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9 years ago  ::  Jan 31, 2008 - 6:05PM #1
soma77
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This mystical child is the co-coordinating point in the mind because it is between the higher and the lower layers of the mind. In this layer the instinctive demands are given recognition, but the center of gravity of the total personality shifts its position. The position ceases to be in the ego that dominates the lower layers, but instead becomes located in a hypothetical place between the conscious and the unconscious mind. If this reorganization is effective, a personality develops that suffers only in the lower layers, but not in the upper layers of the mind where one is detached from pain and pleasure.

The elevated beings who have reached the higher layers of the mind are not members of any particular faith alone, but are spiritual aspirants from all faiths and denominations. The thing that distinguishes them from other people is their understanding of the nature of their souls and their knowledge. They obtain compassion for others and develop communion with everything in the all-pervading consciousness that surrounds us.

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9 years ago  ::  Jan 31, 2008 - 8:41PM #2
stardustpilgrim
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"The higher blends with the lower to actualize the middle".
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Roses always come with thorns. Sometimes, thorns first, sometimes roses first, and, sometimes, thorns outside, roses inside, sometimes roses outside, thorns inside.

Someone who dreams of drinking wine at a cheerful banquet may wake up crying the next morning. Someone who dreams of crying may go off the next morning to enjoy the sport of the hunt. When we are in the midst of a dream, we do not know it's a dream. Sometimes we may even try to interpret our dreams while we are dreaming, but then we awake and realize it was a dream. Only after one is greatly awakened does one realize that it was all a great dream, while the fool thinks that he is awake and presumptuously aware. Chuang Tzu
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9 years ago  ::  Jan 31, 2008 - 8:41PM #3
stardustpilgrim
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"The higher blends with the lower to actualize the middle".
sdp
Roses always come with thorns. Sometimes, thorns first, sometimes roses first, and, sometimes, thorns outside, roses inside, sometimes roses outside, thorns inside.

Someone who dreams of drinking wine at a cheerful banquet may wake up crying the next morning. Someone who dreams of crying may go off the next morning to enjoy the sport of the hunt. When we are in the midst of a dream, we do not know it's a dream. Sometimes we may even try to interpret our dreams while we are dreaming, but then we awake and realize it was a dream. Only after one is greatly awakened does one realize that it was all a great dream, while the fool thinks that he is awake and presumptuously aware. Chuang Tzu
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9 years ago  ::  Feb 01, 2008 - 5:09AM #4
BBarton
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How many layers?
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9 years ago  ::  Feb 01, 2008 - 7:43AM #5
stardustpilgrim
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World 1 (the unity of God), world 3 (all galaxies), world 6 (the Milky Way), world 12 (the sun), world 24 (all planets), world 48 (earth), world 96 (moon). That would be ahhh....7, built upon a series of triads (outer corresponding to inner) .  ........but of course, all that is (macrocosm and microcosm), is a multitude of triads......
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Roses always come with thorns. Sometimes, thorns first, sometimes roses first, and, sometimes, thorns outside, roses inside, sometimes roses outside, thorns inside.

Someone who dreams of drinking wine at a cheerful banquet may wake up crying the next morning. Someone who dreams of crying may go off the next morning to enjoy the sport of the hunt. When we are in the midst of a dream, we do not know it's a dream. Sometimes we may even try to interpret our dreams while we are dreaming, but then we awake and realize it was a dream. Only after one is greatly awakened does one realize that it was all a great dream, while the fool thinks that he is awake and presumptuously aware. Chuang Tzu
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9 years ago  ::  Feb 01, 2008 - 8:06AM #6
BBarton
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[QUOTE=stardustpilgrim;256472]World 1 (the unity of God), world 3 (all galaxies), world 6 (the Milky Way), world 12 (the sun), world 24 (all planets), world 48 (earth), world 96 (moon). That would be ahhh....7, built upon a series of triads (outer corresponding to inner) .  ........but of course, all that is (macrocosm and microcosm), is a multitude of triads......
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I was expecting the answer to be 7.  It keeps coming up.  Seven realms of heaven.  Seven pillars of Wisdom, Seven forms of wrath.  Very interesting.  The Gospel of Mary Magdalene teaches on the souls transcending the seven forms/realms on its journey home.  Very interesting indeed.
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9 years ago  ::  Feb 01, 2008 - 1:09PM #7
wonderment
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soma77 wrote:

This mystical child is the co-coordinating point in the mind because it is between the higher and the lower layers of the mind. In this layer the instinctive demands are given recognition, but the center of gravity of the total personality shifts its position. The position ceases to be in the ego that dominates the lower layers, but instead becomes located in a hypothetical place between the conscious and the unconscious mind. If this reorganization is effective, a personality develops that suffers only in the lower layers, but not in the upper layers of the mind where one is detached from pain and pleasure.

The elevated beings who have reached the higher layers of the mind are not members of any particular faith alone, but are spiritual aspirants from all faiths and denominations. The thing that distinguishes them from other people is their understanding of the nature of their souls and their knowledge. They obtain compassion for others and develop communion with everything in the all-pervading consciousness that surrounds us.

thinkunity.com



Hi Soma77, Nice. I love the different ways we all have of expressing our perception of Reality.

Thanks for the link too. Good stuff.

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