David's comment "as above, so below" made me think of above as Monad and below as monad, and so I think of "m/Monad" as a representation of  a reality that incorporates all possible variables in terms of interpretations, dimensions, karma, kama, maya, manvataras, etc.

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Comment by Mark Kusek on February 20, 2015 at 4:15pm

Hi Mauri, Unlike our rather sustained dialog on this topic over the years on Theos-l, these views have not yet been presented or exchanged very much here. It's a new thread.

Comment by Mauri on February 19, 2015 at 10:59pm

I'm tending to think in terms of a link, or a sort of quantum continuum, between the monad/s (individual/s) and Monad (Commonality) in terms of interpretation and experience or, in other words, in terms of "reality as we know it." Hence "as above, so below." In other words I tend to think of that link as if it's like the dot in the circumpunct, or the laya centre in Leon's theory, or the dot in Mark's ( + . - ) symbol, or the forward slash in my x/X symbol. But of course I'm just "exoterically speaking," lol, so ....

Comment by David Allen on February 19, 2015 at 9:46am

Mauri,

I have to apologize for being unfamiliar with your terminology. If I understand what you said correctly, you are suggesting a repeating pattern?

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