Any comment on a short video script to follow “hc turned” :
“Projected actuality” :
the inside, middle and outside bodies and the levels cognitive, emotive and somatic.
In this video, I’d like to introduce our actuality.
Some question whether we actually exist. What are we? Our self, what we experience, the conscious, there’s a witness, our deeper being – they exist as part of a whole being in reality. Our reality is created and placed, projected by the whole body in reality through his or her nervous system. Beyond the notion and sense of what we are and what we experience, what we normally call reality, our reality is projection or projected actuality.
In my previous short video the “hc turned”, I showed how the outside comes around the right, across the front and tucks back, and how we come across from the inside to impress on the world out there. The hc turned.
The wot, our line-up with and facing the wot, and through to our witness, we are centred to the right of the whole body. It happens to be where our reality, of our self and what we experience, outside and within, is placed.
I feel I’m crossing a precipice in demonstrating this openly because, I’m not sure who else has recognised this, and as far as I know, it has not been openly pointed out. However, those that can loosen their line-up with their symmetry and settle broadly to relate with their whole body, seem invariably to be centred on the right, as is my case. The few that openly proclaim “it’s true, you can tell it’s true” are perhaps innocent of the issues of certainty (or uncertainty) and realities. I hope you can find a response, to you being an actuality and to being a part of a whole being.
As I have said, it is where our actuality happens to be, and not about what it is or why, the answers to which depend on perspective, perception, context and world views. They apply to our notion and sense of what we experience, but not to our own actuality where there can be no reflecting, observing, or distancing to consider – we are it and simply there.
However, we may stop and capture ourselves in space and, in thus establishing our actuality, relate with our whole being, who “must be there” in and of reality.
You may recognise some of the bodies or shapes of our projected actuality. They float inside, middle and outside, centred to the right of the whole body.
“The conscious” reigns from above on the inside, as if to shed light on our reality; “the mind’s spread” dips in on the other side, reaches over to the outside, comes back to and loops back on the other side, and includes “the identity” on the inside with “the breath”, “the mouth” and “the body sense from spine”, and in the middle centred right “the facing” and “the line-up” with the wot; and I call the body on the outside “the floating erect protozoa”.
Do not let these labels or images detract from what they indicate and represent – our actuality, the shapes they take, and where they are in relation with the whole body.
As we relate, in our actuality, with the whole body and become more of a part, our inside, middle and outside aspects, unravel and extend through cognitive, emotive and somatic levels, that correspond to our knowing, feeling and being.
To facilitate this process, of relating with the whole body and becoming more of a part, introduce a horizontal “spread”, across the middle centred right, to the lower part, underside and underneath of our projected float. Furthermore, extend vertical axes to the inner, middle and outer aspects of your actuality.
We are drawn forwards and up by our identification with the world out in front. Gathered underneath in our centring to the right, we line-up with the world in our head; against the inner, our middle and outer aspects curve forwards according to the turn; and we fold in our vertical extent, again towards the front.
Together with the horizontal spread, the vertical axes pop open and taught our actuality, as when an umbrella is opened and the ribs makes it taught. Because he or she is committed to us in projecting our situation, when we extend, the whole body can extend as well.
And our actuality extends behind – through “emptiness“, towards the witness, away from the world we experience that seem tangible and direct, but is in fact projection projected by our whole. The witness is in a transcendent place, a disassociated state at the back of our actuality, displaced from our sense of self and what we experience.
Before you get too mesmerised or taken by subsequent experiences, refer to the whole body. The core is a useful reference for the solid whole body. Your sense of breath can also be used, to refer to the whole body who “must be” breathing in reality. The core and our breath – not to be corrective with, or attempt to become the whole self, but to relate with the whole body, as a part from within our actuality.
We are “emptiness” in our actuality, a disassociated void through which we are having an experience; the whole body is “Nothingness”, an absence in our projected reality. Our association with the whole body must be indirect and contemplative.
From where we face and line-up with the wot in the middle centred right, our actuality extends behind to “head on a platter” and under to “head on a skewer” at the cognitive or knowing level, then “bust” and “breast” in the emotive or feeling level, and “torso” through the lower ribs to the area of the liver for the somatic level of being.
The middle body is our sense of being in the world. As we extend from “bust” to “breast”, we have our sense of arm pits, flanks with “torso”, and waist to the left and right of the deeper middle body. The middle body is projected through and displaced to the right side of the real solid body, so that the left side of the middle body is buried within the confines of the whole body, and its right side placed just outside of the real whole body.
The outer and inner aspects of our actuality also extend, to a deeper sense of the world and to a deeper extent of an inner self. The breath settles deeper with the middle body’s extent, the swallow more with the inner aspects. We remain centred to the right in our association with the projected world out there.
Many are familiar today, with the practice of Mindfulness that originates from a Buddhist meditative tradition and emphasises staying in the here and now, with the observance of your most immediate experiences. Here, use your sense of the breath, swallow, your observance of your mind, and refer to the whole body who in reality is breathing, swallowing, walking etc. Our being in the here and now can be used to relate with the whole body who is in the present, on Earth in creation, in reality.
[ more of “orientation”, “what is there” of our actuality, and “what to do” to follow ]