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THE FUTURE OF TIME

From the book, THE FUTURE OF TIME
by Humphry Osmond, published by
Doubleday & Company, Inc.

Notes added by CR in teal green in reference to a typology for
a universal interface with temporal archetypes of perception
for culturing social consensus with Web 3.0 cyberEthics
 as will involve and evolve our individual and collective
social conscience in global social networks.

Sifting the 'Sands of Time' Through the Hour-Glass 'Nexus'

Framing a new way of understanding ‘non-duality’ as
singularity, non-linear time and unity 
Conscience; 
geometrizing the principles and processes of
cognitive function in form and frequency;
the end of time as we have known it
and initiation of a new time with
the Aquarian Dispensation;
universal law language
at the heart of one
all-connected
;
a typology of
4-D consciousness
as 4 dimensions of time
operant in '
5-D Conscience'
as involves (mediates~evolves)
 social 
Conscience in social networks;
 co-creating the timeline shaping our future;
 real-time interactive mass-to-mass TeLeComm
defining, refining, combining & shining 
Conscience
 as Effective Sensory Perception: Global Enlightenment.

Article follows:

"Tell me what you think of time, and 
 I shall know what to think of you."

~ J. T. Frazer

Four Ways of Perceiving Time and
Four Types of Personalities

 by Harriet Mann, Miriam Siegler and Humphry Osmond
Published in PSYCHOLOGY TODAY, Dec. 1972

ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE, 
but the director cast the production on a shoestring budget.

In spite of differences in education, culture or historical periods, human beings seem to fall into a limited number of personality types. Theophrastus described 30 typical characters of an ancient Athens in such a vivid and precise way that we can still see them. Progress has reduced the number of potential roles. In 1923, Carl Jung proposed a model of eight basic psychological types.
 
Unfortunately, Jung’s system lacked explanatory value and hence the excitement and momentum of a theory.

MODES: Typologies sort out the variables of human personality so that we can see which ones belong together.  Without a theoretical base though, classification systems deliver less and less information rather than more and more.  Because of this deficiency, Jung’s typology has remained undeveloped for almost 93 years.  (Until now) 

The  Model's 'Constitution'
Via 4-D Archetypal Functions
Defining 5-D Conscience:

 The  Model frames Jung’s insights with
      four pure geometry archetypes which represent a
            theoretical base for the modalities of consciousness:
                 not just for classification – a
eft-brain linear function –
                  but also for the right-brain n
n-linear explanatory value
       giving synergized balance ~
(both hemispheres)
             as empowers 'integration' ~ synchronicity (in time)
         engaging the whole brain ~
evolutionary ascent
     
  in our individual-collective co-creation (holodeck).

Jung observed that man normally experiences the world through four modes: sensation, thinking, feeling and intuition. Sensation is the reality function – it tells us what something is. Thinking is the logical function – it tells us what that something is.  Feeling enables us to make a value judgment about the object (whether we like it), while intuition, the method of relating to the world through hunches and guesses, enables us to see the possibilities inherent in the object.
 
Intuition and sensation are conflicting modes of perceiving the world; thinking and feeling, which are ways one analyzes the world, also conflict. Persons who are strong in one function tend to be weak in its opposite, but everyone has potential for all four functions.
 
HIERARCHY: Each of the basic modes of experiencing the world can be either predominantly extraverted or predominantly introverted.  These two attitudes combine with the four functions to produce eight major psychological types. Of course, no person is ever purely one type.  Most inner experience and observable behavior show evidence of all eight possibilities.
 
However, each person has a hierarchy in the functions, and a natural tendency towards one of the attitudes. The more nearly balanced the two attitudes are, the greater the individual’s potential for experiencing both the joys of the inner sphere and the pleasures of the external world.

Conscious evolution is the nature of the
 self-correcting learning process 
towards 
self-actualization.

For example, in order to qualify linear (~space) for 3-D reality
with a frame of reference for non-linear (n
n-duality) 4-D time,
 a 
~spatial “c-Creation is synergized" () in space/time ()
when a wholly integrated "space-time relativity" (with )
is 
self-actualized with conscience of HOW one is conscious).

The self-actualized person (emphasis added ~CR) is able to utilize whatever function or attitude best suits the situation. Obviously there are times when feeling will get one much farther than thinking, and intuition much farther than sensation. However, most persons tend to relate to the world through only one or two functions, and they cannot consciously shift attitudes. 

It's important to realize that one's paradigm narrows under stress,
making it more difficult to 
"consciously shift attitudes".

By involving consciousness with HOW we are conscious,
we naturally evolve "mobility consciousness" (up-wising)
 for 
self-actualized relationships of relevance and ultimate
whole~holy reverence, the “c
-Creation” (human/divine)
InnerSense of wholEness ~ self-actualized Conscience.

In an attempt to develop a theoretical base for Jung’s typology, we began a study of time perception. We used the concepts developed by Jakob von Uexkull, one of the fathers of ethnology. Von Uexkull described the Umwelt, or experiential world of the tick in terms of the way that creature experienced time and space. Without an understanding of man’s temporospatial nature, a human typology is impossible. We cannot identify an animal without certain exact information about its location in and use of time and space.

It is the same with human beings.

We found that individuals in each of the Jungian categories 
experience time in unique ways.

Thinking types experience things in terms of linear time,
continually relating past to present to future.

The other three types concentrate on 
one particular dimension of
the timeline.

Feeling types relate primarily to the past,
sensation types to the present,
 
and intuitives to the future.

CONTINUED AT: 
Four Types of Personalities and
Four Ways of Perceiving Time

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You see the world not as it is
but as you are.