About a week ago during our Clarity Session via Zoom, a new student of mine showed me an app called Frax. I was completely blown away. I immediately ponied up the whopping 99 cents to buy it. It’s a real-time fractal generator, allowing you to create and interact with the fractal – truly miraculous! If you don’t know what a fractal is, it won’t hurt you to find out: Wikipedia: Fractal. My understanding – which is extremely limited – is that it’s the same equation rapidly repeated millions of times. Only a computer can handle such calculations.
This generator reminded me of a way-over-the-Fred-head book that I read years ago, several years prior to awakening, A New Kind of Science, by Stephen Wolfram, who authored the Mathematica. I had an intuitive knowing back then about the importance and scientific magic of patterns. I had a brief awakening experience in 1992, which means I’d seen something that I could not later remember, but which I could never forget (here meaning “unsee”).
This past Saturday afternoon I was playing with Frax when it suddenly dawned on me that (of course!) Indra’s Net was a mental projection of phenomena (fractals) seen through spiritual experience thousands of years before they could be rendered by computer. I immediately Googled “Indra’s net, fractal” and saw that I was not the first to have seen the relationship.
For all I know, this may be common knowledge in some circles. What matters is that there is a relationship, and that this relationship had been intuited by someone who is, beyond the limited boundaries of college algebra, mathematically ignorant. That may not be a big deal to you, but fredness nearly dislocated its shoulder while patting itself on the back. I’m suggesting that what you are observing when gazing upon fractals is the very nature of nature itself.
Today, for another $4.99, I upgraded to the Pro version, which offers miraculous squared. So far as I know there is not yet an Android version.