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Archive for October, 2007

Opinion

A friend does not give his own opinion and experience, and impose it on you. A friend helps you find your own solution. – A.H. Almaas  

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Phoenix

phoenix also phenix (fe?niks) noun 1. Mythology. A bird in  <<…OLE_Obj…>> Egyptian <egypt.html> mythology that lived in the desert for 500 years and then consumed itself by fire, later to rise renewed from its ashes. 2. A person or thing of unsurpassed excellence or beauty; a paragon. We should think of utopia as a world […]

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The Green Man

  There are legends of him (Khidr) in which, like Osiris, he is dismembered and reborn; and prophecies connecting him, like the Green Man, with the end of time. His name means the Green One or Verdant One, he is the voice of inspiration to the aspirant and committed artist. He can come as a […]

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Objective Perception

Objective perception means perceiving reality, all that confronts our awareness, as it is. – A.H. Almaas

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Heresy

Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake in Rome on Easter Sunday, in the year 1600, because he insisted on the infinity of the universe. He believed the stars were not on one sphere but outside the sphere of Jupiter, and that they filled all of space. The reason the church objected to this was […]

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Lunar Moon

The Arabic alphabet is based on the phases of the moon 28 letters are formed based on the 28 lunar shapes. The moon made it possible for man to evolve and so exist. The moon made it possible for him to develop mathematics and science. The moon made it possible for him to transcend Earth […]

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Complaining

God! You should hear Me complain!   About this lack of sleep You’d never know I’ve just awakened From a fifty-year snooze   Every time I try to relax A new tale from beyond Enters my head Going on and on Like a broken record Until I let it out   Or, some soft kiss […]

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Precious

If you travel further Than the tip of your nose You have gone too far To kiss what is Truly Precious

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Meaning

  Meaning is not something we can get to with our minds; it is not an answer found in the mind. – A.H. Almaas

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Sacred Geometry

Ancient geometry rests on no a priori axioms or assumptions. Unlike Euclidean and the more recent geometries, the starting point of ancient geometric thought is not a network of intellectual definitions or abstractions, but instead a meditation upon a metaphysical Unity, followed by an attempt to symbolize visually and to contemplate the pure, formal order […]

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