So, the key
as subject approaches subject.
So, as subject approaches subject they seek an exchange.
So, as subject approaches subject we seek an exchange.
In this gifting it is required that we match the quality and tenure of our giving, one given to another given, the singular subject matched by singular subject.
So, if there is to be an exchange, the gift is a manner of summarizing the quality of energy within that exchange.
So there is an exchange, a gifted exchange, and a key fits together these energetic exercises.
So an object.
An object is produced in subject to subject exchanges.
An object thus collates the subjective.
An object thus is the communicating function.
“A child will discover parental qualities in stars, trees, and stones… without realising the cost its parents incur in upholding the fabric of its world.”
[Eric Rhode. Psychotic metaphysics. 1994]
So the parent is an object to provide objects.
So the functional energy here is to allow the energy to function.
So this figure we call parent can be translates as; they that collate subjective experiences.
So they that collate subjective experiences are the pre-archaeology of this singular subjectivity; this singularity of experience which always stands counter to the summary.
The singularity of experience is subjectivity, the deep reality of our consciousness which always stands counter to the object which represents it.
Even so, singular subjectivity must be communicated.
So the must be communicated seeks an object through which it may bypass its own singularity.
And so this figurative object is the funnel through which subjective experience is directed.
The subject to subject experience becomes a gathered weight.
Thus weight and point provide new pattern, a pendulum swing, a new key for this melodic array.
“A liturgical object is one that carries over meaning from pre-birth times.” [E.Rhode]
Thus the figurative is redrawn, or drawn back, in order to reveal a subject.
So a revealed subject, pivoting around a liturgical object, draws subject subject and object through an exchange of gift.
An exchange of gift gives not gift for gift but reveals a further pattern of possibility.
So subjective communication, acting on the pivotal possibility of the object, is an adaptation of the diminished object.
A further pattern of possibility has caused the key to vanish.
A phase transition.
The diminished object and the subject singular become