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Reality Just As I Am Stream Of Consciousness on the 17th day of June in the Year 2010

Reality Just As I Am Stream Of Consciousness on the 17th day of June in the Year 2010

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10:20 AMThursday, June 17, 2010 In my meditation this morning, an attractor basin came into existence from theemptiness of the dau. The perfect mystic vision appeared magically out ofnothing. Geisteswissenschaft came along next, together with the HegelianPhenomenology of Mind and the Jungian Collective Unconscious. “The Enlightenment’ took shape soon after that in my mind. In my mind thenthere came into existence integral consciousness as w hole and then humanconsciousness as it is when language shapes it according to the holarchicalstructures of co-embedded multi-level universals and particulars so thateverything than can be named with words is seen to be both a universal on onelevel and a particular on another. In this manner I could see as Plato and Socrates saw before me and taught meby showing me in writing that a multiplicity of particulars can be collectedtogether by a process of reason with the result of emergence of a unity in the forma symbol which represent a multitude or if your are Saussurean, in the form of asignifier representing a multitude of signifieds. This I then saw helps to clarify howhuman beings exposed to language in the learning of language skills becomemagnetized or aligned with a tendency to “reduced” the complex multitudes ofphenomena into a simple unity via the process of reasoning and analysis inwhich similarities are observed and classes of phenomena are established tomentally “cope” with complex multitudes of particulars. In my meditation this morning after the attractor basin appeared magically andthen the succession of rapidly changing transformations were observed asrecorded above in part, I saw how attempts to understand the era now known as“The Enlightenment” have been in many cases influenced and dominated by thisreductionist pattern of cognition according to magnetizing alignment of language
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capability so that “The Enlightenment” is often symbolized and represented by asimple signifier which stands for a far more complex multitude of phenomena. Then I experienced a transformation in my mind in which I could simultaneoussee “The Enlightenment” as both a simple concept that is represented by a unitythat is collected together out of multiplicity of phenomena via a process of reason just as the great philosopher Plato explains in the dramatic person of his“Socrates” in conversation with the young man named “Phaedrus” in the literarymasterpiece of the same name: The Phaedrus The nature of the soul – the mind if you will, is the subject under discussion. Platohas Socrates explaining to the young man why it is better to find a partner in lifewho is in love with him rather than one who I not in love with him. Phaedrus hasbeen approached by an older person who wants to have sex with him and haswritten up a brochure to explain why it is better for a young person like Phaedrusto provide sexual pleasure for a person who is not in love with him than to takethe risks involved with someone who is love. Socrates explains that being in loveis a form of madness and goes on to explain that the authentic philosophers whoare in love with the Apollonian Eleusinian life of discovery of knowledge to ascendtowards the supreme knowledgeself knowledgeare seen to be out of theirminds by most people. Socrates explains to Phaedrus that the appearances of madness in lovers of the“flesh” has likenesses with the madness of the lovers of knowledge (philosophers).The message is that the life of philosophers is far superior to these who remainobsessively in pursuit of physical pleasure alone and material wealth and politicalpower because to neglect the spiritual well being is to starve the soul—the mindand to suffer the consequences of an impoverished psyche-mind-soul and thento endure the hardships of spiritual sickness.
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 In this master-piece in the art of literary composition Plato is usingGeisteswissenschaft for the purpose of demonstrating in language that youngmen will benefit much more from choosing to live as authentic Apollonian – Eleusinian – Ionian – Socratic – Platonic –Academic philosophers attending to thehealth and well being of their whole being – body and soul—than from beingseduced by the allure of sex-money-power to the exclusion of spiritual well being. The “either or” proposition as it seemed to be framed in Plato’s time, has comedown through the literary tradition of European —Western —Greek —Latin —English —literature. This cognitive method of dualistic representation of complexes(clusters) of phenomena was reinforced by Aristotle’s “Tertium Non Datur”principle, one his laws of logic that took this form in the Latin language and thentook up a central role in the cognitive methods of the Latin language scholars ofthe early modern age—the age that gave rise to the Renaissance and(Copernican) Scientific Revolution.As it applies to Geisteswissenschaft and the Moral Philosophy (Ethics), the cognitive“Law” of “Tertium Nin Datur” is rally a demand made by teachers and preachersof their students and parishioners to make a choice between only two alternativesin a manner that your either with us or you are against us. The preacher-teachersinsisted that you must either choose the cognitive method of dwelling on earningspiritual rewards in heaven after death by conformity and obedience to thehierarchy of preacher-teachers.There was according to the preacher teachers god given freedom of choice aswas well in evidence among the heathen—the pagans, the heretics and atheistswho choose to indulge in physical pleasures and to pursue physical prosperitywealth and power and to negate and deny the need to attend to spiritualprosperity and the cultivation of a healthy mind-spirit-soul-psyche. It is in the context of this duality of tertium non datur as applied to ethics and moralphilosophy that Naturwissenschaft was to become an alternative to the more
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