Trapped in the Estuary

Transmitter wrote this terribly early in the morning:


I’ve shared my obssession with patterns and my belief that everything follows the pattern of sign waves many times. Applied to life, this pattern portrays major events and changes with the events themselves representing the apex and the transitions between events representing the trough. I hate the transitional periods. I always get caught up in the downward motion and I struggle to move things up again. I get frustrated with the pattern, the up and the down, but I know I don’t want to flatline. The sign wave is life.

Right now I’m stuck in a transitional period. I don’t know where things are going or how long I’ll be here and as always I’m struggling to find out what will bring me back up, what will lead to the next event. I know that I’m always progressing, moving to something bigger, but I feel like I’m caught where the stream meets the tide.

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4 Responses to “Trapped in the Estuary”

  1. blackpetunia Says:

    “As in all evolutionary developments, the most important events are metasystem transitions*.”

    In some ways, I think life is the transition – to enlightenment? maybe for some, I don’t know.

    *metasystem transition

  2. oda Says:

    lets take a walk in a real city and see what buttons are there to push. I hear the waves there are mighty big.

  3. Transmitter Says:

    Nice cybernetic reference. I love when science and philosophy innertwine. I should be more comfortable with the transitions; they break up the binaries.

  4. Veronica Says:

    Very thought provoking.
    I’ve always thought Fractals were proof that the cosmos is watching. There has to be something greater, some collective or spirit must exist, if fractals are just something that occur in nature. It’s also a sign that the earth doesn’t need us. I’ve been both inspired, and crushed, by patterns.

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I really appreciated what you said.

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