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Summary Core Conclusions

In the following the main statements of the above 5 main chapters and models are concluded.

Integral Development Spiral:
  • The spiral is a model for the development of consciousness.
  • The starting point for this development is the division and judgement of life.
  • By passing through certain levels a self-drawn border can be overcome.
  • Each crossing leads to a new (sub) level of consciousness.
  • Direction and destination of this development is steadily move in the direction of infinite expansion.
  • Recognizing and accepting are active parts helping to flow with life.
  • Acceptance requires the distinction of outer borders, which are to accept, and inner barriers, which must be overcome.
Integral Uncertainty Principle:
  • The non-overlapping parts of a whole are related at observation to the uncertainty principle.
  • Subdividing mind or measurement operations produce an uncertainty principle.
  • This applies i.e. to the consideration of statics / dynamics or wave / particle.
  • Mental intented destinations and physical time lead to dynamics.
  • Because of the uncertainty principle the experimental verification of a part leads always to confirmation.
  • The uncertainty is a fractal property, that exists automatically with any boundary and is thus applied with a holon.
  • Holons are "zero sum" of its internal parts in terms of time and destination tracking, which means movement, and so a special case of dynamics.
  • The holon choice forces particle modelsfor individual viewing at the holon  and wave modelsfor collective viewing at the holon surroundings.
  • All is a dynamic flow in the all including static infinity.
Integral Information Flow:
  • By particle model a information flow is done by a holon to another holon by information transmission. Therefore this is better for smaller holons (physis, bios.)
  • By wave model exists at any time an information knowledge by wave superposition within a higher level holon. Therefore this is better for bigger holons (psyche, pneuma).
  • The information transmission between particles (holon) accepts the maximum speed of light.
  • Inside of the holon because of the existing information superposition is no light speed delay needed.
  • The receiver will resonate to the transferred wave frequency and will be stimulated to (lossless) emit the same frequency undirected.
  • The intermediate frequencies between one frequency doubling (octave) will be evaluated, which give a effect to other corresponding octaves.
  • There is no loss of energy in a whole system..
  • Energy flows from surplus to deficit.
  • Disorder means the blockage or attenuation of information or a frequency part and thus an additional expenditure (of energy) for humans. Because of an old negative experience, this state is rejected, which needs therefor energy from the body, resulting in the cause e.g. of diseases.
  • Healing mostly is done by feeding information or frequency of the blocked energy from the inside or outside and in addition leads to the breaking of the blockade and the experience of bringing non-repetition of the old negative experience to the liberation of the energy used for the blockade.
  • There are 5 levels of healing namely spirit, mind, psyche, vegetative, material, while the least ones can be supported by intensity and proximity..
  • The cure is controlled by sense orientation from the higher to lower level.
  • Healthy = Information flow
  • Sickness = Information blockade
Integral Interactions:
  • Polarity and movement have influence on forces or interactions between holons.
  • The polarized effect is stronger at close-up range, because the effect drops by a factor of 1/(distance squared).
  • The polarized moved effect is stronger at far range, because the effect drops by a factor 1/distance.
  • The statics can be recognized as a special case of dynamics.
  • Holons are related to their total dynamic motion in balance (= 0) and therefore ascertainable as static parts.
  • Close-up range leads to close polarized pairing.
  • Far range leads to loose homogeneous grouping or loose inhomogeneous conflict building.
Integral Perspective Models:
  • The triangle ist a model for the illustration of 3 personal viewings and a conscious observation of dualities.
  • 4-quadrant model capture optimally 2 dualities, in which each quadrant can be related to a holarchy.
  • The sphere ist a model for non-duality.
  • The spiral symbolizes the always changing movement through levels of consciousness to still more recognition and melting of dualities.
  • The three-dimensional pyramid IPP connects the quadrant model of 2 dualities in the material base with the triangle model of upper holon about consciousness (subject) and the development of consciousness.
  • The three-dimensional pyramid model IPP can also be figured as two-dimensional table IPT, to show more information.
  • The one-pieced model IPP (3-dimensional) and IPT (2-dimensional) simplify and replace the 5-pieced model AQAL.
  • It exists exactly 4 main states (based on 9 perception lwyers) and 12 levels.
  • Perception layers (states) and levels are equal important and equal rights. but each has its own disadvantages.
  • Perception layers (states) and levels are subject to the uncertainty principle.

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