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Gestalt Universal Consciousness Philosophy?

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posted on Apr, 11 2018 @ 03:13 PM
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a reply to: Astrocyte

Where does wisdom come into your psychology? What do you consider wisdom to be?

I get the sense that you think we are all products of our environment and circumstances, that we are in a cycle where we experience one thing and project another? While that is true on the mundane level, it’s spirituality that gives us the tools to rise above our material selves, to experience and thus react to the world on another level.

Spirituality isn’t about purely dealing with the other, and not being of the world. It’s about embracing the world and everything in it just as much. It’s a case of ‘seeing things in a different light’ as it were.




posted on Apr, 13 2018 @ 01:37 PM
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Any other philosophers... well there is Freud; he had the Gestalt and did self experimentation, as all good philosophers do. Of course going into drugs as patent medicine he self experimented with that too. The same thing was going on in the 50's-60's burping out the children of those two war eras in seeing how to calm the earth and the life on it. Mass panic breeds a total memory of past extinction events. Planting false flags or real ones serve the same purpose; like the phrase "There is no such thing as bad press" as it is free advertising for those keen on, oh what the hell is that called... center stage, lime light conceit, or whatever among the herd or crowd... however life being always present no matter where one is? That is always occuring so being alone or bored is a paradox.

The digression take Freud and then mix in some Schopenhauer; or German Buddhism the French have the Bon Bon which means good good or a sweet treat or candy; or simply as a reply. Schopenhauer applied the humanist sociological perspective against what Freud was doing with the Eastern philosophical system, he was rejected a lot by women so he held a grudge in his philosophical reasoning as he was going by logic and failed to see his own emotions or bias in sexism. So seeing the monastic orders as separate they were much like the male and female bodies existing outside of both monastic orders; as feudalism was ending so was the iron fists of monarchy. Which was descended from patriarchal much like parochial schools... scullery maids if arising rank in the kitchen didn't mind their position WHACK the same as the so called blood of the family would be tainted.

Following both families lines a child gets well rounded; learning all of the male and female roles to be 100% self sufficient in either role. I grew up like this whenever both parents were like atlases and shrugged their duties. Of course some see that sort of thing as over loaded abuse these days especially when it goes through body speech and mind as a families slave to any chore or duty the other does not want to do.

Old kingdoms that's how they were ruled, and as families spread out? Those still holding those lineages did the same; of course no god or beast of burden could be said to be the maker of all of this seen and unseen known and unknown as bonds are like gravity from the smallest atomic ones to the largest ones like the Sol and Luna with the Earth as firmament to take in mind and heart as the body lumbers along through both.

Gestalt had a mirror; if the queen stared at her reflection wondering who was fairest; her dark or black knight in a black mirror could reflect on who was naughty and who was nice... and yet so could they both doing one simple thing; truth. I suppose this is why they say justice is blind, because each case begins with ignorance.




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