Inertia, Space and Location

 GabrielHorn

 

A state of motion is defined by INERTIA. The main confusion seems to be between physical and mental aspects of MOTION. So, there is physical inertia as well as mental inertia.

PHYSICAL INERTIA = FREQUENCY & MASS

MENTAL INERTIA = FIXEDNESS & EGO

Physical inertia is made up of the FREQUENCY of electromagnetic waves, and the MASS of material particles. On the spectrum of physical inertia, frequency appears in the lower half, and mass appears on the upper half.

Mental inertia is made up of the FIXEDNESS of attention, and the EGO of individuality. On the spectrum of mental inertia, fixedness appears in the lower half, and ego appears on the upper half.

Based on the concept of inertia we may define SPACE and LOCATION as follows.

PHYSICAL SPACE = A STATE DEVOID OF PHYSICAL INERTIA

MENTAL SPACE = A STATE DEVOID OF MENTAL INERTIA

Space may be defined as the lower end on the spectrum of inertia. Thus, physical space would be an electromagnetic wave of zero frequency and infinite wavelength.

Mental space would be a state of attention that is totally free.

PHYSICAL LOCATION = THE CENTER OF MASS

MENTAL LOCATION = THE CENTER OF EGO

A location may be defined as the upper end on the spectrum of inertia. Thus, physical location would be an infinite mass that is centered at a point. We visualize geometrical point to be dimensionless but discrete. On this concept of point we base the whole subject of geometry. But geometry is only as useful as it is consistent with physical observations.

Mental location would be an immense ego that is centered at a “point”. The “point” is visualized as the spiritual “I”. On this concept of “I” we base the whole subject of spirituality, where God is the ultimate “I”. But spirituality is only as useful as it is consistent with what is experienced.

The concept of SPIRIT is derived from the mental aspect of motion, just like the concept of MATTER is derived from the physical aspect of motion. Both spiritual and material aspects are present at every point on the spectrum of motion or inertia.

When we talk about SPIRIT, we are talking about mental aspects and not the physical aspect. So, SPIRIT has to do with mental space and time, whereas, MATTER has to do with physical space and time. We cannot talk about SPIRIT in terms of physical space and time as it has been done in many religions.

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Comments

  • Chris Thompson  On January 28, 2015 at 1:44 PM

    I cannot help but feel that taking mental objects out of the realm of physical objects might be making a mistake.

    We do not know a lot about mental objects; however, we all experience them. So do other animal life. And plant life has its own variant of mental objects.

    The more our central nervous system is explored, the more connections of mental objects to physical objects are discovered and I believe we are better defining “mental.”

    • vinaire  On January 28, 2015 at 2:12 PM

      I am not clear about what you mean by the following:

      “I cannot help but feel that taking mental objects out of the realm of physical objects might be making a mistake.”

      Objects are either physical or mental. How does one take “mental objects out of the realm of physical object”?
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