A clear conception of the Possible to the Actual 2

Henry Stapp: "The Quantum Reality [of the monad] lies between mind and matter."

The holomovement begins with Consciousness Itself or Subjective Experience in the fifth or phenomenal world. This is the uncarved block of the Tao. Mind-Independent Reality, or MIR, then intervenes to carve out specific phenomenal experiences. The Mind is thereby transformed into the Matter of the Actual World we perceive through the window of the Monad. That window is at the top of the fourth or etheric world. The Monad is neutral between Mind and Matter, but it transcends them both and exists on the higher platform of the sixth or causal world. In the realm of the Monad, Matter assumes the form of the Extensive Continuum, for Matter is an expression of the classical attribute of extension. The Extensive Continuum is cause (formal cause to be precise) with respect to Becoming and Duration in the fourth or etheric world. The latter make actual the Extensive Continuum, which is merely a potential for Becoming. Within the Duration spanned by Past and Future in the phenomenal world is the Present Moment in the seventh or meta-physical world. The Present Moment stands apart from the nexus of Past and Future in an attempt to ex-ist and be truly Present. To further escape the ephemeral contingency of the flow of time and to furthermore escape the solipsism of the Present Moment, the Present Subject hurtles itself across the oroboric abyss between the meta-physical world and the physical world and becomes a bare Actual Entity in the physical world. The rest of the process, from here on, has already been described.

So, the conclusion is that there are aspects of the quantum dynamics determined simply by the structure of phenomenological-ontological reality. Heisenberg's famous statement from pages 54-55 of 'Physics and Philosophy' is ostensibly of that sort. Then there are aspects of the quantum dynamics determined by the projection of classical attributes onto the quantum reality. The Probablity Amplitude is essentially a new type of classical attribute designed for that purpose; it exists both as an algorithm within the observer and as an ontological projection onto the noumenon in nature, yielding the ontological Wave Function of Bohm, et al. Finally there are aspects of the quantum dynamics that have to do with Whitehead's organic theory of nature. This leads to a pan-subjectivist view of nature and to James' 'world of pure experience', in a literal constitutive sense. This is also how one should interpret Husserl's LEBENSWELT.

However, the essential dynamic I have discovered is the permeability between the phenomenological reality of what exists in ME and the ontological reality of what exists in NATURE. The phenomenological and the ontological interpenetrate and flow into one another. Many of the entities and terms of quantum discourse have a dual existence in the two systems of worlds, and it is this that allows for a genuine science of experience that can from the outset address the *hard problem* and solve it.

For instance, although 'possible' to 'actual', as Heisenberg discusses them, are essentially phenomenological and pertain to different types of consciousness, the same terms and elements of reality in the ontological framework have a more ordinary meaning. There 'possible' refers to the intermediate oroboric connection between the 'potentia' in nature and the meta-physical observer. It is the exact balance between the observed and the observer. The 'actual', on the other hand, pertains not to the transcendental oroboric connection, but to the immanent connection involving the sevenfold metaphysical gradation between the physical and the meta-physical. The 'actual' is in the intermediate fourth or etheric world, but it is at the top of the etheric world, the balance having swung toward the observer side of the whole experimental conception. The whole actual world, perceived through the window of the Monad, is of this character.

Even when we stick to the phenomenological view of the 'possible', as unconditioned consciousness without an object, the threefold flame of conditioned existence, involving the 'actual', the 'self', and the 'other', permeates into the ontological system of worlds. Thus the substance of the heart becomes the causal ideal structure of ontological reality. In the Bhagavad-Gita, this self-control and utilization of the substance of the spiritual heart is called *pranayama*. According to the mantra of Padma Sambhava, OM AH HUM VAJRA GURU PADMA SIDDHI HUM, the threefold flame, signified by the letter "M" of the word "HUM", comes into physical existence, signified by the first HUM, and then establishes the fine tuning of physical existence, signified by the second HUM, which is the Divine Self of Self-Realization.

Similarly, we mentioned that the mantra, OM CHRIST, OM BUDDHA, OM KRISHNA, OM ZOROASTER, OM BABAJI, signifies the phenomenological quantum transformations of the Bohm trajectory, while the mantra, AUM SIVA SWAMINE NAMAHA, AUM GANA SWAMINE NAMAHA, AUM SARVA SWAMINE NAMAHA, AUM PARA BRAHMANE NAMAHA, signifies the ontological quantum transformations of the space-like surface for reduction. The mantra, OM KRIYA BABAJI NAMA RUPA KALA DESA AUM, is the synthesis of the OM's and the AUM's and signifies the avataric descent of the phenomenological transcendental ego into the ontological noumenal presence of God in Nature. Thus the elementary particles of physics are particles of consciousness (ANU) transformed into elementary particles. Other such particles of consciousness are transformed into the atomic jiva-souls of sentient beings.

This mantra happens to also be the mantra of Ascension, even as the mantra, OM KRIYA BABAJI NAMA AUM, is the mantra of Resurrection. Babaji is the Father who resurrected the Lord Jesus Christ, after doing the miracles through Him for the three years of His ministry. The various forms of Babaji are the Buddha-bodies of the Buddha Maitreya, who himself represents the Mind, which is the quantum implicate order. Thus, Babaji is the expansion or expression of the Buddha Maitreya.

Peter Joseph Mutnick 1949 - 2000