posted on May, 18 2011 @ 05:03 PM
reply to post by jc2012
well there is a lotttt too it, anyone who is dabbling in subjects from meditation to reiki to new age to any form of philiosophy should relate to that
ability to absorb the mind inward rather than outward, I believe we are in the midst of an actual change in perception. For example, prior to the
renaissance, I dont believe the average person understood what it meant to see things in 3 dimensions, maybe even lacked an 'awareness' of depth (even
though they were moving through space and acting as any person might act). Now humanity is enetering fully the age of energy, of awareness of our
astral existence not just our physical existence. These changes that we all talk about, from different perspectives, are all leading to this change,
the talk itself is part of the change, not just a reflection of it. The problem is, most of the talk on ATS or in the papers, amongst academics, are
too subjective to lead to any holistic understanding of whats really going on.
The objective way to see these changes I believe is through subjects of art, math, music, and language (fictional writing/poetry/philisophical texts).
Most of those subjects are not engaged with en masse, which is why there is tension, for the things that inspire those subjects, as opposed to the
piles of comments that make up most of the media, are of a higher order.-:edit: (I guess I mean they are influenced from INSIDE rather than outside,
intuition vs reason). I wouldnt say any is fully free from subjectivity though, just incase I am called on that, I guess I mean,those subjects tend to
be less egoic, less influenced by fear or division, which means they are closer to the 'truth' than our outward observations. I am babbling now
edit on 18-5-2011 by el1jah because: (no reason given)