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Spatial Vector

posted Apr 28, 2017, 10:15 AM by Christopher Chambers   [ updated Apr 28, 2017, 10:17 AM ]
This is an old blog post of mine from another time and place... it seems as true today...

I came up with this while oscillating (new term... define later) (BTW... still incessantly listening to Flora's Secret)...
 
The term SpatialVector has been with me for a few years now, it came to me before I had a nervous breakdown a few years ago, so whatever messages it had for me were lost.  Now that I am reassembling myself into a functional being, I find it coming up again.  A vector is a geometric idea that has both a magnitude and a direction.  It is a geometry or math related concept and it has it's own identy that I won't delve into here.  Where this IS going is that I often find mathematical concepts in spirituality.
 
In "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle, he relates breath to being (or consciousness).  He lends that breath is the unseen as is god or being.  Math is like this (and ultimately physics).  These are concepts used to understand something that had no substance (the concepts are used for the creation of substance who's limitations we believe to be rules spelled out by those concepts).
 
In ending I leave this... Our thoughts and even related emotions are a vector, indeed a Spatial Vector that has a size that can be felt and that is given location in space originating from the experiencer with a direction... the folly is not defining the direction and then despising it's final destination.
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