neural networks

Flow Entry

Beware the entry to flow. The [gimbal field] orientation and [gimbal [redacted]-dynamics] manifold that crosses a horizon at entry will continue during peak flow, much like a holographic border, or event horizon. This field exhibits an entire manifold of momenta, however this manifold, when seen directly becomes sensitive to the “seen directly” phenomena which earlier has been dubbed a Schrödinger Brake.

After this period, valence orientations (ie. shell behavior becomes manifest). Traversing valences requires [plum blossom field] angular momentum / precession exchange on the surfaces of these shells. As is echoed in signage, “in case of fire, use stairs”. Be aware that precessional torque on a valence, may or may not result in valence rotation or not, due to operation constraints of n-dimensional representations of these valences and the near mechanical interactions between these valent configurations and the isomorphic manifolds that occur during valent reconfiguration (taking on energy, or letting go energy).


This is due to superpositional absence of resistance between nascent states tipping toward anxiety and boredom. It is important to understand, yet knowing perception is a hindrance at highly accomplished states [of being, flow etc.] that it is the tilt into anxiety and boredom that is managed, rather than anxiety and boredom. This is very important. The tilt is mathematically equivalent to the steepness of the curve away from and toward the axis of superpositional flow.

Overt concern with anxiety and boredom as a status is very similar to concerning oneself in business with status instead of results, or in martial arts, concerning oneself with kata instead of flow. The work is in setting up the conditions such that one in flow, the work is carried out on the conditions without kamma, this is not so simple if there are habitations of aversion (avarice, hate etc.) and attachment (greed, etc.). At really high accomplished states of flow, ignorance, which is present during aversion and attachment, is where the exit from flow occurs. This may not be seen when mindfulness operates to restore flow, as the gap may be too narrow for clouded perception to see.

An effort to correct and alter course during peak flow, may require organizational torque. At this point, it is possible that <self| <other| view is generated by perception. This will break flow, however it may be recovered when applied and sustained thinking (that which strikes against, and that which remains on the object [of meditation]) are generated with sincerity, effort, mindfulness etc.