Re: Theos-World Re: Re: re "free will" and "transcending karma,"Leon, and ...
Aug 04, 2003 00:55 AM
I think you've got it. (Although you let it fool you in this instance :-)
Actually, it's the "middle" brain (Corpus Collosum) that can see everything
from the inside out and outside in, simultaneously, and can combine "images"
with "words" so that they make sense to that center of intuitive (or "middle")
mental consciousness that is above (both within and without) the Left-right
brain (along with all its neurological connections) -- that is nothing more than
an electrical transponder (or transceiver) for purposes of (with the help of
the "middle" brain) translating those "things" (connected with our sensory
mechanisms as well as our perception and will) into formless forms of pure
"ideation" that the higher mind (linked in the middle as part of the triune monad)
can comprehend as fundamental truths, ideas, or things in themselves, rather
Unfortunately, unless our higher intuitive nature that is neither in or out,
up or down, over or under, higher or lower, etc., is connected with our middle
brain -- which is the physical link between the right and the left brains --
I guess that the above profundity is as clear as mud. <\':o)>
BTW, the way to make this connection, one must not be either here nor there,
but everywhere, must examine things from all directions, and must consider
opposites as being both sides of a single reality with infinite possibilities for
change (in between) from one to the other. Fundamentally, it all begins with
and depends on the law of cycles modified (and sometimes frozen in apparent
but temporary knots of changlessness) by the natural laws of inertia, motion,
How does this apply to our everyday understanding of true reality, and how to
deal with its illusions? Why not ask your "middle" brain (with the help of
your "middle" mind) to show (and tell) you? :-) We could also look up in the
writings of HPB where she spoke about the linking of the twin hemispheres.
(Maybe Dallas might have the references.)
In a message dated 08/03/03 10:49:55 AM, Nisk98114@aol.com writes:
> I think i was looking at that with my "middle" brain. :O)]
Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2003 05:20:32 EDT
I wonder what makes you think Mauri wrote that? Funny how things get
scrambled up when they are taken out of context. Maybe you should re read
(as in reed) the entire correspondence, including the quotes. Thanks for the
kudos, anyway. ;o)
In a message dated 08/01/03 1:24:52 PM, Nisk98114@aol.com writes:
I actually read(as in red) all that you wrote.Let's have some more of that
Mauri. LOL :O)
Uh... Thanks for your explanation. I think I got what you were speculating
about. Although, I'm not too sure -- since I have a hard time dealing with
duality's such as esoteric-exoteric, light-dark, up-down, in-out, or words
with different meanings linked with brackets, etc.
Actually, I'm mostly a right brained thinker (although I use my left brain to
write such thoughts down) and see most things in both linear and non linear
terms of multidimensional or multilayered pictures or images (actually, from
three [or more] opposing points of view rather than two as most people do).
Obviously, the triangles being the first forms or things start with
then transform to quaternaries, and finally add up as sevenfold -- rather
than as duality's. For example, I can't think of up and down, or in and out,
etc., without adding "in-between" or "in the middle"... Nor, can I see dark or
light without imagining another state of vision which is neither dark nor
Also, I see the universe as being both empty and full, as well as every
of some-things in between -- all interconnected by rigorous laws of inertia
or inaction, motion or action, and harmony or balance. In addition, I can't
imagine esoteric or exoteric teachings or truths without considering
unexplainable learning's or intuitive truths.
So, you see, I have a hard time dealing with people who speculate between
one thing and another, or see things as either black or white. In fact, I
you could say that my seeming "multiplicity" comes from my using a sort
of fuzzy logic in everything I think about or do. This sort of logical
depends on seeing things that are apparenty separate or opposite as
connected. Since, duality's cannot stand alone -- whenever discussions get
down to considering or speculating about opposites, or take opposite sides on
a particular question, I see the "in-betweens" (in all their different
as the only true reality (that needs no speculation about to understand).
For example. It's an absolute fact that the first "real" number, or geometric
form, had to be 3 -- since, when the universe was 1 or 2, it could have no
And, those two numbers (like zero and infinity) are not essentially real as
things in themselves. That is, they do not exist until the 3 or triple form
(either triangular or spherical) appears all at once.
Thus, speculating (about theosophical ideas) in dualistic or monistic terms,
has no real meaning for me -- since the fundamental monad or first "being"
had to be triune in nature... As would every being or form subsequently.
every theosophical truth can be tested against, and must be consistent with
the three fundamental principles. Thus, in my language, there are no ifs,
or buts (with or without quotes :-)... But, there are, either, or, and
(Although, neither are speculative -- since they either are, or they are not
-- or they are neither.) I hope this clears everything up for you.
Non speculatively (for the moment),
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