Ritual is only a mnemonic, this body has a intelligence, but most people have allowed their bodies to become stupid. Ritual reminds the stupid body of what it is capable of, and forces, on occasion, an accidental cooperation of the subtle body with the physical one.Read more "On the Seperation of Opposites so as to Make Fire"
When we point at the thing, we point at not the thing. I might say, to start a philosophical discussion in natural language.Read more "How I Learned to Stop Pointing and Love the Quantum (Part 1)"
For paragons of sobriety, dreaming might offer a mode of exploration to terra incognita, paths otherwise sealed—squares are left dead at the door.Read more "Better Living Through Dreaming (Part 2)"
A common one is Beethoven, Mozart, and Bach as the archetypal forms of genius. Beethoven representing the painful tortured extraction, Mozart the spontaneous creative, and Bach as the ordered total cognitive variety.Read more "The Thought and The Imagined"
I was born a child of western thought. Raised in the Greeks, Hegel was the furthest I strayed from their iterations and footnotes. Through some odd bent of my nature, or perhaps by initiation into Hegel alone, I found myself playing with thought and mind outside the mechanical routine; that game of logically possible where […]Read more "Man in the Mandala"
While moving between these spaces(perhaps being too analytical, trying to organize and categorize the character of these regions), one might begin to hear a tone, the kind of ring heard before an emergency broadcast—an announcement to please standby while reality falls away.Read more "Better Living Through Dreaming (Part 1)"
mediation may be the type of enlightenment we need to alter the base model of man to become a space faring species without biological intervention, but it will dead end in about 50,000 years, and that grand incentive might mislead us from taking deeper alternative seriously for that amount of time.Read more "Die Leere (Part 1)"