Re:Re: The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
Apr 12, 1998 06:53 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck
Eternal Present requires one who is aware of Self, and the
passage of Time and Events == stability in the midst of mobility.
We each have it, as an "Observer," or a "Witness." It has been
called "The One Consciousness."
One part of us is also involved in the constant mobility of
impressions, sensations, and feeling/thoughts.
The 3rd Position which observes the many changes and mobilities
between the "pairs of opposites" is what I refer to.
I am quite sure that one can pass in thought back from our
physical to the various planes and spheres of sensation and
thought, or of reflective meditation, perhaps, but, when all
those are surveyed or reviewed in memory, one is driven to the
conclusion that the SURVEYOR is ONE.
As that ONE, it is uninvolved, or else it could not note, or
accurately gauge the changes between the interaction of the other
two extremes and their intermediary variants (speaking
That is as I see it, but my expression of it may be deemed
inaccurate from your point of view ?
As an illustration: TWO is intermediate between ONE and
or: FIVE is intermediate between ONE and TEN
and so on.
THREE is intermediate between ONE and TEN, but it is
balance median. It is a partial condition and requires SEVEN to
complete its wholeness.
Also, THE PERMUTATIONS of the old T O R A [ TARO ]
[ ROTA ] - - - - - are an interesting case in point.
>From: "Kazimir Majorinc" <email@example.com>
>Date: Sunday, April 12, 1998 5:14 AM
.Subject: Re:Re: The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
>Dallas and Bain:
>>>St. A. also tied himself into knots over the question of
>>>"duality", but seems to have forgotten that it takes a third
>>>position for "opposites" to be seen and reconciled -- the 3rd
>>>position, being one of non-involvement. Theosophically, in
>>>'man' - the position of the HIGHER SELF.
>Third part is not necessary here. Analogously one may require
>fourth, able to recognize third, etc.
> Kazimir Majorinc, dipl. ing. math.
> Faculty of Natural Sciences and Math, University of
> L A S T A N S W E R S T O L A S T Q U E S T I O N
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