Re: SV: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Who are you? Who were you? Who will you be?
Thank you, again:)
I looked in Christianity of a Mystical fact and it fitted beautifully with another thing I have worked on lately.
The Ariadne thread are the karmic trace we are leaving behind us, but it is through following that trace backwards, handling our karma, we come out of the cave again.
What so beautiful with these stories are that they are understandable on so many levels.
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Emne: Re: SV: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Who are you? Who were you? Who will you be?
Dato: fredag 13. august 2010 07.48
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Kim" <kimgm@...> wrote:
> You are right, we will never be safe;-)
> By the way, the Ariadne thread may be better than we thought.
> What about: The labyrinth is life, and the one who lay the thread, is
> the one who goes conscious through life.
I meant to mention when I saw this movie awhile back that one of the main characters was named Ariadne, AKA The Architect. Depending how one views the movie she may have been brought in to lead Leonardo DiCaprio's character out of the maze of his own mind. Or not. Anyway:
Ariadne's name comes from the ancient Greek myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. In the myth, Ariadne assisted the hero, Theseus, in the labyrinth of the Minotaur by using a magical ball of thread to lead them out.