Authors: Daniel K. Pratt
Human consciousness is a causative field that exists both internal and external to the body. Philosopher Ken Wilber's Four-Quadrant Map of Existence is used as a basic framework for understanding the nested and holographic nature of consciousness. The map of consciousness is expanded upon using Rupert Sheldrake's theory of Formative Causation. The action of the Morphogenetic Field is described as "past forward" and "future backward", creating two separate minds which interact in the present moment. These two minds are further defined as the reactive mind and analytical mind as described in "Dianetics" by L. Ron Hubbard. A comparison is made of the resulting conceptual map and the biblical creation narrative.
Comments: Includes 2 full-page figures. contact daniel dot k dot pratt at gmail dot com
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