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Post (Not-So) random imagery
Hi,

there are times when I feel inspired to 'join' images together to gain a better understanding of subjects here at the forum. Gregory's latest post in his Coniunctio thread gave me an idea. It could be a visual representation of what I 'get' from his post. In this image I seemed to be concerned with the 'shape' of cesium, and the hexagon.

I was reluctant to post this. But, today as I was leaving to bring my daughter to school I was thinking about the all of the 'green' in his post. My daughter smiled and said "it's green day today!" (kids wear something green to school) At that point I felt I should post.

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Linear and Lateral Thinking


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Post Re: (Not-So) random imagery / images in words
"The 3 primary forces are intelligent"

Peace is unity, could a person take that to mean that a piece (of light) is unity? When I see the particle / wave idea I can 'see' that I provide a quadrant for the organization of matter through my consciousness. <--that thought came to me today while pondering the matter(s) discussed on this forum.

That was more of a note to self. I've posted this here because I used to be afraid to say such things 'out loud'.

Thanks for listening :)

ps: I just found this after searching the term 'centauric', I found that term searching the words 'quadrants and consciousness' together.

"According to Sri Aurobindo, Consciousness exists outside the four quadrants and manifests or expresses in them. It cannot be adequately explained as the sum of the parts. In Sri Aurobindo's terms, the four quadrants are merely the fields created by consciousness for its self-expression. Consciousness is not limited by the four. Consciousness is not forced to depend for its development on any of the four. It manifests in all four, equally or unequally according to its own choice, because it manifests in everything. The four evolve in parallel because they are all external expressions of the evolution of the same underlying movement, the emergence of consciousness in matter."

http://www.infinityfoundation.com/mandala/i_es/i_es_jacob_response_frameset.htm

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Post Re: (Not-So) random imagery
pascal b wrote:
Linear and Lateral Thinking


edit: I was just reading this (attached screenshot) and remembered this post.


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pascal b wrote:
Linear and Lateral Thinking



Well, I guess this is all about learning...

Last night I watched a show that described the horizontal plane being pierced by a vertical plane (Shiva Lingam) and all of creation proceeding from that.

How do we know things and then learn about them afterward?

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Post Re: (Not-So) random imagery
Something clicked today.

"God" is in the unconscious, the oracle sits between "us and God".

Being a good scribe (through her) is to give shape to the shapeless, making them "real".

Once the content of the unconscious becomes "alive" by way of music - writing - art through this scribing, it no longer dwells in the unconscious and has less negative effects.

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Hi,

this is a good place to put this.

20 or so years ago I used to make these random digital images out of a blank screen and a dot. I would twist the dot in photoshop and keep doing that until it started to change form. I used mostly the same two tools to make the changes, twist and rotate. I'd keep at them for months until I felt they were done, I wasn't looking for anything specific in them, but I did notice when they started to feel more organic than digital. They seem a bit primitive to me now, but an interesting thing came about recently regarding them. I follow nasa on Facebook, they posted something about plasma modelling with an image attached.

I learned afterward that plasma modelling is somehow based in twists and rotations - and that raised a brow..

Anyway, the similarity is obvious to me, and I guess this now becomes a part of the story for some reason. I'm in no hurry to know why, but I wouldn't mind knowing what I was accessing in order to produce these images.

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