According to Bohm, a process of enfoldment is a way of describing how the implicate order, a deeper and more fundamental order of reality, manifests itself in the explicate order, the observable and measurable order of phenomena. In this process, the implicate order is constantly and dynamically enfolding and unfolding into itself, creating the appearance of a multidimensional and interconnected reality. Bohm calls this process the holomovement, which implies that reality is not static but fluid and ever-changing.

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