Ierrellus wrote:The is no duality.
. I agree. Its the same probem of whether the so called "demon" so the mover, meaning our lower chakras, or if we may have evolved, jumped(periodically), or confuse the psychology (primary and secondary processes--------------with the philosophical/teleological interpretation, of things like "neural boredom, and obsessions and addictions with the routes most taken. If we eliminate distinctions even in the psychological processes---and visualize a field where a continuum is established, the processes seem to loose the discontinuity. In this new sense, the organisms function, in terms of its routine, could be defined as an existential necessity, and its different from a "rut" it works the best, simplest way, and Zen buddhism come to the rescue,in finding something new and exciting, in even the most mundane, oft repeated routines. Even a bug climbing a blade of grass can find excitement in this, if that's conceivable, since all participants in nature are just cogs in a wheel, working toward (unknown to them) ---ALWAYS. Toward future generational possibility. They are always working toward, and for something else, then themselves, and those that cease to see this, are doomed to become absolutely bored by the whole thing.