*37 Implicate order. The physicist David Böhm created a model of the universe in which we are able to perceive only a tiny fraction of reality. He calls this the "explicate order" (unfolded). All perceptions have their source in a much larger and diverse matrix that he called the "implicate order" (enfolded). Tibetan Buddhism considers everything to be composed of five aspects: name, form, existence, consciousness and bliss (aakyhaa, rupa, sat, chit, ananda). Name and form (aakhyaa, rupa) belong to the "explicate order," while existence, consciousness, bliss (sat, chit, ananda) belong as immeasurable and undetectable senses to the "implicate order" and are the essence of name and form, i.e. everything created. If you annul the name and form in our own consciousness, you will know the essence of everything created, you will know existence, consciousness, bliss. See the Self archetype.