Emergence 3.0 – Section Three, Earth; Part Sixteen, Existence; Chapter Seven, Duality

Emergence 3.0
A Novel – In One Page Per Day
Day 119, Sunday
April 29th, 2018

Chapter Seven: Duality

The whole body is a cognitive organ, not just the brain, the cerebellum, or the cerebral cortex.

The body senses, it remembers.

The body writes those memories into the genetic code of the individual, in sequences of peptides, and amino acids. It writes them into the DNA.

We pass those memories onto our offspring. We are born with the knowledge of our ancestors built onto the fabric of our being.

The whole being is contained in the tiniest part, in the nucleus of every cell. It pushes us forward, a chemical drive feeding the quantum field of creativity, a neural net rooted in organic chemistry.

It is a constant interchange of the analog with the digital

Just as the human being processes external stimuli through the brain, wherein chemical sequences are translated into electrical signals, in a tightly choreographed exchange that take place a billions of times per second, in every moment of our lives. So does the human being function as a small piece of the larger world.

Every human being is an organic node. An individual interfacing with the quantum field that comprises the whole.

We experience these dualities within ourselves; individual experience, inherited experience, individual mind, collective mind.

We experience these dualities, but we do so on the unconscious level, very few people ever become aware of the greater reality that they are a part of.

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