Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Observations I had on a walk 9.4.13


When two objects move towards each other (and one is faster than the other), it produces a contraction of space -- possibility of collision. When two objects move in the same direction (and one is slower than the other), it produces an expansion of space -- avoiding collision. Applied to the human mind: when thought and awareness move towards each other (thought moves faster), it collides and expands forming an idea, such that action becomes either habitual, or deliberate. However, when thought and awareness move in the same direction (thought moves slower), awareness eventually contracts and fades and habit remains like a skeleton.

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