beers and core matter

Tom Fency tomfency at
Mon Jul 26 15:25:03 CDT 2004

You see, Keets, IMO God is a collective experience, not an individual one. 
In Medieval times, monks trying to reach God language put babies to grow up 
without any word spoken in the ambient but, in the conclusion, all babies 
We are unique, each one of us with his own particularities, and this 
singularity only came to full expression when in contact with others, in day 
by day environment of the society. We are social beings, creating infinite 
social expressions within our complex relationships, but our society, in its 
own expression, surpass the mere sum of the constitutive parts. The 
collective has a counscious, that include the subcounscious either. Is it 
God? IMO ain't, but only an expression, as we are too. Only a way to access 
the path of God/Oneness within the Cosmos that resides within each of us, as 
you say very well.


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>Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 17:28:01 +0000
>>Humans are the magnificent ones who have chosen to place veils over their
>earthly experience to see if they could remember God. As long as the
>connection to ‘All That Is’ becoming stronger, the veil becomes thinner, 
>the connection point between the higher and lower self is where the veil
>As I understand Zen, this is what it attempts to do, that is: to veil the 
>higher processes of intelligence and access the path of God/Oneness with 
>the Cosmos that resides within each of us.
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