DIVISION, D-VISION AND DIRECT VISION and DIVINE VISION
DIVISION, D-VISION AND DIRECT VISION APPROACHES TO KNOWLEDGE CREATION* In general, human mind operates at different quantum states viz., Division, D-Vision and Direct Vision. During Division state, mind views the reality in division terms i.e., Divided vision. It divides the reality.
In the ‘scientific’ approach to reality, mind usually operates in this state which is a ‘reason’ based dimension of mind. In contrast to division state, in D-vision state, mind takes a holistic view by viewing the entire horizon in its front. In this state mind operates at intuitive level. In its third state i.e., Direct Vision state, mind gets the direct perception or ` Supreme state’ of reality. It operates at darshan level. Thus, there are three approaches to viewing reality and also problem solving viz., Division or scientific approach, D-vision or intuitive-holistic approach and Direct-vision or darshan approach. Different individuals operate from different states of mind leading to different mindsets. Hence, they view reality in different ways and their approach to problem solving also differs. The three mindsets or states of mind could also be viewed in terms of a three steps model. This model suggests three methods or approaches to problem solving and decision making through reason, intuition and darshan or direct perception approaches corresponding to Division, D-Vision and Direct Vision states of mind. During Division state of mind, mind views problems in terms of sub-problems and uses reason to analyze the problems and seeking solutions. This is typically scientist’s mindset. In D-Vision state, it takes an integrative view and uses intuition to find solutions. This is an artist’s mindset. In Direct Vision state, mind takes a direct-perception view and comes up with creative solutions that are holistic in nature and are ‘out of the box’.
It may be indicated that the three types of mindsets are also reflected in the very language and phrases that we use to solve problems through Division, D-vision and Direct vision approaches. For example, the phrase, ‘Conquest of Everest’ represents the ego oriented world-view or Division mindset. In contrast, ‘Quest of Everest’ represents the eco-oriented or D-vision mindset. Viewing Everest as a place for spiritual experience and place of enlightenment represents the cosmic orientation or the divine mindset revealed through Direct vision. Similarly, when feminist thought was rooted in Division mindset, it emphasized the woman vs. man worldview rooted in the conflict view of life. When it shifted to D-vision perspective, it moved in the direction of man-woman complementarity. Further, the Direct vision view suggests the yin-yang integration and the concept of foundation for an integrative vision of humanity. Many other problems and their solutions in organizational and social contexts can be viewed from these three different perspectives. In addition to the above three quantum states, there is also a fourth quantum state of mind that could be referred to as Divine vision state. At this state an individual’s mind operates at revelation level.
Reason is the first step of mind’s evolution. In this stage, mind operates in Division quantum state
Intuition represents the second step. In this stage mind operates in D-vision quantum state
Supreme state is the third step. In this stage, mind operates at Direct vision quantum state
Revelation or enlightenment is the fourth step. In this stage, mind operates in Divine vision or ` Supreme state’ (The Self) quantum state.
The above discussion suggests a four step model of mind’s evolution and development. In this model, reason is the first step of mind’s evolution. In this stage, mind operates in Division quantum state. Intuition represents the second step. In this stage mind operates in D-vision quantum state. The
Supreme state' is the third step. In this stage, mind operates at Direct vision quantum state. Revelation or enlightenment is the fourth step. In this stage, mind operates in Divine vision or Supreme state’ (The Self) quantum state. The approaches discussed above are not only useful for creation of new knowledge, but are also useful for decision making and problem solving in practical contexts. Further, they create awareness about one’s own mental evolution in life’s journey. Hence, these ideas are also useful for one’s own creativity and enlightenment as well as for invoking creativity and enlightenment among others as they lead to mental liberation, supramental liberation and transcendental liberation. These three steps represent an individual’s mind liberation journey through different quantum states.
The matter of divine revelation, the way in which God-consciousness impresses itself in reflective human consciousness, is an ancient and ever new occupation of mind. Revelation pertains to the manifestation of divine purpose (intelligence and will), and to divine extravagance in the transformational universe; revelation is an insight into the divine mind at work in self-reflective consciousness. Human will and intellect (faculties of experiential intelligence) are subtleties of quantum-electric consciousness.
The Fourth State of Consciousness – is the supreme State and the Self working at the Quantum Dimension of the Divine Consciousness, the Elixir Of Life, pure, infinite consciousness, The Oneness of Mind, the ultimate state of , the supreme bliss of the Self,, is the Quantum Consciousness of LIGHT, the quantum super-consciousness and the opening of the 1000 lotus of petals.
The Quantum State of Consciousness is the opening of the 1000 lotus of petals. This is the upgrading shift from the three dimensional world to the fifth dimensional Reality of Wisdom, Bliss and Light.