“Thought” seems to produce a series of static images, but never a movement.
I am able to recall faces, and as I pull the images out into my mind off the mantle holding the frames of my memories, various images emerge, but they are all static.
I “think” and it’s one image after another; a series of images but there is never any movement.
Then it would seem that ‘thought’ isn’t the actual movement. What is the nature of movement? I observe that when I notice thought to recede into the background, I cannot tell whether I’m alive or dead, and then actual ‘movement’ of the force of life becomes crystal, and I am sustained by the Vitality of Death.
In the actual movement, there is an unending ebb and flow of the tides of pure sensuality.
You see, the static images, even when strung together, would not animate to movement. The constant stream of static images produces the illusion of flow, of movement, of animation, but the image of a thing is not the thing itself and images are always dead.
Each static image is a fragment, connected to another fragment, another static image, another thought. “Thought” is bound to thought. Thought binds one thought to another. But anything bound is not free, thus, there can be no movement or flow. Therefore, a thought is limiting, and limited, and anything thought produces would be limited and limiting.
So again, by necessity, we come back to Wholeness and the Explicate Order of Nature, the problem of Fragmentation and the Implicate Disorder of Continuity.
Is it possible for the “whole” to be aware of its wholeness and not a series of fragments? Is it possible to be aware of the indivisible individual and not an array of static images? Is it possible to be in the Natural State as the Mighty Stoned Apes in the System of the Animal, free from the shackles of ‘thought’ and dead static images?
Is it possible to have the movement of life? To become aware of reality as it truly exists, independent of the sense organelles? Is it possible to view a continuous unfoldment of existence?
Thought is a purely material movement, but the nature of reality is not merely material. Thought is cunning.
Ohhh… thought is purely a materialistic and physical movement, not psychological. True movement of life happens without thought. Holy shit!