First, you should feel free to check out the informatively trippy images there, because they are beautifully nice.
Second, you should feel free to read Wes’ comment regarding Buddhism there.
Third, you should feel free to read my comment regarding both there, though for your convenience (and more shameless self-promotion), I pasted my comment here…
Once again, I enjoyed your post. The artwork indeed delivers the trippy goods, and the message of perception defining experience works nicely.
Moreover, I enjoyed Wes’ comments regarding the actually boundless reality forming the subjectively defined energy currents constituting an individual within reality. Appreciation floods my energy currents and ripples out towards any of yours, if you read Reality Waveform theory and provide constructive input, because I maintain it’s the most accurate scientific theory of everything to date (unless someone logically debunks it, of course).
All modern scientific knowledge fits within RWT, as does the logical addition of the “No Lines” part stating any boundary is subjective, and the brain waves (i.e. energy waves) forming those boundaries are simply modulating energy currents (actually, perceived energy curves, since time is experimentally proven to be a dimension of space — all time is one moment — this one).
The main piece that differentiates RWT from everything else comes from the hardcore scientific fact that complex sound waveforms are completely constructed of sine waves (which stunned me upon learning that fact during my effort to graduate with a degree in Music Synthesis and Production at Berklee College of Music).
One can even perfectly connect RWT to sacred geometry. Simply look a nature’s first pattern. People tend to point out the collection of circles forming that pattern, while all I see are sine waves (though a sine wave is a circle over time, so I actually see only circles too).
When subjectivity amplification (perception) is reduced to nothing, everything/nothing logically resonates (as basically can be felt during meditation).
There is much more in the actual theory, so if you’re interested, and forgive me for shameless self-promotion here: http://spiritwave.wordpress.co…
“…all the unseen dials and knobs that fine-tune my conscious experience.” (fine-tune, indeed)
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