“… There is a kind of experience so different from anything the ego can offer that you will never want to cover or hide it again. It is necessary to repeat that your belief in darkness and hiding is why the light cannot enter…”

Chapter 4 – A Course In Miracles – The Illusions of the Ego – § 4 Love without conflict – excerpt

Human Condition & Existential Dementia

NOEMAYA

The three questions “Who am I? Where did I come from? Where am I going?” constitute what I call the Existential Trinity. These three questions summarize all of the human questions that seek to find the meaning of life and existence. It was as attempts to answer these questions that the three traditions of religion, philosophy, and science arose.

These three questions can in a way characterize human existential condition: Human being is that being who is always concerned with these questions and never has an answer to them. No answer has been satisfactory; these questions keep being asked and attempts to answer them keep coming forth.

But if we try to summarize the situation of a person with dementia, and particularly memory loss, we can characterize him as someone who cannot answer the same three questions properly and satisfactorily! This makes the human condition all the more curious…

View original post 462 more words

The Light in The Meeting Tent – Stan Tenen

The Light in The Meeting Tent – Stan Tenen

Meru Foundation Research and Findings

“… The Light in the Meeting Tent contains our original demonstration of how symmetry and asymmetry, tetrahedron and vortex, light and vessel, produce the letters of a particular Hebrew and a particular Arabic alphabet. It is also the first demonstration that the same type font can be used to generate Hebrew and Arabic letters…”

“… We live in a world of seeming duality…”

Lao Tzu Part 2 of 2 – Tao Te Ching – How To Live Life – Arrive at Non-Action – You Are Not The Doer

Dr Pillai

(English Subtitles)

“… Lao Tzu is not different from Krishna or the Buddha or The Quantum Physicist, they all say the same things…”