Re: [GnosticThought] Re: As Above, So Below, etc.
- James Takac <p3nndrag0n@...> wrote:
Not sure how Jim sees Ascension. I however see it as another state of being,
i.e. ain't nowhere to go, ain't nothing to escape. If I were to try and
describe how I see Ascension in a simplistic way, I'd say imagine yourself
standing on the surface of a circle. At some point you decide to go on a
journey around the circle. You travel the exact distance of the circumference
and of course arrive where you started. You see this is what has happened and
glean an understanding of it and hence you're in the same place with a higher
understanding than you had before, aka, ascended or risen in understanding.
Hi Penn and thanks for your posting.
I see ascension being to the next stage of my spiritual development, the next dimension upward out of this hell hole.
Its not my wish to return here again.
I don't mean heaven... Not yet anyway when I will return to my maker...jim
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- IMHO Not so my friend. For others, perhaps. For me the increase.
>From: edwardo <edwardo@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: Re: [GnosticThought] As Above, So Below, etc.
>Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2007 08:47:19 -0700
> >But who or what is to say is good.
>makes subjective judgment-calls.
> >IMHO The snakes head eats its tail, good for the head.
> >Bad for the tail.
>a symbol of; "The end is where the beginning is,"
>and~or... the cyclic-nature of the universe. imo
> >The most horrible experiences in my life have been
> >the best in outcome, in this dimension of duality to
> >have joy, must have sorrow.
>but as folk grow older (and perhaps, more blas�)
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