The point, a line, perspective and context

The projected actuality of our cognitive part is depicted including perspective and context.

Depictions of our actuality can feed back our own actuality, our existence in fact as projected by our whole being. You will find nothing solid about our reality, because we are projection, projected by our whole self.

In our actuality, we may be in relation with our whole being, who for us as an identity is a subtle sense, again because we are in projection. The giff in the previous post (realityhc.wordpress.com/2016/09/25/elements/) includes an indication of the whole self who for us gives more a sense of where we are, in relation to our whole, on his or her right side.

For more on our actuality, the cognitive part and relation with our whole, see www.gendohcr.com/exhb1

 

human condition is our reality

Actuality in space of the projected make-up of our reality, is drawn as captured from behind.

Phenomenology allows for our conscious experience and self, both “as is”, as phenomena. There is hint of a deeper being. There must also be a deeper sense of the world with that deeper being.

Our reality of conscious experience and identified self is witnessed. We are “constructed” or made-up of disassociated parts, in space.

“Constructology” points at the make-up of our reality. We exist within a construct, of our conscious experience and self witnessed. It, including our self and our world, is an incomplete part of a whole being who is in and of reality. In our actuality as projection in space, we in our reality may be in relation with our whole.

Orientation captures our reality as actuality in space and introduces the whole being who creates and through the brain and spine, places and projects our reality.

Video script

This is the beginning of a script for another video called “GENDO 3 : inside middle and outside bodies – part 1”. It continues on, to include extending our projected actuality and introduces promoting the whole body. 

I have introduced our reality as a part of the whole body, in and of creation. He/she is the whole self, a whole being who creates and projects or places through his/her nervous system, all that we are and experience. It takes us beyond the usual references for determining ourselves and our reality – beyond language, perception and context, we exist as a projected part of our whole. We, as self or identity, and our experiences may, be in relation with the whole body, as projected actuality.

The images I introduce are of our projected actuality, mostly as captured from behind. Don’t just be drawn by your immediate sense of them. Consider the actuality they represent. Beyond what we may determine, projection is the very existence and substance of our reality – of our self having an experience, the world we may experience, what we experience as well as the conscious, witness and our deeper being. They are placed in particular places in relation with the whole body.

Loosen your line-up or identification in what you experience within your reality, with your usual senses. Settle broadly with a deeper sense to include your self, and consider the whole body of whom you are a projected part.