I have mentioned repeating patterns often in my discussions here. I ran across this yesterday. It is a good example of what I've been trying to say. It is a bit shallow, but I think it will get the idea across.
The show is called "Mankind Decoded", if the link does not work, it can be found at the history channels H2 site.
People tend to get so wrapped up in their own truth, they forget that "the truth" applies to everyone. To see this truth you have to understand that that it is the same for all of us,
We create our lives from the difference of these 2 potentials, our own truth, and "the truth"
If you insist on your truth over "the truth", welcome to hell.
It is when we all start looking for "the truth" over our own truth that heaven is manifested.
Heaven is what faith in "the…Continue
“The difference between a theosophist and a Theosopher: the former is possibly just a person who is at least willing to consider as epistemologically valid someone else’s intuitive knowledge or wisdom resulting from personal experience of Transcendental (‘Divine’) Nature; the latter is possibly the someone else.”—General Theosophy
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“For a scientist, an intuition is often the beginning of a long exploration; for a Theosopher, often the end of an even longer one.”—General Theosophy
"There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting."...Gautama Buddha
This my seem an odd quote to introduce my thoughts on near death experiences. I have experienced three near death events. The most recent was a little over six months ago. Another one around my fiftieth birthday...eight years have passed since then. The first took place in the mid 70's. I will discuss the first two NDE's in much less detail than my most…Continue
Every thought you produce, anything you say, any action you do, it bears your signature.— Thich Nhat Hanh
everything we say and do is a description of ourselves (our understanding)
“At least you can never lose an argument when you change the knowledge, opinions, or preferences you temporarily are back into the knowledge, opinions, or preferences you merely have.”—General Theosophy
“To learn anything else, a traveler must change a familiar old road into an unfamiliar new one.”—General Theosophy
By living deeply in the present moment we can understand the past better and prepare for a better future.— Thich Nhat Hanh
Three cheers for this one.
We can most definitely find our tomorrow in the choices we make today.
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At any moment, you have a choice, that either leads you closer to your spirit or further away from it.— Thich Nhat Hanh
The sentiment here is wonderful, and admittedly true. None the less I think it's misleading. "At any moment" allows one to believe in other moments. "At any moment" in our current common language is followed by may or could, indicating 2 states. The truth (i believe) is "at every moment" there is only 1 state.
We do make choices…Continue