the former seems to expand in the direction of the discrete, limited,
rational-linguistic construct manifest through the one consciousness
becoming aware of itself in various modes.
the latter seems to reflect on the continuous, unlimited,
phenomenal-experiential basis and origin of the various modes of the
yet, they both seem to originate from the same concept of sound
god cries aum
from the abyss, and aum
splits into logos
as it expands through the cosmos, then back again into aum
and to the ears of god, who thus hears his own expression (becomes truly aware of his own being).