THE deepest understanding of humanity sends me from the Egyptian Middle Kingdom to medieval castles of Europe to the heaps of trash on the streets of SE Asia to the Moon landing to the future human expansion into space to the inevitable cognitive immortality of future humans... Internal travel is easy, and the bird's eye … Continue reading The Great Wheel Of Life Re-Invented
I find it ironic that the Jed McKenna books are supposed to point to Truth, and yet, everything around them is mired in deception. No author's name. A fictitious account of events that only vaguely reflects factual reality, but looks as an autobiography. No company address for Wisefool Press, with numerous PO boxes and disposable … Continue reading All These Teachers… Where’s Truth?
"you've got to get this Pollyanna crap out of your heads. People think they can indulge in whatever whim overpowers them at the moment, and that somehow this 'spontaneity' is going to transform them into a wonderful spiritual creature that God just can't resist loving. This is nonsense. Life isn't pleasure, it's constant struggle driven … Continue reading Richard Rose And Humanity
“There is no such thing as enlightenment. The full appreciation of that fact is, itself, enlightenment.” Nisargadatta (that guy who no one really listens to, but thousands 'follow') Not there yet? Repackaging 'enlightenment' in a way accessible to modern day humans (what 'Jed McKenna' has done with a degree of success) will continue to lead … Continue reading Niz, Lin, Jed – On Enlightenment Absence
It is not 'spiritual', and it is only 'self digestion' if a person is concurrently consumed by a great deal of emotion, which seems to be the case for many seekers. Much confusion exists as to what the hell 'autolysis' means and what the hell one does with the 'autolysis'. Keep in mind that 'Jed's' … Continue reading Spiritual Autolysis As Active Thinking Process
I had a number of emails from someone young whose mind hasn't yet calcified to the point where prising it open becomes a torturous and painful for them process. This young person has just realised something I brought up many times here on EM: "The world we experience is an illusion and a dream in … Continue reading Forget Another’s Words: Own Insight Takes The Biscuit