PeteOlcott wrote: ↑Wed Aug 14, 2019 11:44 pm
Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:21 pm
The dualistic state, of any assumed axioms, requires an inherent connectivity where each axiom as a point of awareness projects to the other as a third point in itself.
So you changed the subject to religion.
No, because all numbers are assumed as 1 is assumed.
One is the foundation for counting.
But this is an assumption of a phenomena, thus 1 is not only assumed but an act of assumption.
1 is assumed, without thought, on an empty mind that is void. 1 effectively projects itself towards 0 as evidenced in the repetition of the line (1) always projecting to point zero. This is a recursion of the basic act of counting.
The empty mind fundamentally Inverts the phenomena from one aspect of reality and localizes it as an assumption. For example I count an orange, I assume it is there.
This separates the orange from all other phenomenon. Thus the orange as 1, projects away from 0 simulataneously. Thus 1 projects away from zero. This is observed in the number line as well.
Empty mind, 0, cancels itself out into form (1), by an inherent projection (ie the orange). The orange however is continually assumed through an empty mind, thus continually is counted.
Each projection of the orange, observes a recursion of the orange as the first projection matches a second, third, fourth, etc. assumption of the orange.
One orange turns into two and the act of counting is the inverting of one assumption into many. This occurs in the assumption of one axiom (the orange) exists as a standard where its form acts as a means of localizing further oranges.
The mind is empty = 0
The mind assumes a form = 1, ie 0 or emptymindeness canceling itself out.
This form is projected = 0 canceling itself into line as 1. This is the foundation for definition and time as the relation of parts.
The form aligns with other forms resulting in an inversion of the one form to many. If I count one orange then another, I am changing from one orange to another orange, thus the one assumption exists repeatedly.
My continual assumption, of the orange as oranges, requires a continual empty minded state resulting in one form inverting to a other. 0 is formless, thus acts as a function. Emptymindness, ie 0 quantitatively speaking, inverts 1 form into another form much in the same manner 1 line is inverted to 2 lines, etc.