Saturday, 10 March 2012

The flowic model

The flowic model is based on what we perceive as conflicting forces and paradoxes. Duality is thought of as one singular entity, so wherever we may encounter forces that appear as opposing each other, or complementing each other, we are in fact witnessing one congruent force that is split into two by our perceptions. That is probably the most basic tenet of the flowic model.

The flowic model is a both a continuum-based and categorical system. The flow can be thought of as non-teleological as its very principle implies that there is no ultimate state, but a continuous never-ending supervenience of categories. Entities can be thought of as categorical continua, which means that they are whole seamless continuous patterns which are made out of an infinitude of categories. Again here we see the dualistic perception of these entities where on one hand they appear as made out of many categories but on the other hand they appear like continua. This dualistic nature of things obviously can be seen everywhere, notably the dualistic energy-matter state of particles.

The flow is both a continuum and a set of categories. It is the continuous movement between every possible category. Each possible category is a continuum itself containing every possible category within the parameters of the parent category.

A continuum can be thought of as a seed code, the initial parameter that gives rise the every possible expression of that code. Each expression then becomes a seed code that gives rise to every possible expressions within that code. This can be thought of as an infinite tree of degrees.

Spectra or continua can be thought of both as finite and infinite. This duality seems to be all pervasive, but it is also important to note that it’s a human perception mechanism. The duality of finite and infinite is one singular state, just like the duality of a particle’s energy-matter state. The perception of two seemingly complementary or opposite forces is purely humanistic. It is very hard to conceive of non-dual states as we are literally wired to perceive everything as such, but at least we can conceptualise that dualistic expressions are in fact singular expressions of the same force.

A hyperverse spectrum includes all possible spectra of multiverses.
A multiverse spectrum includes all possible space-time continua.
A space-time continuum includes all possible complexity spectra.
A complexity spectrum includes all possible energy-states.

In the horizon we can conceptualise the space-time continuum, the one compound entity that includes the whole of space from its beginning until its end.

It’s a nesting doll of infinity. Infinities within infinities ad infinitum. That is how we ultimately perceive everything, as infinite spectral entities.

The self appears to be finite within the space-time continuum, but it goes across through the hypertime continuum, the infinite iterations of the same self across the multiverse. This spectrum of selves is what is symbolised in cultures as reincarnation, multiple lives, karma etc. The hypertime self is what some people call the higher self. The higher self experiences hypertime like we experience regular time. She is the spectrum of all possible space-time continuum selves, each self similar to what we experience as the infinitesimal moments in time. To the higher self, a lifetime is as infinite and as fleeting as the present moment is to us. Communication with such an entity is only achievable through focusing on the concept of the existence of such an entity. The higher self can be thought of us the continuous spectrum of a pattern that expresses itself as a self across hypertime.
In this vain, we can further conjecture the existence of a hyper self, that includes all possible higher selves within a multiverse, or the spectrum of higher selves. The hyper self experiences a time as made up of infinitesimal moments of higher selves. And so on.

Each level works in its own discrete way, yet all levels share the same pattern. This pattern is thought to be communicated from level to level, reiterating itself in more complex iterations. This complexity reaches a threshold where the entropy needed to sustain it is surpassed. At high levels of entropy, complexity collapses onto itself and iterates the pattern in reverse, what might be called de-complexification or devolution. The levels at this stage decrease in complexity until they reach the primordial pattern that spawned them. The movement from low-complexity/entropy to high-complexity medium-entropy to low complexity-high entropy is a temporal entity, or a universe across all time. Clusters of temporal entities, or multiverses, include all possible outcomes from the primordial temporal pattern. This spectrum of outcomes can be perceived as hypertime, where the movement of time and being from past to present to future is understood as one dimension. Hypertime even though infinite, implies a sense of time across parallel universes, the movement from simple universes to complex universes and back to simple universes. There are infinite temporal entities within multiverse clusters, and an infinite number of clusters creating the spectrum of all multiverses, or the hyperverse. A hyperverse simply includes all possible multiverses, each of them containing every temporal and meta-temporal outfold.

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