Time. Time's one of those strange things that we deal with. We tend to have a need to sort of get everything to conform, you know, the homogenized world. But timings, timings are so different.
In reflecting on Lao Tzu, the thing that was interesting about him is that he had absolutely no faith in human beings. He had no faith in terms of what human beings and their minds were doing.
I have the privilege of having lived long enough to see the substantiation of the underlying physics of imprinting—the neutrino with mass being scientifically verified—and the statistical verification of the division of humanity consistently into specific Types and Profiles.
What is important for you to take from today is a new perspective, to begin to look at what the not-self is as a manifested existence, as a manifested form, to see it alive and well in the world around you.
My first love in the Esoteric was the stars. It was really the first thing that in what was a time of sort of strangeness for me, it was the first thing that really got a hold of me.
One of the things that is so obvious about homogenization is that privilege is inherited, and the inheritance of privilege leads to class.