Psychology vs. Math
Intuition and Intellect
You could think of this as top-down vs bottom-up. Meaning, our intuition delivers a ‘whole’ picture. While our ‘intellect’ delivers a ‘partial’ picture. Where, there is, naturally, a circular relationship between whole and partial.
We can translate this into technical terms. Zero and one is yin and yang. Literally. And, figuratively.
Time and No Time
Allowing us to ‘see,’ the ‘top-down’ approach (intuition) is the same as the ‘bottom-up’ approach (intellect). Over ‘time.’
Now we have the ‘question’ of ‘time.’ Where intuition is ‘so much faster’ than intellect. Over ‘time.’ (If there is such-a-thing-as ‘time.’)
Which is related to ‘seeing’ the ‘big’ picture, vs, seeing a slice in time, which leaves out, always, half-the-picture.
Meaning, intuition, and intellect, both deliver ‘accurate’ results, half-the-time. Explaining why a human believes in both (intuition and intellect) all-the-time.
Meaning, you have to have both (intuition and intellect) in order to have either.
Meaning, both intuition and intellect deliver ‘wrong’ answers. Half-the-time.
Sensing and Switching
This explains why all of us resort to ‘testing’ in order to ‘figure things out…’
Though, technically, this test doesn’t do anything ‘for’ us, as illustrated above.
Explaining why there are ‘mistakes’ in Nature (from a human’s point of view).
While, from Nature’s point of view, there are no mistakes. No intuitional or intellectual analyses, no emotion. No sensors. And no switches. (No ‘bad’ things.)
Just an uber-simple circle. Conserving itself (circling) through ‘time.’
Maturity and Mind
Meaning, as we ‘mature,’ we understand this. And, we become more sensitive. To the mistakes our ‘senses’ deliver.
Explaining why half-the-time we just retreat into our own ‘mind.’ Which, in today’s world, is evidenced by ‘smart phone-human-addiction.’ Technically ‘pi.’ Taking over.
While we’re ‘one with our smart phone’ we’re just circling through ‘time.’ (Where, in ‘mind’ there is no ‘time.’) As the smart phone allows us to just ‘pass (what we’re used to labeling) the time.’
Teaching us, when we’re ‘ready’ (sensitive enough) (intuitive enough) intellectual (emotional) enough, to ‘receive it,’ that…
The conservation of a circle marches all of us through ‘time.’ (Erases ‘us’ and ‘time.’)Where ‘pi’ is an ‘other’ word for both ‘mind’ and ‘time.’ (Intuition and intellect.)