Reality, Entirety, the one and only whole, All-Creation-God 3

message 10a“Orientation” comes of
1) the “actuality” of our self and our reality as a part of our whole,
2) the understanding of parts and wholes (mereology), and
3) Reality as Entirety, the one and only whole, and All-Creation-God.
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Our reality, occupies space. As self or identity, we are a part of a geometric piece, held within greater “projected” structures. Of realms, shapes, levels and layers, all of our self and what we experience, is enmeshed in projection. It emanates or flows out from our whole, through the CNS (Central Nervous System).

We normally “live”, as self or identity, in our reality of conscious experience, identifying with what we determine ”what’s what” of our reality, that is relative within context and depends on perspective. However, in absolute terms it’s all experience which releases the self having an experience, from what is experienced. (The distinction between experience itself and what is experienced, is well established in phenomenology.)

From “what” we experience, that is determined relative within context, and the existential absolution and detachment of “it’s all experience”, we step further into what is fundamental of our reality, which is projection.

Projection is our “actuality”, the existence in fact of our reality, as placed in space by our whole, through the CNS. Projection is what our reality, including our self, is; we can reduce all human reality, to conscious experience and self, and projection. However, this fundamental, seemingly cold and inert fact about our reality, must imply our living whole being of Reality, and our being a part of him or her. Our whole is next to other whole beings and in Reality, while we tend to identify exclusively with what we experience of the world, which is an indication of people and things in Reality.

While projection is the mechanism, of “how” our reality comes to be, just as significant is our being a part which addresses the “why” question of our self and our reality. It is answered indirectly, in terms of our whole being, who projects our part. We must look to a relation with our whole, as a part, because we are a part.

So, where is our whole? Where is it, or rather, he or she? What about Reality?

message 01A part displaces its whole. From the perspective of the part, there is no “Whole”, only the “Rest of whole”. The “Whole” leaves (of necessity) the “Part” and the “Rest of whole”, transcendent of, or displaced from them both. We can see in Diag. 1, the “Whole” is transcendent of, is immanent in or pervades, and encompasses, the “Part” and the “Rest of whole”.

Diag. 1 “A part displaces its whole, for being a part.”

The rest of our whole, include  indications of what are “different aspects of Reality”. These aspects of Reality, indicated in our reality,  include life, matter, whole things human things, space and time. They make-up our phenomenal world we experience and may try to understand and know.

Aspects and their tangents.jpgOur enquiries and endeavours, each reach far, penetrating boundaries of our knowing and known world, seemingly closer through mystery towards Reality, but in its aspectsThey are the tangents of linear reduction, necessarily bound, to “us” as self, observer and the grasper (with mind and within mind), where they (the tangents) start from. These tangents, our deterministic quests within the aspects, can never meet or reach Reality, but point through their particular field or aspect of Reality.

While string theory may tie relativity and the quantum, our knowing in those fields of physics extend beyond the intuitive, and do not include other theories about other aspects of Reality such as life or humanity. Our knowledge of life for example, includes the mapped brain, mapped genes and listed bio-chemical processes of cells, and points in “tangents”, seemingly towards what may control and co-ordinate their expression beyond our frontiers. The point is that everything of our reality is a part of our whole and Reality. While including our part, with our aspects of Reality, our enquiry into them, the applications of our proven theories and our experiences of their workings, our whole is of Reality.

W 700ms edited seq'ceBeyond our cognitive or knowing domain, we join with others, in our conscious, emotive, and somatic or deeper being levels. We are also a part in instinctive, intuitive, as well as mystic realms of archetypal entities, and into the subconscious.

Projection allows us to extend through some of these dimensions, but not necessarily all or many, to be in relation with our whole as a part. Beyond what you may gain, where you may get to in your reality of conscious experience, and what you may become in your self, look to your relation with your whole, and the immanence of Reality in this relation with your whole, as a part.

“Everything, of you and what you experience, is a part of your whole.”

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Reality and our part”

Reality is an Entirety, Poem Straight up JUn17 (5)
the one and only whole,
All-Creation-God.

All wholes transcend their parts,
being displaced by their parts, but are
immanent in their parts, and
encompassing of them all.

All-Creation-God pervades
all parts and wholes, Everything is
immanent in us and our all also,
by our being a part
of our
individual whole.

Of conscious self and experience,
of aspects of things in reality, our reality
is a part of our whole,
projected through the CNS,
by our whole.

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“Everything, of you and what you experience, is a part of your whole.”

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Atman and Brahman, are the whole self of Reality and Reality, and also Nothingness, the absence of our whole from our projected part (mu of Zen Buddhism)  and “the Way” (Dao of Daoism). Within Emptiness (kuu of Zen Buddhism), of disassociation within our projected reality, we are set linear with what we experience; and we open and extend, different ways in different directions. Our all is within brain-spine (CNS) projection, that is a part of our whole, a whole being of Reality. There is more (to our all that is consciousness and witnessed) but beyond our more, or less, our inside and out, is our whole.

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Lost aparts

Sydney. A cool wintery day in mid-spring. Welcomed rain may be a sign of a wet La-nina summer to come.

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Lost aparts

text and talk
reinforce our gawk
where’s the walk
way home

contexted content, parcelled particle
fielded fields of propagated paganda

words in print incite in mind
text in screen penetrate clean,
save the whales, don’t eat cows
choose what you want, and get your sleep tight

how do you know?
what do you care for?
what do you do?
how do you think to know?

what to click?
push the cursor to
a box to tick?
there’s a mouse
an arm
your neck’s a crick?

Poem Straight up JUn17 (2cc)heads up you’re lined up
from within a head

it’s of the one seated
facing the screen you glean

all is sense within your reality
what makes sense insighted insitu
before there ever was
a screen a head
of you

Pandora's corner 5 j framebut your head
is a clue
inside outside go through you
within your sense, an innocent inner sense,
of a head

all apart lost
but within your whole
surrender sacrifice
present your part
disintegrate in your whole’s embrace

transcendent though
your whole from you
everything of you is a part of your whole

interface less friendly, with change ever user friendly
the cursor you may curse, perhaps even for clicking onto here
everything of you is a part of your whole

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Everything of our reality is within our whole, including what we divide self and environment. He or she is more than the sum, of our self, the solid body, and our sense of the world. Our whole is of Reality, touched by the Rest of Reality, of Nature, beyond our sense, is of Wilderness and includes our sense of technology, development and progress.

And Reality, Entirety, the one and only whole, encompasses our part, our whole, all other parts and wholes, and is more than their sum.

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Within our reality, we may be in relation with our transcendent whole, and immanent of him or her and Reality, in becoming a part.

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Black and white

“Everything, of your self and what you experience, is a part of your whole.”

03aIsolated from our whole in our struggles, we up hold heaven against demons. It’s so easy and natural to cling to life, in spite. But the loss and shock of our past are carried in our wake, by our whole.

Our struggles are not so black and white in our reality, as we would like to make it.

Trust your whole. As self or identity, we are a part of our whole being. And so also with everything we may experience, parts of their whole. Though he or she is transcendent of our reality, our whole, must be there, in Reality.

Reality, Entirety, the one and only whole, All-Creation-God 2

3 (11).jpg“Orientation” comes of
1) the understanding of parts and wholes (mereology),
2) our reality as a part of our whole, and
3) Reality as Entirety, the one and only whole, and All-Creation-God.
poem-straight-up-jun17-2cc.jpg

Our reality, occupies space. As self or identity within the human condition, we are a part of a geometric piece, held within greater “projected” structures. Of realms, shapes, levels and layers, all of our self and what we experience, is enmeshed in projection. It emanates or flows out from our whole, through the CNS (Central Nervous System).

We normally “live”, as self or identity, in our reality of conscious experience and self, identifying with what we determine ”what’s what”, relative within context and depending on perspective. However, in absolute terms it is all experience, which releases the self having an experience, from what is experienced. This distinction between experience itself and what is experienced, is established in phenomenology.

We go beyond the “what” of what we experience, determined relativistic within context, and the existential absolution or detachment “it’s all experience”, to what is fundamental of our reality, that is projection.

Projection is our “actuality”, our existence in fact as placed in space, by our whole through the CNS. Projection is what our reality, including our self, is; we can reduce all human reality, of conscious experience and self, to projection. However, this fundamental, seemingly innert cold fact about our reality, must imply our living whole being of Reality who projects our reality, and our being a part of him or her. Our whole is who is next to other whole beings, while we tend to identify exclusively with what we experience, which are indications of who and things that are in Reality.

While projection is the mechanism, the “how” of our reality existing, just as significant is our being a part which addresses the important “why” question of our self and our reality. The answer is not direct, in the normal linear deductive way we question, determine and answer things in our reality, that keeps us there, in our reality. The universal concern about the human condition and reality, is addressed in our self in our reality, that is a part of our whole being, who intern is a part of Reality, the one and only whole. We must look to a relation with our whole, as a part, because we are a part.

So, where is our whole? Where is it, or rather, he or she? Is there a Reality?

message 01A part displaces its whole. From the perspective of the part, there is no “Whole”, only the “Rest of whole”. The “Whole” leaves (of necessity) the “Part” and the “Rest of whole”, transcendent of, or displaced from them both. We can see in Diag. 1, the “Whole” is transcendent of, is immanent in or pervades, and encompasses, the “Part” and the “Rest of whole”.

Diag. 1 “A part displaces its whole, for being a part.”

We join with others, in our conscious, cognitive (knowing), emotive, and somatic or deeper being levels. We are also a part in instinctive, intuitive, as well as mystic realms of archetypal entities, and into the subconscious.

Projection allows us to extend through some, but not necessarily all or many, of these dimensions, to be in relation with our whole as a part.

“Everything, of you and what you experience, is a part of your whole.”

____________________________________________

Reality and our part”

Reality is an Entirety, Poem Straight up JUn17 (5)
the one and only whole,
All-Creation-God.

All wholes transcend their parts,
being displaced by their parts, but are
immanent in their parts, and
encompassing of them all.

All-Creation-God pervades
all parts and wholes, Everything is
immanent in us and our all also,
by our being a part
of our
individual whole.

Of conscious self and experience,
of aspects of things in reality, our reality
is a part of our whole,
projected through the CNS,
by our whole.

____________________________________________

“Everything, of you and what you experience, is a part of your whole.”

___________________________________________________________

Atman and Brahman, are the whole self of Reality and Reality, and also Nothingness, the absence of our whole from our projected part (mu of Zen Buddhism)  and the Way (Dao of Daoism). Within Emptiness (kuu of Zen Buddhism), of disassociation within our projected reality, we are set linear with what we experience; and we open and extend, different ways in different directions. Our all is within brain-spine (CNS) projection, that is a part of our whole, a whole being of Reality. There is more (to our all that is consciousness and witnessed) but beyond our more, or less, our inside and out, is our whole.

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Single self, many self-s

“Everything is a part of their whole.”

Within our whole, we experience our self, things and others. We know there’s more to our reality, and its make-up.

There are parts we may extend to and include or shift into and find our selves in;  deeper, beyond and other-side, and in different realms and dimensions, including dreaming, feeling and remembering. Our conscious state and state of being may fluctuate, depending on energy levels, drugs, activity etc. These should remind us of realities, others in them, but also many self-s in different situations.

Our reality includes our self and our experience, but also the world we may experience, the conscious, and the witness by which we are aware There is also our deeper being.

However, normally, we consider our self a single entity.

Our sanity, authenticity, truth, accountability, is based on this supposed one self. While we may be uncertain within, we meet the world certain with this single self. Easily reactive when confronted, to be defensive and avoiding, or argumentative and aggressive.

We may try to be consistent, appropriate, or trust our innate condition and be natural, but ready to grab the levers, if ever control seem lost. We are strong and vigilant in our head quarters, being the one in control, waiting for our “turn off”.

I am referring to our self-s, others and things together in the third party and indirectly as “everything” to approach “their” actuality. In being of our reality, all that is of our self, and what we experience of the world and others in our inside and outside, deeper and other-side realms, belong as parts to our whole.

Our relation with our whole is referred to indirectly because the whole is transcendent of its parts. Also we have a sense of separation from other parts in both positive and negative ways. These reflexive entanglements seem embraced by “our” whole in referring to him or her as “theirs”, so that we in our self may be received by our transcendent whole, together with our equal, but other parts, necessary for our integration.

“Everything is a part of their whole.”

Try this message. It comes from a mereological orientation of our reality as a part of our whole, who is of Reality, the one and only whole.

Mereology is a study of parts and wholes, that is a part of logic, and in itself is complete. To this I have joined our actuality, the existence in fact of our reality as a part of our whole being, and Reality.

Please examine other entries in this blog for further statements and considerations tah come of this “Orientation” of the human condition and reality. Poem Straight up JUn17 (5)

 

 

Sense of Oneness

When our time and space story “uncouple”, in our reality …..

 

Our reality exists in a space; our lives, the world we experience, and our sense of self, in space that is a part of our whole. There, within that space, is also movement, breathe, change, with our sense of time.

Our space and time are references or fields for what exists “on” space and happens “on” time, in our reality.

We experience, in our reality, versions of Reality, that are provided by our whole from Reality, where he or she is and is of (Reality).

The indications of those space and time aspects of Reality, the things that exist or manifest (in space) and change in it (with time), may “uncouple”.

Many people report a “sense of oneness” that is timeless, boundless, with no sense of self. It can be an accident, rare or once in a life-time event, profoundly revealing or confirmatory of the world and self-less consciousness. People find it hard to place in their scheme of things. So, it is filed away fondly, forcefully denied or forgotten, while others may try to re-live it, there may a place for it in some personal or known system of endeavour, often spiritual or to do with nature or humanity, and at least supposedly some may have got there through practices of those systems, perhaps as a particular state of being or stage of development, even as an ideal or goal, perhaps just a side effect of some larger or parallel process.

Compared to the bustle of every day life, there is peace, but often a deep reassurance or love. Very personal, yet it is not a small part of our common understanding about what can happen in the human condition. Perhaps we carry the potential of it within, for it to emerge as language is said to, emerge from within us.

free as a part

04 causal way 1free in our place
bound by our will

wilful willing well-ness
knowing in our sense
of self but also, others and the world

 

free to reach, out from mind
and grasp, back in mind

free to go linear
circular to and fro
foundational in our self, familiar

 

04 causal way 2be, as part, free and fundamental
in truth, not just by will,
your everything is a part of your whole;

everything is a part, immanent of Reality
in you being a part of your whole

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

time, space and story

time is now, here in space
our story unfolds
in reference and context

particles propagate in their fieldseeing is believing 2
of probable presence witnessed

 

our linear sequence wobble and waver
pass beyond our cognitive view
but reflexive, waves are made in another

many other times and spaces
parts of our whole being we don’t always see

 

more than the what
we see and believe, think and know
parts of our whole

Reality is Entirety
beyond our kinetic time, space and story

seeing is believing 3

Death, life, breath

Death comes to us all.

Many think, sense and believe, that parts of us continue beyond. This may be for the conscious, our soul, or a true or deeper self. For others the spirit enters us to give us life and leaves us at death.

Indeed, the dead live within the living, in our memories and dreams but also, their presence, breathe, vision or voice may be close with us. While we may rationalise, and hold to our reality or the here and now, there seems to be other realms or dimensions that parallel our sense of being in the world.

Absolutely, it is all experience. Fundamentally we are a part of a whole being of Reality.

Our whole encompasses as parts, all that we experience, think, feel, sense or believe, all that we may be conscious or aware of, and all that we may be as self or identity.tv1

He or she gives us our sense of living and breath, and allows for our contemplation and sense of life and death. Our whole is present in the present, of whom our sense of the here and now, eternity, the past or future are parts.

Our whole is more than the sum of these, and solid body parts including the brain through which our reality of I amconscious experience and self witnessed is projected by our whole. Knowing that we are a projected part of our whole, may assist us to be in relation with our whole, as a part – while he or she is alive, we may develop this relation with our whole as a part.

Our whole breathes, lives, and will die.

Poem Straight up JUn17 (5)

 

 

Consider

message 01Consider your relation with your whole.

There is a whole being of Reality, of whom our reality, of conscious experience and self, is a part. As a part displaces its whole, our whole being is transcendent beyond our part, as is Reality, transcendent beyond our whole and our part.

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Diag. 2 “Our reality of conscious experience and self (witnessed) as a part within our whole.”

Further more, our reality is not just separate as a part from its whole, but “projected” from our whole being, through his or her CNS (Central nervous System). Within our projected part, we are disassociated into more parts that include the conscious, what we experience, the self and deeper being. Finally, within our projected reality of disassociated parts, we identify in our self with what we experience. In this way, we are isolated from our transcendent whole within our reality.

message 02In collapsing the displacement within our reality, we may become a part. As a part we are perfused by our whole, and because our whole is of Reality, the one and only whole is immanent in us. A process of integration ensues in this relation as a part with our whole, for both the part that we are and our whole. Also in our self becoming a part, the immanence of Reality realises in all parts and wholes in Reality.