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the pattern

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[1. That is, sahaloka, world of patience.

 

"It is interesting in this context to consider the meaning of subtle which is, according to the dictionary 'rarefied, highly refined, delicate, elusive, indefinable'. But it is even more interesting to consider its Latin root, sub-texere, which means 'finely woven'. This suggests metaphor for thought as a series of more and more closely woven nets. Each can 'catch' a certain content of a corresponding 'fineness'. The finer nets can not only show up the details of form and structure of what is 'caught' in the coarser nets; they can also hold within them a further content that is implied in the latter. We have thus been led to an extension of the notion of implicate order, in which we have a series of inter-related levels in which the more subtle-I.e. 'the more finely woven' levels including thought, feeling and physical reactions-both unfold and enfold those that are less subtle (i.e. 'more coarsely woven')" - David Bohm "A New Theory of the Relationship of Mind and Matter"

 

[1. That is, sahaloka, world of patience.

 

"It is interesting in this context to consider the meaning of subtle which is, according to the dictionary 'rarefied, highly refined, delicate, elusive, indefinable'. But it is even more interesting to consider its Latin root, sub-texere, which means 'finely woven'. This suggests metaphor for thought as a series of more and more closely woven nets. Each can 'catch' a certain content of a corresponding 'fineness'. The finer nets can not only show up the details of form and structure of what is 'caught' in the coarser nets; they can also hold within them a further content that is implied in the latter. We have thus been led to an extension of the notion of implicate order, in which we have a series of inter-related levels in which the more subtle-I.e. 'the more finely woven' levels including thought, feeling and physical reactions-both unfold and enfold those that are less subtle (i.e. 'more coarsely woven')" -  David Bohm "A New Theory of the Relationship of Mind and Matter"

 

[1. That is, sahaloka, world of patience.

 

"It is interesting in this context to consider the meaning of subtle which is, according to the dictionary 'rarefied, highly refined, delicate, elusive, indefinable'. But it is even more interesting to consider its Latin root, sub-texere, which means 'finely woven'. This suggests metaphor for thought as a series of more and more closely woven nets. Each can 'catch' a certain content of a corresponding 'fineness'. The finer nets can not only show up the details of form and structure of what is 'caught' in the coarser nets; they can also hold within them a further content that is implied in the latter. We have thus been led to an extension of the notion of implicate order, in which we have a series of inter-related levels in which the more subtle-I.e. 'the more finely woven' levels including thought, feeling and physical reactions-both unfold and enfold those that are less subtle (i.e. 'more coarsely woven')" -  David Bohm "A New Theory of the Relationship of Mind and Matter"

Comments (1)

mobius@... said

at 5:19 pm on Aug 10, 2010

Patience, thy name is Wyrd!

http://wyrd2thewiki.pbworks.com

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