Statement
For better meaning and understanding of existence.
The
Entity = 1 = ∞2
Everything can be thought as one infinite entity, where all things, all components, attributes and matter are connected to each other one way or another. everything is interconnected.
Infinity
Borderless in every way.
Zooming in or out, defining or deconstructing, there will be no end point or border found as everything is infinite by nature.

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Change
In the entity nothing is permanent, solid, totally isolated or everlasting except the entity itself.

In the entity change can be thought taking place not only by Causality, but through interconnectivity as change in one particle or component affects all the other particles. Everything is in continuous movement and nothing remains still.
Time
Narrow, one dimensional perspective to observe and measure change.
Time is an invented system, a linear frame of reference into which change is being compared so that it can be monitored and given a value.
However as change itself has its own ever changing quality and relative nature, i.e. it is not happening as a constant steady stream, time should have the same quality. Actually it should be directly proportional to change.

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Relativity
Every object, value, opinion, every point of view, every definition - any target of observation is relative to the rest.

In order to have relativity the entity has to be divived This results to dualism, polarization, separation, attributes, parts, components...
It also results to subjectivity and perspectivity.
Observer
The observer is inseparably and simultaneously being 1. a relative part of the entity and 2. the whole entity itself (consciousness).
The existence of the observer or 'self' polarizes the entity and everything becomes subjective.

No one can experience a thing the same way than another.
From 2nd point of view, the only thing what exists is what you think and realize at the moment. Same applies to feelings: You feel what you think you feel.

The subject you think, grows in meaning, while the one you don't, decreases.

However, a state of existence beyond thinking, sensing and feeling can be experienced but not explained.

Meditation & Awareness
Undefined & Unknown
1 + 1 ≠ 2
Theoretical explanations of science are based on analysis of observable evidence of a phenomena and measurable data relating to the observation.
The results are seemingly true but essentially false.

As the analysis include only a limited amount of attributes which reactions are observed in a isolated system, in a theoretical vacuum, the final results never reaches the state of being 100% true. - The rest, the undefined (X) [nor the observer] is not taken into concideration.
Everything is defined or defined to be undefined.
Random.

Logic & Reason
Logic and reason are essentially based on yes/no-, true/false-, [0/1-] decision making and on relative comparison of these decisions.
Knowing = believing
Everything you know is false.

However to be functional or to have any reason whatsoever, a person has to have a certain frame of mind/reference: a reality which gives the observation an angle and person his perspective.

The experienced new input is reflected with the frame and so, after this re-/interaction, the new input is proportioned and melted into the personal frame of reality.

Even though understanding that the concept of 'knowing something' is a paradox - that you cannot really know anything, conclusions are always based on beliefs.
Knowing is a paradox.
In the end, all theories are just theories - even this one.
Knowing & Understanding
Metaphysical basics are often taken as cliches or something very self evident - However knowing them does not mean that one would understand them.
As metaphysics form the ground levels and structures of everything, understanding them is essential.
Experience
The entity and the experience taking place within can be deconstructed into basic equation, in which the attributes are always defined through relativity to the the other attributes.

Subject / Object / Context / undefined = Entity & Experience.

Essential is not the definition of a single component, but the entity and the understanding of its relative nature.

Subject = The observer
Object = The target of observation
Context = Where and in which circumstances the subject and the object interact
Undefined = the rest, which have not been taken into consideration or included into S. O. or C.
Moment = Experience
Every moment is different. Every experience and phenomena is unique through relativity and change.
Balance
Can be considered as the general direction of change.

In logical conclusion, the attributes need in be in balanced state.

Balance & Geometry

Explaining about the basic states of balance with vectors and geometry depending of the amount of attributes and their relative positions In balanced state every attribute has to be in equal distance from each other:

1 Point [balanced entity]
2 Line
3 Equilateral triangle
4 Tetrahedron
5 4 Dimensional Pentachoron: Impossibility of balanced solid form/state Movement: Change being the 5th attribute.

[Note: a point of view into 5-related theories: Aether, Akasha, the 5th element, 空[void], Penta[gram] etc.]
Change towards balance.
pi = 1
Questioning

Questioning, not just settling down and accepting things and facts the way they are given. Question is the first step in development and growth.

It is about critical thinking, not taking things for granted, questioning the given information, explanations and rules.

What is defined, becomes self-evident and obvious. However questioning, changing the perspective or refining the definition restores the interest.

Tolerance for uncertainty
Development & growth
Understanding the process
Understanding change
Creative Process
Within the continuous and progressive interaction between questioning and rationalizing, logic and intuition, lies the creative process where both, the process and its results have importance.
What are the questions that should be asked?
Dual Questioning
An answer can always be approached from two directions: what it is + what it is not.
For example, if asking big theme questions such as 'What is impotant/the goal in life?' it might be hard to find an answer. When asking the same question negatively 'What is not important/the goal in life?, it is easier to come up with answers. This way it is possible to move towards the goal [the positive answer] without needing to know it first.