Hawkins / Glaubensueberzeugungen
Discomfort of growth is inevitable.
Spiritual path customary values, expectations, and programming
See also book:
Richard Dawkins [LoC 190] (*1941) British neoskeptical theoretical biologist, militant atheist, author on memetics, 1992; Don Beck, Ph.D., US American geopolitical management consultant, complex systems strategist, co-author, Chris Cowan, US American consultant in business, speech communication, group dynamics and media, co-author, Spiral Dynamics. Mastering Values, Leadership and Change, Wiley-Blackwell, 1996
See also: Video Sedona Seminar delivered 27. September 2002
Charles Mackay (1814-1889) Scottish songwriter, poet, journalist, author, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, 1841, September 2003, reprint, October 2013
Recovering from feeling low.
Wissenschaft ist stets mit einer Grundannahme verbunden, die von den Wissenschaftlern selbst nicht gerechtfertigt werden kann.
The impact of consciousness on cells
Ego: Edging God Out
Widely used paraphrase:
"Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities."
Convoluted conviction – Bushism
Postionalities tendentially unquestioned and taken for granted
|Source: ► D. Hawkins, I. Reality and Subjectivity, S 45, 2003|
The Master had quoted Aristotle:
"In the quest of truth, it would seem better and indeed necessary
to give up what is dearest to us."
And he substituted the word "God" for "truth."
"I am ready, in the quest for God, to give up anything: wealth,
friends, family, country, life itself. What else can a person give up?"
The Master calmly replied,
"One's beliefs about God."
The disciple went away sad, for he clung to his convictions.
| Originator: ► Anthony de Mello SJ (1931-1987) Indian Catholic Jesuit priest, |
psychotherapist, spiritual leader, One Minute Wisdom, transcript, S. 119, Image, 1985,
Penguin Random House, reprint edition 1. February 1988
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