Somehow we experience our world as having three dimensions, length, width and height and then there is time, running seemingly in only one direction.
Let’s assume for a moment that time is not a dimension but a flow of causality.
Then why do we find the focus of our attention in this three dimensional space, why not in two, or four, five, or six for that matter?
There is something that we call the five elements, in our philosophy and those five element of ether, air, fire, water and earth, stand for five distinct factors, space, gaseous, luminous, fluid and solid. [...]
Consciousness is the supreme subjectivity and all other, mundane, subjectivities or objectivities are mere blendings of the absolute subjectivity. Therefore, the mind is not an absolute entity either but a transformed state of consciousness. For the performance of its actions the mind depends on the motor or sensory organs as its direct agents. Afferent and efferent nerves, in their turn, act as direct agents of these organs. The nerves, which convey the tanmátras from objects to the mind, or activate the object with the force they acquire from the mental structure, and in this way link the mind with the external objectivities, are the indirect agents of the mind. [...]
Please allow me to share a single thought, that came across, while reading the book What is Life by Erwin Schrödinger, 1944. I am going to provide a lot of long quotes, so a bit of context is provided. You can skip them and only read the conclusion, which I try to give here first.
Every living being has a single set of DNA which encodes information about the whole entity and is the same in every cell of that entity.
Interesting preview and insight… what we do not know, in order to be able to proceed thinking we need something to bridge the gap. Maybe we call it God, or the Unknown, or X as in a mathematical formula… The difference between science and faith, seems to be that religion attributes all kind of magic to the unknown and science uses the unknown to explore the magic universe. Science analyses creation objectively and religion or a pure form of abstract spirituality or faith, does a kind of synthetic approach by merging all in supreme subjectivity.[...]
To be with other men in an heart-opening way, heals the inner man.
To feel safe to be open and visible, near and vulnerable, with your heart in touch with your deep intuition, sharing perspectives, giving honest feedback, being received without defensiveness, is a unique way to be with men.
In Contact Improvisation and similar body-oriented opportunities, under the guidance of a teacher who knows how to lead a group into sensitivity, or like in Biodanza, I experienced nearness to other men, that brought me to myself, as a man. [...]
The basic idea of microvita theory is, to imagine a particle, that is neither matter nor abstract, but living on the silverlining between abstract and matter.
So in order to do so, you must know a bit about cosmology.
„Cosmology (from the Greek κόσμος, kosmos „world“ and -λογία, -logia „study of“), is the study of the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe.“ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmology
In spiritual philosophy, there is mentioned a macro-cosmos and a micro-cosmos.
„Macrocosm and microcosm is an ancient Greek Neo-Platonic schema of seeing the same patterns reproduced in all levels of the cosmos, from the largest scale (macrocosm or universe-level) all the way down to the smallest scale (microcosm or sub-sub-atomic or even metaphysical-level). [...]
Energy is the field of potentiality to do work. Work done. Known.
In psychology, often behavior is to be seen separate from person. What he is doing, what he has done, he has the potentiality to change how he will act in the future, when he knows what the consequences of his actions are.
Who one is, is pure energy, a field of potentiality, subjective.
What one does, is known, has conscience behind it?
When I think of Baba, my guru, Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji, as a person, my mind gets light. [...]
„Now, energy is inter-transmutable and interchangeable, but matter is not inter-transmutable or interchangeable. It undergoes metamorphosis, metamorphosis once, but not always; that is, one way but not vice versa. In the cosmic arena, in the cosmic stratum, if we try to dissociate what we feel or what we conceive or what we perceive into the “knower” and “known” portions, the cosmos in the physical level is the “doing” entity in the physical level and is microvita; and the “done” portion is the world of physicality. [...]