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Hi,

I looked for a links thread to place this but could not find one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ_HsQkBkJA

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pascal b wrote:
Hi,

I looked for a links thread to place this but could not find one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ_HsQkBkJA

pascal

One of the comments at You Tube about that video says this: "i think peolple tend to forget that its all about balance.... being 100% spiritual is just as bad as being 100% egoic...." I will have time this evening to watch the entire video.

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Post Re: absolute subjectivity / a different kind of giving back
Hi Suzanne and all,

I think this is the right thread to write this in.

Something just came to me (with the help of a lecture) and I really feel I should write it out. Giving back to God, and not by going out and donating something ( :) ), is to bring your light (ego - false light) to Him. I guess it looks a bit like a reverse, reverse prometheus :P

*I think this speaks to your 'in of body experience'. I wish the circle in the image had a purple hue to it... "The Way" (in...)

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ps: I was driving one day and saw a sign by a school which read "l'amour develop l'intelligence" - thought this was a fitting edit.

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Hi Pascal,

Perhaps I am wrong but it makes me think of your recent dream. No church here but the top of a mountain.


He was on top of a church tower (steeple) and jovially swinging around the top of it. (kind of 'dancing in the rain-ish).

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Hi Fox, thanks for the great mental picture! Liberation was the first description that came to mind.

Paradoxically, I remember sometime in the past few years having thought "Holy Sht, I cared!" :shock: :) I realized at that moment it was a different kind of caring, I don't know...maybe more purposeful or universal.

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I found your picture fascinating. I didn't know that the translation for the french word "sapin" was "fir" :
I looked at the picture and I saw that my mouse cursor was placed under the little trees as if the icon (hand-shaped) said to me : "you forgot to see that!"

it seems that Prometheus "touches" the fir with his left hand and he has the fire in his right hand.

and ... it makes me think of Suzanne :
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Maybe this picture of Prometheus could symbolize the work of Remo.

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Hi Fox,

that was another great description. Earth on the left and Fire on the right. Reminds me of 'chop wood carry water' somehow.

Here's something that could be of interest. A friend of mine is traveling and has sent some photos. Here is one of the most recent he has sent.


I'm adding this without thinking about it. Something 'said' to :) It's from inside a salt castle.


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" What they found could be our end "

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrF7JNLW ... creen&NR=1

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Re: Prometheus ( :shock: )

The anima is born out of the stolen flame of consciousness:

"Primeval history is the story of the beginning of consciousness by differentiation from the archetypes. It leads to the fire whose origin lies in a crime. A man on this earth carries the flame of consciousness within him. Individual existence is the crime against the gods, disobedience to God, the [original sin]. Out of this projection of spiritual fire is born the anima. The coldness of the psyche is in opposition to the warmth of the fire. The anima comes out of an emotional act, taking place in the darkness, the compensation for the crime against the fire; the anima is the compensating element that must be extracted from matter. It is begotten by a creative act to compensate for the [impregnating act] of the fire."

C.G. Jung, Conversations, Ostrowski-Sachs, p.32

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Post Re: absolute subjectivity / a different kind of giving back
pascal b wrote:
Hi Suzanne and all,

I think this is the right thread to write this in.

Something just came to me (with the help of a lecture) and I really feel I should write it out. Giving back to God, and not by going out and donating something ( :) ), is to bring your light (ego - false light) to Him. I guess it looks a bit like a reverse, reverse prometheus :P

*I think this speaks to your 'in of body experience'. I wish the circle in the image had a purple hue to it... "The Way" (in...)

Image

ps: I was driving one day and saw a sign by a school which read "l'amour develop l'intelligence" - thought this was a fitting edit.

Kind regards,
pascal


** I just found this today (and a bunch of other stuff that I've been writing about and didn't realize) in a paper on Lurianic Kabbalah.


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Post Re: absolute subjectivity / a different kind of giving back
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Hi Suzanne and all,

I think this is the right thread to write this in.

Something just came to me (with the help of a lecture) and I really feel I should write it out. Giving back to God, and not by going out and donating something ( :) ), is to bring your light (ego - false light) to Him. I guess it looks a bit like a reverse, reverse prometheus :P

*I think this speaks to your 'in of body experience'. I wish the circle in the image had a purple hue to it... "The Way" (in...)

Image

ps: I was driving one day and saw a sign by a school which read "l'amour develop l'intelligence" - thought this was a fitting edit.

Kind regards,
pascal


** I just found this today (and a bunch of other stuff that I've been writing about and didn't realize) in a paper on Lurianic Kabbalah.


*** a quote I just read (again - and now it starts to make more sense): “The anima is born out of the stolen flame of consciousness :
"Primeval history is the story of the beginning of consciousness by differentiation from the archetypes. It leads to the fire whose origin lies in a crime. A man on this earth carries the flame of consciousness within him. Individual existence is the crime against the gods, disobedience to God, the [original sin]. Out of this projection of spiritual fire is born the anima. The coldness of the psyche is in opposition to the warmth of the fire. The anima comes out of an emotional act, taking place in the darkness, the compensation for the crime against the fire; the anima is the compensating element that must be extracted from matter. It is begotten by a creative act to compensate for the [impregnating act] of the fire."
C.G. Jung, Conversations, Ostrowski-Sachs, p.32”

A question for myself - How could I be describing any of this if I haven't experienced it to some degree? It's strange how it works here at this forum... I think "maybe I'm too full of wonder" and then I read that a state of wonder is what is sought after. I think "sadly, I still feel fragmented" and then I read eros is fragmented.

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Post Re: absolute subjectivity
2 things from yesterday:

1 - I learned that an interest in myth can happen to a person, and cause strange attributes in life.

2 - The thing that happened at the church was the upheaval of my main mode of conscious operating. It was a war beneath the surface, a moving from conflict to resolution. I let it happen, fate is the unconcious.

The second part I gleaned from an article that I didn’t think I would understand. It was cool when I felt that I could understand it.

Edit: I remember how the Gnostics describe Jupiter. There are some “big” words in the description, I’m trying to be ok with them.

“For a final word on the turning point and revitalization of a spirit of a culture or person, let us look to Tarnas’ description of Zeus as Jupiter:

“the principle of expansion, magnitude, growth, elevation, superiority, the capacity and impulse to enlarge and grow, to ascend and progress, to improve and magnify, to incorporate that which is external, to make greater wholes[my ital.], to inflate; to experience success, honor, advancement, plenitude, abundance, prodigality, excess, surfeit, the capacity of inclination for magnanimity, optimism, enthusiasm, exuberance, joy, joviality, liberality, breadth of experience, philosophical and cultural aspiration, comprehensiveness and largeness of vision, pride, arrogance, aggrandizement, extravagance; fecundity, fortune, and providence; Zeus, the king of the Olympian gods.” (Richard Tarnas, Cosmos and Psyche, Pp. 90-91)“

Edit again: I am aware of inflation. Also, I realize that I can say this out loud and own it. I was fully willing to give up my fire that day. Without a shred of doubt I know this.


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