or consciousness.

We are always part of a whole self, and I believe we will always be in projection (by definition if nothing else). The difference is in being touched by the whole body, we are reached by reality in projection, where all other entities can only manifest through the whole body as projected indications – whether placed “in our” outside or in, they are within our projected reality and next to the whole body, if they also exist in reality. And in being touched by reality we become more a part of the whole body, and what begins with our relation with the whole body grows from whence it begins. Boundaries are encompassed in relation with who projects all, of self and other and not, of this side and beyond all boundaries – isolating, dividing, necessary and protective, to be transcended, broken and preserved, for our self as part, and beyond self and many self-s by our whole.

Free as part and asserted as part. Released into our realities, supported as “I’m it” in contrast, assimilation and identification, as part of whole self. It may happen as we fall into sleep or begin to wake, or stop to slow with what’s there and realise “there’s the who”. What’s there is a who – a godly being in creation allows us our dream, to be lost in but also to relate from, as a part in projection with our whole in reality. And behold, as part be held, through more that we think, feel and sense we are and do, our essence be touched by spirit, one essence of our whole and All creation.

The human condition is centred right

The human condition is centred right

I have re-edited my first post, and added a drawing from above of our centredness in relation with the whole body as captured from above. I reblogged it as it is a crucial aspect of my reckoning – the “where” of our projected actuality beyond the “what” of it, is the beginning of our relation with the whole body who must, in reality, be “there”.

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The human condition is projection. Our self and its experience, including the world, are projected, or created and placed, by the whole body from the whole body’s Central Nervous System.

We are normally identified with the symmetry of our reality, of the world we line-up with and face, our self having an experience, through to the witness behind. Our deeper sense of self, the world and others as we turn to them are also centred or set within their symmetry. When we relate our projected make-up with the whole body, we may find “where” our projected actuality is placed.

I find the projected make-up and actuality of my reality as I face the “world out there”, is placed through the right side of the whole body. This is apparently the case for others that I have shared “orientation” with, i.e. of our projected actuality including the world in space, and in relation with the whole body. It includes left handed and left eye dominant people I have met. It seems to me that our reality, including our sense of hands and eyes and what they sense and see, is projected through and centred on the right side of the whole body.

Our projected actuality is not a thing to correct or to be correct about. Beyond the why or what of our reality, it is there! The “where” of our projected actuality is an important clue, whether centred through the right or not, to us being a projected part and so regard one’s whole. Our self and our reality may be captured as they are, “where” they are projected, whereby we may relate with the whole body, who must be there. This is “orientation”, of our projected reality in space, and with the whole body. (For detailed exposition, see “Orientation chapters i – v” on the menu.)

I suspect that the placement of our projected reality is as fundamental as the placement of our sided organs (heart, spleen and pancreas, liver and gall bladder, ascending and descending colons). In relating with the whole body, from our isolating identification with what is in our reality, we may integrate and extend to a deeper make-up, and I recognise in these an apparent association with various organs of the body.

I welcome any interest in this phenomena or perhaps more accurately, our phenomena, and appreciate hearing from you of your response to “orientating”.