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XXXII. Quantity of Energy: Seed Body of World

 

 How do I describe the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of world? As before, I start by explaining my terms. What is my use of the phrase seed body of world meant to communicate?  I think of seed and body as being a unity I call seed body. Seed body of world is the existence of one totality minus seed body of self, soul spirit of self and soul spirit of world.

Measurement of the total quantity of energy of the seed body of world remains beyond the grasp of scientific inquiry. I do not know based on truth what mysteries may exist beyond the universe. It may be that the universe represents only an infinitesimal part of the total quantity of energy, quality of space and longevity of time embodied within the seed body of world.

         Our universe may be like a seed. The big bang may be like a birth. The development of our universe may be like the growth of a seed into a body. Now because science does not limit the world to being composed solely of the energy inherent in the known universe, I may expand the definition of seed body of world to include the positive possibility that there may be many big bangs, and as a result, there may be created a seed body of parallel universes. In fact, the upper limit to the range of values encompassing the set of positive possibilities for the description of the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of world is infinity. In a seed body of world with a quantity of energy equal to infinity our universe would be one of an infinite number. That is the upper limit.

The lower limit to the range of values for the set of positive possibilities for the description of the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of world approaches zero. For instance, immaterialists teach a metaphysical doctrine asserting the non-existence of material reality. That is only ideas and minds exist and the sensation and perception of material existence around them is an illusion. Hinduism teaches that we experience the material world as a kind of shared illusion called Maya. I believe there may be some truth to these ideas. I celebrate ideas similar to these because I believe that the seed, body, and soul are created by and from within the spirit for the purposes of entertainment.

However, at this point, it is sufficient to say that even as an illusion the seed body of world must be described as having some amount of energy. I acknowledge the appearance of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of world exists whether illusion or not.  I adopt these appearances as a lower limit to the description of the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of the world. Therefore, I find the range of values for the set of positive possibilities for the description of the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of the world exists between a lower limit of some finite quantity and an upper limit of infinity.

Having established the limits of the range of values for the set of positive possibilities for the description of the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of world, I select a value that is consistent with my goal of using the most optimistic myth about the existence of one totality to produce in my mind emotional balance conducive to health and happiness in my life. Out of abundance comes compassion, forgiveness, freedom, grace, peace, joy, and divinity. Out of scarcity comes ignorance, guilt, inhibition, disgrace, suffering, sorrow, and abomination.  There is no ideological, scientific, or spiritual reason to impose a finite limit on the quantity of the energy that may be inherent in the being of the seed body of world. From the range of possible values for the quantity of energy of the seed body of world, I choose the extreme value that enables me to produce the most optimistic thoughts, beliefs and expectations about the existence of one totality.  Therefore,  I use the phrase 'infinite' to describe the quantity of energy inherent in the being of the seed body of world.

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