symbolismnoun: the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities: • symbolic meaning attributed to natural objects or facts. • (also Symbolism) an artistic and poetic movement or style using symbolic images and indirect suggestion to express mystical ideas, emotions, and states of mind. It originated in late 19th century France and Belgium, with important figures including Mallarmé, Maeterlinck, Verlaine, Rimbaud, and Redon.
symbolsnoun: a mark or character used as a conventional representation of an object, function, or process, e g. the letter or letters standing for a chemical element or a character in musical notation. • a shape or sign used to represent something such as an organization, e.g. a red cross or a Star of David. a thing that represents or stands for something else, especially a material object representing something abstract:
signs noun: a sign of affection: indication, signal, symptom, pointer, suggestion, intimation, mark, manifestation, demonstration, token, evidence; literary sigil. a sign of things to come: portent, omen, warning, forewarning, augury, presage, danger sign; promise, threat. at his sign the soldiers followed: gesture, signal, wave, gesticulation, cue, nod. he read the sign on the wall: notice, signpost, signboard, warning sign, road sign, traffic sign, guidepost, marquee. the dancers were daubed with signs: symbol, mark, cipher, letter, character, figure, hieroglyph, ideogram, rune, emblem, device, logo.
analogy noun: (plural analogies) a comparison between two things, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification: • a correspondence or partial similarity: • a thing which is comparable to something else in significant respects • Logic a process of arguing from similarity in known respects to similarity in other respects. • Biology the resemblance of function between organs that have a different evolutionary origin.
metaphor noun: a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable: • a thing regarded as representative or symbolic of something else, especially something abstract
simile noun: a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind, used to make a description more emphatic or vivid (e.g., as brave as a lion, crazy like a fox). • the use of simile.
allegorynoun: (plural allegories) a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one: • a symbol.
design + consciousness = awareness
awareness + design = consciousness
consciousness + awareness = design
DESIGN AS METAPHOR
Modeled within the parameters of space and time design might best be represented as a simple fulcrum where the concepts of meaning and purpose are "weighed in reference to each other". Design is the pivot and consciousness the lever in the search for balance and harmony. Design creates the axial point about which an Observer views every situation and circumstance.
Design plays a central role in recognizing, describing, understanding, measuring, perceiving, observing and comprehending the concept of consciousness.
Finding what is meaningful and purposeful in Life rests upon finding and maintaining a balance between these two conscious agents.
meaningnounwhat is meant by a word, text, concept, or action:•implied or explicit significance: •important or worthwhile quality; purpose: adjective[attributive]intended to communicate something that is not directly expressed:
purposenounthe reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists:•a person's sense of resolve or determination:•(usuallypurposes)a particular requirement or consideration, typically one that is temporary or restricted in scope or extent:
Design is essential in acquiring a greater understanding of consciousness. Design is the instrument an observer employs in order to monitor changes in consciousness. Design brings sovereignty to the observer. Design is the instrument that provides, substantiates, sustains, maintains, validates, assists, and encourages creativity.
Design and consciousness are analogous, kindred equivalents engaged in a dualistic relationship, partners in a dance of energy in motion, witnesses within a quantum field of virtual potential (QFVP).
Design is the point upon which the lever of consciousness rests and is supported, the fulcrum where contrasting components can find balance, stability, permanence and unity through awareness.
DESIGN + CONSCIOUSNESS = AWARENESS
awarenessnounknowledge or perception of a situation or fact:•concern about and well-informed interest in a particular situation or development:
Awareness is a product of both design and consciousness. Awareness is a facet, a characteristic, a component, a dimension and a feature of consciousness observed in alignment with design. Awareness is central to consciousness and at the "point of Design".
In order to become balanced one must become aware.
In order to become aware one must become balanced.
Awareness is at the central intersection of consciousness and design.
The hub, the linchpin, the focus and the nucleus at the heart of pure wholeness.
The observer discovers meaning and purpose by means of awareness - making it one in the same.
Consciousness relies upon design to find balance between events and experiences that together and at the moment, symbolically describe it. Consciousness re-presents itself by means of design, i.e. a network of symbolic associations between dissimilar agents and elements. Design provides a network of seen and unseen languages that connect consciousness with the unconscious by means of the subconscious.
Design encourages, generates and provides for a countless number of options/choices towards balance and enlightenment. Design is both inclusionary and exclusionary. Some situations are more meaningful than others and visa versa.
Choice determines the path and accountability its guiding force.
An observer affectively directs the intensity and duration, i.e. dynamics, made apparent symbolically in every event and experience. Every perception/ observation brings to light/awareness a circumstance in search of balance.
Design facilitates the inspiration, inception, origination, generation and production of every field, system, matrix and network. Design brings consciousness to awareness and awareness to consciousness.
element 1a part or aspect of something abstract, especially one that is essential or characteristic:•a small but significant presence of a feeling or abstract quality: •(elements)the rudiments of a branch of knowledge:•[usually withmodifier](oftenelements)a group of people of a particular kind within a larger group or organization:•(elements)(in church use) the bread and wine of the Eucharist.•Mathematics&Logican entity that is a single member of a set.2(alsochemical element)each of more than one hundred substances that cannot be chemically interconverted or broken down into simpler substances and are primary constituents of matter. Each element is distinguished by its atomic number, i.e. the number of protons in the nuclei of its atoms.•any of the four substances (earth, water, air, and fire) regarded as the fundamental constituents of the world in ancient and medieval philosophy.•a person's or animal's natural or preferred environment:
Design describes the process of balancing. Consciousness observes every event/experience by means of perception and observation. Consciousness is clearly woven into the meaning and purpose supporting design. Consciousness and design run in unison, one always leading the other and it is upon this relationship that all Life evolves.
Design and consciousness create a central position within every event and experience. Design plays a pivotal role in every circumstance, consciousness creates the situation. Design is the observer and consciousness the context in which every observation is made. Design is stationed at the center of every event and experience. Consciousness creates the field where these events and experiences are made cognizant. Design is at the center of consciousness, at the focal point where the awareness of the moment (focus) finds its place in the dynamics of the field/context/situation/circumstances encountered.
The relationship between design and consciousness is a matter of finding balance/harmony between forms of energy in motion.
Design consciousness describes a symbolic act of correspondence between the particle and wave, yin and yang, meaning and purpose.
Energy, Information and Light create a triplicity of One in the same. Balance lies within the scope of a perceiver, is found by an observer, and is resolved and made apparent by the designer.
"Love itself is neutrality. Love does not operate in duality."
Balance and harmony are not easily attainable. Both design and consciousness must develop strong symbolic ties if greater awareness is to be felt, discovered and/or realized between them. Both components need to be recognized if any sense of awareness is to made conscionable.
recognizeverb[withobject]1identify (someone or something) from having encountered them before; know again:•identify from knowledge of appearance or character:•(of a computer or other machine) automatically identify and respond correctly to (a sound, printed character, etc.).2acknowledgethe existence, validity, or legality of:
Design is central to the origin of the universe. Design is pivotal in facilitating the creation and emergence of "energy in motion". Design is pivotal in the process of materialization and attraction. Design becomes a force by means of attraction, consolidation, and stabilization. As result of the relationship between meaning and purpose design combines, unites, integrates, synthesizes and fuses awareness into a network/field of consciousness.
Balance posits energy in motion.
positverb(posits,positing,posited)1[withobject]assumeasafact;put forwardas a basis ofargument: •(positsomethingon)basesomethingon the truth of (aparticularassumption):Balance implies a sense of understanding between the observer and the context in which an event is experienced.
Energy, light and information is constantly changing. These contextual states, i.e. fields of energy in motion, surround, penetrate and beget all recognizable phenomenon, including non lingual expressions of vibration made apparent through symbolic means. Virtual and unobservable in context these impressions become symbolically, metaphorically and analogically recognized by means of a designed awareness.
Virtual in character, soundless in timbre and percolating with potential, design and consciousness together give cadence to a causal Source that proffers its intrinsic properties and substantiated presence throughout the universe.
To observers positioned in three dimensional space and four dimensional time, every event and experience harbors a meaning and a purpose. Situations emerge as result of the relationship between the observable and the observer, between the design and designer and between consciousness and the subconscious. Every circumstance imaginable and unimaginable emerges from within an energetic, informational and illuminating quantum field of virtual potential (QFVP).
An observer is a sensor. Dependent upon focus, i.e. POV, concepts of meaning and purpose (consciousness) can appear to be a black and white issue or non existent. Human observations are limited to our senses and the technologies created to enhance and expand them. Observations, i.e. thoughts and feelings, made in reference to these circumstances are consciously, unconsciously and subconsciously filtered.
Design elements, i.e. signs, symbols, etc, are easily attainable and palpable yet can be difficult to ascertain and interpret. We all speak different languages. Observing and/or maintaining balance within the context of these circumstances is often limited, difficult and complicated - all examples of a conditioned response to past paradigms.