THE PRIMORDIAL LEAP AND THE PRESENT: THE EVER-PRESENT ORIGIN - AN OVERVIEW OF THE WORK OF JEAN GEBSER
May 01, 2009 05:06 AM
by Bill Meredith
This is a follow-up to the communion in the source thread.
I read the subject article at http://www.gaiamind.org/Gebser.html by Ed Mahood, jr.
This explanation of Gebser is very interesting and brings us into the 21st century quite well, I think. As I read it, I began to sense that the Blavatsky era theosophical purpose is perhaps to lay the foundation for the opening of the thinking man into the integral structure of consciousness.
There are many questions that could arise from Gebser's theory. (Shall we call it a theory?) I suppose we would be giving our mental structure of consciousness some leeway there eh? It is often difficult to escape the well-worn grooves of the linear thought process, however it is possible to experience the past, present, and future as a timeless event on a spaceless horizon.
I have experienced the felt-sense of harmonious integration when philosophy yields to being-in-truth.
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