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The ICP (infinite creative potentiality) catalyst is a very powerful force pivotal to the IPT (infinite potentiality theory) formula:

IPT = ∞ CP  ∆͢   UF

The ICP catalyst is represented by the   ∆͢   .  I discuss just how powerful it is in my post “Ultimate Freedom” from 12 June 2014:

This interplay between creativity and the self – at the immediate moment when creativity is realized – is an incredibly powerful catalyst.

Here is some perspective on just how powerful:

Shakyamuni Buddha stated that “…in twenty-four hours our life is born and dying, rising and falling 6,400,099,980 times” (Taizan Maezumi Roshi, Appreciate Your Life: The Essence of Zen Practice, Part 1, “The Essence of Zen; Appreciate Your Life,” p.5).  Quantum physicists estimate the amount of energy required to bridge the discrepancy between the quantum world and the classical world is roughly a trillion times more (E = mc2) energy than all the mass of all the stars and planets out twenty billion light years.  Between Shakyamuni Buddha and the quantum physicists, we are talking about an extraordinary amount of energy and still it does not even come close to what is within the ICP catalyst!

So how is it that there is so much energy in the ICP catalyst?

Precisely because potentiality – the potential of potential – is everything and nothing, all that is, ever will be, and has not yet been, we can accurately state that because the possibility is infinite, the related store of energy to ignite potential into actual is exponentially equal to that boundless infinity. 

With that, you have the ‘how’ and ‘why’ explanations about this powerful catalyst.  Now, I am going to focus on the ‘so what’.  Let’s break it down through the IPT lens:

The nature of a catalyst is to disrupt the status quo by precipitating change between two or more entities.  In this manner, there is a measure of inherent  volatility specific to the yielded change.  This can be better understood illustrated on a spectrum.

From (+/+) on the extreme left; (+/-) in the middle as a null value; and (-/-) on the extreme right:

(+/+) When a creative force is met with creativity, the effect of the interaction is catalyzed by a positive-net yield volatility.  This is pure creativity.

(+/-) When a creative force is met with destruction, the effect of the interaction is catalyzed by a nullified-net yield volatility.  This is negated creativity.

(-/-) When a negative force is met with destruction, the effect of the interaction is catalyzed by a negative-net yield volatility.  This is pure destruction.

In summary, to agitate change from the status quo, an enormous amount of powerful energy is required.  This power-energy precipitant qua the ICP catalyst is effective volatility.  This volatility can yield everything on the spectrum from pure creativity to pure destruction.

IPT is centered around the meaningfully positive infinite creative potentiality behind the catalyst mediating the individual’s ultimate freedom.  Upon attainment of that absolute liberation of and from the self, the individual becomes freedom qua other.

The key shift from living in the self to living in the other guides an unparalleled qualitative evolution with a mindset firmly on the creative.  From self to other mediates a seamless ennoblement from destruction to creation.  Above all, it is a shift keenly discovering and resolving deficiencies, weaknesses, and fallacies as illusory.  Indeed, it is a raw freedom with tangible, ocular, lasting impact for the inspirational empowerment of present and future generations to come.

Cheers, to the shift!



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