Re: virus: maxims and ground rules and suppositions

psypher (
Mon, 17 May 1999 21:54:12 -0400 (EDT)

> In the line
> "To the extent that there is an environment in which change
> that environment is defined by consciousness."
> what does this mean? That there is no change without consciousness?
> That the universe is static except for the consciousness that causes
> change to happen and time to flow? Is that what you are suggesting?

...the universe is neither static nor dynamic - the very division is a construct. The universe IS - it is all things, at once, chaos: the sum of all possible orders. Time is not a ground in which the universe sits, it is a ground in which WE sit, and we - from this vantage - can't see past that limit. Of course there is no change without consciousness - there's nothing to change. Consciousness [will] is not a product of evolution, it's a precursor to incarnate existence.

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