The universe unraveled by HannaH

The universe unraveled by HannaH

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Victor Schauberger - Intuitive Thinking

ThinkingPosted by Hanne Fri, June 06, 2014 18:58:44

"Our thinking is inconsistent with what we actually see. The eye is a perfect, natural organ. The seen image is a reaction phenomenon. Using an artificial optical apparatus, the same effect, for example, can only be obtained by a roundabout way, by means of a negative. The eye, on the other hand, immediately presents us with the diapositive, namely the true image."

"Our sight constitutes an unconscious, automatic transformation process, through which the negative image - like a photographic negative - (i.e. the effect), is transformed into a positive one, like a diapositive color slide. Our thinking, however, is really a purely individual, conscious process and therefore learnable. If our thinking is to attain the same perfection as our seeing, then we must change our way of thinking and learn to see reality, not as an action, but as a reaction. Perfect thought lies in the apprehension of the correct reaction, for before the eye can show us the positive, it must first transform the negative and in a certain manner must break up what it records. What we see therefore, is the turning inside out of what we receive. What our mind grasps in this way must be re-formed and re-thought if we wish to attain what we strive for."

Source: Callum Coats: Living Energies (2002)

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Posted by Hanne Sun, December 28, 2014 15:14:30

Our eye is merely a receiving device, that is balancing everything it sees. It is like Goethe said: "The eye creates freedom for itself by producing the opposite of that which is forced upon it, creating in this way a satisfying whole." We only can see within a limited range. So relying on the eye to decode reality would only deceive the observer. There would be no life experience in it, because there is no life in it. The why of things can not be fathomed by the senses. Life results from a cause within and only when we resonate with that source within, will we have true and lasting life experience, omnipotence, which is based on knowing.

Posted by Holly Thu, December 25, 2014 11:45:11

are you saying that we need to learn to decode the information received by the eye in a different way? That decoding process is part of our life experiences, in other words we learn how to decode. Do we now have to unlearn most of our experiences ?