A Metaperspective is an abstract term to describe a (usually) collective view of creation. Metaperspectives may be distinguished from Individual Perspectives by the fact that a metaperspective may be, and usually is, adopted by more than one person. The concept of metaperspectives is used to conceptualize and distinguish between multiple views of creation.
You can understand the nature of a metaperspective by considering the Playground Metaphor. In this metaphor, children playing in the playground have the Playground Perspective while adults supervising the play have the Parental Perspective. The Monitor Perspective and Playground Perspective are both metaperspectives on playground reality.
In the Book of Light Volume II - Water several metaperspectives are identified, including the Parental Perspective, the Playground Perspective. In addiction, three Fundamental Views of Creation are identified.
- → Unfolding of Creation | Breath of God | Outbreath | Problem of Ennui | Problem of Daath | Great Cosmic Death
- → Great Cosmic Death | Acceleration | Orgasm Cosmic File Pointer | Akashic Records Perspective | Metaperspective | Playground Metaphor | Playground Perspective | Parental Perspective | Creation's Equation The One | the Old One | New Ones (a.k.a Shiny New Ones
- → Day One Singularity | Big Bang/The Watershed/Third Creation | Point of Entry/Point Zero/Point of Separation| Experience | Oroborous
- → Elements of Creation | Creative Idea | Creative Position | Creative Relationship | Creative Expectation | Force+Formation | Fundamental View of Creation
Sharp, Michael. (BOLVII). The Book of Light: The Nature of God, the Structure of Consciousness, and the Universe Within You (Vol. Two - Water). St. Albert, Alberta: Lightning Path Press.