Yin-Yang is a symbol for the projection of the principle into the plane of existence in the form of apparently opposing but essentially complementary tendencies. Yin-Yang signifies unity within diversity. It is a universal archetype for the infinite aspect of the principle in which all manifestations are prefigured. The Absolute being infinite already contains within … More The Symbolism of Yin-Yang & The Cross
Tradition is a horizontal effect of a vertical cause; it is the immanent embodiment of a transcendent truth; it is the reflection of the principle in the manifestation. Tradition is that which protects the truth and the recipient. Naked truth has to be shielded, for its sight blinds the unprepared recipient. At the same time, … More Language: The Vehicle of Truth
Mass is trapped energy (E=mc2) Man is trapped consciousness (I am Brahman) *The photo shows physicist Werner Heisenberg on the left, the founder of Quantum Mechanics, and philosopher Martin Heidegger on the right, the founder of nothing in particular.
Where We Are Wrong We have come to believe that there actually exists a real work in which we actually exist. We call it the external world; we experience and know this world through our senses. This external world exists independently of our experience of it. Experience is subjective while the world is objective. The … More Hypnotised by The Intricate Play of Consciousness
Science’s worst nightmare is metaphysics. Science came to say that everything metaphysics says is wrong and that science knows better! Let us compare the general outlines of what the two have had to say. Metaphysics claims the supreme reality to be the only reality that exists: Supreme Reality is Absolute and Infinite. Its unity and … More Science vs Religion & Truth
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, … More Human Condition & Existential Dementia
Consciousness gives and hides at once; it exhibits the world, but exhibits the world as transcendent, always beyond our full reach. It makes most of the world hidden from intuition and yet laments over what it gives and brags about what it takes. Consciousness doesn’t just exhibit the world; it exhibits objectivity. It is not … More World As The Ecstasy of Consciousness