In reference to human consciousness, what we know determines how we think, how we feel and how we respond in a three-dimensional space/time (universe) where the holographic imaginings of duality dominate our perception of the world. Decisions and choices are based upon belief systems, observations and events we experience within the constraints of this dimension by virtue of the situations and circumstances we perceive as being real. We typically respond to these symbolic situations with a desire to challenge the unknown by means of knowing.
Our perceptions appear to be proportional to what we think we know and how we think we feel about what we think we know. Space/time merely creates the context. Design brings a meaning and a purpose to every situation. One aspect of knowing appears to be theoretical and intuitive in nature while the other seems to be quite practical or intellectual.
Knowing could be described as the result of the relationship between the intellect and the intuition, with the intellect appearing to be more pragmatic while the intuition describes a more empathic kind of knowing. Design thinking represents and is an exercise in, the process that embodies this relationship through symbolic and holographic means.
However little is known or mentioned about the precursor to design thinking and a designed consciousness. This position is based upon the Taoist concept of Wu Wei.
Ideas are preconceived imaginings focused about a central concept. The imagination functions within the realm of the subconscious, a virtual world that symbolically separates 3d space/time from the unconscious. The subconscious is an invisible field (realm) that harbors the symbolic language of the quantum by virtue of design.
Our reality is just one shard in a crystal field that refracts and reflects light from an unknown source.
Design allows us to take the position of an active observer and participator in a heart felt phenomenon that cannot be fully explained physically, mentally or emotionally. The concept of the intuition harbors the ability to approach what is beyond comprehension and understanding. The existence of every unknown source can be discovered and found to be both meaningful and purposeful by means of an imaginative design and the desire (energy-in-motion/e-motion) to make it so.
The intuition in conjunction with design and the imagination allows us to theorize about what exists beyond the objective and material world, i.e. the unknown. Every intuitive urge is patterned about a unique configuration of design units/elements generated by an all-inclusive universe. These arrangements, i.e. patterns, create a fleeting position within the context of this field of virtual energy. All phenomena are patterned about a reality surrounding the current moment and before future waves of interference bring on further reformation.
The desire to know and to feel is intrinsically linked with the desire to create. The process of knowing by means of feeling and feeling by virtue of knowing is merely one aspect of design thinking.
Edited: 10.16.2014, 10.20.2014
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