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"I who am no thing, am every thing."

Consciousness (with a capital C) does not know everything (which would be dualistic); Consciousness IS everything. The most we can say is that, “Consciousness IS Itself.” 25 more words

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prior to "duality"

Apperceiving is itself Reality, in that there is no “one” to apperceive any “thing”.

The perfect perceiving is Apperceiving: the immediate perceiving of the totality of phenomenal manifestation, (wherein Mind and matter are not-two).

— Ramesh Balsekar (edited)

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This Damned Aeon Game

It has been said, that humanity is not ready for advanced information because we would use it wrongly – an Atlantean racial memory, perhaps? In all the old records about this society – the channelings, the pulling down of info from the akashic records/siddhis, we are met with this one point – that a war between peoples destroyed the earth and collapsed an advanced high civilization. 1,202 more words


"the perceived cannot perceive"

An APPARENT body-mind organism is THUS an ASPECT of Present-Manifesting (not a separate entity).

Therefore, it CANNOT BE an INDEPENDENT experiencer of said Manifesting.

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Really, what the hell IS art? [2]

Since posting that extract from Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, I have been trying to avoid re-reading it. Having a definition of art made ventriloquially by James Joyce makes for a powerful precedent, if not a downright stumbling block to any claim of  further originality of thought! 1,038 more words



A recent tweet by @RobGMacfarlane has brought me a new word to describe the green-gold effect that sunlight has on new leaves in spring time. 40 more words



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