Being a part

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 i. 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.

In this relation is the immanence of Reality in us, as a projected part.

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i “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”.
Here we may
go on to capture 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 connect through the various parts of our reality (in the experience, having an experience, witness) in our “actuality” as projection, and refer to our whole as a part, to be in relation with him or her.
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raditionally 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.
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.

From the start, as a part

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, we usually do not think of, of whom our existence and more are parts.

As a part of our whole, we are a part of Reality.

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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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).

Be a part

Mereology, the study of parts and wholes, when applied to us, infers the immanence in us of All-Creation-God.

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A part displaces the whole.

Be a part.

Everything of you
is a part of your whole,
including the words
you see and read,
everything you experience,
your feelings and being.

There’s a Whole body, in Reality;
Whole self, more than the sum of parts;
Whole being alive, of Creation, on Earth;
one whole of whom you are a part,
one amongst and next to,
many wholes.
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There are many self-s within our whole.

Our part displace
our whole, in being a part.

Our whole, transcendent of,
displaced from, our reality.
We, as a part,
apart from our whole.
Yet we, in being a part,
infused by our whole.

In being a part
of our whole,
who intern is a part of Reality,
we are a part of, and
permeated by, it
– an Entirety.

Reality is an Entirety.
The One and only includes everything,

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Twisted twine, like tangled fishing line, form loops that open different fields of self and experience.

including what we, in our minds,
contemplate, outside of its inclusion;
all wholes and dichotomies are
in and of Entirety.

Immanent in
transcendent of
us
is
All-Creation-God who is
Reality that is an Entirety.

Partake and inherit
this inherent ache,
God is immanent in all
parts and wholes;
seek what is transcendent
but is immanent in the meek.

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Within our reality are inner and outer worlds.

Become a part.
Open to your whole,
who encompass your all,
inside and outside, others and the world.
Through your whole is
your part in Reality.

Be a part, of your whole.

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Conscious mind witnessed           

Sequence of blogs entries on the witness.

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notion and sense, conscious mind notion and sense, conscious mind

We are
conscious mind
notion and sense
witnessed.

Our deepest sense and presence
of the world, others
and our self,
their actuality
including the witness’,
as projection
may be
related to that whole
who projects our all,
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a projected part,
by whom we, as identity
and our reality
of having an experience witnessed,
are projected through
the brain and spinal cord (CNS).

Brain spine and nerve roots floating on end, tapering tip and top a split. Brain spine and nerve roots floating on end, tapering tip and top a split.

Down through chest, diaphragm and belly
land through deeper being,
other end is a clue
as to our floating part and whole.

The core is the reference.

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Definitions : Witness

How can we be self aware, if not for a witness by which we are aware?

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The witness is a void, disassociation itself, by which we are aware of our self, and what we experience. It is the displaced complement to the manifestant parts of our reality, namely the self and its experience, but also the conscious and deeper aspects of our being.

We may be aware of what the witness witnesses.

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The conscious and the witness

How can we be self aware, if not for a witness?

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Components of our reality, in space : as projected or placed by our whole, through the CNS (Central Nervous System).

Our reality consists of 1) our self or identity (having an experience or experiencing), 2) our deeper being, 3) what we experience of the world including other whole beings of reality, and our worlds or realms within, 4) all that is necessary for us having an experience, before the CNS and the projection of these components, including the conscious and the witness, 5) the spaces between these components.

We may know or recognise that we are conscious and that we are conscious of our self (self conscious) and what we experience. Intentionality describes the nature of the conscious being conscious of something, ie., of our self and of what we may experience in our reality.

To witness is a familiar act and experience of…

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