Unity is plural at minimum two
This is one of the generalised principles that forms the core of the work of R.Buckminster Fuller, our mentor to Syntropic World.
The singularity, the one point, is a reductionist impulse that doesn’t exist in nature or Universe.
Polarity is a fundamental requirement of existence. Polarity creates tension and compression, dimension, space.
A practical example.
You have an idea. It arrives from the field, the same field a word or thought arrives from. The idea, at the moment of arrival, has a Pattern Integrity, a set of unique qualities and particularities, values, flavours…at the very point of arrival. This Pattern Integrity is essential for the idea to express itself in integrity, in what ever form that might eventuate.
It arrives for you, with these unique features. You task, if you choose to accept it, is to create the ecology in which this idea might become fully manifest, expressing this unique Pattern Integrity. Not the shape or form you seek to impose upon it.
You are not the idea and the idea is not you. You are the steward of the idea and its Pattern Integrity.
The idea is towards a purpose. It is not the purpose, for the purpose needs ways and means to bring it to life, and ways and means can exist in an infinite number of expressions.
Now we have dimensionality.
We have the steward of the idea.
The idea itself. We call this the Source Idea to remember the moment of inception.
The Source Ideas unique Pattern Integrity
The purpose towards which the expression of the idea moves. In Syntropic World this is the Evolutionary Purpose.
Within this dimensionality others can convene, deeply intending to bring the Evolutionary Purpose to life, and able to work with the Steward of the Source Idea and its Pattern Integrity.
*we go into much greater detail on each of these elements during the Syntropic Enterprise Masterclass. Read more here. https://syntropic.world/masterclass/
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