The individual process and the development of consciousness:
the basic form and tables with technical details.

 
With the data in ZIGZAGZINE #6 we are able to describe the basic form of the human process. The basic form is constructed thus:
  1. (I) + (environment with emphasis on space) activity + evoke or make + open (outward):
    "I open myself (or not) toward the environment (other space-time)"
    senses, initiative
  2. (my inner space-time with emphasis on time) value + respond or claim + experiencing (inward):
    "now I claim (or not) time to bring in my conditions"
    attention for myself
  3. (I) + (environment with emphasis on time) difference + rework or compare + open:
    "I compare (or not) the differences from 1 with 2"
    put words in order, map out my route
  4. (my inner space-time with emphasis on space) context + evoke or make + experiencing:
    "I evoke (or not) my inner context, I make (or not) my inner home, a tangible base"
    the subject is present tangibly (or not):
    'Here I am'.
  5. (I) + activity + respond or claim + open:
    "I myself am claiming  (or not) a position"
    playful testing
  6. (my) value + rework or compare + experiencing:
    "now I analyze (or not) my position: my possibilities and need of suppletion"
    what works (or not), put my limitations and needs in order
  7. (I) + difference + evoke or make + open (in face with my suppletion) activity+ evoke or makeopen:
    "somebody / -thing / idea presents itself and I make (or not) a difference"
    the object is present
  8. (my) context + respond or claim + experiencing (in face with my suppletion) value + respond or claim + experiencing:
    "inner confrontation with de essential value of the suppletion and I claim (or not) the use of my values"
    object is chosen: is essential and therefore useful, or not essential and therefore useless:
    'Here is an experience'.
  9. (I) + activity + rework or compare + open (in face with my suppletion) difference + rework or compareopen:
    "information about the suppletion is compared (or not) with my earlier experiences and reworked (or not) for specific use"
    a possibility or an ideal, order experience in personal frame of reference according to significance
  10. (my) value + evoke or make + experiencing (in face with my suppletion) context + evoke or make + experiencing:
    "inner confrontation with the base position of the suppletion and I now set (or not) my specific conditions"
    limits, certainty, strategy, objective
  11. (I) + difference + respond or claim + open (in face with my suppletion) activity + respond or claimopen:
    "the specific environment / social group accepts (or not) the different values claimed by me and the reaction is accepted (or not) by me"
    rejection and adaptation, acceptance
  12. (my) context + rework or compare + experiencing (in face with my suppletion) value + rework or compare + experiencing:
    "inner confrontation with the specific supplementary experience (7-11) and I rework (or not) all information about it in my inner context, and I stow away the experience: either in my subconscious, or in my conscious memory"
    put experiences in order in my inner context, memory, let go of the object:
    'This is my more developed or my more enveloped (sub)goal'.

The next phase always includes the former. The fourth sentence would then be for instance: "In the interaction with my environment I use (or not) my inner context, and by allowing (or not) my conditions to determine my path I form (or not) a solid (and conscious) base".
 

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table 1. general outline of the process
nr. dynamics action element counterpart theme activity counterpart phase
1 openness evoke activity subject being alert subjective initiative
2 experiencing respond value subject being alert subjective attention
3 openness rework difference subject being alert subjective knowledge
4 experiencing evoke context subject overlook subjective emotion
5 openness respond activity experience overlook subjective testing
6 experiencing rework value experience overlook subjective analysis
7 openness evoke difference activity experience absorb objective supplement
8 experiencing respond context value experience absorb objective choose 1
9 openness rework activity difference sub-purpose absorb objective ideals
10 experiencing evoke value context sub-purpose accept objective limits
11 openness respond difference activity sub-purpose accept objective freedom
12 experiencing rework context value sub-purpose accept objective experience
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table 2. survey of the parts of the process
1 singularity the (sub)process
2 pairs a. dynamics: environment, singularity
b. group of six: confronting or supplementing counterparts
3 triad a. action: evoke, respond, rework
b. theme: subject, experience, (sub)purpose
4 quartet a. elements: activity, value, difference, context
b. activity: be alert, overlook, absorb, accept
5 group of six a. reflections: presence - supplement, value - context, sentences - insight, tangible subject - tangible object, playing - testing, needs - experience
b. dilemmas: identity, creativity, exchange, justification, self-reliance, self-consciousness
6 group of five creativity. (extra)
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table 3 . twelve pairs with different dynamics
In the combinations with differences in time and tempo between outside and inside, the tempo of the environment is an imposed fact, the use of inner time is a self-determined matter.
  outside stressed inside stressed
1 1 + 2 attention > environment  
2 2 + 3 attention > human
3 3 + 4 take place
4 4 + 5 playing
5 5 + 6 surveying
6 6 + 7 meet a need
7 7 + 8 have a choice
8 8 + 9 select one
9 9 + 10 ideal goals
10 10 + 11 personal goal
11 11 + 12 acceptance
12 12 + 1 more conscious
1  
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table 4. twelve triads of units of activity
the combinations of three phases consist alternately of two environment phases and one human, and two human and one environment phase.
the character of the triads is one of activity.
  subject object assimilation
1 1 t/m 3    
2 presence 2 t/m 4  
3   interest 3 t/m 5
4 4 t/m 6   knowledge
5 standpoint 5 t/m 7  
6   surveying 6 t/m 8
7 7 t/m 9   analysis
8 relation 8 t/m 10  
9   choice 9 t/m 11
10 10 t/m 12   understanding
11 emotion 11 t/m 1  
12   insight 12 t/m 2
1     being aware
2      
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table 5. twelve quartets: complexes of elements
the combinations of four phases consist alternately of two outward and two inward phases, and two inward and two outward phases.
the character of the quartets is one of connection.
  presence take time relation emotion
1 1 t/m 4      
2 subject 2 t/m 5    
3   beauty 3 t/m 6  
4     curiosity 4 t/m 7
5 5 t/m 8     emotional space
6 experience 6 t/m 9    
7   quality 7 t/m 10  
8     interaction 8 t/m 11
9 9 t/m 12     freedom of choice
10 (sub)purpose 10 t/m 1    
11   justification 11 t/m 2  
12     social identity 12 t/m 3
1       integration
2        
3        
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fig. 6
table 6. twelve multiples of six counterparts
the combinations of six phases describe sub-processes of two types:
1. either it works or it doesn't work (recognize a problem),
2. either this or that (fear and guilt).
reflections     dilemmas
1 through 6 present 7 through 12 supplement 1 - 7 identity
2 through 7 value 8 through 1 inner context 2 - 8 creativity
3 through 8 sentences 9 through 2 insight 3 - 9 exchange
4 through 9 tangible subject 10 through 3 tangible object 4 - 10 justification
5 through 10 playing 11 through 4 testing 5 - 11 space to play
6 through 11 needs 12 through 5 experience 6 - 12 consciousness
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table 7. twelve groups of five phases
Twelve combinations of groups of five phases. A combination of five phases, with a group of two, and another group of five.
The character of each group is one of a unity of creativity or playfulness and of exploratory assimilation.
This combination of phases is the accidental result of the cyclic process that exists of twelve phases.
       
1 through 5 the true self in the environment, the creative me 6+7 8 through 12
2 through 6 possibilities and conditions now 7+8 9 through1
3 through 7 experiencing and difference 8+9 10 through2
4 through 8 choice and inner context 9+10 11 through 3
5 through 9 insight and true self 10+11 12 through 4
6 through 10 fear and possibilities now 11+12 1 through 5
7 through 11 acceptance and experiencing 12+1 2 through 6
8 through 12 inner assimilation and choice 1+2 3 through 7
9 through 1 environment and insight 2+3 4 through 8
10 through 2 conditions and fear now 3+4 5 through 9
11 through 3 difference and acceptance 4+5 6 through 10
12 through 4 inner context and assimilation, letting go. 5+6 7 through 11
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