To stop time

The origins of the imperative, "know thyself", are lost in the sands of time, but the age-old examination of human consciousness continues here.

Moderator: MagsJ

To stop time

Postby Meno_ » Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:29 pm

The thoughts lurking behind this is manifold and unusual.But give it a shot.

There is an internal time and an external one , and this concept can be acquired only through one's own experience of this difference.

Initially, time seems to flow evenly, singularly, as if accompanied by the sensations of a quietly flowing river. As time ,both as a historically signified series of epochs, and a simultaneous precept. When in a primordial unity of both presents a bundle of conceptualizations, the signal of a reified unity becomes a manifest certainty

Intuitive precepts of this unity occur as phenenal people like Jung and Kerouac describe their experiences in terms of backward glances, as in the former 's garden experience in his isolated, schizorypal garden, - when he merges his internal subjective and his external objective of himself in a synch.
Kerouac, similarly when climbing up toward Big.Sur, feeling the abyss of the coastline below him: , he says, 'you can't die, as a product of a timeless message, composed of.both types of temporal input.

This puts the very sensitive soul into a total reliance on the intuitive aspects of consciousness, and if this state.is intentionally suspended to the point of.a connection to the objective.aspects, it creates a hierarchy or menu.of objectives for its life's reason, purpose and meaning.

This intentional program has to be legitimized on this level, since it has.cpnnected the systemic object with the cathartic objective. This catharsis by way of intuitionally institutes this very fragile connection to the objectivity of its link to various systems of memory, creates for itself a mythology of retro rationalization for its own Being, whereby it can differentiate himself in time, through time


This is way such attempt may doom with failure or.madness any extended venture, as warned by various gurus of transcendental differentiation, well In advance of the emergence of any meaningful content.

I will leave to others to comment if interested.
Meno_
Philosopher
 
Posts: 2617
Joined: Tue Dec 08, 2015 2:39 am

Re: To stop time

Postby Amorphos » Thu Apr 27, 2017 9:00 pm

There is an internal time and an external one


Ok, so if an observer is like a torch, another torch/observer moving past it has an external relative time to the first torch or the central perspective. Is that kind of what you mean here?

I suppose that if we only count the first observer time would be still, ergo time has stopped.
The truth is naked,
Once it is written it is lost.
Genius is the result of the entire product of man.
The cosmic insignificance of humanity, shows the cosmic insignificance of a universe without humanity.
the fully painted picture, reveals an empty canvas
User avatar
Amorphos
ILP Legend
 
Posts: 7048
Joined: Wed Feb 13, 2008 9:49 pm
Location: infinity

Re: To stop time

Postby Meno_ » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:49 pm

Amorphos wrote:
There is an internal time and an external one


Ok, so if an observer is like a torch, another torch/observer moving past it has an external relative time to the first torch or the central perspective. Is that kind of what you mean here?

I suppose that if we only count the first observer time would be still, ergo time has stopped.


Yes, and more: the relative external time has variability in terms of spatial d/rx. But the so called internal time, which is not pre-figured, thereby not differentiable , has stopped for both.

Therefore, since they are not different, they are identical. They share exact internal space time, with their internal and external times being identical. As such their identity in space time makes them congruent, therefore they are inseparable, but not necessarily identical. Their differences are merely imperceptible.
Meno_
Philosopher
 
Posts: 2617
Joined: Tue Dec 08, 2015 2:39 am


Return to Psychology and Mind



Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users

cron