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The concept of force in creation is ancient. Notably, the Egyptian God Ptah, patron god of stonemasons(!), is the anthropomorphization of the process if "in-form" ation. "The production of a building or statue involves a process of 'in-formation,' in which a concept originally present only in the artisan's mind in-forms--is imprinted in--raw material through his actions. A block of stone that has been cared into a statue...is materially the same after the process...yet is had also transcended its original raw state: it is now something that it was not before, the representation (tjt 'image') of another reality. What has made the difference between the original and the final state is the action that has in-formed it with the sculptor's concept." (Allen, 1988: 46).
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:26, 9 September 2017

Formation (a.k.a. yin) is the cradling, cuddling, enveloping, encircling enfolding, ordering, and guiding Aspect of Consciousness. Formation, what physicists might call inertia, is the primary shaper of physical creation. Formation is what modifies, shapes, and controls force so that force can actually get things done without blowing up and otherwise destroying creation.

Formation may be contrasted with Force.

Notes

Formation is applied to the Creation through the application of Will/Intent and Expectation.

Force + Formation = Creation

The concept of force in creation is ancient. Notably, the Egyptian God Ptah, patron god of stonemasons(!), is the anthropomorphization of the process if "in-form" ation. "The production of a building or statue involves a process of 'in-formation,' in which a concept originally present only in the artisan's mind in-forms--is imprinted in--raw material through his actions. A block of stone that has been cared into a statue...is materially the same after the process...yet is had also transcended its original raw state: it is now something that it was not before, the representation (tjt 'image') of another reality. What has made the difference between the original and the final state is the action that has in-formed it with the sculptor's concept." (Allen, 1988: 46).

See Also

Force (yang) | Emanation of Creation | Tree of Life

Syncretic Terms

Formation Yang | Shakti

Further Reading

Sharp, Michael (BOLIFE). The Book of Life: Ascension and the Divine World Order

Allen, J. P. (1988). Genesis in Egypt: The Philosophy of Ancient Egyptian Creation Accounts. Connecticut: Yale University.





Cite as:
Sharp, Michael, "Formation," SpiritWiki, http://spiritwiki.lightningpath.org/index.php/Formation, [Accessed: November 24, 2017]