compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
The search for the HOLY GRAIL of TRUTH
is one that we are ALL destined to make throughout ...
A MULTIVERSE of PARALLEL UNIVERSES
The LINES of FORCE & FORM - within the GLOBE of EMPTINESS
and THE WHOLE of THIS is just a "speck"
of the arrow traversing the "blue vortex"
a vision of CONSCIOUSNESS & The Multiverse Theory – IN FACT
- absolutely aware of everything
The perfect union of EMPTINESS & FORM
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Homo Economicus needs to be laid to rest for good.
Homo Empathaticus needs to rise from the ashes of the Great Implosion.
IT IS no measure of health to be well
adjusted to a profoundly sick society
Truths and Misconceptions about Consciousness
* The human brain is our consciousness - NOT SO all that we are is consciousness. The brain is just a tiny part of that.
* Consciousness is only a part of our lives - THE REALITY is that our lives are only a part of consciousness.
* Consciousness is limited by TIME & SPACE - consciousness is vast & many-layered. Our waking human consciousness, if measured in the scale of things, would be like a tiny grain of sand.
* Consciousness is fixed and unchanging - Consciousness is EVER changing, EVER growing. IT IS we who seem to be static by comparison.
* Only humans are conscious - Consciousness is the LIFE FORCE which runs through the universe. ALL LIFE is part of it. To cause harm to anything within it must surely cause harm to yourself.
* There's no need to explore your own consciousness - EVERY living being is driven to expand its own consciousness as part of the GREATER WHOLE.
YOU must remember that consciousness is LIFE and as such is many-levelled. To gain more UNDERSTANDING you must know where YOU are IN IT your self.
I think it is called “LOVE” where they all touch, in this diagram.
Funny how no one mentions love in all the equations.
The blue and the red…familiar.
THE POINT of SINGULARITY in fact
PERCEPTION IS indeed THE MEDIUM
Bridget Riley is about the changes - progressive, sometimes abrupt, sometimes apparently disastrous - that can take place in a given situation.
The situation is presented in the simplest possible terms
John Russell - Sunday Times - September 1963
One of the most distinctive characteristics of Bridget Riley's art is that it "insists" with such concentration that it changes sensory response into something else.
The experience which Riley offers is closely related to the expression of emotion or, more exactly, to the creation of visual analogues for sharply particularized states of
The very intensity of the assault which her painting makes on the eye drives it, as it were, past the point at which it is merely a matter of optical effect.
It becomes acute physical sensation, apprehended kinesthetically as mental tension or mental release, anxiety or exhileration, heightened self-awareness or heightened awareness of unfamiliar or even alien states of being.
Bridget Riley Catalogue introduction - David Thompson
Venice Biennale, June 1968