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Re: What does your last sentence mean?

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  • William
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 28, 2012
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      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Dick." <somerset_2@...> wrote:
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      > What does your last sentence mean?
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      > [ I just read this today as the holidays have been mighty busy!
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      > What does your last sentence mean?
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      > When the observer and the observed are as ONE there is beauty, purpose
      > and perfection, and LIFE is fulfilled! ]
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      > Actual quote from that email of the 20th December =
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      > "When the Two become as One they will be in a garden of
      > perfection".
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      > You are the only one to address that email. It refers to something which
      > I have never heard anybody talking about and of which I have never read
      > anything about. So why has nobody ever mentioned it before? It refers
      > to the Consummatum Incarnate. The state of being which I call Homo
      > Ensophicus. The Garden of Perfection refers to the earth, the planet,
      > objectivity.
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      > Throughout time it is plain enough that some have known the mystical
      > RE-UNION with their essential SELF in the transcendent Ground of Being.
      > But I have never known any of them talking about the Mystical Union on
      > earth of the union of the Observer and the Observed. The part which
      > brings it all back to earth again and removes the last remnant of
      > alienation of the parts.
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      > So, whereas the transcendent mystical re-union brings together two of
      > the parts of us in experience and full understanding, that does not
      > reveal anything about the OUTER world. So, the question still remains as
      > to what is all that stuff out there and what if anything does it have to
      > do with us. It leaves a gap in comprehension. It leaves a mystery. But
      > in the Consummatum Incarnate that mystery is solved, and fully
      > understood. It also results in a new way of being in the world. Homo
      > Ensophicus. To know one's SELF is one thing, but to know that which
      > I AM not, is something else.
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      > It becomes necessary to give everything which we find a name. For
      > without doing so there could be no meaningful communication. So, what
      > shall we call that state of being? Who is allowed to name something?
      > Who gave the name Homo Sapiens? Who will name the next stage of the
      > evolution of Man on Earth?
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      > Dick Richardson
      > Dick and Eduard, Teihard de Chardin poses a similar Omega Point which was caused by a hypersonalisation of man. It is like a giant mind meld that leaves all in a common mind that approaches a godness. It does fit in with what you have come to consider and I am suprised as you by the similarity. I haqve critiqued Teihart and hope your discussion keeps going. I will wait to say what I think of Chardin. I am more interested in this concresance of your thoughts. Super topic. Bill
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