As a quick first blush reaction to the process of writing in this new format of integral calculus (need better term for it….hmmm), a couple of points.
1. It helps if I write them straight through in one sitting with little to no breaks. The second post I think suffered a bit from a number of delays that came upon me in writing it, forcing me to compose over a few days. There is a kind of zone that I felt take over when I began that I don’t (at least yet) automatically fall back into upon taking back up the keyboard.
2. I should have thought of this, but didn’t, but the biggest learning so far has been that the process is itself is unending (just like the arising of the Kosmos it is supposed to be pointing to). That is, whatever the length of any post I take as soon as I step in the stream at one point (the stop operator Wilber calls it, signified by the / symbol) and work on some perspective/dimension then that immediately puts me in touch with all kinds of other perspectives and dimensions. (Other holons in Wilber’s language).
3. Which means the writing begins and ends whenever I choose–both times. Beginning / and Ending /. The stream is purely cascading as Wilber says and I’ve more and more began to experience that arising in my own consciousness as I write in this manner. Elliot Bejamin, whose domain is Integral Mathematics, once told me that he would wake up and do a math problem as a means of meditation. He found deep symmetry, beauty, and aestheticism to the process. That’s something what the experience of doing these posts is for me.