Inclusionality in Nemetics

Inclusionality encourages us to engage space and boundaries differently so that we might grow beyond the assumptions that material is isolated from presence.  Nemetics is an inclusional manner of thinking that helps us engage the inner and outer contents which shape the context / relationship (nStrings) of our lives.

Inclusionality first steers our attention to where there is any sense of separation, and such observations trigger psychological, social and/or environmental damage.  Nemetics sees ‘inclusionality’ as offering us a way to engage evolutionary processes differently, with less competition and more co-creation via dialogue with the sentience in our environment.

Instead of looking to identify “either-or” relationships, we develop “both-and” relationships, that nurture both the inside and outside.  The creative spirit is kindled in our sense of space as being inseparable from time and matter/energy. All is rippling as the frequencies of various waves interweave our bodies with every neme we notice.

This dynamic process of attention is fueled by cascades of emotion and cognition that ripple through everything we chose to notice, engage, mull, or exchange, moment by moment.

We too see boundaries as “manifestations of information” which couple inner context with outer environment, as expression of nemes.  What we think of as “authentic constraints,” are like permeable boundaries which may nourish the generative expression of nemes throughout all whorls of sentience.

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A very simple explanation of inclusionality by Alan Rayner.

Inclusionality in Nemetics

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