Thursday, September 20, 2012
(article) A Comparative Thesis on Thelema and Kashmir Shaivism - Jonathan Bethel and Michael McDaniel
"Out of all the possible mystical paths to one's Godhead, the schools of Thelema and Kashmir Shaivism are two that concur on the fact that man's divinity is self manifest or preeminent, without struggle, process or need for technique."
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The presentation is called "From Atom To Cosmos" -find the video on google or Amazon.
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"Itzhak Bentov was a scientist, inventor, and an early pioneer in the research of consciousness. By blending analytical knowledge and intuitive insight, Itzhak Bentov was the first to develop what is now widely accepted today as a holographic model of reality.
"I am attempting to build a model of the universe that will satisfy the need for a comprehensive picture of 'what our existence is all about.'" - Itzhak Bentov.
This program is based on Itzhak Bentov's two books, "Stalking The Wild Pendulum," on the mechanics of consciousness, and "A Cosmic Book" on the mechanics of creation.
Includes a rare recording of Itzhak Bentov's last television appearance and his inspirational exploration of consciousness and the cosmos, presented in its original form by his wife Mirtala. Ultimately your perception of reality will be turned inside out by the facts presented in this critically acclaimed program."
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Gopi Krishna describes his own personal experience of Kundalini awakening that unfolded over more than 25 years of his life. It's a mind bending, often frightening, yet ultimately revelatory and inspiring, personal odyssey not to be missed.
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"It remains for me, as an historian of world religions, to introduce this book by putting it into the framework of Indian religious history. For Gopi Krishna is of unusual interest, first as an example of a most thorough-going mixture of East and West, and secondly as a self-taught prophet of an original kind. Gopi Krishna's approach appears as a great surprise because in his book, except for the last chapter, there is no mention of spirituality, religion and metaphysics. Gopi Krishna's endeavours appear as a historical laboratory in which he, the author, develops genuinely in himself what others have developed before him. But he re-mains independent of his fore-runners, who frequently have wound up in sterile intellectual formulae. By contrast, this self-taught, Guru-less author remains genuine in all his discoveries."