on the hidden path

Mar 21

The True Nature of the ‘Unconscious’

a thought-provoking new article by one of my favorite modern philosophers, Bernardo Kastrup, an extended excerpt from his newest book “Why Materialism is Baloney


Feb 11
jpmavinga:

Music, the art of patterned vibrations, seems to release the consciousness to overtly be a part of the orchestra that is the universe… A sketch.

jpmavinga:

Music, the art of patterned vibrations, seems to release the consciousness to overtly be a part of the orchestra that is the universe… A sketch.


Feb 10

spires:

Spirograph series by Spires - http://www.society6.com/spires

(via mentalalchemy)


Feb 9
"Night hides the world, but reveals a universe."
via APOD

"Night hides the world, but reveals a universe."

via APOD


Feb 7
hhisim:

Divine Yantra (2014) - Hakan Hisim
I created this for the purpose of active meditation. Without a specific goal, and only reflecting on the idea of the Infinite. This is how it turned out, but like most cases: The destination was a mere byproduct of the journey itself.
www.hakanhisim.net

hhisim:

Divine Yantra (2014) - Hakan Hisim

I created this for the purpose of active meditation. Without a specific goal, and only reflecting on the idea of the Infinite. This is how it turned out, but like most cases: The destination was a mere byproduct of the journey itself.

www.hakanhisim.net


awkwardsituationist:

photos by mohammad reza domiri ganji in iran of: (1) the dome of the seyyed mosque in isfahan; (2,8) the nasīr al mulk mosque, or pink mosque, in shiraz; (3,4) the vakil mosque in shiraz; (5) the ceiling of the fifth floor of ali qapu in isfahan; (6,10) the vakil bathhouse in shiraz; (7) the imam mosque in isfahan; (9) the jame mosque of yazd


Jan 21
“Consciousness does not just passively reflect the objective material world; it plays an active role in creating reality itself.” Stanislav Grof (via metaconscious)

Jan 4

Dec 17
jpmavinga:

There’s power in everything we say or don’t say… speak wisely and gently, but only after listening with great care
#Art #Beauty #Ballpoint #Drawing #Dreams #FineArt #Girl #Love #Past #Silence #Style #Whispers #Words

jpmavinga:

There’s power in everything we say or don’t say… speak wisely and gently, but only after listening with great care

#Art #Beauty #Ballpoint #Drawing #Dreams #FineArt #Girl #Love #Past #Silence #Style #Whispers #Words


Nov 8

Nov 2

“You look at trees, he said, and called them “trees,” and probably you do not think twice about the word. You call a star a “star,” and think nothing more of it. But you must remember that these words, “tree,” “star,” were (in their original forms) names given to these objects by people with very different views from yours. To you, a tree is simply a vegetable organism, and a star simply a ball of inanimate matter moving along a mathematical course. But the first men to talk of “trees” and “stars” saw things very differently. To them, the world was alive with mythological beings. They saw the stars as living silver, bursting into flame in answer to the eternal music. They saw the sky as a jeweled tent, and the earth as the womb whence all living things have come. To them, the whole of creation was “myth-woven and elf patterned.”

“You look at trees, he said, and called them “trees,” and probably you do not think twice about the word. You call a star a “star,” and think nothing more of it. But you must remember that these words, “tree,” “star,” were (in their original forms) names given to these objects by people with very different views from yours. To you, a tree is simply a vegetable organism, and a star simply a ball of inanimate matter moving along a mathematical course. But the first men to talk of “trees” and “stars” saw things very differently. To them, the world was alive with mythological beings. They saw the stars as living silver, bursting into flame in answer to the eternal music. They saw the sky as a jeweled tent, and the earth as the womb whence all living things have come. To them, the whole of creation was “myth-woven and elf patterned.”

(via musashi-no-kami)


Can Animistic Perception Change the World?
PsypressUK interviews author Robert Tindall

Can Animistic Perception Change the World?

PsypressUK interviews author Robert Tindall


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