Is the Process All there Is?
If we say All is Process, how does it sound comparing with saying All is One?
In All is One the All is maybe felt like joy and freedom, but also peace or stillness, like a static standstill.
Meanwhile in All is Process the All becomes a dynamic moving experience with ourselves moving in it.
In mystic and many similar spiritual traditions the experience of oneness has a central place, whereas the awarness of the process as an aspect or a function of reality came to us from Psychology and other Sciences.
The Process, a mysteriously self regulating, impersonal, seemingly evolving ever changing flow of energy is actually tangibly felt ans observed in every speck of our reality which is apparently featured by the Process itself.
When someone`s s.c. realization happens suddenly like a flash of light, we probably ignore that there is a process behind it as much as ahead of it.
A cell is programmed to its function until next mutations. In the same way are we featured with a selfconscious mind which believes that it can act autonomously and change or affect the Process.
Yet the expected change can only happen if an indefinite amount of factors controlled by the Process allows that to happen.
The Process is proceeding seemingly forward in only a shift of timeless flow of energy and its nature and goals - if there are any, are carefully hidden.
Introspectively we can get an idea about how the Process works when insights change and deepen in awarness.
Is the true nature of the Process static or a dynamically ever changing movement?
I wonder how Galileo`s famous words would sound like nowadays. E pur si muove, Yet it moves, he said.
Maybe today he would modify this statement saying: It moves, yet it doesn`t.