Identity comes with the notion of ‘other.’ On the deepest Transcendental level, there is no identity. On the deeper levels of relativity, identity is less concrete. The electron moves in one direction, only to let that go due to minimal identity, and swings back in the opposite direction. The pendulum cyclical motion permeates all relative existence.
On the surface/physical level of relativity/reality, identity is strong. The stronger the identity, the longer in time is the wavelength of the pendulum swing. On deep levels, an electron is a rapid in time, pulsating wave. On the more superficial physical levels, the time cycles are longer: From the oscillation of a violin string, to the rising and setting of the sun, to the yearly cycle and beyond… the frequency depends on the physical nature of the object.
The physical level is the level with the most extreme identity. Identity that holds the atom together is potential energy that can be released when the atom is split. As identity is reduced, the dynamic/kinetic energy increases. Gravity is identity. The non-homogeneity of the universe is the product of identity. Identity permeates the reality continuum. Ultimately, everything is the unified field; everything is Consciousness.
How intriguing! How gratifying! It gives my mind lots of room to wonder. Thank you!
Thank you for these words!
This is a brain-twister! But I think I’m following… I’m fascinated by the phenomenon “the stronger the identity, the longer the cycle”… I’m getting curious to hear some examples of how this applies to people, and how we move through life. I guess the stronger our identity/s, the longer it takes us to “let go” of whatever path we are on, whatever direction we are headed in. Does this just apply to when our momentum or actions are out of balance with nature? Becuase those following their true dharma would still be moving in a direction, but not caught up in identity… right?
Joy Anna –