Clairvoyance and Consciousness
The Tao Impulse in Evolution
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|Format:||Paperback, 82 pages, 2nd Revised edition Edition|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 09 March 2012|
The explosion of spiritual teachings in recent times has offered countless paths to clairvoyant and metaphysical states of consciousness. This spiritual renaissance, including a renewed interest in Taoism, can be seen as a reflection of the modern individual's need to become aware of spiritual modes of perception and knowledge. However, many of these teachings lead to an ancient form of hazy, indistinct clairvoyance, argues Meyer, in direct opposition to clear, rational but spiritualised thought. Between Goethe's Taoism and Capra's Tao of Physics Meyer guides the reader to the most modern form of Taoism inherent in Rudolf Steiner's work, particularly his Philosophy of Spiritual Activity. Meyer traces the evolution of human consciousness, from the dreamy clairvoyance of Atlantis to the modern ability for clear abstract thought, and through to humanity's newly unfolding clairvoyant faculties.
About the Author
T.H. MEYER was born in Switzerland in 1950. He is the publisher of Perseus Verlag, Basel, and editor of the monthly journal Der Europaer. He has written numerous articles and is the author of several books including Rudolf Steiner's Core Mission, The Bodhisattva Question, Reality, Truth and Evil, and major biographies of D.N. Dunlop and Ludwig Polzer-Hoditz. He also edited Light for the New Millennium, Rudolf Steiner's Association with Helmuth and Eliza von Moltke.
'My appreciation increased steadily as I read on...' - Owen Barfield 'The Tao ... is something which was considered as a distant goal of the world and of humanity, the highest element which man carried as a germ within him, which would one day develop into a fully opened blossom from the innermost depths of human nature...' - Rudolf Steiner
|Publisher: ||Temple Lodge Publishing|
|Dimensions: ||21.0 x 13.0 x 0.0 centimeters (0.09 kg)|