The Quantum Dynamic and the Formative Process
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Keleman, S. (2015). The quantum dynamic and the formative process. Retrieved month day, year, from https://www.thescienceofpsychotherapy.com/the-quantum-dynamic-and-the-formative-process. doi: 10.12744/tnpt.10.03.2015.01.
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The human being is the source of self-creating realities of the meaning of its own processes. Using quantum dynamics to underscore the non-linear functioning of the brain’s cortex, and the role of the body and its cortex as a creator of realities, defies the logic or reasoning we have relied on. This recognition has created a new frontier in which the human being is a voluntary participant in creating consequences and experiences that enrich life by preparing new patterns of acting and new understandings of embodied life. The formative organizing process is a quantum process, a non-reductive function of possibility, prediction and organized differentiation capable of changing an existing pattern and creating a different anatomic organization of our human animate reality. Voluntary forming is an organizing anatomical function, a dynamic process of imaginative shaping and feeling, a kinetic, imagistic, tactile reality with internal patterns of arousal in a continuous wave and particle pattern of incompleteness-seeking-completion. Our adult soma as it seeks to grow and mature is a magnificent creation of entangled anatomic structure and function, and of emotion, feeling and expression. It is an embodiment in the world that has within it under-formed, uncompleted bodying patterns that await differentiation and completion; internal multi-dimensional entanglements of tissue and excitatory connections, pulsatory patterns of experiencing that link the elastic, non-linear realities that form the body’s interiority and which are the basis of its identity.