Posted: 14.04.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
J. M. Gebser formed the term "ever-present origin" in the context of an integral world view. In Jainism, [0D] is the location of Soul. - 0, zero is the symbol of the pure soul. A totally liberated soul (siddha) has no qualities and stays unborn...
Posted: 05.04.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
We could now step to Fractal Dimensions, which are describing mathematically how nature works out its forms in space and time as well as natural processes are run under its rules.... Or take another way, which follows the stream of history, culture and consciousness... Gebser's theory is that human consciousness is in transition, and that these transitions are structured jumps and not continuous [no linear...
Posted: 16.03.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
From our dimensional point of view a square's meaning of life is to move perpendicularly to itself to participate in a higher dimensionality, to reach one more degrees of freedom. To the square this sounds good, but it has no selfconsciousness yet. So in short, we tell him about dimensions and the square starts to talk to himself to analyze and view his constituents as follows...
Posted: 09.03.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
All dimensions have their origin in Zero [ 0D ]. This is the point, where it all comes from in time. To develop all consequenting dimensions from 0, we have to use the rule of perpendicularly moving to itself.
Posted: 08.03.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
In a holistic, integral or anekantic view, all dimensions 0-1-2-3-4 are ever present.
Posted: 03.03.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
Perhaps you may ask yourself what this mathematical/geometrical stuff is all about. It is just to create a common base of understanding holistic structures of human consciousness, comprising keys to spirituality. Our aim is to put us in the position of someone, being in the situations described below, to find out the difference between appearance and reality from different points of view. This is about...
Posted: 22.02.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
"I CALL our world Flatland, not because we call it so, but to make its nature clearer to you, my happy readers, who are privileged to live in Space..."
Posted: 16.02.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
Additional excursion into dimensional code in arts.
Posted: 15.02.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
Also artists became inspired by the moebius strip - because our eyes get something to see, which is not acceptable as "real" (the nonorientable surface !), but astounding. When the mind starts to consume these objects it comes to a stop because an "impossible!" appears. So getting rid of one's normal perspectively focussed perception is an adventure for the mind. He starts again and again to make it fit into 3D...
Posted: 14.02.2006
By Editor Aparigraha Jain, Editor Carla Geerdes
A cube moving along the nonorientable surface of a moebius strip demonstrates in 3D: bottom becomes top and viceversa.

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