Re: [Mind and Brain] Re: The Collective Unconscious
Oct 24, 2007 07:49 PM
by Leon Maurer
On Oct 21, 2007, at 10/21/071:06 PM, Ronald C. Blue wrote:
> --- In MindBrain@yahoogroups.com, "Chris Lofting"
> <chrislofting@...> wrote:
> > I mentioned this in my last post to MC but I think it needs a little
> > fleshing out in the context of current day perspectives.
> >>>Michael Cecil : The problem with all of your writings, as I
> understand it, is that they raise the question of whether truth is
> really as complicated as you suggest it is.
> It turns out that Chris Lofting is correct Truth is complicated.
> In the enclosed picture what do you see A B C or 12 13 14 what is
> the truth.
> Ron Blue
Yes -- which simply goes to prove that the whole Truth can be seen as
either one, the other, or both ways simultaneously... Like looking at
the universe both from the inside out and the outside in. Thus, when
we try to look outward from the center of the Cosmos, we have to
realize that that viewpoint can be everywhere and its circumference,
nowhere. But, if we look at the same cosmos from the outside in,
that zero-point can only be located at the center of its outermost
circumference. Which goes to show that CL and MC may each be more or
less right from their own points of view... And, at the same time be
totally blind to each other's viewpoint -- which seem to be mutually
As I see it however, the holographic, fractal involved field Cosmos
can be viewed simultaneously from both the center and the
circumference -- which accounts for each of us looking outward from
the zero-point center of our own spherical universe -- that is simple
and complex at the same time, each viewpoint having a different
perspective than all the others.
Take a look! Use your imagination, extrapolate continued fractal
involution's of each inner spherical field, ad infinitum -- then
imagine all image information being carried as wave interference
patterns on the spherical surfaces of the fields -- and see for
BTW, is it a coincidence that the ABC cosmogenesis model has 12, 13,
and 14 unified field combinations? :-)
Note that all the fractal geometry of the I-Ching that CL bases his
IDM theory of meaning on, is rooted in the fractal involution of
spherical fields within fields, etc. at the moment of the Big Bang.
And, all the ideas about consciousness and creation that MC has, are
rooted in the "Omnipresent, Eternal, Boundless, and Immutable
Principle" that must underlie the primal Space or "singularity," out
of which arises the fractally involved spherical Cosmos, all its
structures, along with the infinitely ubiquitous zero-points of
potential individual animal sentient or human self consciousness...
That, while limited in number, remains always subjectively
*identical* to the initial global Cosmic consciousness... While, each
such individual "I" remains experientially and self-reflectively
*different* (but NOT separate) from all the others.
Thus, simplicity/complexity, unity/diversity, absolute/relative,
subject/object, yin-yang, creative/receptive, etc., must exist
together, simultaneously, in everything -- and phenomenally appear to
us as paradoxical... But which, fundamentally, are the natural order
of all things. Carl Jung saw all this as "synchronicity."
Unfortunately, those who don't bother to think about the essential
unity of all dualities and their roots in pre-cosmic fundamental
reality, take the easy way out, and attribute such paradoxes to a
miraculous "creator" that is personally separate from "his" creations
-- or they assume that matter is primal and all there is. This
ignorance of the essential unity of all sentient beings, is the real
cause of human suffering, as the Buddha pointed out -- who well knew,
as did the ancient Chinese master who devised the I-Ching -- the
fundamental duality between consciousness and matter, as well as the
holographic fractal nature of the primal beginning AND everything
that stems from it.
Let's see how long it will take before "science" finally catches on
and changes its present assumptions and paradigm accordingly? ;-)
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