Sovereign Discipline | Putting System-Self Memory to Work

First, recall the following bound and re-experience representations of awareness and reality modeling, covered in the essay Representational Modes.

The main challenge to sovereignty is the condition of “Guilt by Associative Madness”.

The main challenge to discipline is the condition of “Futile Pursuit of Freedom from Subjugation.”

These challenges happen for individuals, and are also reflected in socio-cultural dynamics.

Panpsychism in academia is an example of the first. Unregulated capitalism is an example of the later.

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In addition to giving us ethics and problems solving, awareness and reality modeling serve memory functions in individuals. Observed in the timeless representational form of the memory crystal, an individual’s memory is dynamically unbound when balancing sovereignty and discipline, orienting through receptivity, and navigating predicaments.

Key to this is unambiguous HSR such that binding and shielding are unambiguously (directly) experienced and thus expand between re-experience (as patterning anew) and boundless (as novelty anew).

“Memory Progression | Approaching Boundless Mind”
“Memory Progression | Approaching Boundless Mind”

To expand progressively clear (unambiguous) HSR to include the ability to participate, including to pursue a path (constrain tasks), memorization and idealization must occur. These are the foundation of shared governance. Representationally, consider paths and tasks to be micro-governances.

“To Pursue a Path (Constrain Tasks), Idealize and Memorize”
“To Pursue a Path (Constrain Tasks), Idealize and Memorize”