According to Chassidic Ontology, the key to Being is language and whatever we can think of and articulate in words potentially becomes. Furthermore, the very key to existence is the alphabet. 69 more words
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As you’d expect, I was rather surprised when I received an email last November from Parisian producer Nicolas Chaix, better known as I:Cube. He’s never really been one to court media coverage, and the email was not a plea for coverage, but rather a friendly message to say how much he’d enjoyed reading some of my articles for Resident Advisor and Red Bull Music Academy Daily. 500 more words
“Finally, it is not a question whether one believes in God or not, but whether one believes in our planet. If we do not have any belief in our planet anymore, we destroy ourselves – and no monetary profit, no highest living-standard can save us from going under then, because the planet does not forget, it pays back.” 7 more words
The ten soul-powers are the vital energies in Judaism which have a lot in common with Buddhism, Daoism and African beliefs. Indeed, there is a certain universality in religion which can be reflected very clearly in Judaism through the sefirot as every action is not independent, but in a relation to everything that happens inside and around. 7 more words
In this article, we go further to the root of the soul powers and show that they do not act only in their spheres, but that they are rather interactive. 21 more words
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In this paper, I analyze the first six immanent soul-powers, three of them are of intellectual nature and three of them are of emotional nature. To avoid drifitng into esoterical approaches in which nothing can be proved, I use analogies from Daoism to show their universal validity. 43 more words