Philosophy, Psychology, Stuart France

Ancient and Modern…


From a physiological perspective

it is at least possible,

that waking consciousness

is merely a phenomena of release

from the higher-state of dream consciousness.


Intuitively recognising this,

ancient man, as opposed to modern man,

existed in a vast living universe,

as a deliberately created being of the cosmos,

rather than as an accident of birth in an indifferent world.


Consequently, not only did ancient man inhabit the world,

but the world also lived within him.

4 thoughts on “Ancient and Modern…”

  1. I totally agree with this idea. Brilliant writing. Over time since I have been studying with The Silent Eye Mystery School, I have learned so much and I have been very glad to be able to finally begin to understand such issues about our consciousness, our origins, and other deep issues that I have thought about over the years. Thank you one and all for helping us all to look at our existence here on earth with everyone and everything else that lives and exists here in this world. I was long thinking that if anyone, any creature, any blade of grass, or any grain of sand did not belong here, they would not be here. This is indeed a really different way of explaining our existence and our consciousness that makes total sense. Thank you kindly once again.

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