The Problem is(not) the Solution

We live in a universe where attraction is the key property that has reality emerge;

Where attention drives propulsion and analysis is equatable to synthesis.


How then can we best and most effectively act within such an environment? A Universe of limitless Systems, only bound by their current state?


It may be that the most difficult part in all this is to clarify what it is we are trying to accomplish, what is our goal, what is the attractor state?

When we are able to clarify this, it becomes extraordinarily simpler to find what it is that will cause the phase shift and emergence of that other state of being most considerately and comprehensively.


We have now understood that the space and state which we currently reside in, that we see as a ‘problem’ is certainly not where most of our attention need be, only enough that we are able to be considerate of the current consciousness and the possibility of causing suffrage by the phase shift that we see is necessary.

We should then, logically, make the decision of whether or not to make the phase shift of reality, depending on whether or not the total consciousness/quality of life will result to be greater or lesser than it would have been otherwise;

Consciousness as the emergence of connectivity between mind-body(individual) and all meaningful relationships and environmental factors.

The diagram below is one very comprehensive way to model an understanding of possible outcomes based on these considerations.

Effective change (‘Transformation’)

Now that we have clarified the degree to which we should have our focus on both the problem and the solution, and that they are fundamentally different observational viewpoints, we should seek to consider what would be the best actions we could take to maximize all meaningful constituents of the desired state.

The way to do this is to look and see what are the most fundamental(lowest order of complexity) parts having our current state of functionality emerge, and what would be the most foundational(simple) parts that would have the desired state emerge. Once this is seen, we are able to make a relatively easy transition to the new state!

While this may seem fairly complex, it can be shown to be a relatively simple process as follows:

  1. What is our current functionality?
  2. What is the functionality we desire?
  3. What are the most considerate actions we can take, on the lowest order of complexity parts, to initiate the transformation?

The problem is not the solution, but without it we wouldn’t know why.

For a wonderful way to wrap this into a question, specifically, an Epic Perpetual Query, see here: ‘Cultivating a Culture of Creativity‘.

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