Reality and “our” phenomenal worlds, inside and out

Reality and our” phenomenal worlds, inside and out


The phenomenal world is the world we may experience and try to understand. It is loosely referred to as “the world” and is usually synonymous with the “objective world”. Here, in this presentation, “world out there” is used and abbreviated as “wot”. The phenomenal world is also said to be what presents to “our” senses. However, the whole body has the eyes and other sense organs; we as an identity do not, but have just a sense or notion of eyes.

While we may think we sense things, all we ever do as an identity and self is experience, have an experience or be the experience-er. Our experiences allow us to think we sense and do things certainly, but it is the whole body or whole self who in reality does things, has the organs that sense, creates and, through the brain-spine or Central Nervous System (CNS), projects our reality, including our “sense of” doing things.

Though the phenomenal world usually refers to the outside world, our inner world may also be considered phenomena because it too is there for us to experience. Both our inner and outer experiences are parts of the whole self, created and projected by our whole with our self being the subject to what we experience being the object.

With outside and inside realms, our self as the subject between them both (see “Knobbly join” and its Plaque “The wot and the wit, the self in between”), as well as the conscious, witness and our deeper being, our reality is “constructed” of incomplete parts, that must belong to a comprehensive whole. Our whole does/can not exist in projection, but rather transcends and infuses (immenant of) our projected reality; which is a projected part of our whole being of reality, who is also in reality.

Our theories and models of reality are derived, deduced and determined from the phenomenal world we may experience. Our phenomenal worlds are themselves based on information that presents to the whole body’s sense organs, of aspects of reality that the sense organs are sensitive to and register. They are the “phenomenal aspects of reality”.

Reality itself and things in and of reality are more than the sum of the “phenomenal aspects of reality”. Through the whole body, and his or her sense organs and CNS in particular, the world we may experience is formed as a virtual version from the “phenomenal aspects of reality”. Machines and probes maysense” things and amass information that we “physically” cannot (with the whole self’s sense organs), such as infra-red light (beyond our visual spectrum) or things of extremely large and small distances, sizes, time and weights. Such information however, remains to be of the “aspects of reality” that machines we design, rather than our sense organs, are sensitive to and register. With “more” information or data we may strengthen and, if necessary, correct our understandings, but we are only closer to reality with better theories and models (which can never be reality and are of our minds notion).

While we can only experience things that are in and of reality as they manifest in projection, as formed and presented by the whole self from their “phenomenal aspects”, the whole self is a special case of reality for us being his or her part, and our whole being being of reality. In our actuality, as a projected part of the whole self, we may consider our whole and our being in relation with him or her.

the “phenomenal aspects of reality”

The phenomenal world is the world we may experience and try to understand. It is loosely referred to as “the world” and is usually synonymous with the “objective world”. Here, in this presentation, “world out there” is used and abbreviated as “wot”. The phenomenal world is also said to be what presents to “our” senses. However, the whole body has the eyes and other sense organs; we as an identity do not, but have just a sense or notion of eyes.

While we may think we sense things, all we ever do as an identity and self is experience, have an experience or be the experience-er. Our experiences allow us to think we sense and do things certainly, but it is the whole body or whole self who in reality does things, has the organs that sense, creates and, through the brain-spine or Central Nervous System (CNS), projects our reality, including our “sense of” doing things.

Though the phenomenal world usually refers to the outside world, our inner world may also be considered phenomena because it too is there for us to experience. Both our inner and outer experiences are parts of the whole self, created and projected by our whole with our self being the subject to what we experience being the object.

With outside and inside realms, our self between them (see “Knobbly join” and its Plaque “The wot and the wit, the self in between”), as well as the conscious, witness and our deeper being, our reality is “constructed” of incomplete parts, that must belong to a comprehensive whole. That comprehensive whole is our whole being of reality, who is also in reality.

Our theories and models of reality are derived, deduced and determined from the phenomenal world we may experience. Our phenomenal worlds are themselves based on information that presents to the whole body’s sense organs, of aspects of reality that the sense organs are sensitive to and register. They are the “phenomenal aspects of reality”.

Reality itself and things in and of reality are more than the sum of the “phenomenal aspects of reality”. Through the whole body, and his or her sense organs and CNS in particular, the world we may experience is formed as a virtual version from the “phenomenal aspects of reality”. Machines and probes maysense” things and amass information that we “physically” cannot (with the whole self’s sense organs), such as infra-red light (beyond our visual spectrum) or things of extremely large and small distances, sizes, time and weights. Such information however, remains to be of the “aspects of reality” that machines we design, rather than our sense organs, are sensitive to and register. With “more” information or data we may strengthen and, if necessary, correct our understandings, but we are only closer to reality with better theories and models (which can never be reality and are of our minds notion).

While we can only experience things that are in and of reality as they manifest in projection, as formed and presented by the whole self from their “phenomenal aspects”, the whole self is a special case of reality for us being his or her part, and our whole being being of reality. In our actuality, as a projected part of the whole self, we may consider our whole and our being in relation with him or her.

The “Knobbly join” knobbly join

7 Knobbly join

from recent exhibition

The depiction are of our projected actuality, our existence in fact as projection, as captured from behind. The head, neck and shoulders is an indication of the subtle sense of our whole being, which is subtle for us because we are in projection. It gives us more a sense of where we are, in our projected actuality, in relation to him or her.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cosmology

Orientation :
our reckoning and sense of out come, independence and dependence, our self and one another, the world and separation, as projected parts of our whole,
placed centred right – human condition

Orientation :
spirit, essence at core of All creation and the whole self
girt 
at base of domed diaphragm
whole self, body and being
of reality in reality
touched by the rest of creation
cosmo 5 written labelsAll creation God – reality : more than the
sum of the fundamentals and qualities we may derive of reality from the phenomenal world we may “sense”. The phenomenal world is in turn (can be said to be) created by our whole of information from the sense organs of the whole self and body that are sensitive to the “phenomenal aspects of reality”

“Our” phenomenal worlds, inside and out

The phenomenal world is the world we may experience and try to understand. It is loosely referred to as “the world” and is usually synonymous with the objective world. It is said to be what presents to our senses. The whole body has the eyes and other sense organs, however; we as an identity do not.

While we may think we sense things, all we actually ever do as an identity, is experience, have an experience or be the experience-er. Part of that experience is what allows us to think we sense and do things, while the whole self is the one who actually does and is. We as self, together with the phenomenal world, including our here and now, are projected (see below and else where for projection) parts of our whole self.

Since the wot and the wit (worlds out there and in there) are both there for us to experience, I suggest they are both phenomena, created by the whole self and projected or placed in space through the brain-spine (Central Nervous System), of information gathered via internal sense organs and those to the outside, other information, and their processing.

With outside and inside realms, and our cognitive or mind identity in between them, our reality is “constructed” or made-up of incomplete parts that must belong to a more comprehensive whole, who is our whole being in reality.

Reality must be more than the sum of all that we may “think we sense” of reality and the fundamentals, qualities, theories and models we can determine, deduce, derive and imagine of reality, from the phenomenal world we experience. Our phenomenal worlds are themselves based on the information that presents to the whole body’s sense organs of, what I term, the “phenomenal aspects of reality”, that the sense organs are sensitive to and register. Even if machines are used to sense things and amass information we physically cannot, such data is of aspects of reality we design machines to sense, from which we may strengthen and correct our understanding certainly, but we are still only closer to reality and only in our minds. There’s more to our reality – our further and deeper parts, and disassociated parts – and there’s our whole. He or she is beyond our reality of conscious experience and phenomena or what we may experience, yet includes our all as a part.

In fact our whole being is of reality, is touched by the rest of reality and is in reality. As a part, we may be in relation with the whole living being of reality we belong to.

knobbly join

for the exhibition “Cognitive part”