Consciousness - an animation of Spirit

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obistra | 07 de agosto de 2006

This is a very cool original animation by Louis Lefebvre which chronicles the...

obistra | 07 de agosto de 2006

This is a very cool original animation by Louis Lefebvre which chronicles the evolution of Consciousness from its inanimate state into human form and then back through spiritual seeking to Oneness. Its inspiration is the spiritual teaching of Wayne Liquorman and Ramesh S. Balsekar.

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  • The entire universe in a 2-min clip


    I Mean, Ive been reading Plato Schopenhauer, Nietzche, Hegel, Hindu philosophy, Zen Budism, TAoism, and so on.

    And here, you come: HOW DARE YOU? HEre you come and explain the same thing, so simple.

    Thank you.

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  • this clip imply' s that man makes God out of His own imagination.

    The opposite is true, and said thousands of years ago.

    God made man in His own Image.

    2000 year old proverb,' A fool says in his heart, 'there is no God"

    What is new is not true, what is true is not new.

  • @CrazyFoxAstral yea, I didn't get it either. Praying didn't help to get through so he stuck his head into it? and what was that suppose to me?

  • Very good.

  • @PurpleNurpleUrple Nothing else can be me. Only myself is me, and myself is the Soul which is the primeval Human Supra-Mega Consciousness. Everything else is separate but might be a part of my flesh or of my system.

  • @brahmanatushar You could measure any 2 cells in your body and examine the differences but although they are distinct and separated, are they not you?

  • I didn't really understand every part of this animation, could some friendly soul who got time on their hands please explain this video to me?

    Thank you

  • Can't agree. Two different persons are two totally different and separate independent consciousness. No two or more humans are joined into one consciousness. The Science of Supreme Nature does not agrees.

  • @Deppell -"zombies pretending to be human"?? Really?? If that is part of the basis for your point of view, then our disagreement makes good sense to me. I perceive myself and you perceive yourself - I choose to believe human beings are real - not zombies pretending. I base my beliefs on my own experience, not pretend zombies. You can believe whatever you want, even if those beliefs are based on imaginary zombies. I choose to believe something else. This is made possible separateness -

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