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Trees are great visual examples of the torus 4 phase process of life because they begin and end with a network of branches - drawing in elements from the soil and energy from the sun and cycling them through the complex behavior system of the cells.
If you could see the water within the cycle of becoming that is a tree, you would see water flowing toward the tree in the soil, entering the tree through the roots, rising up through the trunk and out into the branches and into the air.
Water cycles through the tree like a fountain, carrying minerals that weave together in the pattern of cellular behavior to create the appearance of the tree. The water enters into each and every cell, becomes part of it, then leaves again, carrying waste materials on its journey.
Water, minerals, sunlight flow into the tree and it grows, branches out, produces seeds to carry on the behavior pattern to the next generation.
1. Elements, energy and information flow together, captured by the organism's web of communications.
2. The perceptions, memories and responses of the being change the direction and relationship of the flow.
3. Causing the flow to branch out into patterns of behavior that are the basis for the next cycle of becoming.
4. Then there is a process that extends through time - a feedback mechanism that modifies the behavior in the next cycle by observing the results of each action (you can see trees tracking their responses by the use of time lapse photography).
You can overlay this pattern on any and every living process or being. Take a few minutes to think about it - visualize information coming together from a wide area, entering into your focus, weaving together with your memories. The blend of memories and inflowing information result in your responding in one way or another and then testing this response to see if it worked.
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