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Easter Mysticism: The evolution of consciousness

Library Angel It's Eastertide, so let's see if there's anything new to be found in religion -- which can be a touch boring at times. The old platitudes of Christianity fail to impress the majority of people for most of the time. The same goes for most other "faiths". Is there a different way of looking at them? Biology understands evolution as a random physical system which eventually created the human body -- almost by chance. It scarcely pays attention to the evolution of consciousness, except as a by-product of physicality. An afterthought, if you like. The world is a very different organism than that. Time is continuously created as a field in which the evolution of consciousness can take place. Indeed, that seems to be the sole reason for time to exist at all. Speculating further, our human role is to function as the eyes and ears of the originating mind so that it can become conscious of itself. In Meister Eckhart's resonant phrase, "The eye with which I see God is the eye with which God sees me" -- a sentence as profound as anything ever uttered or written. The physical world we know is part of a continuum of existence based on consciousness, or spirit, if you'd prefer. Once we accept that mind precedes and therefore creates matter, all then is mind. At that point, mind can be experienced as matter, and we can begin to imagine realms of being other than our own. The phrase "infinite possibilities" rises unbidden. We all exist in time, even if we don't know exactly what time is. We can only describe time using mechanical comparisons -- a clock, for example. But that doesn't touch the essence of it. Time is indistinguishable from consciousness in the sense that the passing of time is the product of consciousness. In the end, everything manifests as consciousness, which is the heart and soul of existence. Without knowing that you exist, what else exists? Ultimately, consciousness is what we call God, even if we don't know it. We should therefore respect and revere our own consciousness as part of, and indistinguishable from, God. Without, of course, imagining that we are God! Life was never meant to be easy. John Evans ... who is the author of The Eternal Quest for Immortality: Is it staring you in the face? Available from Amazon and all good booksellers. Coming soon: Practical Mysticism: A different way of looking at the world. Recent Related Articles
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Next year, 2012, gives us the Mayan Calendar mystery. Nobody ever explains just how a bloodthirsty Stone Age people, said to have sacrificed up to 80,000 people in one week, could possibly know precisely when the world would end. As it's a calendar event, they would have been advised by their mathematicians and cosmologists -- food for thought.

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Instead, they should switch their attention occasionally from head to hara, whence we might see the back of them.

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John Evans is the author of The Eternal Quest for Immortality: Is it staring you in the face? Available from Amazon and all good booksellers.

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Saturday Ramble Part 2: Easter Comment

Belief seems to be essential to all peoples, even if it comes in the form of unbelief. Modern religions, like secularism and scientism, are belief-systems too because their supporters believe in their own views, contrary to other people's experience. The problem we have in our scientific age is that our brains have become so big we mistake them for our minds. The brain is a fantastic tool, like a hammer, a wheel or a knife. Since the European Enlightenment, we've been taught to identify with it completely. The result is that most developed humans are trapped in their own heads. Their worldview is limited by what the brain can do and what it perceives. Thus everything perceptible beyond the brainview is dismissed as "myth", fantasy and primitive. Richard Dawkins, riding on a reluctant Darwin, is the high priest of this message. The alternative biologist Rupert Sheldrake, writes about "extended mind", showing us the obvious fact that our minds extend well beyond our heads. It doesn't take much introspection to arrive at that result. We call explorers of our extended mind "mystics" -- folk with their heads in the clouds. It's a term of abuse to scientists. Yet mystics are scientists too, working in areas designated untouchable by the materialists. Religion is man's response to the mystical message -- that which lies beyond the cage of our brainview. Religion, like philosophy, has followed science slavishly down its tubular path. It has become an artificial construct, dependent on a narrow slice of experience and much wishful thinking. A dramatist's creation, not a God's. The mystic knows "God" as the sea of awareness that lies at the heart of everybody's consciousness. We all rise and fall within it, and share its characteristics -- even its immortality. We can be made to believe anything, but only through direct experience can we "know" the truth. Organized religions have caused more violence than almost any other aspect of human life. They are the economic and political exploitation of who we really are. True mystics are always peaceable, because they "know", not just "believe". Easter symbolizes the rebirth of life in the northern hemisphere. It's not a subject to squabble over, but to "know". John Evans The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible. Albert Einstein Recent Related Stories What is Christianity?
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