Harold Percival, Ramana Maharshi, Alice Bailey, Rudolph Steiner, Ida Mingle, Krishnamurti, Theosophy.
Writer, thinker, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, chess player (beat Igor Ivanov twice OTB), and occasional explorer of the Three Worlds ("I knew a man, whether in the body or out of the body I dont know, only God knows, caught up to the third heaven" (2 Corinthians 12:2-3).
I have written a book on thinking and Christianity called "The Light of Life". You can read selections from it at Drummlight.com
I would like to meet people who think, wonder and love. Who aren't just their bodies, but are conscious AS love, intelligence, insight, and wholesomeness in the world. If you are not conscious as a Conscious Light then you are not conscious AS yourself. The Spirit really is the life of the power we call knowing. The personality is a put-together, pieces picked up here and there, which eventually fall away as you find new distractions, or when death, real, or in the form of honesty, mercifully strips them from you. There is no need to act as if the arbitrary things about your personality define you. You are the power to think, and feel and do. You are not the left-overs from whatever you have thought, or felt or done.
I care about people who look to see, listen to hear, and communicate when they speak.
"On Truth" by Harry Frankfurt; "Thinking and Destiny" by Harold Percival (http://thewordfoundation.org/PDF/tandd.pdf) and the collection of essays by him at http://www.thewordfoundation.org/a-early_editorials.htm (esp "Adepts, Masters, and Mahatmas") all of which are free reads on that site; "Steps in the Way" by Ida Mingle; "I and Thou" by Martin Buber, "The Power of Now" and " A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle; "A Return to Love" by Marianne Williamson; "Many Mansions" by Gina Cerminara; "The Country Beyond" by Jane Sherwood; "The Nature of Personal Reality" by Jane Roberts and Seth; "Sartor Resartus" by Thomas Carlyle; "The Fourth Way" and "Tertium Organum" by P D Ouspensky; "Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and their Attainment", "Theosophy" and "Philosophy of Freedom" by Rudolf Steiner; "Transformations in Consciousness" by Franklin Merrell-Wolff; "A Course in Miracles"; "The Secret of the Golden Flower" trans by Thomas Cleary; "Initiation" by Elizabeth Haich; "Heaven and Hell" (trans by George Dole) and "True Christianity" by Swedenborg; "Essays on the Quest" by Paul Brunton; "The First and Last Freedom" and "Krishnamurti's Notebook" by Krishnamurti; "Reason in History" by Hegel (a lecture trans by Robert S Hartman); Plato, Emerson, Alice Bailey, Don Miguel Ruiz; "Ye Are Gods" by Annalee Skarin; "Etidorhpa" by Lloyd; "The Method of the Siddhas" by Da Free John; "Focusing" by Eugene Gendlin; "Esoteric Mind Power" by Vernon Howard; "Ramayana" by Wm. Buck; "Dialogues with Scientists and Sages" by Renee Weber; "Dzogchen: The Self-Perfected State" by Namkhai Norbhu; “Dzogchen” by the Dalai Lama; "Be as you are- The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi" ed. by David Godman; "Psyche and Symbol" by C G Jung (ed Violet de Lazlo); "Reincarnation the Phoenix Fire Mystery"; "Yoga Sutras of Patanjali" and "The Crest Jewel of Wisdom" by Charles Johnston (translator); "Raja Yoga, or Mental Development" and "Philosophy and Religions of India" by Yogi Ramacharaka; "A History of Christianity" by Paul Johnson; "Kabir" by Robert Bly; "Rumi" by Daniel Lieberts; "The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe" by Lynne McTaggart; the "Holographic Universe" by Michael Talbot; and "Philosophy of Universal Magnetism" by Yogiraj Vethathiri Maharishi.
Avatar, Tokyo Godfathers, Spirited Away, The Last Airbender, Paprika, Stardust, Hogfather, Love Actually, Princess Mononoke, Howl and the Moving Castle, 'V', The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, The Razor's Edge, Tekkonkinkreet, Dark City, The Shadow, The Fifth Element, Pirates of the Carribean, Time Bandits, Across the Universe, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Peter Pan (with Jeremy Sumpter), Babe Pig in the City, Minority Report, The Jacket, The Fountain, Phantom of the Opera, The Last Mimsy, Stranger Than Fiction, Harry Potter, Chronicles of Riddick, Monsters Inc, Hellboy, Legend, Grosse Pointe Blank, Star Wars, The Matrix, and the LOTR.
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