posted on Sep, 4 2014 @ 03:41 AM
I would like to explore an idea. The mind has pre-set variables, which seek to attach themselves to some value. In other words, there are pre-defined
'types' of meaning, and the mind seeks out something to fill in those slots. The mind takes in meaning as it relates to these variables. And when
'values' are inputted for all of these variables, a model for reality is created. And it is through these variables that we understand and perceive
We are often very attached to the values we input for these variables. But we lose sight of the fact that it IS a variable. Any specific value for the
variable is not primary, it is the variable itself, the 'type' of meaning which seeks out some value that is primary. It is these variables which are
universal to us all, and they are the collective unconscious itself. Specific values of, our use of, and the meaning we give, these variables within
our own minds, pool into the collective unconscious. And it is through this pooling of the multitude of specific values we all give them, that the
archetypes, symbolic personifications of these variables, expand.
These variables are not just random. They are built on an implicit pattern in reality, and the consciousness of it, itself. This is what is called the
divine mind, of which the individual mind is a microcosm. The divine mind is the container of those variables, in away the variables themselves. We
give expression to these variables, archetypes, through our personal specifics. But they are the same variables, the same archetypes, regardless of
where they are given expression and meaning.
edit on 4-9-2014 by TheJourney because: (no reason given)