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Humans & Animals - Karmic Wheel

Postby Saeptus » Sun Sep 13, 2015 8:31 am

I would like to share some of my weekend insights and hope to get some feedback by people who have gotten more layers under their belt. I hope to make some mistakes and get yelled at so that I can learn more.

First off, modern humans are super abnormal. All the mystical stuff being sought here seems interesting enough to the average but I want to first pose the question of this: is this stuff really so mysterious?

Tantric Mastery = Proper energy distribution and maintenance = True Identification of Internal Mechanisms
Pranayama Mastery = Natural Breathing = True identification of External Surroundings
Kundalini Mastery = Both of these put together and more = ie going out for a run with your best friend... Unity

Difference between Humans and Mammals is this:

Humans lay on their backs at rest more = They build or seek out shelter based on food and other human proximity = Voice -> Taste = All their lumps and goodies are in the front
What does this mean: They have a tendency to put their conscious awareness on internal processes and project them onto the outside world = See more of what they don't have/or do have
Magnification = To Will = Alchemical Fire = Black Pillar = Complex Learning of what you NEED = Sex should make your mouth water... = Understanding
Tantra = Easier to access your naughty bits on your back! But any indigestion/ect is amplified. Desire to improve your situation. Identifying with who or what you don't like.
(I know what you are thinking, scientists don't want you to think that the ability to use simple tools meant your genitals, but any person with dream experience would tell you otherwise)

Mammals primarily rest on their bellies = They use smell to find the right location to rest or find others like them = Breath -> Smell = Breathing/digestion automatically improves without yoga lying on your belly, you smell what your laying on too...
What does this mean: They have a tendency to accept their situation and adapt, act on their Will (instincts)
Perspective = To Dare = Alchemical Water = White Pillar = Simple Teaching emphasis on what you ALREADY HAVE = Smell what others/objects are giving off = Knowledge/Confidence
Pranayama = Easier to accept surroundings and survive

The wheel. When active during the daytime both are necessary to varying degree. Depending on your Will. The transition between the Powers of the Sphinx/Magical Operation are vital and damn well impossible to break. Sleep changes with increased awareness... Try sleeping out in the wild and you will notice that all these positions are completely natural and change all the time. You turn on every REM cycle when sleeping on a hard surface.

Similarities between Humans and Mammals: Both in full body stimulation can cause oxygen to flood certain extremities of the body = Fight or Flight.
See what your energy does when you go out and run a marathon... BOOM BOOM, up the spine. But humans are bipedal which makes it flow against the perception of gravity. Interesting that we have hair primarily on our head... You have to have your head held upright to see properly and hear properly = Asana. Whether it be your surroundings outside or the OM and black field in your cave/temple. It is possible for anyone to have sex, anyone to breath, anyone can become a runner. The one difference is the practice of meditation during any of these activities. The LIGHT flicks on. Fear, fight or flight, and everything else gets stripped away (I'm glad I don't feel hunger). Eventually... Maybe... You can get somewhere with this.

What does this mean: Activity should feel good in a perfect world... Our bodies just ain't there yet.
To Keep Silence = Earth/Air = Middle/Gray Pillar = Sight/Sound = Kundalini = Walking around and interacting with the world. Unity of internal and external projections. Pain/discomfort hopefully biologically balanced with pleasure/euphoria. Keeping silence means learning from every interaction measured against Will without projection. (Yes folks, Spirituality is about engaging with reality without projections or ego! Of course that is the PIPE dream never fully realized. Enjoy.)

I could go on and on with attributions... I'm going to go hit the pavement again today and at least use five of my six limbs. I will save one for later.

OK, please yell and rant at me. I'm in the process of finding my voice and making mistakes. I don't think I have the classic attributions 100% right.
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Re: Humans & Animals - Karmic Wheel

Postby Gnosomai Emauton » Sun Sep 13, 2015 11:15 am

I'd say you have a really good outline starting here. I can basically grasp the threads of your thinking and all of it seems to be connecting in fruitful ways. My only recommendation would be to start pushing yourself to add detail and more real world examples so that you can flesh it out into a meatier essay. Go one section at a time, figure out what you're really aiming at, and write too much. Once you've gone too far, it'll be easier to edit it back down to size and say exactly what you mean. Once you've gotten it to the point that it says exactly what you mean to say, then the critiques of others will start to mean more to you because you'll know that they've read what you meant to put out there rather than hoping that they grasp what you've only suggested.
Go in all ways contrary to the world.
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Re: Humans & Animals - Karmic Wheel

Postby gerry456 » Sun Sep 13, 2015 1:33 pm

There is no difference; humans are mammals.
2.19 They shall rejoice, our chosen: who sorroweth is not of us.

2.21 We have nothing with the outcast and the unfit: let them die in their misery. For they feel not. Compassion is the vice of kings: stamp down the wretched & the weak: this is the law of the strong: this is our law and the joy of the world.
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Re: Humans & Animals - Karmic Wheel

Postby Saeptus » Sun Sep 13, 2015 7:01 pm

Gnosomai Emauton wrote:I'd say you have a really good outline starting here. I can basically grasp the threads of your thinking and all of it seems to be connecting in fruitful ways. My only recommendation would be to start pushing yourself to add detail and more real world examples so that you can flesh it out into a meatier essay. Go one section at a time, figure out what you're really aiming at, and write too much. Once you've gone too far, it'll be easier to edit it back down to size and say exactly what you mean. Once you've gotten it to the point that it says exactly what you mean to say, then the critiques of others will start to mean more to you because you'll know that they've read what you meant to put out there rather than hoping that they grasp what you've only suggested.


I really respect the reply from you. I will sleep on it and unfold the process it brings.

I guess people are only capable to do what their current Will can do, including me. I suppose that is why the masters are silent.
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