posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 04:20 PM
As primordial states, they all are the same. There are no 4(5) elements. There is one experience.
Earth generates, it is steadfast. The state of earth is consistency, and that produced the generating effect, allowing something to be rather than be
destroyed by change.
Fire radiates, it elevates. What fire is, it radiates that effect, it's light, it's warmth, it's ever moving transformation, it shares with that
which it touches.
Water binds, it brings together, it nourishes in a way. It takes care of, holds together, like a womb.
Air is convection, it is movement. It would be communication if in a primordial state there were two things to communicate.
Heaven/Space/Void, is the very space in which existence is, yet it is not without the seeds of the others within them.
Earth is steadfast. Fire is steadfast in radiation or else it wouldn't be fire. Water is steadfast in cohesion or else it wouldn't be water. Air is
steadfast in movement or else it wouldn't be air. Void is steadfast in space or else it wouldn't be space.
Fire radiates. Earth radiates it's steadfastness, or else nothing could endure. Water radiates or else it's nature wouldn't be able to bind
experiences. AIr radiates or else there would be no movement "from" "to". Void radiates or else it's effect of spaciousness would not allow
anything to be.
Water is cohesiveness. It brings together. Yet, if earth did not also have this, it's effect would not "bind". Fire has cohesiveness or else it's
radiation would not take hold. If air was no cohesive, there would be no movement. If void was not cohesive, there wouldn't be enough space for
things to exist "in".
Air is movement. If fire didn't have movement, it's radiation would have no point. If in water there was no movement, there would not be a binding.
If earth did not have movement, there would be nothing generated from the steadfastness, it would simply remain still. If there was no movement in
void there would be nothing.
Void is space, without space earth could have no place to steadfast, air would have no movement,, fire would have no radiation, water would have no
Some of these examples are not as clear as others. In primordial, unmanifested states, they all exist together, as one. It would seem, perhaps, that
void is the originator, and when you go to pure emptiness you see it, but you will note the others play their part in that. At this level, they are
all the same, yet, we're human, we have to define qualities, and assign them to experiences.