Field of Time
Our experience of time is always in the present, but yet it is never precisely in the present moment because time is ever passing. The observation of time is a circulatory progression of Mother Earth diligently moving through space around the center of our universe, the sun.
The past and the future, standing at the opposite ends, are indivisible complements, a pair of opposites. But the distinction is always experienced from the middle, the present. Past, present, and future, the division of time, is a necessary differentiation that enables us to orient ourselves in any given time and place. As time and space are inseparably bound together, our empirical experience of the world can only be observed in terms of opposites in the field of time.
Primary colors in pigment are red, yellow, and blue. From which all the colors in the color spectrum can be created. Primary colors in light are red, green, and blue. The mix of these three can produce all the colors in light-form.
Matter is that which occupies the space consisting of mass. Light, on the other hand, has no resting mass; it's pure energy. When three primary colors in matter are combined, the shade it produces is black, but when three primary colors in light-form are merged, the tone that emerges is white.
Are there three primaries
to all the categories of things?
Classically, Aristotle believed that everything was made of earth, water, air, and fire, which he considered the prime matter. But in the case of color, the defining aspect of the primary colors, in the form of pigment, is that each primary color does not contain the hue of other primary colors. If we uphold this criterion to elements, fire cannot be one of the primary matters because the burning of fire requires the element earth and air. The word "earth," as used by Aristotle, denotes a dry part of the earth, which should be called land. Accordingly, Land, Water, and Air are the three primary matters: the three categories of elements that make our planet Earth.
The human composite is a synthesis of body, mind, and spirit, the Prima Materia. The body corresponds with the element land as we were formed from the soil. The element land denotes a category of solid matter. The color that stands for the body is red because it is the color of the blood of the body. The color blue is the color of the water, which stands for the depth of the human psyche, the mind. The element water denotes a category of fluid substance. Spiritus means the breath, the element air. The spirit is the energy operating in a person. The color that stands for the element air is yellow. The element air denotes a category of a medium that has the density of the air.
The body is the physical structure of a person that enables the individual the experience of sensory perception of the physical world. The body of the individual can be conditioned, but it can also be un-conditioned.
The spirit is the active energy operating in a person with the motivating power to move the individual to action. The intake of the inspiration is how we influence our inner world, and the respiration we emanate is the way we affect the outer world. The spirit operating within the individual can be observed, but it cannot be conditioned or programmed.
The mind is the basis for building the psyche structure of knowledge and value, which facilitates the individual with the power of thought to process sensory perception data. It's the element that enables the faculty of imagination, the inner world. The psyche structure of the individual's mind can be programmed, but it can also be de-programmed.
A minimum of three sides are required to crate a basic shape, triangle. However, in order to draw a triangle, the pencil has to travel on four points: starting from point-1 on to point-2 and from point-2 to point-3 and back to the point-1 to complete the shape, designating the point-1 as the starting point and the sealing point. This phenomenon is due to the necessity of the fourth dimension, time. Three primaries plus space of time (3+1) is required for all things to come into form.
The passage of time is
an integral constituent for the
The number '1' is the first number in Arabic numerals. The number '9' is the last symbol in the Arabic numerals. The letter 'A' is the first letter in the alphabet. The letter 'I' is the ninth letter in the alphabet. As a Roman numeral, 'I' is the first number in the order, which allows the number '1' and the letter 'I' interchangeable, just as 'A' and 'I' can stand in for '1' and '9', making them both the first and the last.
1st ROMAN NUMERAL
A.I. stands for the Autonomous Individual. The ones who are moved by the choices that come from within oneself—guided by the inner voice of the Self—and not overawed by the authoritative demands of the tradition: the first and the last author of one's state of being.
Frame of Reference
The way one perceives the world can only be through the personal frame of reference—an interface between the inner and the outer world. The individual frame of reference is always subjective, for it is grounded on a personal library of information gathered from one's culture, education, experience, etc. It is an indispensable datum one relies on as an evaluation filer to assess the world. But what if the framework one has aligned oneself with does not produce the right angle—what then?
Your individual frame of reference is not who you are. It's a mount of information you stand on that provides the perspective in which you perceive the world. It is a point of view; therefore, the construction of your frame of reference and the cross-examination of its validity must be a never-ending process. It must invariably remain malleable to new information. For what is true today may not be true tomorrow in the light of new revelation. In the final analysis, your accumulated knowledge can safeguard you against the falsehood but it can equally wall you in to its limitation.