The Soul is Eternal

Experience of time arises only where there is consciousness of eternity. Our awareness of the impermanence of worldly existence presupposes an inborn understanding of what impermanence means: that which is not permanent. We must know permanence in order to judge something as impermanent. Therefore, we cannot recognize impermanence in the world without at once being … More The Soul is Eternal

We Are Home

We came upon a face concealed in the field, One which sees in all directions but is itself unseen. Our ride was an unborn longing, our journey long and burning, our company a scant scent from the farthest land, and a thousand faces of the Self in the shattered mirror of the heart. Now we … More We Are Home

Spiritual Experience

Human experience: Experience in which the subject is the spirit and the object is nature. Spiritual experience: Experience in which the subject and the object are both the Spirit. Nature is manifest Spirit. Spirit is unmanifest nature. Therefore, human experience is by nature a spiritual experience; it is the Spirit looking at its own image … More Spiritual Experience

Egology IV

This article is the fourth and the last post of the 4 part series Egology. In Egology I and Egology II we expressed in detail the nature of ego as such and introduced the two types of ego operative, in a hierarchical order, in the constitution of the world and experience: The┬áTranscendental Ego who constitutes/creates … More Egology IV

Transcendental Consciousness & Supreme Identity

We mean by transcendental consciousness a fundamental mode of consciousness as opposed to mundane or natural consciousness. Natural consciousness is our everyday consciousness; it is the consciousness by which we perceive ourselves as human beings in a world, a world that has religion, science, philosophy, art, etc. as phenomena inside it. In other words, natural … More Transcendental Consciousness & Supreme Identity

Egology I

To better understand the ego we must understand the various levels of ego, or various egos at play. Here we do not refer to the ego as it is commonly referred to, as a purely negative and selfish aspect of the I. From a phenomenological standpoint we can distinguish between two kinds of egos that … More Egology I