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The Eighth Insight

Monday, December 10, 2007

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The eighth insight posits that the creative energy of the universe is also reflected as sexual energy. All things that exist are born from this primal energy. A child is born out of it. A flower blossoms through that energy, as does a fruit. Nothing in creation is exempt from this principle. In human beings this primal energy manifests as passion, excitement, and arousal. When we are in touch with our source we spontaneously experience enthusiasm and inspiration.

The word enthusiasm contains two roots: "en" and "theos." This means to be one with God. The word inspiration similarly means "to be one with spirit." Inspiration, enthusiasm, passion, and excitement give energy to our intentions and thus accelerate the spontaneous fulfillment of our desires.

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Here are links to the Principle and Sutra Exercise for today (Monday). Also, here is a direct link to Hermetic Axioms that I have uploaded to Way Cool Quotes

2 comments:

Daniel B. said...

As you know that is one of my favorite art pieces. I like that you are giving the inspriational messages and then links to the sutras. I like the sutras and I like the idea of them but I find them difficult to incorporate into my meditation times for some reason. Keep up the good work.

Two Feathers said...

I also find the sutras hard to do.

I think that they would be much easier if we were just doing ONE sutra for... like say... a month. Chopra has a great little system, the only problem with it is that it's too cumbersome. Too much at once, I think.

I do notice that if I omit my daily meditation I do not have as good of a day as I do when I DO the daily meditations.

Also, I am convinced that this particular project has put more of my "shit" in my face for me to look at and deal with than any of our previous ones.

So... I'm curious to see what will happen when all that "shit" hits the fan... LOL

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