Whole body missing

The human condition is a part of a whole being, who is alive in reality.

We, as an identity or self, together with the world we may experience, are created by our whole self, who “projects” our reality through his or her brain-spine (Central Nervous System); we exist in our projected reality as a part, created by our whole. This is introduced so that we may recognise our part and consider being in relation with our whole self and whole being. It is necessary I feel, to do so because the whole self is normally missing from our usual cognitive or knowing consciousness, world views and understanding.

And the whole self is “missing” because :-
1) We are displaced in our reality from our whole in being projected from him or her.
2) We also identify in our self with what we experience, away from and in exclusion of our whole and our being a part.
3) And there’s the difficulty of referring to our self. We are a part of the aparatus for having an experience and knowing what we experience, and cannot turn that apparatus around to experience our actual self. We can only be knowing of our notion and sense of our self or of parts of our whole self.

Can we be in relation with our whole?

What is fundamental of our reality is projection. It includes all that may be considered fundamental of our reality before projection, including the self, the conscious and witness, experience-itself and what we may experience of the worlds outside and within, just as Eienstein’s time-space continum combines what were fundamentals before it of time and space, but also gravity as the warping of its grid. However, while what is fundamental of our reality is projection, it also  refers directly, beyond our reality, to the whole self in reality of whom our  reality is a projected part.

In our fundamental existence as projected actuality occupying space, we can refer to our whole self who is of reality, to be in relation with him or her in reality. Be received by who for us is there all of our time, for us to become more of a part, develop in our state, condition and relation with our whole, and settle in our place as an integrating part. And our whole self is more complete with integrating parts.

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