A few thoughts about Form 1:
IIt is set up in three different ‘styles’ to illustrate alternative entry points.
The first section can be read either left to right or up/down (as with Chinese characters, though these also were read right to left!) There comes a point if you read them the ‘traditional’ way that it stops making sense! Then you read them as two ‘blocks’ top to bottom and it makes more sense… and you understand the concept (perhaps)
The second section ‘explains’ ,through another pattern, the paradox of ‘pronoun and particle’ as word and ‘being’ . Yin/yang (pronoun and particle) and suggest that paradox is the ‘core’ or vital essence of this - and all that follows.
Finally a prose section - the ‘simple’ way of talking about transformation. The way you’d expect a prose work to start - where the sections before act as kind of epigrams.
All three sections are designed to confound expectation, to give an idea of what is to follow and mostly, to encourage the reader to engage fully and personally, while appreciating that they not understanding is part of the journey - when we don't understand, we create (even if it's just to fill in the gaps) and thus write our own version of the story.
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