- Wu Nein,
What draws a person with a nickname which means "no thought" to a list called
Gnostic Thought? Seems ironic to say the least. :)
- Hi Michael,
There is a golden thread which runs through all these :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Heinich" <mheinich@...>
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 4:56 AM
Subject: Re: [GnosticThought] Re: What is a Gnostic?
> No, I read too much. :)
> Right now I am nothing. (how Zen)
> I am taking a closer look at both Gnosticism and Zen
> Buddhism. The two books on my end table right now are
> The Essential Mystics (Sections of text from major
> religions that deal with enlightenment) and The
> Practical Guide to Meditation written by a western
> Buddhist nun (Kathleen McDonald). This book speaks to
> me in a way I can understand and addresses issues that
> I am having and how to deal with them with meditation.
> There is a quote that goes "All paths lead to God"
> that I am beginning to believe after looking at
> scriptures in various religions such as Tao, Buddhism,
> Hinduism, Christianity and Islam. Each of these have
> a gnostic, mystic or enlightment path that may or may
> not be apart of it's mainstream.