posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 06:31 PM
I was thinking about the three parts that ultimately create the whole of the self aware experience. writer, actor, observer, or in Freudian terms Id,
This is a quote from another thread:
"The mind is writing a script for itself to watch and wonder what it means. interpreting it, evaluating , and memorizing every experience.
a script that gets written, enacted, and observed at the same time. And each side brings his part to the whole experience.
The interpretation is for the writer to have a tool with which it can ponder concepts and transmute them from singularity into duality. Black and
The evaluating part gives every experience a value from a defined polar spectrum. It gives your script the emotions. colors your painting. It's the
The memorizing part stores the experiences. It does it for multiple reasons and in multiple ways. One would be to have a sense of time, another to
rewatch parts of the Script...
It is the observer, watching and interpreting from his point of view. And telling the story he sees to the writer while he writes it. And so
I just realized that all three bring their imagination into the whole of the experience. Which sometimes makes it hard to see the essence.
Whilst the mind isn't aware of all three, fully integrates them and hears each story equally, he won't be able to find harmony between all three and
therefore can't say what is Fantasy and what Essence.
The mind will always be tormented by something unknown. Some where in reality it will find an aspect that evokes, the emotions of the unknown.
curiosity and fear.
be it left, right, aliens, demons, devils, religions, physics, shadows whatever one perceives as a opposite, unknown, or even a thread.
I think that the parts, so far hidden in the shadow of our mind are getting back into the observers consciousness.
we are becoming aware of our vital contribution to a self aware universe as observers, telling the story to the writer,inspired by your story he
writes based on a script, and this story gets enacted onto the fabric of the universe, for you to observe, interpret, and tell the story, to the
writer, and closing the loop to have a steady flow of experience!
Are we only observers? or are we only creator? are we both?
What do we observe or create?
What inspirational storys can we as observers tell, to the writer?
Sincerely No Clue