Animalier

amplification on the noumenal level

When we developed the two dimensional plane, the active and the passive were the fundamental distinctions governing the second axis. Pride holds the characteristics of the active impulse, while Pleasure holds that of the passive impulse. Morality, combined with Belief and Innocence, holds the impulse directed towards the center. These three impulses seem to constitute a principle of life. Yet, at this point, the manner in which the mind functions on the impulsive level is still ambiguous.

After reaching the noumenal level, from the results of determining Pride, Pleasure, Belief, and Innocence, amplification of this level is required so that the manner in which the mind functions can be perceived more easily. Therefore, we will now carefully amplify this context with more general terms in a twofold way.

male, female, divinity, mediation, and colors

The first generalization is as follows. Pride as an active impulse can be called 'male', for characteristics of being active is the feature of the male. In the same way, pleasure as a passive impulse is called 'female', innocence or morality towards the center is called 'divinity'. Belief is called 'mediator', for mediated by belief, self-conscious instability, connected with the unconscious, becomes stable.

The second generalization is finally the introduction of colors beyond the limitation of language. By introducing colors, we are free from the restriction of the meaning attached to language. The colors should be primary instead of secondary or tertiary, as they are already archetypal impulses on the noumenal level.

The placement of the colors should not be arbitrary. We must follow our natural feelings, although this may include some symbolic connotations associated with colors. Through intuition and trial and error, the right colors can finally be chosen for their respective regions.

We match colors to regions that seem to have similar qualities; blue for male, red for female, yellow for divinity, and green for mediation. For blue implies the characteristics of male; intellect, pride, etc.(higher deviation). Red implies that of female; instinct, pleasure, etc.(lower deviation). Yellow implies the center towards unity; morality, brilliance, etc.. Green is actually the mediation between pride(male) that represents the self-conscious and the innocence that represents the unconscious. As one psyche has all of the contents, above descriptions does not, of course, mean the actual male or female: the general tendency in the use of symbolism.

The colors arrange themselves in the same order as the spectrum and the regions are fused.

The archetypal intentions of life expressed in various terms are shown by the colors. These colors arrange themselves in the same order as the spectrum of light. In accordance with the wavelength from short to long they are placed in the following order; blue, green, yellow, and red. This indicates that the structure of life's impulses is identified with the pattern of the spectrum. From the first, life's energy is a receptor of the energy of light from the sun. Therefore it is more reasonable to see that the pattern of life's impulses and the spectrum of light are identical than to make any other assumptions.

Upon reaching this level of dealing with the spectrum and light, we can remove the barriers between the meanings of the words in each region by continuing characteristics of the colors. Those regions are now fused by the connection of the spectrum in the name of light.

As regarded by many, the light is the most universal entity in the world. The spectrum is its analytically divided form, to which the integrated form is the light itself. The most basic aspect of this diagram, the Paradigm of Christ is determined by the spectrum. Therefore we designate this plane of the diagram as the spectrum plane.

 

 




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