Transcending Patterns of Communication

We should, at least, have a few moments of doubt faced with each person; maybe that human being holds a tragedy, or maybe (s)he lives a miracle, inconsistent with the frameworks of your pattern. Who can tell?

(S)he who does not know how to dissipate his or her communication always acts out automatically: you left-click, (s)he whirrs left (see Cialdini’s principle [en, html]); you click right, (s)he opens a new window. But your miracle, your life, where is it?

To this instant-click resonating people, to these “one-line communicating” people, to these “patterns-firewalls-people”, which always know beforehand on which pattern you subscribe even more than you do, the quite essential escapes them: your true self, your own innovating, pattern-less re-creation beyond development… of oneself.

We come to this world with a brain, but we are not served with a user’s manual for it [en, html]. So we get used to behaviors, never questioning whether there is another way, for example, in time perception. So we are getting accustomed to wasting time, just wondering and indulging in what’s coming around, and then feel uncommon to schedule, plan, and respect deadlines.

We never get to a balance, a metaperspective, and flexibility beyond this pattern of “in time” (semi-related to chronemics [en, wiki] “monochrony”) and “meta-time” (semi-related to “polychrony”).

We almost forget there is an across-time pattern (which I foresee developing, considering the exponential multitasking culture of digital people). There is also the between time / not minding time pattern (the actual design being described in Mircea Eliade’s original lecture, easily mistaken with “in time”/”polychronic” perspective).

The transcending of time corresponds to something very different from “in time” and from “meta-time” (If you wish to read more on these, please access this article [en, blog], which I was told to be conceptual ground-breaking).

Digital people don’t know how to dissipate communication, leave messages to go beyond themselves, and transcend the means and patterns of communication towards providing a profound sense of all the revelations and miracles inherent in treasuring the word. The meaning. The essence. That word, that power of the word, existed from the beginning, before communication.

As communication is measured through e-mails, SMS, tweets, statuses, phone calls, instant messenger lines, and spent in a distractive pseudo-activity, similarly, people obtain knowledge through an external system of frames and numbers [en, blog]. You will understand these people’s patterns when you listen to them talk or write about you to yourself.

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They will tell you many logical things and justified theories, and they will miss precisely what is most significant, most personal, and most precious beyond your patterns (metaprograms, meta-types, values levels, personality traits) which they might or might not correctly depict. They probably never knew to truly listen to YOU.

Communication dissipating – and not the sterile use of communication – has this great virtue of essentially opening the gates for actual comprehension, for concrete understanding. When you genuinely dissipate communication, when you surrender to the inner beauty of the person in front of you, beyond how you might define it (therefore limit it), when you submit to the true meaning of life instances, doing nothing else than just to watch, listen and feel the reality in front of you, all around you, across yourself and beyond, you will make discoveries beyond your everyday experience.

If you have enjoyed this article, likely, you will also want the previous & the following ones [en, blog]:

Marcus Victor Grant

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