Sartrean Cogitations – II

B. The Image Family In Sartrean terms, the intention evokes the object of the image-consciousness, a representation of the very absence of the object which is an accumulation of matter of worldly things and of the mental-world i.e., external and psychic elements of matter. REFLECTIONS (i) It is the coming together of the imaginary and real-world… Continue reading Sartrean Cogitations – II

Sartrean Cogitations – I

We may therefore conclude that imagination is not an empirical power added to consciousness, but it is the whole of consciousness as it realizes freedom. Jean-Paul Sartre Jean-Paul Sarte's The Imaginary: A Phenomenological Psychology of the Imagination (1940), outlines the mandatory stage i.e., the inquiry into imagination which carefully discerns nothingness that consciousness fabricates and the… Continue reading Sartrean Cogitations – I

Vision 3.0

(A) Ego death in the research or act of conscious-exploration cannot be defined as the death of self or individuality, as the ego is merely ancillary to self. Therefore, ego death can be described as per Jungian notions the death of the personal extra-conscious ego while the omnipresent extra-conscious ego remains in partial correspondence with… Continue reading Vision 3.0

Mundanus, Sisyphus’ Happiness

To wake up every day, only to go back to sleep again. then wake up again, to bathe, cook. read, think, write. listen to music, watch the classics. go back to reading, thinking. bathe, cook, music, musings, think, sleep. and the same, every day. yet, I do imagine this Sisyphus happy? the hour of consciousness… Continue reading Mundanus, Sisyphus’ Happiness

The Sole Principle towards The Art of True Sentience

The first and only principle, the Principle of Elimination of Assumptions, is the basic principle to the art of true sentience which further allows the true nature of investigations of the things within the compounds of any spatial reality that runs with time. Now, this is a hard one to stick to, because, 'we're born… Continue reading The Sole Principle towards The Art of True Sentience

Vision 1.0

Completeness is realizing that there is no ‘incomplete’ - for the integration of being, one must forget the essential. In hoc momento, this moment of breaking into the otherly, feeling your body give into the transcendental fractals- et in hoc tempore, senses excite the perceptual experience. It's the very difference in every repetition that accounts for… Continue reading Vision 1.0

Gnostic Principle of Polarity

The Kybalion was written by the three initiates which includes the seven Hermetic principles that are the magical laws that govern the universe, but these laws are almost present in all things around us and are very less exclusive to magic itself. The fourth Hermetic principle is known as the principle of polarity wherein all… Continue reading Gnostic Principle of Polarity