Following on my last contribution it would be instructive to demonstrate futher important points regarding the "true" nature of physical reality (through corresponding reference with the complementary psychological connection).
In physical terms we have (partial) physical objects that dynamically exist through interaction with a (holistic) dimensional framework of space and time. In corresponding psychological terms we have (specific) perceptions that dynamically interact with (universal) conceptual classes. So for example a specific electron perception necessarily interacts with the universal conceptual class of electron. In other words an electron as quantitatively perceived thereby must relate to the qualitative concept of "electron". The psychological dimensional framework of each electron in space and time is provided through its conceptual appreciation. However as we can have many different types of object perceptions, likewise we can have many corresponding dimensional concepts.
For example the concept of a proton or neutron is qualitatively distinct from that of an electron. The clear implication therefore is that in a very important sense every distinct object phenomenon relates to a unique dimensional form of space and time.
So with respect to physical reality, rather than one space and time reality (to which all objects collectively exist) we have in truth an unending series of uniquely distinctive dimensional realities in continual interaction with each other. The reason why we do not recognise this important fact is again directly due to the limited nature of the scientific paradigm we employ. The rational paradigm is solely geared to quantitative type appreciation.
Therefore it can only deal with the qualitative dimensional aspect through a process of reductionism where all distinct objects are assumed to belong to the same standard collective framework of space and time.
However once we explicitly allow for qualitative type consideration through indirect incorporation of circular (intuitive) type appreciation, then all objects have both quantitative and qualitative aspects.
In complementary fashion all dimensions have both quantitative and qualitative aspects. So correctly understood in qualitative terms corresponding to each unique object class is a unique dimensional configuration of space and time which continually interacts in quantitative fashion with one collective quantitative interpretation. As we have seen, correctly understood gravity has both physical and psychological aspects that are complementary.
In physical terms, gravity is increased through the erosion of the "empty" physical dimensions that inhabit the very structure of matter. In complementary psychological terms, gravity is increased through erosion of the material physical phenomena relating to dimensions. So for example a deepening conceptual understanding requires the consequent erosion of attachment to specific phenomena of a perceptual nature. Not surprisingly a person who is deeply rooted in holistic concepts is likely to develop a more "grave" or serious personality (as the surface light associated with superficial phenomena is eroded).
As I have commented on before, in physical terms the degree of gravity is associated with the corresponding extent of physical mass entailed. In complementary psychological terms the degree of gravity is associated with the corresponding loss of matter entailed. So for example with the death of a loved one a profound loss - of what in literal terms greatly matters - is involved leading to the customary experience of grief (directly representing psychologically gravity).
And such grief can lead to a curving of psychological space and time. Due to the unconscious development that such an experience entails, a marked transformation in one's customary (conscious) perceptions and concepts can take place thereby altering experience of space-time phenomena. Finally it is quite clear from the psychological perspective that matter and energy on the one hand and dimensions and gravity on the other bear a direct complementary relationship to each other.
Thus deepening psychological gravity at an unseen unconscious level is later the very source of expansive spiritual light (in visible conscious terms). So in complentary physical fashion this also necessarily applies. Therefore deepening gravity (as for example in black holes) is later the very source of the expansive physical light than extends the phenomenal universe.
In fact in holistic mathematical terms, we have the beautiful relationship that gravity and (electromagnetic) energy are real and imaginary with respect to each other. So "real" gravity is "imaginary" energy; likewise "real" energy is "imaginary" gravity. And this relationship applies equally in both physical and psychological terms. Indeed its very recognition requires that both physical and psychological aspects of reality be viewed in a complementary manner.