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The Chinese word Mo means “silent or serene.” Chao means “to reflect or to observe.” Mo-Chao, therefore, can be translated as “serene reflection” or “serene observation.”
To achieve absolute mental silence in all the levels of the subconsciousness is what is the most difficult, laborious and arduous task.
It is not enough to reach stillness and silence in the mere superficial intellectual level or in a few subconscious departments, because the Essence continues bottled up within the submerged, infraconscious and unconscious dualism.
A blank mind is something exceedingly superficial, hollow and intellectual. What we need is serene reflection if indeed we want to achieve the absolute stillness and silence of the mind.
Nonetheless, it is clear to comprehend that in pure Gnosis the terms serenity and reflection have much more profound definitions and hence these must be comprehended within their special connotations.
The feeling of serenity transcends that which is normally understood by calm or tranquillity; it implies a superlative state which is beyond reasoning, desires, contradictions, and words. Serenity designates a situation which is beyond mundane noise.
Likewise, the meaning of reflection is beyond that which is understood as contemplation of a problem or idea. Now, it does not imply mental activity or contemplative thinking, but rather a kind of clear and reflective objective consciousness, always enlightened in its own experience.
Therefore, “serene,” in this context, is that serenity of non-thinking and “reflection” signifies intense and clear consciousness.
Thus, “serene reflection” is clear consciousness within the tranquility of non-thinking.
Perfect serenity reigns when true profound enlightenment is achieved.
REVOLUTION OF THE DIALECTIC, SAMAEL AUN WEOR, 1983
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Beside the Bonnie Brier-Bush by Ian Maclaren.
‘Ian Maclaren’s Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush is one of the most notorious works of Scottish literature. First published in 1894, the book was an instant best-seller. Millions of readers across the world rushed to devour these nostalgic tales of Scottish life in a bygone age. Based on the author’s experiences as a Free Church minister in rural Perthshire, the book captured the contemporary taste with its blend of humour and pathos and its racy Scots dialogue.
With a new introduction which explains the importance of Maclaren’s writing in literary and religious debates of the period, readers can now view afresh a work which remains a vital part of the Scottish literary tradition.’
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THE LAST WORD
With hindsight, at high school, the kids that chose to study geography rather than history were more fortunate. There should be few things more valuable than learning the lessons of history but to do this successfully you need some semblance of truth. At government schools this is not guaranteed.
I was one of the kids that went for history. The interest began, when, as a young child, I bought a book about Lord Nelson thinking he was wearing a cowboy hat. You can imagine my disappointment when I arrived home and began flicking through the pages and it was all about the sea.
I soon realised what a huge historical character was Lord Horatio Nelson and he became one of my boyhood heroes. When we think of Nelson, we tend not to recognise what an amazing one in a million shot it was by that French musketeer. Can you imagine in 1805, the heat of the Battle of Trafalgar, the British Royal Navy against the combined fleets of France and Spain, a defining moment in world history that would pave the way for more than a century of British global dominance. The cannon would have been deafening, smoke everywhere, and yet a French musketeer managed to steady himself enough on the rolling ship to fire an accurate shot that fatally wounded Lord Nelson, who was also standing on a rolling ship. Such a convenient outcome for the British rulers. No returning super hero to deal with. Nelson had already established a reputation as a free thinker whose success was partly founded on a greater concern for the men’s welfare than was the norm at that time. Instead of Britain continuing to benefit from the courage and wisdom of a great hero, the nation was left to mourn one of its finest sons.
The main aim of this short piece is for the benefit of those who haven’t studied much history. I would like to share with you what some of my research during the last decade or so has revealed and how it relates to our current situation.
Bolsheviks; the name of the group that was paid by Wall Street financiers to start the 1917 Russian Revolution, murder the Tsar and his family and found the Soviet Union. At school we were taught that the peasants were revolting. This wasn’t the case. A large number of the revolutionaries were born and trained in the United States. The Bolsheviks went on to murder well over 100 million people, maybe more than double that number, predominantly in Russia, Ukraine, Poland and Germany. Their crimes were, and continue to be hidden by the same mass media organisations that existed in 1917 and still exist today.
The Soviet Union ceased to exist in 1991 but the people who were in charge largely remained in charge of the 14 nations that replaced the former regime. During the last century their philosophy and methods have gradually infiltrated every nation on earth supported by bought politicians, civil servants and heads of institutions. Some describe this cancer as cultural Marxism named after Karl Marx, author of the Communist Manifesto. More fashionable titles that embrace cultural Marxism within their philosophy are globalists or the new world order.
The other giant totalitarian Communist state that emerged during the 20th century was China. The CCP (Chinese Communist Party) is still very much in control there. Similar to the Bolsheviks, individual human rights are not one of their priorities. Millions of Chinese who opposed the Communist regime were murdered.
Last week I read that a UK government coronavirus advisor objected to being questioned on television about their membership of the UK Communist Party. It should make everybody uncomfortable that live in a country where they imagine that liberty and human rights are routinely preserved to see Communists in high position or any position for that matter but it’s worse than that because the majority of Communists are not so obvious.
Our planet which always seems to have harboured totalitarianism somewhere on its surface is now in great danger of being entirely consumed by this beast. Subjective illusions of tolerance, diversity and sustainability are routinely presented as solutions when in reality they are the links in the chains that enslave us. Almost 30 years ago Soviet KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov described in a few interviews including this short summary here, the process whereby the United States would be subverted and become a Communist state. Right now the United States is literally hanging by a thread, what you might call, the last man barely standing against the Globalists/Communists, that might still prevent the fall of mankind into the kind of grim heartless globalist transhumanism described here. Are we capable of something greater?
It was sad to watch the rock & roll musician Eric Clapton, describing his traumatic pandemic experiences here. I was one of those born in the late 1950’s and early 60’s, the first generation subjected to mass popular culture promoted via television. Eric was one of the artists at the forefront of that indoctrination process.
At the age of 16 I was already addicted to popular music. There were many different styles or genre that allowed us to imagine our individuality. The reality was that almost without exception we were being put to sleep by the TV shows and music acts that offered a bait for every taste.
It was easy to see watching the Eric Clapton interview that during all these years as a performer Eric was just as asleep as his audience. Do we really imagine that those who control the purse strings will allow anything to reach the public consciousness unless it serves their interest? It is almost a law that anything widely popular is not good for us.
The most positive perspective on our current situation is how it has been possible for such a massive transformation in human behaviour to have taken place right across the planet in such a short space of time.
In theory this can be in any direction.
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