Dynamical Regularities

Regular Inner flows

We saw that all the phenomena in a watersoundimage work together as a tree-unity. 

That is why many of the dynamical processes, we describe in this section, are also mentioned in the other sections.

First there is the fact that not only the surface of the water is in a constant moving and changing, but also inside the water mass there is no rest, but an ever ongoing streaming of water (and particles to make this visible). 

Those inner movements are not chaotic, which we can derive from the fact that the regularities in the watersurface are, at least partly, caused or influenced by those fluids under the surface. 

Observation of this regularity is difficult because it is three-dimensional, so from the point of view of the observer there are different movements over and under each other, in different directions and changes of directions, upward and downward movements crossing each other. All this looks very complex, nevertheless on photo and film we see a completely regular structure and process. 



Regular change of patterns

The patterns that replace previous forms are not random, but in a logical relationship to them (as a metamorphosed form, or polar, ...). Sometimes via a faze in between ...

Remember that all we can see is the result of a dance between circular crests and troughs, like in a folkdance.


Regular pulsation 

Appearing and disappearing structures pulsate, like a heartbeat and breathing, like a sinusoidal movement, speeding up and slowing down.

Water transforms the mechanical beat of the speaker into a living ritm.

Regular alternation 

In a standing concentric wave a crust changes in a trough, and again in a crust, and a trough, and so on. This happens not only in time, after each other, both also in space, of course: beside a crust is a trough, then again a crust, a trough, and so on, from the centre to the circle perimeter.

This alternation of polar structures and processes can be observed in space and time, when we give attention not only to regular polygons, but also when we look at straight radials and lines opposite to polar curved lines or forms.

This polarity between straight and curved is subject of another section of this website, about “circular properties”. 

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