No answer

There are no answers
not without questions
and there are no questions
not without me
thee identity

As identity we be
a part of our whole created and placed, projected
by a whole human being
from his/her brain-spine, but why?

I am and why
statement and question
X and Y
both exist as projected actualities
both encompassed by a whole

Sperm and egg together made whole
opposites of a species
make one all that
divided and differentiated
to separate parts of a whole

With projection
we are further disassociated
to be and exist
as projected actuality
an identity and why?

Question in this
your part, place and actuality
and wait in Emptiness
Nothingness is the response
the presence of whom you belong to

And in what happens
is the response
whole truth
that changes both
you and your question

In becoming a part
and with no answer to our questions
is a return,
regression from a world of answers
that leaves more questions

In becoming a part
is our truth
it is what we are
of a whole being
who is and does

Questions unanswered  

We are too
quick to the chase
end game defines
our purpose and truth

Happiness too
becomes a thing to chase
wonderment refines
our part but struth

What to do?
shatters our place
so what? undermines
our uncertain truth

Awe and you
allow innocence to chance
with witness divines
our part in living being whole truth

The whole self and self

I hope to further establish a distinction between the whole self and the self, our projected reality and reality. It is about “projection” from the Central Nervous System or as I like to call it, the brain-spine.

I think it is important to distinguish the whole self, whole being or whole body in reality from the self and our reality. The whole body in reality “projects” or creates and places our reality including our self. The whole body is the whole self in reality; our sense of body is not our sense of self, but both are in projection, as are our sense of the world, and others, outside and in.

All human experience, levels and states of consciousness and being, sense and notion of self as well as the witness, the conscious and their actuality, can be referred to as projected parts of the whole body in reality.

This distinction also allows us to recognise the whole body as a special entity in reality for us as his or her (whole body’s) projected part. All other things and influences can only manifest through the whole body as indication in our projected reality. A relation with the whole body is made possible beyond our usual isolating identification with what we experience.  The whole being may be considered beyond projected reality (including our self), and may certainly be more than the sum of his or her projected parts.

With our sense of being and doing, our individual reality includes the cognition of truth; objective reality is the “whole” truth, reality including the whole body who projects “our” truth or our reality.