The Quantum Theory of Self



  • Ratio -- factor group/quotient space -- simple group -- balanced set of invariant properties;
  • Center of sphere -- identity point of view -- perception -- orientation -- collection of orientations -- group as equivalence class, i.e., G/G;
  • Envelope -- boundary or interface between unconscious and conscious reality/mind/world;
  • Asymptote -- acceleration into present -- no medium or filter/image of world view -- direct cognition -- prajna at border;
  • Topology -- displacement meaningless between envelope and asymptote;
  • Identity of self represents distance between present and past;
  • World view -- orientation -- self as dissolution of distance between subjective and objective realities;
  • 3-D border generates 4-D space -- 4-D space is spontaneous space -- creativity -- learning -- pattern discernment of chaos/random sets of invariant relationships -- seeing underlining surrealistic/collage/synchronistic connections;
  • Quintic (Galois) -- one unique orientation revealing 'solution orientation' based on polynomial discourse -- again - orientation;
  • Stable states as horizontal slices of physical processes;
  • At the interface it must be seen to be necessarily natural for self-identity (center of sphere) to be mapped to present surroundings;
  • Elements of each slice--having the center point in common--retracted to point on boundary -- interface;
  • Thus, center point homotopically expanded, identity with surface, interface;
  • Dissolution of the interface;
  • Participatory universe;
  • With dual generators acting simultaneously, non-linear becomes linear as time stamps each slice;
  • Foreground/background proceed through a hierarchy as generators change definition from one dimension to the next; line generates plane, plane generates cube, etcetera.