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  • Thanks Joel, I really appreciated this post...nicely said! Carol --- Joel Wendt wrote: > Dear List, > > One of the soul behaviors I have observed, within myself > and others, is > a tendency to interpret a view different from ours as being > wrong, while > ours, on the the other hand, is correct. This judgment is > frequently > instantaneous and likely as not unnoticed. What...
    Carol Oct 17, 2002
  • "mother nature is looking for a few good men" I like it, Br. Ron! Carol --- "Br. Ron" wrote: > Here is a song I put together that relates to > the recent thread on corporate culture, > > Oregon.mp3 > > BR > __________________________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? New DSL Internet Access from SBC & Yahoo! http://sbc.yahoo.com
    Carol Sep 22, 2002
  • Thanks Joel, you said, "The real imbalance created by the so-called "free trade" aspect of globalization is the efforts on the part of the producers to free themselves from any restrains from the middle Sphere." I agree with that. I don't know where Starman gets the idea that Steiner thought the spears were seperate, but I easily find many places where Steiner speaks directly of...
    Carol Sep 16, 2002
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  • 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...
    Carol Sep 1, 2002
  • and vica versa, "*.*". Carol --- "*.*" wrote: > Always remember, whatsoever I say to you, you can > take it in two ways. You can simply take it on my > authority, 'Because I say so, it must be true' -- then you > will suffer, then you will not grow. Whatsoever I say, > listen to it, try to understand it, implement it in your > life, see how it works, and then come to your own...
    Carol Aug 21, 2002
  • Yea I don't think it's fair to lump this extremely suspicious looking effect in with cirlces the the plankers haven't demonstrated the ability to make. Carol --- jla wrote: > > > Though there is some suspicion about this crop circle, > researchers who know what they are talking from 20 years of > on site research agree that about 70-80 % are man made and > the rest are of unknown...
    Carol Aug 18, 2002
  • That's funny! Carol --- evlogite wrote: > -Hi Everyone: > > Yes-- objective thinking leads us to the fifth subplane of > the > mental plane and mathematical thinking leads us to the > 4th > subplane... then we make the jump to the questions of > contemplation-- what is mind, etc... and we reach the > beginnings of the antahkarana-- the beginning of our > contact > with our Higher...
    Carol Aug 14, 2002
  • As far as I can tell, Popper still suffers from RUP, as Owen Barfield called it: Residue of Unresolved Positivism. Barfield observed that so many thinkers seemed to be affirming the reality of cognition, yet, upon closer inspection, they ultimately couldn't allow cognition the primary place; RUP means that we still imagine that reality is not actually a synthesis of concept/percept...
    Carol Aug 13, 2002
  • I appreciate your comments very much Mr. Mason. And, of course, I wouldn't want to totalize the hope that I take from certain shifts in bookstores. The shift I sense is hopeful to the extent that people are loosening the tight grip they fearfully hold to materialistic superstitions. 15 years ago my father would become annoyed at any disscusion of the soul surviving after death...
    Carol Aug 13, 2002
  • and just when things were getting so nice and friendly around here...darn it. Actually, Jeff, I agree. Rudolf Steiner is not always clear. He was the first to admit this fact. He stopped writing "Fragment" because he couldn't say it clear enough. When he was younger he could sit on things for 25 years, clarifying and checking their accuracy, but as he got older and closer to the...
    Carol Aug 13, 2002