The Theory of Creativity
Understanding the creative cycle
Everything in existence is based on energy which exists on a spectrum between Zero point and consciousness at one extreme (drama) and black holes and radiation at the other (trauma). The Energy Spectrum explains energy as a wave and the theory7 of Creativity explains energy as a particle. The creative cycle you see is what energy as a particle is all about.
There are three parameters of existence
- Everything in existence is unique and individual and never replicated or repeated to be exactly the same.
- Everything in existence is relative to everything else (relativity) and energy isn't just about frequency, wavelength and levels of consciousness, but is also about vibration, resonance, force and power. Binarity facilitates interaction between two or more individual things.
- All change and motion is cyclical in nature.
- This is because energy exists, depending on perspective, as a particle or wave. A wave and a cycle are the exact same thing.
The creative cycle
Creativity cannot take place without intereaction just as interaction cannot take place without some form of creativity occurring. Here creativity can be both dramatic or traumatic in nature. Any creative cycle is made up of four stages as shown above.
It's important to remember that the creative cycle relates to energy as a particle and that existence is made up of an infinite number of cycles based on the number of particles of energy involved. Relativity means that all are connected in various processes and cycles which can be physical, biological, natural, social, environmental, and so on. An activity, such as walking, for example, is not based on one creative cycle but on millions of different creative cycles, all occurring in different processes and cycles and each involving all the cells in a human body.
The Universal Objective
The Universal Objective is the development of consciousness and and in living beings this Universal Objective is more commonly known as evolution. This is because energy cannot be created or destroyed, only changed, and the objective of everything collectively is on the development of consciousness.
Universal law is based on the three core principles of existence, i.e. individuality, binarity or relativity and cyclicity. Outcomes can be either dramatic or traumatic based on the nature of the action taken, its interaction and reaction. This is also the basis of morality which is one aspect of creativity (morality is based on principles, not beliefs which are recurring ideas and thoughts) which can produce dramatic and traumatic outcomes. A dramatic outcome results in learning, freedom, connection, harmony, balance, order, structure, and fulfillment, things which support and promote living existence. Traumatic outcomes result in chaos, disorder, confusion, obscurity, division, decay, death, conflict, pain, suffering, enslavement, violence and evil.
Universal law, on which such things as karma and morality are based, is based on principles which are fixed and immutable and applicable to everything in existence. From this we have the concepts of right and wrong and also the concept of human rights, which is the ability to live in a manner which doesn't cause harm to any other living being or to the environment. Human rights are thus based on the capacity to live in a way which is compatible with everything else, one's enviornment, with nature, with one's community, social structure, with oneself and with other people.
What motivates human evolution? Here's the answer
It is individual human creativity and a desire to increase one's perception of consciousness which develops culture, cultural development advances social progress which in turn motivates human evolution.