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Three Q&As In Quora


Three Q/A from QUORA (on brain, philosophy, QM, NDE, consciousness) 1  How does the brain understand philosophy? M. The brain… understanding philosophy? My reply to this is similar to the one I gave recently to another question and which was … Continue reading

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Christianity and other religions.


Christianity not the only religion that advocates gratitude, generosity, love , etc. – as subtly suggested by article. Continue reading

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Individuality and suffering – Knowledge its antidote


The fruits of individuation (and creation) paid at a price. Suffering a condition or pre-requisite for awakening or real knowledge. Continue reading

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The feminine principle – lV


In previous posts on the feminine principle we noted that, in Wagner’s opera Tristan and Isolde, Life was linked with desire, and Love with death, and further that man can be redeemed only by and through woman. The theme in … Continue reading

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The feminine principle


The power of the feminine principle (Shakti, Prakrit-Nature): Creation, Life, Nurturing – and its cycles. Also desire, with its attending temptation. Woman, however, (embodiment of the Goddess) can also be redemptress (e.g. Mary in Christianity). In Wagner’s opera ‘Tristan und … Continue reading

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