Be a part

Conscious of
being a part.

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the rest of our whole.

Our whole, he or she, is
displaced by
our being a part,
but must in Reality be;
beyond us transcendent
in us immanent,
both Reality and our whole are.

As a part of our whole,
we must a part of Reality be,
for our whole
being of Reality.

Open to being
a part.
Tune into Reaity,
immanent in your everything.

Two poems of mereological orientation from 10Aug17

Everything, everyone, every part, every whole
– from a mereological orientation of our part, and Reality

Everything is a part of its whole.
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You are a part of your whole;
I am a part of my whole.

And everything is a part of Reality,
an entirety,
the one and only whole;
it includes all wholes,
all dichotomies, inside but also outside.

For you, there is only
the rest of your whole.
Beyond your inside and outside,
your everything, your everyone, your world,
your whole, touched by the rest of Reality,
is a long long way away in all directions
through the rest of whole.

 

Reality and our part

Everything is a part of its whole.
Everything is a part of Reality.

Reality is an entirety,
the one and only whole
that includes all wholes;
inside and out
subject and object
conscious and matter
space-time and quantum
– all dichotomies, where they exist,
and our being conscious and aware of
our notion and sense of them.

From the start, as a part, with a second half

We know we exist.

You are there, in your reality, conscious and experiencing things, as I am in my reality, as self or identity.

While what we experience (you and I, as self or identity) may be uncertain when scrutinised i, we know there is more to our reality, and to our self ii.

And there is a whole, beyond our more, we usually do not think of, of whom our existence and more are parts.

Also, as a part of our whole, we are a part of Reality.message 01

Our whole may permeate us, and Reality may be immanent in us, but only in our being a part of our whole. We must present, open and surrender our self, in our being a part, to the presence of our whole being, who is of Reality.


Everything that is of you and your reality, is a part of your whole.”

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Reality cannot be directly experienced. It does not exist in “our” reality.

What we do experience of the world is an indication (phenomenal world). It can never be reality because it is our experience. It comes from beyond us, from our whole, who is in Reality.

Information about the real world and our whole self, from sense organs such as the eyes, ears, and sensors for tension and length, in tendons and muscles, is carried by nerves to the brain from which, we are given a sense of the world and of being in it. Our reality is constructed” in the brain, and placed or “projected” in space through the CNS (Central Nervous System), by our whole.

With this “Orientation”, we can regard the part we are, in relation with our whole.

All that we experience, all that we are and feel, and our deepest being, everything that is of our self, is a part of our whole. It is not for us to become the whole; we are a part, as self or identity, within “our” reality of conscious experience and self witnessed iii. We can get to places, gain things, such as realisations, feelings, understandings and knowledge, and we can change in our self, but look beyond these experiences and states of being, to a relation with our whole.

That relation is as a part, and in this relation, as a part, is the immanence of Reality in us, and others.

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i What we experience (you and I, as self or identity), is difficult to determine. If we try to pin it down to what it definitely is and prove or question on what basis we know what something is, it‘s all words and what we experience. Like science, because science is a part of the mind, nothing is proven right or true, except in certain conditions or particular contexts eg. relativity for things in space and time, quantum for things smaller than atoms, Newton’s law of gravity for things in space and time at relatively slow speeds and short distances and time, relative to the speed of light.

ii We have different types of experiences (good/bad, past/ present, mind/feeling/body etc), various identities (varies with different company or situations), broader/narrower or faster/slower minds, deeper states of being, and different states of consciousness and stimulation (arousal).

iii “Our” reality, of conscious experience and self witnessed.
Our reality refers to the one we are in, as self or identity. “Our” is to distinguish Reality from “our”
reality, of conscious experience and self witnessed. The witness is a part of our reality, though we recognise it as transcendent. It is transcendent of experience and self, and impossible to experience in our usual direct way. Rather, we are aware of what the witness witnesses. Thus we are aware of what we experience, but we can also be aware of our self ie., self aware. By inference of being self aware, we can know that there must be a witness; “how can we be self aware, if not for a witness”.
      Traditionally the witness is a place we go to, to disengage and allow our various parts (including the self and experience) to fall into place passively or with some particular focus (which may be a chant, work, sleep, hobbie, relationship, or what ever we get into). All conscious experience is before the witness.
      Here however, we may go on to capture the witness in its “actuality”, as projected in space (behind from where we line-up and face the world we experience, and extending below). We can not just know it is there, or shift to its transcendence and be the witness, but in our “actuality” as projection, we can connect through the various parts of our reality (in the experience, having an experience, and witness) and refer to our whole as a part, to be in relation with him or her.
       It is not ambition or cleverness that makes us involve the witness. Rather in is a necessary consequence of referring our reality to our whole, which includes both the conscious (by which we are conscious of, what we are conscious of, ie, our self and what we experience), and our witness.

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

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“Orientation” comes of
1) understanding parts and wholes (mereology),
2) the “actuality” of our self and our reality as a part of our whole, and
3) Reality is Entirety, the one and only whole, and All-Creation-God.

Poem Straight up JUn17 (2cc)Our reality, occupies space. As a part within a geometric piece, set in our human condition, we are held within “projected” structures. Of realms, shapes, levels and layers, all of our self and what we experience, is enmeshed in our projected reality, and manifests within it. It is projected through the CNS (Central Nervous System), by our whole: Projection is fundamental of our – “conscious self and experience witnessed” – reality.

Our whole, has physical form, and other parts including our projected part. He or she is the whole body who is in and of Reality, our whole being alive, and whole self being. As of all wholes, our whole is more than the sum of all his or her parts, including projected, in Reality.

Reality and our part”

Reality is an Entirety,
the one and only whole,
All-Creation-God.

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

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

Of conscious experience
and self 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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Atman and Brahman, is the whole self of Reality and Reality, and also Nothingness and the Way. Within Emptiness, of disassociation in space, 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 being of Reality. There is more to our reality than what we are conscious of and witness, but beyond our more, or less, our inside and out, is our whole.

But where? Is there a whole? Where is our whole?

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A part displaces its whole, which needs all of its parts together, to be whole. As for a student in a class, surrounded by other students, there is no whole for the part. The “Whole” leaves the “Part” (of necessity) 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.”

There is a mereological (study of parts and wholes) “double displacement” in being a part, from both the whole the part belongs to, and the one and only whole that is Reality, (contains all parts and wholes). We may consider this as the basis of creation and emergence, within Reality, of greater and lesser, parts and wholes; things come to be (solipsistic, quantum entangled emergence and probabilistic) displaced from Reality, and manifest as an entity (existential, relativistic or kinetic binding causality and determinism) from parts encompassed by their transcendent whole, transcendent of its parts, in Reality.

Entities of Reality are whole in matter, and of form or nature that is more than the sum of their parts. A tree, Earth, a spoon but also an atom, are all whole entities of substance  and character (nature). A part exists because of its whole, and Reality that a whole entity is of. The quantum field of sub-atomic particles of atoms, culture medium for tissues and cells outside of a living organism, context for “what” we determine of experience in our reality, and the nationality of a person competing in the Olympics, correspond to the “Rest of whole”, “Part” and the “Whole” they are associated with.

Reality is there, transcendent of its partsAs a part, we may be infused by the presence of our whole, but also Reality because our whole is of Reality. In our “part-hood”, is the immanence of Reality in everything, within our reality and beyond it.

As a part, of your whole and Reality :

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

“Immanent in you, is Reality, in you being a part of your whole.”

Everything is a part of Reality; Reality is transcendent of, immanent in, and encompassing of Everything, in our being a part.”

A part in our mind

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Reach deep
and it is in your mind,
where you speak;
in your mind
and out, with words.

Fishing line cast
to self,
before witness;
aware of what
the witness witnesses.

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Whole being of Reality,
everything of me and my reality be you.
Displaced transcendent from me, in me being a part, of you
immanent, in me, in me being, your part.

The conscious and feeling,
deeper being and self,
aspects of us and the world are projected;
constructed (make-up) is our reality,
“ours” as self or identity.

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It is what we,
as self or identity, are;
a part of our whole.

Through our whole, we
are immanent of,
pervaded by the presence and truth of,
Reality, for our whole being of Reality,
Entirety, one and only whole,
All-Creation-god.

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