The TetraSeed is a Dynamic Play of Knowledge and Mystery

The TetraSeed consists of two parts mystery
and two parts "knowledge".

The two parts of mystery are
and imagining.

You may notice that to the degree that your imagining is vague,
so also is your power of intending,
as if you're not quite sure what your're intending.

Imagining is Openness to the Unknown Unknown.

The two parts of knowledge are
attending to
and remembering.

You may notice that what you attend to
you tend to remember.

Remembering is Assuming that Something is Known.

Something is known (remembered)
in the face of the Unknown Unknown (openness to imagining the Unknown).

The two, mystery and knowledge,
exist in a mutual interplay.

Intending with Attending
Imagining and Remembering.

When we intend to pay attention, we attend.
When we imagine remembering, we remember.

Dynamic interplay in the inter-transformation of knowledge and mystery.

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