To expand outside context, perspective
To limit outside context, perspective
combines with logic
, and intent
to generate contextual flow.
To integrate new context, perspective
, and purpose
Context moves in cycles, such that perspective
aligns to source
Perspective emerges from the need for connection as a part of time, the need to connect with others through center/heart in a way that is just. When perspective expands, arising is experienced. When maintained, it flows into flexibility (contingency).
The urge to hold on to perspective, or resist shifting into arising, habituates held perspective into patterns of assumptions. Assumption patterns generate requiring hunger for embedded experiences of heroic self. This includes Being (stubbornness, suspicion) and the challenges of laziness and consistency in self or other.
Awareness of perspective reflects the universal need for connections to express through source and the need to respond to others through purpose and the need for self within all. Perspective is the meaning-independent part of rational connectedness. Together with logic and intent, perspective generates changing self, the source of time.