From: Joe (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 08 2003 - 20:52:12 BST
On 04 May 2003 11:37 AM Platt writes:
Can anyone tell and define the difference (s) between the following?
"I" or Self
I think they're all different words pointing to the same indefinable
phenomenon. But, I could be wrong.
Hi Platt and All,
joe: from previous posts I think I have expressed an aversion to "different
words pointing to the same indefinable phenomenon." For that reason I will
try to define the terms you list from an intuitive, instinctive sense of
reality for the the purpose of conversation.
Reality=patterns in moral orders.
Existence=a dq aspect of a sq pattern (indefinable). Existence can be
further divided into Faith and trust.
Awareness=a field generated by an individuaal's DNA.
"I" or Self=same as 'awareness'.
Apprehension=a term from SOM theory of knowledge indicating the movement of
mind before abstraction.
Experience=memory of change of awareness or a moment of awareness (see above
Quality=dq aspect of a sq pattern (indefinable) and a sq pattern
Consciousness=eddies in 'awareness field'. When eddies in awareness become
permanent patterns, 'consciousness' becomes 'soul.'
Belief=an aspect of 'existence' (indefinable), divided into Faith or trust.
Belief can replace the dq aspect of 'purpose' or 'quality' (indefinable).
Theology deals with patterns of belief.
Aspect=a vibration in a particular brain
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