a reply to: yulka
I'm not interested in your spiritual resume, my friend. I'm interested your expression of your gnosis (knowledge of transcendence arrived at by
interior intuitive means) here in this thread - your thread. I gave you much insight that is for your benefit related to the topic at hand
you truly possess the meta-conscious perception
you claim to have then you will surely have the eyes to see and ears to hear - or to
connect the dots in my comments... In fact, I have shared more concerning this OP than you have on the matter at hand
fact this is your thread.
Born a child, without prior knowledge about the world i was to face. Given a priori gifts of nature to find, without preconceptions around me.
my ego and your own.
I was taught ideals, not a part of the a priori
I encourage you to NOT allow yourself to be "taught" anything and instead seek to attain knowledge of transcendence through interior intuitive
means - allow gnosis to guide you.
but posteriori just to find a place with seven billion other of my kindred on any of the seven hills. My mind created the reality of
ideals and virtues but it does not exist except in the darkest corners of my mind.
The following ties into this thread...and BINDS like a knot.
Again, forget the spiritual one upmanship nonsense you are trying to partake in
for a moment and allow some insight
that will open doors to the Temple
to "illuminate" those darkest corners of your mind
The number seven (7) holds much layered symbolism. The seven doors of the head
of the church, (which is a Greek term for temple) symbolized the
seven (7) holes, or doors, of the head - temple:
Also, Seven, symbolizes a sense of oneness attained via - Know Thyself. It symbolizes "Divine impregnation" or the interval oftime between
impregnation of your subconscious via your conscious mind's "subjective impressions" and the resultant objective manifestation - turning mercury
This is also called the Sabbath,
or seventh day, but in reality it has nothing to do with days of the week....or seven
My mind shows what my body wants, without breaking a seal of any virtue, there is the divine.
Again (as I shared in my previous post):
Here is a signpost that points to many avenues that can be explored and navigated using the map of introspection
Introspection is the examination of one's own conscious thoughts and feelings. In psychology the process of introspection relies
exclusively on observation of one's mental state, while in a spiritual context it may refer to the examination of one's soul.
...while in a spiritual context it may refer to the examination of one's soul.
will lead you (animus libera)
to the Philosopher's Stone.
In other words:
Know Thyself (Gnosis) will show you what the Philosopher's Stone truly is...
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