Flowing Between Dimensions

“The Flow is the movement between what physicist David Bohm called the implicate (enfolded/nonphysical) order and the explicate (unfolded/physical) order. Bohm proposed that matter and consciousness are both holographic, in that they both enfold the structure of the whole within each part, and both are involved in a continuous process of enfoldment and unfoldment. ……

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Plato’s Atlantis

“From a careful consideration of Plato’s description of Atlantis it is evident that the story should not be regarded as wholly historical but rather as both allegorical and historical. Origen, Porphyry, Proclus, Iamblichus, and Syrianus realized that the story concealed a profound philosophical mystery, but they disagreed as to the actual interpretation. Plato’s Atlantic symbolizes…

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Ferry to Heaven

“The ferryman comes to the place of waiting, he of the winding river which is the tortuous channel of purification. The Newcomer stands at the mooring place and proclaims, ‘O ferryman, away to the region of the Blessed Ones. I am purified, purged of polluting evils; make haste, do not delay. I am a wanderer…

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Good, Evil and Neutral

“To deny Evil a place among realities is necessarily to do away with the Good as well, and even to deny the existence of anything desirable; it is to deny desire, avoidance and all intellectual act; for desire has Good for its object, aversion looks to evil; all intellectual act, all Wisdom, deals with Good…

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