Less extreme slides between poles

[Excerpt from TT: 2010-05-15]

[Question] I’ve just started recognizing the differences in intensity and extremes between different soul ages and different internal monadal experiences as an effect on how Chief Features display. Is this true for all of the various overleaves — i.e., even frequencies and energies? As a general rule, is the slide between negative and positive poles less dramatic with age and experience?

[MEntity] Your observation is valid. What you describe is the spectrum of perspectives, experiences, and comprehensions that range between the poles. As the soul grows older, it moves from a more reactionary bounce between the poles, into a response-oriented pendulum swing between the poles, and then into what might be best visualized as an arc between the poles. This arcing is what could be said to be the “Third Perspective.” The older soul still has access to the range between the poles, but from a third perspective, or a perspective that is more “outside” of the self, from a higher elevation, an arc. This allows for a non-attachment to the experiences, comprehensions, and perspectives, while still participating in them.

The evolution through the use of the spectrum between the poles of overleaves then could be described as a progression from attachment to detachment to non-attachment, or reactionary to responsive to True Choice, or from bouncing to swinging to arcing.