blaine wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:52 am
What is the part of the natural growth process that imparts the cosmic structure that isn't a part of the synthetic growth process?
It is actually pretty simple... remember that a displacement in time is "material" and a displacement in space is "cosmic." What you are missing is that a displacement
in space (yin, angular) is not the same as a structure
in space (yang, linear).
All motion has the potential to be spatially displaced. All atoms except the Noble gas series, have a spatial rotation--a cosmic displacement. (The "C" in the A-B-C notation.) When it comes to atomic notation, Larson uses a relative
displacement model, which means he picks the smallest displacement from the base, rotational component. It is analogous to counting the number of stairs either up from the lower level, or down from the upper level. If you look at oxygen, 2-2-(2), you obviously see the (2) as a cosmic displacement--a rotation in space. What is not so obvious is that the other end of the staircase we find beryllium, 2-1-2 where it LOOKS like we have a material, electric rotation--but it is actually 2-1-(6).
What gets lost in this understanding is that we are dealing with SPEED, not a "thing." It is like looking at a speedometer that ranges from 0-100. The needle position can be expressed in two, different ways: up from 0, say 0+40 = 40, or down from 100, 100-60 = 40. The needle is still in the SAME PLACE for both measurements.
Then you run into the balance situation at the half-way point, since 0+50 = 50 and 100-50 = 50, so which one do you use? This is the case with carbon, silicon, cobalt, rhodium, ytterbium and nobelium... half-way points that can be expressed as, in the case of carbon, either: 2-1-4 (0%+50%) or 2-2-(4) (100%-50%). You DON'T have two, distinct atoms--same atom, just TWO different perspectives.
That is how displacements
Look at the material side of things--atoms form molecules, say H.OH, water. The basic rotations of hydrogen and oxygen are material, in time. BUT--water has a geometry and therefore a structure
in space--"lines of force" holding the atoms together--and "lines" means a linear relationship
--not a rotation.
The cosmic displacements of hydrogen and oxygen are just "dangling" in the cosmic sector, without any relationship to each other.
What happens with the life unit
is that those "cosmic dangles" form a structure in time
, a cosmic molecule
, so you have "living water," a structure
in space coupled with a structure
A synthetic crystal grows by material aggregation--there is only random connection in the cosmic, if any. A natural crystal grows by BOTH material and cosmic aggregation, a balanced, complex structure.
Metals exhibit this with the concept of "shape-memory," where the pressure (a spatial displacement moving through the time of the atoms) causes a structural configuration on the cosmic side, something the metal can "remember" after being deformed in space and bias the choice of how to bend back.
This is what "tuning crystals" is about... you focus your bioenergy on them in an attempt to cause the cosmic components to form a structure suited to your purpose. What is missed is that vibration--and impulse
--need to be applied to the crystal (concepts from L-M technology), to cause significant change to the unobserved half.
SoverT wrote: ↑
Wed Oct 04, 2017 1:31 am
And in relation to biological beings, it's been mentioned multiple times that some entities on the planet have no cosmic soul, which should not be possible as a matter of motion balance. Particularly when it's also posited that when a human's cosmic side is separated from the material, the imbalance causes the dissolution we call death. Both of these shouldn't both be true, unless there's another type of space-only aggregates that can be stable without balance. A contradiction in terms of The Postulates.
All living entities have a "cosmic connection," but not necessarily the cosmic body we would call a "soul." Take a blade of grass, for example. It is alive, but does not have a "cosmic blade" associated with it--it has "archetypal grass," more like a group entity on the cosmic side that ALL the blades of grass connect to, to maintain the life structure. This shows up in psychology as "collectives" and "archetypes" (the nonlocal and local versions, respectively, of aggregate motion). A "collective" is analogous to "equivalent space" in the RS, whereas the "archetype" is the rotational structure behind it.
Technically, those "entities" that don't have a soul--don't
have a "soul," but ARE still connected to something more generic that maintains the living status. Death occurs when the break between the material structure and the cosmic structure (soul or otherwise) is severed.