I have another recent theme for this series, but it is not presently exuberant in my imagination, so I need to let it simmer a few days. Also have many bigger themes latent in the past. I'll revive them somehow someday, even though they are lost to memory atm. For now, I thought I would just tack a little on to the last post, basically...
The image of a camera taking pictures on on top of another, over and over: This means to convey that the full, dynamic connections between each frame are severed. That includes local input as well as from across the universe. It also includes input from beyond each frame. A simple example: one shot shows woods with a bird flying across, a bit blurry. In the next shot, the bird is halfway 'cross the picture now. So you miss all that info on the bird, in between frames. Multiply this by a trillion.
We interpret or manifest time by framing space.
And, by severing all input between (etc.) frames, you kind-of equalise the local ('present') captured input with the distant ('past') input. What does this mean? It means you are not taking a 4-D (space-time), (or even 3-D), picture, but something virtually 2-dimensional and so unfathomable. Basically, almost all relevant info is gone, similar to the way, when we snap a picture of a subatomic particle, we can only capture it's momentum and not it's location, or else it's location and not it's momentum (or direction).
Don't tell me the macro is so different than the micro. The way we measure the macro similarly confounds what we assume is reality, as when different cameras capture different red shift (of the expanding universe). (It is my thought that degrees of gravity is affecting respective cameras, which in line with my larger theory, meaning to post more on some time).
Next: The rock. I wanted to be a little more illustrative. Meditate on that rock again. Just because it seems stationary and dead to you does not mean it is not full of a shared energy of your universe. It looks dead because you take one shot, another, and another, and see no movement. But, in fact, it is accelerating in space millions of miles an hour, right along side of you.
Like floating next to a floating apple, as you both drop together in an elevator car, that rock only looks dead because it is sitting right next to you, as you careen in parallel to god knows where. Think about it, now. Because, thinking is the best way to travel...
Look at that rock, and imagine it PROCEEDING THROUGH TIME, in the exact same way as it should proceed through space. Because, that is exactly what it is doing. The rock you see now? It is gone, swimming forth as - the rock you now see. And gone again, but now something new - ever forward through time accelerating just as in space, and married to itself in force, energy, momentum, and more...
If you are so dearly near to this object, as opposed to so many trillions of others in the universe, don't you think that you might not share some deep meaningful quantum, electric, gravitation, etc., entanglements. And don't you think that this object in space would not bear some psychic influence in your life, as you both fare forwards along basically the same trajectory to your 'time'?!
It is possible to derive psychic energy from objects, beings, 'ghosts', or whatnot, in this this highly coincidental world. That is the compromise and compensation for living in such close quarters. We are more connected than we, trapped by frames of time, tend to believe.
Note: Measurement. Observation. Existence. Is oscillation. Yin and Yang.
Next: I won't mention by name, out of courtesy, but someone commented that, (under the influence of DMT), time is a human construct. Psychedelic experiences can transform reality, and bring us a bit more outside of time. But it would be more of a short-hand to say that time is (solely) a human construct. I believe that time is a natural construct, but which humans are about the best at building, sometimes to our detriment. (If there are such things as natural laws, then time is a fundamental one). Humans are not apart from nature, we are a full extension of it.
Many philosophers believe that time is in fact an illusion. That contradicts everything we, and all other beings, have been experiencing, including pain, and mortality, right? If time is an illusion, then so is existence. If we don't exist, then who are we to come up with the idea that time is an illusion? You see? It is tautological, like so many things.
It is a paradox. Similar to a suddenly expanding embryonic cluster, or an explosive nuclear reaction, or the so-called beginning of the universe, time is an interference pattern - between opposing realities. Existence, upon non-existence. Matter, upon infinity. Now, upon eternity. Time is like a massive, rapid contagion of dissatisfaction, ever wanting to break away, and to make anew.
Time can only exist when time paradoxically also does not exist. And so, we zoom through our own arrows of awareness, always teetering over how to judge this or that, how to make time, how to follow the flow, how to progress, how to dream. It is all a great onslaught of ambivalence.
And, this is how everything in the universe keeps trying to reconcile itself with the paradox of existing alone, together, in whole, or in nonexistence, along every other entity in the universe, similarly striving to reconcile - because that is the drive, the bis to continue existing. In a time, yet in a spirit or will, as well. I touched on this weirdness, along with the Double Paradox, in earlier posts in the series.
A construct. A matrix. A prison. A paradise. Pretty much anything is possible. And so, for everyone, it all comes down to you.