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This artwork is called "Multidimensional Identity." It is a complex geometric weave, symbolizing a focus of consciousness's experience of self. It is a magnified, artistic view of what the totality of existence experiences as a focus of consciousness. "Focus of consciousness" is a specific concept talked about in consciousness mechanics.

 

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Basically, it is called "Multidimensional Identity" because it represents the complexity of consciousness focusing within itself and perceiving patterns of activity. The premise is that the very concept of "observing the universe" is a projected outward effect of consciousness focusing within itself.

The layers of geometry symbolize different things, one being that all expressions of materiality and mentality in the universe are based upon structure—more precisely, structural relationship. Matter and energy is structure, and even how you think is representative of a kind of nonphysical structure that correlates to the physical structure of your brain. The relationship of one structure to the next is what defines how your reality changes. Everything in the universe is relative to something else, hence Einstein's theory of relativity, which even explains how time itself works based upon how one structure behaves in relation to another. Because all this would take a while to explain, just think of the web you see in the image as a web symbolizing how the universe sees itself, and what the universe sees. Ironically enough, the overall structure has some circular layered qualities similar to the human eye.

This geometric symbol can be seen in the background of consciousness mechanics videos. More info as to what it is can be found here, directly under "Miscellaneous Info."

It is also interesting to note that the average computer monitor display resolution cannot handle the massive amount of complexity and detail of the geometry present—1920×1080 pixels is way, WAY too small to fit all the information properly. As such, much of the inner portion appears to be much more simple that it actually is.

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