Infinity Mode and Divine Union

“In the mystics of the West, the highest forms of Divine Union impel the self to some sort of active, rather than of passive life. … ‘The Christian mystics,’ says Delacroix, ‘move from the infinite to the Definite; they aspire to infinitize life and to define infinity; they go from the conscious to the subconscious,…

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Temple Man Statues and Their Symbolism

“Long before the introduction of idolatry into religion, the early priests caused the statue of a man to be placed in the sanctuary of the temple. This human figure symbolized the Divine Power in all its intricate manifestations. … The statue may have opened, thus showing the relative positions of the organs, bones, muscles, nerves,…

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Spiritual Dreams, Physical Dreams, and Understanding Them

“Now when the gate of the senses is closed during sleep, these other impressions began to emerge confusedly, and the dreamer becomes aware of experiences in another world. But … these experiences consist at first merely of pictures engraved in the spiritual world by our mental activity attached to the physical senses. Only developed Lotus…

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Dragons, Snakes, Serpents, and Energy Flow

“Whatever religion—Judaeo-Christian or otherwise—we might subscribe to, there are certain images that have a particular resonance with what, thanks to C.G. Jung, is now known as the Collective Unconscious. “The snake or serpent is such a potent image in creation myths that it is found in almost every religious and belief system. …In Celtic myth,…

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