The Simple Mind Or the Truth of Genius

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Zohar Publications, 2007 - Religion - 104 pages
The following chapters will be dedicated to practical mysticism or the human pursuit of union with Reality. The definition of Reality in this sense can be summed up with the meaning of the Bhagavad Gita ; AS IT IS. This will be achieved by the process of the psyche that leads to Genius, or the simplification of the mind. This in itself has the ring of being irreconcilable opposites, yet patience will demonstrate through the wisdom of knowledge; genius is a simplicity the average person has abandoned in pursuit of self interest and arrogance. Finally, it will be stated Genius is something received, like the filling up of an empty vessel, not to the credit of the greatness of certain individuals. It is for all who chose humility and kindness, with the ultimate goal of uniting with the All in All.

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