Posted in 27th November 2013
We create the environment we perceive around us. As Human Beings we facilitate change through our relationships with society and the environment Ken Wilbur constructs a cosmology based on holons. There are he says four corners to the cosmos, the interior individual/ the interior collective/the exterior individual and the exterior collective.
Subjective experience cannot be the same as objective realty and yet objective reality mirrors subjective experience. However objective reality is grounded in empirical observation whereas subjective truth requires extensive interpretation.
He also says that the subjective consciousness is already an Inter subjective event and consciousness is in all quadrants because if one quadrant disappears then they all disappear.
So me or you are interlinked through extensive interpretation of how we experience our lives and this experiential model is reinforced by our neuronal connections and ways of thinking.
So how do we get out of this morass of entangled minds and linked fields of consciousness to our heritage of true reality.
This is the challenge.
Firstly we are not alone.
We are energy brings connected with energy systems reaching to the furthest corners of the universe.
Our chronobiology ,our rhythms beat with the pulsating rhythms of our heart, our brain ,the phases of the moon ,sunsets and sunrises the vibrational pulse of planet earth ,sunspot activity, the waxing and waning of the tides and the slow rotation of the earth through the zodiac and the precession of our planet around the galactic centre of the milky way. The energy meridians of our bodies and the light emitted by our bodies synchronize with star systems in our Galaxy.
The consciousness which we observe in ourselves and in the natural environment and the supportive infrastructures we create around us is all connected.
A change in one person can affect the whole Biosphere and the whole cosmos . As Margaret Mead said ‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. indeed it is the only thing that ever has.”
However the change we talk of is radical and of a different proportion and synthesis.
It partakes not of philosophy or of technology created from a perceived inanimate universe.