The Physics Behind Psychology
How complementarity and identity intersect. Explaining Nature and ‘reality.’
There is a mandatory circular relationship between any X and Y. It looks like this:
To decipher, or ‘decode’ the diagram, you need to notice, a circular relationship involves diameter and circumference (in human terms, male and female).
From here, you can decide to notice, X and Y is 0 and 1 (yin and yang in ancient renderings of science and religion).
You can also decide to ‘notice’ zero and one is one and two. And, now, it gets confusing.
However, this is easier than it seems. Complementarity is the basis for identity. For example, day and night. For ‘day’ you need ‘night’ (and vice versa). They are dependent on each other. They share a circular relationship with ‘each other.’
Again, some conventional ‘pairs’ we’re used to in psychology: introvert and extrovert, emotional and intellectual, sensing and intuiting. These are Carl Jung’s archetypes. Again, you can’t be ‘one’ without the ‘other.’
So, now you can, easily see, the complementary identity that’s present for all human ‘beings.’ We’re 50–50, all of us, introverted, extroverted, emotional, intellectual, sensing, intuiting. Complementarity is required for any ‘identity.’
This takes us back to ancient times, when man was trying to decipher the difference between the sun and the moon. This is the basis for the ancient religious idea of yin and yang. Which was, and still ‘is,’ the basis for science.
Again, complementary identity.
And, from here it’s easy to see the physics of psychology (and the psychology of physics). It’s all dependent on an uber-simple circle. Explaining rotation, revolution, radiation. Electricity, magnetism, gravity.
How we’re able to ‘loop’ and ‘point’ in coding (programming in general).
And that’s all there is to ‘everything.’ Really.