Re: Theos-World re Leonardo's "Synthesis of Science, Religion and Phi losophy"
Nov 23, 2004 08:55 PM
Regina St Clare wrote:
<<My mystical moments" are VERY VISUAL,
and being interested in film and how
those "realities" can be portrayed, as
they are so well in What Dreams May
Come, I think we are closer to having
access to the inner workings of how we
create, via thought forms, whatever we
want to make of IT, meaning the JUICE
that we draw from to manifest anything.
A logical, visual display, can make it
easier to understand so much.
Just as a picture is worth a 1000 words,
a symbol is worth a 1000 metaphors.
It is that language thing again...
realizing that we each have a personal
vocabulary/experience for the same
concepts... thus limited consensual
Okay, but apparently there's a
"mystical" in the sense of that which
cannot be described any which way and
can only be experienced, re samadhi, eg.
<<Leon's work contributes a focus for
Yes, I tend to agree, and I'm guessing
that that "understanding" has taken a
few turns along the way over the years,
per whatever interpretive tendencies
there might be out there.
<<Let us agree to agree that we need to
have common language, so we can get
beyond argueing whose way of seeing is
better, (OK better for you) but we are
challenged with we-ness, the "us", the
radical Oneness, if you will.>>
OK. Haven't we all been working towards
something like that, in some sense, all
along ... Seems like a challenge that's
been going on for a few million years,
but, anyway, why stop now, eh ...
Whatever. I think I prefer whatever
might lead to some sort of transcending
of karma/maya. In the meanwhile ...
^:-/ ... Not that scratching my head has
helped much, but ...
<Seeking to understand is where I think
this chat is taking us...?
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