To see the composition of the sun or the lines of Mars is doubtless a great achievement; but when thou hast the instrument that can show thee a man's soul as thou seest a picture, then thou wilt smile at the wonders of physical Science as the playthings of babies.
-- Sri Aurobindo
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I get insulted all the time from writing forums who cannot understand what I wrote. Is English a perfect language? I know what I meant without clarifying it or asking for interpretation. Will some one please critique all my post and show me what I…Continue
I am beginning to see why the ancients wrote in code. So their enemies would not learn their truths. But it is written, they that do not believe have closed there mind and heart to the truth, (my interpretation), I believe this. I once was like…Continue
CLOUD ATLAS IS THEOSOPHYThe epic movie Cloud Atlas tells the story of the creation and perpetuation of a "religion" based on a biographical novel written by a man whose brother committed him to a nursing facility because he was a nuisance. The…Continue
I'm teetering between selfish love and transcendental love.
I fear the direction I'm headed. I fear that all that I've ever known is about to be stripped away from me forever. What is the point of learning what we are…Continue
My senses tell me (I) exist in a body. I have been touched by (the other side). I see me in a mirror. Yet consciousness and awareness are also (I feel) esoteric or metaphysical. I understand the physical part, it's the esoteric part that…Continue