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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 7, 2002 17:28:32 UTC

What does it mean to hologram something?
First, it is different from "merging" in that
the data is not distorted for private gain,
and there is no post-merger announcement to Wall Street.

If we "hologram" these concepts, we try to translate
each concept into a language which can also represnt their counterpart so that
"shining a (figurative) light through one SHOWS most or all of the shapes within the other. Each one --- yoga, physics, self actualization, and Liang's idea (just quoted), represents a fairly comprehensive idea which can be mapped in its context.

"It seems to me that he is suggesting that physics be used to explain these western psychologies."

I think these western psychologies are approaches to phenomena which can be described, even if
tentatively, in terms of number, velocity, weight,
biochemical properties etc. and can be seen in terms of their counterpart in stages of yoga development.

These western psychologies are also unique in NOT being mostly about the road to and from the sleepwalkers' mandatory "groupthink" which seems to be part of the ideal of all third world philosophies... and most religions

Yes, you must be. :)

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