Science of the Causal Matrix
A synopsis of Philosophy - Theory of Creation - Microvita science
By Pankaj / Frank van den Bovenkamp, Oct. 7, 2015
The "Trigunatmika" is not exactly a "triangle of original guna's", but a triangle of guna-interaction permutations (not: "guna-permutations"). It is a still somewhat theoretical figure, mediating between the homomorphic (undiscernible guna's) and autogenesis (wave) stages.
Each of the guna-interactions can be extroversive ("1") or introversive ("0"), so the following guna-interaction permutations exist:
"000" completely introverted, simultaneous, unmanifest state (static)
In other words, in the triangular state the guna-interaction permutations now act as guna's. As the original guna's remain undiscernible, there are not 8, but only 4 non-trivial permutations. The mutative permutations together constitute the vertex where the linear force is radiating from the triangular receptacle. Theoretically, any number of guna's could come together, but as all interactions resolve to single waves, the number of guna's reduces to three. In the final stage, the guna's manifest as the sentient and static pauses of a radiated wave, with the mutative phases binding them. Now the guna's are fully known.
The same autogenesis of the Causal Matrix at the same time exist as a theoretical form, and as a nucleus within a radiant field. Their relation is a-causal - one side implies the other, and one can see either one or the other. In a philosophical sense the nucleus is substantiated through the bi-phased cycle of mind, and the theoretical form through bifurcation. In terms of guna-interactions, the bifurcating factor exists in the form of the four main permutations keeping the homomorphic and the sequential states poised "on the silver lining between matter and abstract".