posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 12:05 AM
Originally posted by iesus_freak
this is a philosophy of mine i wanted to see if you could help me expand and improve it:
3 major phases in life
#1 pre-life-the inner mans life before it is born. this is where we learn the basic concepts of good evil and our pre knowledge that there is a
#2 occupied life/this life-this is the stage where our innerman is inside the body to live in the phisical sphere
#3 afterlife- life of innerman after death
I'm sorry but your philosophy at that point has some difficulties that I can tell:
It doesn't explain how a individual (Such as myself) who doesn't believe in a deity is capable of knowledge of good and evil. It presupposes that
any and all morals automatically stem from a knowledge of a deity and no other source.
5 spheres of the world
#1 solaric sphere-where solar units live
Please elaborate. What exactly do you mean by solar units? Are we talking physically present? spiritually? A combination? Can they be seen?
measured? In what category would a new person to your philosophy categorize them?
#2 spiritual sphere- where spirits live
#3 spiritual sphere- where spirits live
#4 batonical sphere- where plants live
#5 zooolagical sphere- where animals live
Once again Elaborate please?
3 sections of the physical man
#1 body- the way the innerman as a whole communicates to the phisical sphere
Judging from this you are differentiating the physical from the mental. How do you explain chemical and physical processes (Neurons firing, chemical
interacting) in relation to thought itself?
#2 mind- the way the spirit communicates thoughts to the physical sphere
#3 chemicals and other things- the way the soul communicaes to the physical sphere
-the physical man is the only way for the spiritual sphere to communicate with the physical sphere (this is from a spiritual standpoint...to the
physical the phisical man is so much more than that)
Please be more specific.
3 sections of the spiritual man
#1 the inner man- the spirit body or spirit covering the spirit and soul are contained in in the spiritual sphere
#2 soul- this is where emotions of man come from
#3 spirit- where the thoughts of a man come s from
-the physical man is created by science, the spiritual man is created by God
Unfortunately it seems to me that you are indicating that all thought has a religious basis and that no other thought is possible.
-the spiritual man is created the same for each man... its the experiances that shapes the innerman
there are too many to listif you want to know more about them u2u ma or something. there is a highlight minor phase i would like to discuss though it
is called passing over. this phase happens in this life and possibly the afterlife. in this phase all knoweledge of the prelife and/or
afterlife is stored into the unconcious mind. this is why people have de ja vu past life experiences etc. all is forgotten excep for morals and the
sense of God and other things.it is believed the ancients did not have this which was the reason they had much knoweledge of the spiritual. it has
evolved and gotten stronger throughout generations and soon man will have no sense of morals beacause they have forgotten them too.
these are the main points of my philosophy. but remember a couple things about the phases: they are spiritual not physical...the physical generally
progresses the same for each man but the spiritual is different for each person. One last aspect: the Body and Spirit are intertwined so the
conditions of the spirit are reflected by the body. through this knoweldge we know that if we wanted to change our thoughts or emotions we need to
change how the physical express them. (ie if you want to stop lust then stop the outward forms such as masturbating sexual immoraality etc) thats why
things like grapho therapy work... handwriting is an outward form of your inward condition.
I am of the opinion however that you are disregarding the inner workings (in your example of lust) of the body in the form of instincts. In a healthy
body (In my estimation) the working of lust seem to be realtively hardwired into ourselves. It seems to me to be a function of Instinct that causes
us to lust the way that we do at times. I'm sorry but stopping instinct can be rather problematic. We can control what we do with them. Stop them
entirely? I'm sorry but I must diagree with you.
ty for reading please comment