Thursday, January 3, 2013

2013 memo: choose. create.

We are focus-points of consciousness, [...] enormously creative.
When we enter the self-constructed hologrammetric arena we call spacetime,
we begin at once to generate creativity particles,
imajons, in violent continuous pyrotechnic deluge.
Imajons have no charge of their own but are strongly polarized through our attitudes
and by the force of our choice and desire into clouds of conceptons,
a family of very-high-energy particles which may be positive, negative or neutral. [...]

Some common positive conceptions are exhilarons, excytons, rhapsodons, jovions.
Common negative conceptions include gloomons, tormentons, tribulons, agonons, miserons.
Indefinite numbers of conceptions are created in nonstop eruption,
a thundering cascade of creativity pouring from every center of personal consciousness.
They mushroom into conception clouds, which can be neutral or strongly charged -
buoyant, weightless or leaden, depending on the nature of their dominant particles.

Every nanosecond an indefinite number of conception clouds build to critical mass,
then transform in quantum bursts to high-energy probability waves radiating at tachyon speeds through an eternal reservoir of supersaturated alternate events.

Depending on their charge and nature,
the probability waves crystallize certain of these potential events
to match the mental polarity of their creating consciousness into holographic appearance. [...]

The materialized events become that mind's experience,
freighted with all the aspects of physical structure necessary to make them real
and learningful to the creating consciousness. This autonomic process is the fountain
from which springs every object and event in the theater of spacetime.

The persuasion of the imajon hypothesis lies in its capacity for personal verification.
The hypothesis predicts that as we focus our conscious intention on the positive
and life-affirming, as we fasten our thought on these values, we polarize masses of positive conceptions, realize beneficial probability-waves,
bring useful alternate events to us that otherwise would not have appeared to exist.

The reverse is true in the production of negative events, as is the mediocre in-between.
Through default or intention, unaware or by design,
we not only choose but create the visible outer conditions
that are most resonant to our inner state of being [...]

― Richard Bach, Running from Safety: An Adventure of the Spirit

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