Zen, Yoga, Gurdjieff- perspectives on inner work. There is a general and oft-repeated idea that "real" contact with the Divine ends up having no thought in it; that there is a void, or a "perfect" stillness, from within which Being arises, and which we should go back into.
There is some truth in this, but from my own understanding of it, I'd say we aren't meant to dwell in this place. We occupy this level for a reason; and our function as translators, receivers, and mediators of the divine manifestation of thought requires us to do more than just dwell blissfully in the void. If one has all thought removed, it easily becomes a dysfunctional condition.
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Gurdjieff, of course, drew a clear distinction between knowledge and understanding, but this particular passage makes it clear that he, like Ibn Arabi, thought knowledge to be an inestimably valuable substance: an essential factor in the culture of man. P2P microblogging platform. Brainship Media - Welcome. 21 Technologies That Will Decentralize the World.
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On October 7, 1951, after a gloomy Sunday when he seemed to be making no progress on the chapters about Neal Cassady he was adding to On the Road, Jack went to Birdland to hear the alto saxophonist Lee Konitz, who recently had come into his own as a leading innovator of cool jazz. During Konitz's solo in "I Remember April," which he played as if it were "the room he lived in," his music sounded "so profoundly interior" to Jack that he was sure very few people would understand it. In fact, he compared Konitz's extended phrases to the sentences he was writing lately, sentences whose direction seemed mysterious until the "solution" was suddenly unveiled in a way that shed light backward on everything that had preceded it.
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I dropped out in 2000, because even back then I could see that it was a really poor value proposition. I didn't predict this because I'm some crazy genius, but because I'm willing to discard emotional attachment and stare plainly at the facts. School is outrageously expensive, leaving graduates with a debt (or net expenditure) of tens of thousands of dollars-- sometimes even one or two hundred thousand. There are some things that are worth that amount of money, but for many people school isn't one of them. In fact, apart from very specific cases, I think that school is a bad thing, not worth doing even if it was free.
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