An Automatous Challenge

The Challenge:

"To establish an origin of certainty for the human system and manifold."

The Initial Condition:

1) This is not a "trick" or "puzzle" of automata, it is merely a practicus working.

2) We cannot rely upon anything created from consensus (scientific method, physics, philosophy, etc.)...only the reliance upon pragmatic "evidence" is held truly valid.

3) Any action toward "forcing the issue" (i.e. "weighting") is to be met with equal resistance from the direction of automata (past, present and future).

4) Once any task is committed to action, it cannot be repeated...every resource is geared toward "making a choice"...if a resource is employed to make the same choice over again, it will not function in this capacity.

5) When working from automata, one can have whatever one can Perceive. In the case of things corporeal (materially oriented), this is merely the true perception of the senses of sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. In the case of things incorporeal (process oriented), this is the true perception of the sense of will.

6) Also when working from automata, by truly perceiving something, one places it there. This is why there is no distinction in automatous working between "diagnostics" and "therapy". What one will truly see is what will be there. Of course, in order to accomplish this, one must "know" what to "see", and do so at and for the appropriate "time".

7) Structures that are innately simple, yet have no limits to their resolution, will stand on their own (i.e. have the greatest "persistence"). This is one of the reasons that the atomic vector can be such an effective tool - it can, through definition of expression, yield some of the most remarkably deep nested arrays from the most simplistic of algorithms.

8) The "secret" to all this is the fullness of one's attention...in getting one to truly "pay attention" to some formulaic structure, it is made so in all of its wondrous complexity ...and it is the complexity of the structure that gives it "life" (i.e. provides it with dynamics) within the frame of perception.

9) Familiarity breeds "routine", which - often unknowingly - breeds consensus (whether within one's self as a function of internal dialogue or outside as a function of manifold). Having the "rug pulled out" periodically can break those cycles which could result in the establishment of destructive "routines". Thus, "attachments" that are established to any existent structures are to be "broken down" over the course of time, until - in its totality - a structure is attached only to itself and its automatous complexity.

10) Apart from the "static" enemy of familiarity, there are three "dynamic" enemies to a structure: fear, clarity and power (generally manifest in that order). These "stumbling blocks" must be overcome prior to fixing an effective structure in time. Fear is easy to regard in this capacity, but clarity and power are more elusive. One does not "possess" clarity and power...rather, one is possessed by them. These three must be relinquished before one can become an effective "origin".

11) On the other hand, the most fundamental facilitator and ally of "origin" is TIME. However, it can quickly turn to become an enemy if pushed or stolen from. The nature of time is to provide for persistence, and persistence provides for the "drive" required to accelerate and maintain the dynamics of both a structure and its origin, both ana and kata.

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