What is not renders what is.
From noumenon comes phenomena. Cöcö wills existence by desire. The ultimate utility is the inyō of reality and existence.
The cosmic ovoid is driven by voids. What is not orders the cosmos.
An egg symbolizes potential: what may be. “The cosmic ovoid” analogizes the universe to an egg, suggesting an endless potential to existence.
A spherical black hole is a void of spacetime, formed by absorbing everything nearby that is full of spacetime. A black hole is an inyō: an obesity of mass transformed into nothing but gravity.
The gyre of the universe comprises galaxies rotating about black holes. Cosmic order is only possible because supermassive black holes keep galaxies in their orbit. Black holes craft the cosmos. Their presence as central to cosmological dynamics augurs that the universe is an eternal ouroboros.
The world appears. What is not makes existence possible.
The mind paints Nature as flush with objects. Differentiation among objects is only possible by there being space between them.
Further, how the mind portrays these objects is by their energy, both potential and kinetic. Space – a void of objects – makes movement possible.
The fields comprising existence are vibratory. Vibrations are only possible because of space and time: space to express amplitude and time to express frequency.
Existence is made in its absence. When is not renders what is.
Existence constantly updates itself, but not continuously. Like video, existence has a frame rate.
At the turn of the 20th century, German physicist Max Planck discovered that radiative energy only manifests in a quantized (chunky) way. Thus arose the Planck constant: the smallest possible increment.
Energy is emblematic of all of existence. Every facet of existence is discrete rather than continuous. Space and time also quantize into a minimal Planck length and Planck time respectively.
It is in the gaps of Planck time that cöherence composes the frames of existence. Existence is made in its absence.
Max Planck was convinced of energyism. He stated, “I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. Everything that we regard as existing postulates consciousness.”
Planck wrote about cöherence: “All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”
Albert Einstein agreed with Planck. Extending from Planck’s discovery, Einstein stated his theories of relativity, which are based on reference frames – subjective perspective – as essential to characterize the dynamics of existence.
Silence interrupts sound. What is not makes music.
The space between notes is critical to the mind turning sound into music. A continuous sound, even if forming a repetitive pattern, is not construed as music until it is quantized: notes defined by silence in between.
The mind quiets. What is not lets power arise.
Power is the efficacy with which intent expresses itself. Intent emanates from willmind.
Willmind is weakened if nattermind can disturb it with noise. If nattermind can be subdued, quietude is attained, whereupon willmind may exercise itself fully.
The inyō of utility comes from what is not.
Desire arises from discontent. A felt absence directs attention. Clarity about what is lacking and what suffices to fill that void is the best way to take advantage of what is not.