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MYSTIC THOUGHT, AN INTRODUCTION…

In AWARENESS OF SELF, ROOTZ & KULCHA, WORD SOUND & POWER on September 6, 2008 at UTC.42.30.

Seeking control of the mind in its numerous endeavors at any given time, in any given place is a great feat. Considering the mind has so many conflicting & competing objects that vie for its attention, its a wonder mankind has the time at all to dedicate itself to the attainment of the higher sciences.

By higher sciences, I mean specifically Grammar, Rhetoric, Logic, Arithmetic, Astronomy, Geometry, and Music. Otherwise known as the seven liberal arts, those arts that man uses to liberate himself from material fetters. Fetters that bind a man’s soul to level of beast if subsequent proficiency isn’t developed to eradicate lower vibrations.

Consider this Hindu scripture, “Seek, find and follow a pure line of thought.” Similarly, we find a passage in scripture that suggests the same. In the book of Matthew 7:7, “Ask and you shall recieve, seek & you shall find, & knock an the door shall be opened unto you.”

Both scriptures entail the process of revelation, & the adherence to a centralized point. Which brings a heightened awareness of the mental capacity to endure trials and tribulations. In fact, the mind is slower to agitate when it is focused on a singular object.

Everything in the Universe is in a constant state of motion. All moves, all the time. The mind is no different, so with the practice of meditation the mind can be strengthened to endure the constant bombardment of forces.

In Physics, there is an experiment where a tuning fork vibrates, when the corresponding note is struck on the keys of a piano. The vibratory rate like a radio frequency extends outward seeking a receptor, or receptive mind.

For example, imagine sitting in a room full of people waiting for a lecture. When the speaker enters the room the vibratory energy within the room changes to varying degrees depending on the clarity of thought of the audience participants.

This is why speakers always “seek out” ‘the audience face’ within the crowd to draw energy from. Think about that for a minute, and then you’ll have a good idea about the mystical power of thought & the mind….

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