a reply to: TheJourney
Though semantics and conceptualizations may differ because of our relative-subjectivity, in your op, you have expressed a mutual understanding, to
which, varying mystical, spiritual, and metaphysical traditions allude.
I enjoy conceptualizing my gnosis as,... All is One and One is All. Everything is an emanate manifestation of the One, composed of the One, immanently
containing the One, for the One. Existence is the One experiencing itself in a relative and subjective fashion.
Separation is an illusion, perpetuated by time, space, place, perspective, relativity, and subjectivity. Differentiation and separation arise from
superficial and illusionary Duality. Opposite things are actually varying degrees of the same one thing.
Complete unity and oneness may be contrasted with complete chaos and separation,... which, in its self, is a duality that must be realized and
reconciled into One.
Jiddu Krishnamurti and David Bohm had a lovely discussion, in which they described it as arising from the ground [metaphoric not literal ground] of
its self, coming full circle, and back to the ground.
We, as a collective humankind, have been mentally and emotionally conditioned for some time. It is a dangerous thing to tell conditioned minds to
follow their Will. For to do so only perpetuates and strengthens the Will of those who influence.
Therefore, we must first transcend our conditioning. This is an inner and personal journey for each individual. We may learn from others, but we must
humbly seek that which can only be experienced by the kgnowing of gnosis. It is from here that true Love blossoms, as we experience and kgnow the
Self/God/Divine in all around us. And it is from this true Love that the greatest expression of Will shall manifest.
To be honest, these words and concepts expressed are only words. That which is true, flees from the bounds and limitations of description and
As deeply and meaningful as possible; BE NOW
edit on 11/12/14 by Sahabi because: (no reason given)