The pantheist’s self-experience
All mature adults are pantheists.1 As mature adult2 the pantheist experiences all identifiable realities that make up her world and all worlds as her peers.3,4
And that’s because all identifiable realities emerge as differential applications of one and the same Basic Operating System (of whole creation).5
However, because an (i.e. all) identifiable reality functions as dynamic system6 needing to predate energy and reconstruction devices from other identifiable realities, it is forced to regress to and behave as a juvenile.7
The pantheist understands that since all identifiable8 realities emerge as distributed aggregate-cum-network of one and the same Basic Creation Operating System, each one perfects her job9 by completing her actual task, irrespective of its content.10 By so doing11 she perfects her world and therefore the aggregate of all worlds. She self-rewards for function completion with (the Guide & Control signal-as-experience) of happiness, joy, bliss and so on. In other words, the effect of function completion, and any function will do, is liberation (Sanskrit: moksha) and which is self-‘rewarded’ with bliss.12
By contrast, unhappiness, sorrow, misery and so on13 are the self-punishments for non-completion of a task (or function).
© 2019 by Victor Langheld
1. That’s because they act as non-selective, thus non-limiting monotheists, hence as GOD. The immature adult, i.e. the juvenile, acts as selective, thus limiting monotheist, hence as a ‘chosen’ God.
2. The notion of ‘mature adult’ (i.e. of God) is defined as: a quantised (thus steady) state, i.e. a ‘whole’ (i.e. a unit of packaged, because constrained, thus ordered energy) @ minimum entropy. Whereby the content, as identity, of the quantum is irrelevant. Because the latter holds good for all identifiable realities, all of the latter can complete and so fulfil their task to perfection, thus contributing @maximum to the universe as GOD. In other words, an identity because adult if and when it becomes a steady state, thus capable of contacting an alternate steady state 1 to on, whole to whole, and thereby making both real.
3. The relationship between the pantheist (i.e. the adult) and all other identifiable realities (i.e. all adults) that aggregate as her and all worlds is like that between a tree and the wood or forest, the latter being a distributed aggregate (or collective) or network of trees. This understanding was first proposed in the Upanishads composed ca. 2500 years ago in India.
4. As peers (like the Elohim of Genesis 1 & 2) all identifiable realities (i.e. all Gods) emerge as equal and endowed with the same emergence + (continuance) + survival capacities.
5. The ancient Hindus believed that the Basic Operating System of all identifiable realities had three primary sub-functions, namely (the functions of) Brahma(n) (i.e. the creative), Vishnu (i.e. the preservative) and Shiva (i.e. the destructive), all three being worshipped separately as Gods. In other words, these three sub-functions-as-Gods make up (= are) every identifiable reality (which has emerged as their avatar) and which can be called up or activated when required for survival.
6. i.e. as defined energy packet subject to the laws of thermo-dynamics.
7. i.e. as henotheist. That means that in order to survive by means of violent scavenging an incomplete (hence fearful) adult protects her integrity by creating and entering a expediently selected reality, indeed a choice fantasy bubble (i.e. as self-righteous (i.e. good, ethical, moral) world, hence God). In everyday terms, such evasion of GOD’S, which is raw nature’s world, is termed and experienced as ‘the conquest (as delimiting (the chaos as limitless creativity) of nature.’ The fearless pantheist can handle ‘nature tooth and claw’ and does not need to escape to a benign fantasy world.
8. i.e. because deferential iterations, to wit, fractal elaborations, i.e. local apps.
9. i.e. acts as and therefore is both God and GOD.
10. That means that any identifiable reality (human or otherwise) can by completing any function anytime, anywhere and having any content achieve liberation (Sanskrit: moksha) and its reward, bliss.
11. In other words, by completing her function, and thereby attaining self-completion = self-fulfilment (i.e. stasis capable of 1 to 1 contact and the creation of realness) she completes both the God and the GOD program.
12. The intensity of the ‘reward’ (as feed-back) is dependent on the degree of perfection of her function completion act. Function completion is experienced as union, that is say, as the union (i.e. copulation) between totally-in-love bride and groom (and ‘whose feet don’t touch the ground’).
13. The world as ‘vale (i.e. depression) of woe (Sanskrit: samsara) is experienced as such by prey, i.e. the losers, i.e. those who fail to complete a, i.e. their whole) function. The world as ‘mountain (i.e. elevation or elation) of bliss’ is the one experienced by predators, i.e. by the winners in the dynamic survival struggle. Obviously it is alone the losers who actively seek ‘liberation (Sanskrit: moksha)’, usually by faked means, from their unpleasant (Sanskrit: dukkha) world. The ‘vale of woe’ experience emerges as response to (the feeling of) incompleteness, the ‘vale of joy’ experience to (the feeling of) completeness.
See: Blissing out