reply to post by neoholographic
I don't think God wants us to know.
As close as I can come to understanding what is happening is that all quanta/physical matter is made up of not just the light which forms the images
we perceive, but it is also made up of the force which forms said images/quanta/physical matter.
I think modern day academia would agree with that interpretation, but where academia and my interpretation diverge is at the interpretation of force.
Academia believes force is a set of tenancies created by static fundamental attributes of our physical plain of existence, and I believe force is
And this is where God has placed his veil over my eyes. I cannot conceptualize the interface, of awareness and will, which creates the thinker or
interpreter. I think free will must be thought to encompass the ability to freely interpret, along with the ability to manifest said interpretation,
and that is the thinker, but that is as close as I can come to understanding it...
Maybe something like this:
Our awareness is our brains' awareness of its senses.
Our thoughts are our brains' interpretation of its senses.
Our senses are our other body parts' interpretation of their senses as interpreted by our brains.
To put it another way, all quanta/physical matter is controlled by awareness with will, but that is not to say all awarenesses have free will. I
think, only those with free will can freely interpret - which is what our sense of thought is - our awareness' free will to imbue light with the will
of its interpretation. And again, how that interfaces and/or manifests between awareness and will, I do not know, nor do I think we are supposed to
Where we are screwing up, I think, is by not recognizing that we are interpreting the will/force of the images in order to know the concepts that they
represent (which was the very basis for the manifestation of said image/will/interpretation.)
We are interpreting just the will/force of the images, without realizing that the will is manifest in order to image the concept/interpretation of its
My point to all this is thus:
-Awareness, will, and body/image are working together, so do not try to separate them like you are doing.
-Academia misunderstands force.
-People try to interpret will, but they do not recognize it as such, thereby failing to understand that force/will is the carrier of concepts
(concepts which were created by other interpreters); and it is the concepts which we should try to understand -- not the mechanism by which they are
I could talk about this for days, but I'll stop here.
edit on 1/14/2014 by Bleeeeep because: "that they represent" added for
edit again: Could you imagine if we figured out how awareness and will work together? What is faith and where does it interface with will and
awareness? If we found that out, God would be more than pissed, I think.
edit on 1/14/2014 by Bleeeeep because: (no reason given)