Excerpt About Morphing

The Inner Multidimensional Riemannian Manifield
The soul is continuously and spontaneously changing its phenomenology its topography, its shape, its texture, its color, its feel, its luminosity, its depth, its clarity, its viscosity, its momentum, its force, its power, its level of consciousness, its perceptivity and so on. The inner multidimensional riemannian manifold is in a constant state of organic self-organization, not through one form passing and being replaced by another, but through morphing, by one form dissolving, melting boundaries and this dissolution merging continuously into the emerging boundaries of the newly arising form. Dimensions interpenetrate each other, transform into each other, overlap with each other, coalesce and separate, all in a non-linear, non-discontinuous manner.

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