Re: [anthroposophy] elf tales...
The purple orc from the thames estuary says:elv's wisdom makes me shudder and wizards drolling is wonderfull.
The purple OrcGood day my plum colored friend.The elf's point of view is a common one of many who have been estrangedfrom Western spirituality and taken refuge in the Eastern Paths.I think it is almost a necessary step on the way, though...a path thatmany of us have trod. Bringing this view to the Light and dealing with itfrom new perspectives is a good thing.Now excuse me...there is a mouse in here that has a bunch of broomsticksdancing, carrying water and spilling it all over the cave....(Apprentices!...harrumph......what to do, what to do?)WOH
- Hi Sarah,
Colridge used the term 'primary imagination' to point out
that we actually perceive the world through our active
engagment with it- without imagining 'it' there would be no
world. Now, he's not saying we each just make up the world
and that's that. We use our minds to touch reality. Fantasy
is more about the manipulations of inner pictures that we
surf on through the day. Nice to meet ya!
--- Sarah <sarahwh@...> wrote:
> I'm new here. I'm doing the Foundations course and am about
> a quarter of the
> way thru, so I'm just new to it all.
> Elaine, you mentioned a book that described the differences
> imagination and fantasy. Could you please explain this
> difference? Also what
> is the difference between 'colridgian' imagination and so
> called 'normal'
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