The map of reality, as presented here, is made up of two opposite triangles, with a turning point in between, connecting both triangles. The map represents an abstraction of what is possible in a lifetime, it represents life’s potential and the different layers through which we can experience reality.
It will come as no surprise, that life’s experiences are fundamentally an exploration of love. It inspired me to call the first three layers of consciousness and aliveness “foreplay” and I do so with all due respect. Foreplay is as important as any other aspect of love and so are all the different layers through which we are able to experience life. One cannot exist without the other. There’s no better or worse way, there’s only the way it is in every present moment.
The upward pointed triangle represents the way we grow into independent individuals in the most natural way. Boundaries and limitations are much needed in an overwhelming world of possibilities. The upward triangle is our radio station, transmitting our energetic blueprint and manifesting our stories all around.
Our choices and as a result our experiences throughout the first three layers are mainly driven by our internal value hierarchy. We fully embody this inner structure and our behavior is mostly driven by our partners of co-creation.
Our intentions remain hidden, unconscious, or/and not expressed. We operate on automatic pilot, and our character is primarily in charge of the operations.
Rational choices are the ones that make sense. Our awareness is centered on our physical, mental, and emotional bodies. A conditioned concept of love is the basis of our intimate relationships. Our attention is pointed outward. While moving through these first layers, our experience of life usually goes from “bad” to the “very best”.
The different layers that make up the first triangle are: