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Possibility of nesting disparate systemic insight sets


Hyperspace Clues to the Psychology of the Pattern that Connects in the light of 81 Tao Te Ching insights (Part #4)


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Using, by analogy, the method indicated above of expanding the metric tensor, it is interesting to reflect on the possibility that the psychological "forces" in "communication space" of which an individual might be consciously aware -- or be forced to respond to -- could be represented as nested (and "integrated") in the following way.

Nesting disparate systemic insight sets
. 12 22 32 42 52 62 72 82 92 102 112 122
. 1 4 9 16 25 36 49 64 81 100 121 144
.                 /      
(Jung types)                 /      
(Enneagram)                 /      
Myers-Briggs                 /      
.                 /      
.                 /      
.                 /      
I Ching                 /      
Tao Te Ching / / / / / / / / /      
.                        
.                        
.                        

Use of the term "communication space" here is misleading -- especially when it describes the space which may have the range of psychological dimensions with which psychologists, philosophers and meditators endeavour to come to terms -- or the space in which the many aphorisms reflecting the wisdom of a culture are recognized. In addition the experiential nature of that "space" changes with the dimensionality accorded to it. It is tempting to see the lower dimensional portions of the above as descriptive of the more "obvious" forces experienced in daily life, whereas the higher dimensional portions correspond to various emergent levels of meta-reflection on that experience -- and possibly as a result of extensive life experience. Confucius is reported to have declared that only those above 60 years could hope to understand the I Ching !


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