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  • It is most important to recognize that this fate is related to the sense of “noumenous” or divine power before that power had gone through the ethical phase of evolution which divided its good from its evil component.



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  • Do you mean numinous?

    April 9, 2007

  • Brahman tends to be conceived as the atman (the noumenous self) beyond material reality. View the awakening of the consciousness as the noumenous root of the manifest self. This realization is not an internally based and non-phenomenal atman (or a soul) but Brahman (the Transcendental or Self-Existing Reality). The idea of such a soul is based on the sense of a noumenous and undying force of being, underneath the mechanics of the body-mind locus. The narcissism of subjective inversion as well as the conventionality and inherent contractedness of phenomenal attention in any form is thus thoroughly inspected.

    April 8, 2007