Polarity and Bifurcation
By Pankaj / Frank van den Bovenkamp, Jan. 18, 2015
The entitity which we call "mind" is definitely an epi-phenomena. Hence, a philosophy where "mind" related terms are quintessential, must necessarily be at least partially dualistic. In other words, the knowledge we gain from philosophy cannot ultimately be satisfactory. In order to move beyond the prevailing paradigm, our approach must be a devotional one, or a scientific one. It must be a new line of thinking.
The original ocean of creation is neither finite nor infinite. Finite and infinite are both concepts, and hence finite. In other words, "infinitity" is itself a finite concept. Therefore, rather than saying that the original ocean (of sub-waves) or Bhavastha is infinite, we could say it is boundless. Philosophically speaking, it is not bound by the relative factors of time, space and person (personal causality).
In relation to the created universe, the Abstract may appear to have become dimensional, it has acquired certain dimensional and angular attributes and hence can at one point appear space-like. These are imminent faculties, which only manifest in the attributional process, that is, as a result of the bifurcation. This is how we can begin to make sense of the Abstract.
During the bifurcation, the Bhavastha remains ultimately unassailed. However, there is a subtle difference between the state of the Abstract in relation to matter, and its original state. The constant pressure to preserve the equilibrium is in physics known as charge. It is a property of interaction, that is, without interaction there is no charge. And the state and shape and quality of that apparently transformed, space-like Abstract, is ectoplasm. If our approach is such that the ectoplasmic binding principle prevails, this is mind. If the electronic binding principle prevails, this is physics. In the latter case, we may speak of polarity, and thus polarity is how we measure the difference between abstract and matter in a style of physical interactions.
Now, if our approach, our line of thinking is neither a philosophical one, nor a physical one, the equilibrium can neither apply to mind alone, nor to polarity alone. Rather, it applies to the process of bifurcation, that is, to the game of reciprocity beween the Knower-I and Doer-I of the universe directly. And the qualification and quantification of equilibrium is called microvitum. Hence, microvitum is as subtle as ectoplasm. However, as microvitum, unlike ectoplasm, can also be applied to physical polarity in a variety of ways (in the creation of "carbonic auxiliaries"), we may say that it is in subtlety between electron and ectoplasm.
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