Tag Archives: epistemology

Academic Limits

There are fundamentally three factors which act together in the actuality of something. The first two factors must interact in opposition while the third mediates. This is like the principle of a sailboat. The wind and the resistance of the … Continue reading

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Not Lily, nor Cloud, nor Worm, nor Clay

      Does the Eagle know what is in the pit? Or wilt thou go ask the Mole: Can Wisdom be put in a silver rod? Or Love in a golden bowl?               … Continue reading

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Lord of Secrets

Regarding the Navamsa of Entelechy, I had originally planned to write about each of the aspects explicitly. I’ve changed my mind about that and leave it here with what can be understood as its square root. With a little work … Continue reading

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The Navamsa of Entelechy — part 1

From the uninterrupted stream of inconceivable truth, the unique humanity of self-knowledge is epitomized by the glorious Pema Gyalpo, whose actual voice literally speaks through the breath and larynx of the supreme master of synthetic wisdom, Chogyal Namkhai Norbu. I … Continue reading

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A Dhi Shuriken

Email from Michael Thomas Croghan: Attachment to doctrines motivates some to ignore the differences between advaya, and advaita.

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about that straw-into-gold project …

You have a secret name.  It’s not that the name is being kept secret in order to conceal your true identity – it’s secret because the pronunciation and meaning of that name does not correspond to ordinary language.  It’s easier … Continue reading

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γνῶθι σεαυτόν

Who or what is Thyself ?  And what does it mean to know it? There is a common misconception that Buddhism denies the existence of a self.

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