The Human experienceJune 14 2008 at 10:51 AM
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Replication of ides. Good post. Trans-Himalayan Philosophy's teaching an to the evolution of Cosmos which they say is unending mind...the Hindu "Cosmic Dance Of Shiva"... the Buddhist Astro-Chemistry, the duuality of new and old thought interacting to create a third (a trinity of aspects symbolised in the New Testament by God-Mary-Jesus) which is neither the old nor the new but a growing catalyst bringing about at-one-ment of the three resulting in the One; a temporary One which inevitably becomes acted upon by a new thought and the process is repeated endlessly unto infinity. ...science's "Intrinsically Dynamic Universe".
I agree that we humans are prone to identify with an idea. The Trans-Himalayan approach is to become aware of the idea (an electric frequency) come into resoanace with it, followed by becoming at one with it. The process of becoming...arriving at at-one-ment is the human experience about which Jackie (she will correct me if I'm wrong) speaks. Arriving at knowing purpose is like shooting at targets. We're hitting all around it but just can't (as yet) seem to hit the bulls eye. This process of human mind coming into resonance followed by at-one-ment is, according to T.H. Philosophy, allegorically and symbolically depicted in the not at all new, New Testament.