Noumenal Cöcö births phenomena by desire for entertainment. From the unicity of Cöcö sprouts the diversity of Nature.
Cöcö is an acronym for Cönsciousness/cöherence. Cöcö is noumenal reality: the nonexistent unified process behind Nature’s diverse abundance.
Hinduism, and later Buddhism, were originally based upon ancient Vedic teachings. These spiritual lessons were first orally transmitted over 4,000 years ago, and then later written down in 4 corpora of texts. The Vedas signified Cöcö as Brahman (ब्रह्मन्): the unicity from which emerges the multitude of existence.
During the Axial Age, with the advent of monotheism, the touted conceptualization of Brahman transformed from a reality process into a supreme being.
The legendary Chinese sage Laozi (老子) wrote of the Dao (道) as Cöcö is written of here. Laozi reputedly lived 2,800 years ago.
The cosmic reason for existence is the same as why those alive want to stay that way: for the enjoyment of the experience. Cönsciousness, which manifests into a multitude of consciousnesses, enjoys the show we call Nature.
Cöcö does nothing, but through it all is done.
A subtle point is made here between sheer will and activity, between desire and its expression. Cöcö is a unity which manifests as a diversity. Yet Cöcö does not do anything.
The reality of Cöcö is noumenon: nonexistent. The expression of Cöcö is phenomenal.
The will to express is not the expression. What does not exist (noumenon) cannot do anything. Noumenon does nothing.
Existence comprises the infinity of cöforces which create and witness the show that is perceived as Nature: all that is done. A cöforce is a localized field that effects existence or its perception.
Commentary herein sometimes reads like Cöcö is an agent of activity. This miss owes to readability. Concisely expressing indirection about Cöcö is not easily done. Know that there is nothing to Cöcö.
Cöcö is Cönsciousness and cöherence. Cönsciousness consumes the creations of cöherence.
Cöcö is semantically split into its functional roles of Cönsciousness and cöherence. Cönsciousness ordains awareness which experiences (“consumes”) existence (“the creations of cöherence”). This distinction is purely linguistic.
The reality of Cönsciousness actualizes as consciousness. The reality of cöherence actualizes as coherence.
Cönsciousness is the noumenal unitary field which diversifies into the innumerable consciousnesses that inhabit existence. In selfsame manner, the unicity of cöherence localizes into fields of creative intelligence that comprise the minds, energy, and artifactual appearances of Nature. The diversity from Cöcö unicity comprises cöforces.
Cönsciousness is capitalized because this unified field continually impresses the localized consciousnesses which are part of it. Cönsciousness expresses as a top-down dynamic.
The impression most strongly felt of Cönsciousness by a consciousness is bliss. The unified field of Cönsciousness emanates positivity to every localized consciousness. When a consciousness has clarity, that radiance is blissful. At a lesser level of awareness, positivity from Cönsciousness is biologically felt as the will to live (ikigai). Cönsciousness positivity radiance exemplifies top-down dynamism.
By contrast, cöherence is not capitalized because its diverse multiplicity is inseparable from its unity. Cöherence is a bottom-up dynamic. Via cöherence, existence expresses itself from the quantum level on up, all the while maintaining coherence at every scale. In its construction and perception, cöherence is the mystical magic behind Nature.
It is not that there are many fields of Cöcö. It is instead that Cöcö appears as a multiplicity.
Reality is a monism. Existence transpires from a unitary field.
Cönsciousness populates existence with witnesses. This infinity of witnessing is fractal: self-similar consciousnesses that summate as Cönsciousness. Similarly, the unified field of cöherence quantizes as perception to fabricate an experience of Nature.
Cöcö reflects in everything.
Unitary Cöcö creatively expresses itself via fecund diversity. In being a virtual fragment of Cöcö, we feel a desire for unification: to feel whole and integral with the world as we perceive it.
Cönsciousness exudes bliss in witnessing Nature through innumerable consciousnesses. This splendor imbues Life with the inspiration to live and spawn more life. As a reflection of Cöcö, the reproduction of life is an ouroboros.
Cosmic creativity is shown by the wild variety seen throughout Nature. Reflectively, as living creations of cöherence, we naturally feel a need to express our individuality.
The earlier passage “Cöcö does nothing, but through it all is done” is reflected in beings. Individual consciousness is an interested witness: doing nothing but desiring entertainment. From this want springs the experience of living via mental cöforces.
Awareness is the gateway to entertainment. Level of consciousness reflects in the qualities of the living experience. This reflection is why elevated awareness is integral to maximum enjoyment.