Purpose – A Canticle of Reality (18)


The purpose of purpose is order.
The purpose of existence is its experience.
The purpose of living is its enjoyment.
The purpose of perception is fullness.
The purpose of knowledge is utility.
The purpose of memory is skill.
The purpose of imagination is purpose.
The purpose of noise is to instill the desire for silence.



The purpose of purpose is order.

Purpose envelops intention: the will to a specific outcome. The antithesis of purpose is random.

Random is inherently unpredictable. Random is an attribution made when a pattern cannot be discerned.

Random and purpose are construals made from a willful perspective: from trying to comprehend and to create an outcome, respectively.

We may see an animal foraging and conclude that it is doing so randomly. Yet foraging patterns are optimized, either innately or with the addition of learning.

Complex mathematics are necessary to characterize foraging theory. Animals act out an intricate algorithm when they forage. Further, from the onset, an animal forages with a purpose.

Chemical reactions may appear to have some randomness. Yet every entity has behavioral rules it follows. This is true of field behavior from the quantum level up. The dance of electrons is specific to the music of the fields around them.

Nothing is random. Everything proceeds according to a rule set which is either intrinsic or purposeful. Such is the exhibition of cöherence.

Something considered random is an admission by a mind that it does not know what is going on. The intricacies of existence are often, by design, beyond ken to any mind.

The Cöcö-inspired process sees all, knows all. By this, existence happens in an orderly way.

The purpose of existence is its experience.

Cöcö is an ouroboros. Via localization, Cönsciousness witnesses the show put on by cöherence. The intent of Cönsciousness is to interactively experience what cöherence presents.

The purpose of living is its enjoyment.

Beings want to keep living for the sheer experience of it. This is ikigai.

Enjoyment gives living meaning. Meaning gives living purpose.

A consciousness expresses its interest via willmind. Its purpose is enjoyable experience. In reaping meaning, experience yields purpose, which renders purpose itself an ouroboros.

The purpose of perception is fullness.

Nattermind thwarts willmind by distraction which lessens awareness. Perception is diminished.

As consciousness is an interested witness, its nature is to take in as much as it can. Consciousness desires full, pure awareness.

The purpose of knowledge is utility.

The term utility means “of use.” Applying will to dobe is use. Poor use is ineptness. Apt use is skill.

Competent doing requires knowledge. But so too the quality of beĩng. The more one knows of something, the richer the experience of it becomes. Whether doing or beĩng, the purpose of knowledge is utility.

The purpose of memory is skill.

Nattermind keeps the iğnorant in thrall by promoting memory for sentiment and thereby emotive attachment. Sentimentality is a corruption of memory.

Learning is the acquisition of knowledge. Knowledge becomes skill by recalling what has been learned and applying it successfully. Learning and knowledge are an ouroboros that yields skill.

The purpose of imagination is purpose.

Setting goals and solving problems requires imagining what is not to alter what is with the purpose of specific change.

Imagination creates purpose. When you set a goal, you establish purpose. When you solve a problem, you reaffirm intent to the goal that has been set.

A master of mispurpose, nattermind keeps the iğnorant in thrall by using imagination for purposeless fantasies, fostering reification.

The purpose of noise is to instill the desire for silence.

Nattermind manufactures mental noise in a multitude of expressions: distraction, negativity, stress, fear, worry, anxiety, depression, delusion. When suffering this noise becomes insufferable, it propels one to seek relief in quietude. The inyō of nattermind is that it inspires enlightenment.