Explaining a Concept – the Birthing

I used to get my beliefs and concepts mixed up all the time, but I can now show you the difference. Don’t worry… This won’t take as long as the other or have a silly story involved.

A concept gives off a sense of ‘roots’ in a thing or an aspect. When I have, hold, or see a concept, it means there’s something enticing in a flower or plant, and I dig below to understand why. I’m trying to uncover the many processes that give life to a concept by looking into the evolution of certain related thoughts.

My Concept Garden Chart

A Concept as The Flower, Plant or Tree

  • Title (flower/fruit) – This is my concept as the NEW main point with flavour. The idea is clearly on display.
  • Excerpt (surrounding foliage/leaves) – Also a display item, relative ideas give insights and more information than the title.
  • Description (stem/trunk) – This is my preceding strong body of ideas that did the ‘hard yards’ earlier. My description is focussed on ‘structure’ rather than ‘display’ which creates the conditions necessary to allow the excerpt and title to thrive.
  • Comprehensive Lineage Content (spread out in the roots) – This is my in-depth or the full family history of my idea. It is the blood, sweat and tears that started everything in the dark ages: i.e., the building blocks and harder yards!

A concept contains the foundation or the makeup of a thing/aspect thru a series of conjoining ideas.

It is also considered a birthing towards the top or at the title.

A new concept or newborn comes into the world with full specs of lineage from ancestral thoughts which evolved over time.

New concepts come from older relative’s.

In terms of energy fluctuations, influence affects me in the same manner as my ideals and beliefs. Meaning, I expose myself to the possibility of distortion taking over and can get attached.

Nature is super simple, I’d like to meet it one day. 🌱


Next, get ready to look into my world of fragmentation.

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