posted on May, 30 2012 @ 11:34 PM
Think of the infinitely vast abyss that is space. All things are objects spinning through this space, playing off of each other's energies to group
together cohesively. This 'spinning' is the basic characteristic of all things. Objects spin, create systems together based on compatability, and
orbit around centers. Each point of an object's spin is its own point of view. As spinning is the inherent state, the point of view is constantly
changing. By definition, then, your understanding about your life and reality will be incomplete and skewed. The nature of reality is such that what
is is at its time, but the spin will persist, thus change is inevitable.
Getting caught in one point of view keeps you caught in certain spaces. It impedes your motion. Points of view, or states of spin, tend towards
certain spaces that allow that point of view, or spin-state, to persist. Nonetheless, that which has the point of view, say the perceiving individual,
is floating through infinite space, and all conceivable spaces and corresponding point of views exist. The sum of all point of views that constitute a
perceiver's spin defines the space SHe occupies. Change the points of view you consider, and the connections you make in relation to those points of
view, and you change the space you occupy. This is the way reality works.