Journal: Three Of Three

The number three has had a significant place in my life. Sometimes it seems as if I forced myself to remember that number, possibly before conception. It echos in my mind, always. I see it in my everyday experiences as if I have a mild obsessive compulsive disorder.

Last night, after running a thought experiment, it occurred to me that mathematics may be the only way to see within the reality of this conscious experience. The thought experiment was simple, can 100 be divided by 3 evenly? The answer is no because 100/3=33.333333333333~3 ad infinitum. Within the language of mathematics this simple equation reveals a crack, tear, hole or portal existing in plain sight. In our conscious reality we are able to divide food, material and money into portions of three. The reality that the portions are not equal or that one portion must contain more that the other two is overlooked, and rightly so. But, as I conducted the experiment, I began to focus on that illusive .000000000000~1 and ask if it even exists. It seems that it cannot exist mathematically within the infinite.

I now feel that the language of mathematics may be the best method to understanding consciousness. The I Ching, the Torah, gematria numerology provide mathematical avenues to interpret this reality within the whole of consciousness and possibly open up another rabbit hole. So, my next question is why we have a word, or concept, that we cannot possibly understand? Infinity only exists in mathematics. We do not have an example of the infinite that we are able to experience within this reality. What does the mathematical concept of the infinite reveal about this physical conscious experience? Can I mathematically prove that this reality is a dreamworld?

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