The experience of the moment is the same in all of us; it is our own psychological colorings that make it appear as something personal, attached to a definite past and a possible future. When we disentangle the moment from the ideas of past and future, when we see it afresh, as if we had … More The Fountain of Now
Seeing is not what it seems to be. The blind man comes into contact with objects one at a time; when he gains sight he sees them all at once. Then he knows that what he touched was more than the touched. He can also see his touching. Before, he could only know himself part … More Seeing is not what it seems to be
I am not of this world. If I were how could I know the world as world? How could I know worldliness if I were not that upon which worldliness is superimposed? Beliefs bind us, and that keeps us sane. Human finitude can’t handle the divine infinitude. Man must die and rise as Atman in … More Samsara is Nirvana
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Existence As The Grand Illusion The similarities between Quantum Physics and Plato’s theory of Forms is so astonishing that one may even view quantum theory as a mathematical formulation of Plato’s theory of Forms. Plato’s fundamental forms are regular solids of Euclidean Geometry. The fundamental forms of quantum physics are elementary…
Everyone is afraid of the waterfall except water itself. What is there to be afraid of when it is into water that water falls. If we fear it is because we are that very fear itself. Fear is made of us. How can something that is not made of consciousness become an object of consciousness!? … More We Are That
The mind has but one task, to project outwardly what rises within it. Mind throws the bone for us to bring it back. When we bring it back the mind will throw it again, and again, as this is its nature. So far as we look at the mind as our master we will be … More The Mind Boner
In this video Frithjof Schuon speaks about his celebrated work The Transcendent Unity of Religions.
Frithjof Schuon was a Sufi master and metaphysician and the chief exponent of the perennialist school of comparative religion. His approach toward truth is through the path of knowledge, similar to Jnana Yoga in Hinduism. In this short video he explains the relationship between religion and its esoteric dimension.
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Photo Credit: National Geographic “When you teach a child that a bird is named bird, the child will never see the bird again” – Krishnamurti Free Your Mind.