One more quote from this book. This one is directly related to my major point, that will be unfolding in coming posts.
The central characteristic of evil is not what the old books used to call sin. There is no righteous person in the land who does not sin. The character trait that creates evil is the refusal to tell the…
Just started reading a new book — Self in Integral Evolutionary Mysticism: Two Models and Why They Matter by Marc Gafni, Heather Fester.
I like the perspective presented there.
The fourth movement against Self and Story is the academic dogma of postmodernism, which demands the deconstruction of all…
The only thing I can be somewhat sure about is my own experience. What I feel, what I see, what I think.
I am making an assumption that the same is valid for you.
Therefore, the only thing I can be somewhat sure about is difference in perspectives.
Really fun part. You see confusion and struggle in political talk-shows. But this is not obvious to a huge part of humanity.
There’s no need for us as planetary species to make everyone see this or that. But there’s a need for each part to communicate it’s experience and be understood. Are we inventing new rules of grammar…
Cycles are all around us. Cycles are everywhere in our direct experience. Day and night, waking and dreaming, summer and winter. We see they are a bit different each time. But we rarely see radical transformations. We don’t see spirals naturally.
Any person can relate to a cycle. Only those aware of the spirals (development in any sense) can relate to spirals.