Receptive force

Receptive force


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As a noun, incorporates the notion of Conserving (or Preserving) or Static? but this is not explicit in name

“Receptive” seems like a word that captures the verb of the second force but not the noun (whereas "Affirmative" & "Reconciling" work for both noun & verb).
As an alternate to the “receptive” force it is more accurate to call this a “conserving” force, or another possible synonym is “preserving” or even ::“Static”::

Origin Of Preserve

::1325–75; Middle English preserven < Medieval Latin praeservāre to guard (Late Latin: to observe), equivalent to Latin prae- pre- + servāre to watch over, keep, preserve, observe::
I have long felt that this name worked well in describing the force as a verb, but not so well as a noun (whereas both affirming and reconciling work relatively well for both). In looking for an alternative I felt that “preserve” with its roots pointing to "to watch over, keep, preserve, observe” captures both its “taking in” nature as well as its “keeping” nature. What do you think?

Expressions

  • /Receptive/
  • The feminine (receptive) energy is about caring for what is (being). This exists in space. A particle
  • Preserved “matter”
  • existence & existential
  • Whitehead’s world-of-fact & “transitory fact”
  • I have previously used the term “bounded-habituality” for the 2nd domain
  • The canvas of our life
  • Function (of Bennett’s Will - Function - Being)
  • Physics: matter
  • Pirsig: static quality
  • quality: openness
  • habituality
  • Memory
  • What is
  • Synonyms: absorb, coalesce, fuse, acquisitive, form
 

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