Saturday, January 4, 2014

No:::39 Sketchbook - Monad Circle Symbology - January 4th 2014 -The Ralire Study

No:::39 Sketchbook - Monad Circle Symbology - January 4th 2014 -The Ralire Study 


Sketchbook Number Symbology Monad Number One Symbol @ ralire.milliande.com, Part of the Ralire Study Project on Transpersonal Research as an Artfom



  • what intrigues me is the word circular ::: as explored yesterday it is described as " shaped like or NEARLY like a circle "
  • I started to ponder at what point exactly something becomes or remains circular ... and it which point does it move over to oval or egg shape?
  • Does our perception have a certain set of pre-conceived boundaries that the brain stores and applies to visual processing everytime an object is AKIN to a set " RULE" of description?
  • Does that mean we always have to have  an " OVAL" or " EGG" or " CIRCLE" experience FIRST before our brain can store that set of information or are we MADE with that information already contained within us?








Sketchbook Number Symbology Monad Number One Symbol @ ralire.milliande.com, Part of the Ralire Study Project on Transpersonal Research as an Artfom


  • Whilst walking on the beach today I noticed that I " sorted " the stones in my head not by circle, or oval or egg but they registered first as ROUND-SMOOTING- SOFT ... 
  • the resonance came from  the shape that presented itself in the size that would be best fitting into the palm of my hand
  • I notice that when I have a set " theme" or " focus" in my mind whilst walking on the beach my brain has the ability to filter and home in on items that fit my current interest, ignoring those that do not seem to fit the category
     
  • Without the focus I often get over stimulated when faced with lots and lots of potential avenues of interest, ending up exhausted by so many beautiful choices
  • Choosing to limit my field of perception is proving to be a fruitful respite :-)

Sketchbook Number Symbology Monad Number One Symbol @ ralire.milliande.com, Part of the Ralire Study Project on Transpersonal Research as an Artfom
Sketchbook Number Symbology Monad Number One Symbol @ ralire.milliande.com, Part of the Ralire Study Project on Transpersonal Research as an Artfom




::: milliande

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Friday, January 3, 2014

No:::38 Sketchbook - Monad- Circles- January 3rd - The Ralire Study

No:::38 Sketchbook - Monad- Circles- December 29 th - The Ralire Study 






  • circle
  • cycle
  • cyclical
  • circuit
  • circular
 

circular : Referring back to itself, so as to prevent computation or comprehension; infinitely recursive

    Noticing :
    • circular --- nearly like a circle
    • a circular argument , a circular cycle , a circular connection, circular turns 
    • circular - creating linear connection along the path of a circle
    • circular repetition - cyclical motion
    • circularity
    • circularly
    • circularis
    • circulus
    • circus ( ring) 






    Sketchbook Monda- No One Symbology @ ralire.milliande.com The Ralire Study into Random Linear Remnants and their resonance through Artists Eyes , Transpersonal Research
    Sketchbook Monda- No One Symbology @ ralire.milliande.com The Ralire Study into Random Linear Remnants and their resonance through Artists Eyes , Transpersonal Research

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    :: Milliande

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