reply to post by FlyInTheOintment
Yes, there is a kind of "unity factor" that exists - that is, every action that we take has an "opposite" side, and it is only when the two pairs of
"opposites" (positive negative - negative positive / negative positive - positive negative) are in alignment that an action nullifies itself in terms
of "consequence" - any action that is out of "equilibrium" will have an "other side" that will have to express itself given the nearest
The "equilibrium" is based upon what I call the "rule of double standards" - basically, all actions that align with what one would accept to occur to
oneself are balanced, and any residual energy that the individual expresses but is unable to accept returned, is expressed as a "regressive
consequence" that will generate a negative reaction.
For example, the idea is that the universe is inherrently "unbalanced" however there is a set of consequences, both negative, (that disturb prior
unities) and positive, (that generate new equilibriums) and a state of being that exists as the "core strand" in a state of perfect unity.
The "positive consequences" are born of actions that have results that are "unknown" to the individual, for example, when a creature learns how to
make fire, it is a pure accident, and it is from these actions that creativity and "positivity" develops.
The "negative consequences" are born of actions that are based upon expectations of the past, therefore, in order to remain at the "forefront" of
reality, expectations based on prior events have to be eliminated from our consciousness, although lessons learnt form the basis of our survival,
being conscious of "what was" will create "karma" as most of all "karmic issues" such as desire and cruelty, are based upon a means of creating an
expectation and a reliable means to attain it, and also fear of certain results given certain expectations.
In terms of morals and established laws, we can see that there exists a realm of "what was" being the foundation for creating "what is" and as long as
"what is" is not regressive, then it cannot challenge the old-equilibrium points, and thus, will not generate any negativity - essentially, the
stability that the universe has exists on a fine thread, and structures that are integrated with unity must always be self-referential, and thus must
exist permanantly, with any disturbance to them generating a "resonance" that creates negative consequences when the alignment of the system is
challenged, and conversely, a positive action from the "unknown" will create a harmonious resonance that generates new forms and structures.
Perhaps, to visualise what I mean, you can imagine a kind of "null zone" and a spontaneous fractal that emerges from it, solidifying on the "other
side" as reality as we know it, with a continuous stream of creation generating new existences, occasionally witnessing the birth of new "unity
points" or "free agents" that experiment with existing reality and eventually are able to trigger a creative expansion of thier own.
28-6-2011 by SystemResistor because: (no reason given)