According to the front page, yes, The Force is an underlying foundation of the universe. But what that means is not so simple when we consider modern awareness of what we know about the universe and about our own psychology. I would suggest continuing your IP progress and pay particular attention to the lesson with Alan Watts once you get there. You don't have to necessarily agree or disagree with him, but do at least try to understand as much as you can what he's getting at and why. It is all very relevant to this topic so I hope it gives you a better understanding of what is going on here with how we talk about the Force.
It seems that I know that I know.
What I would like to see is the 'I' that knows me when I know that I know that I know.
- Alan Watts
Here in the states , cops are a strange thing. Like most things , change comes from action. Here is no exception.
My dealings with police isn’t a good thing when it happens. At that point all avenues are taken or tried.
Cops are my last resort always. Citizens have a very unique ability to mob or...
The more I study and learn about other cultures' mythologies the more I find I agree with your analysis.
I used to adore Campbell...now, not so much. You're right. He oversimplifies, makes egregious errors in both thinking and interpretation, and is so vague and general so as to be fairly insulting...
The first generation of true invisibility!
"Canadian camouflage manufacturer Hyperstealth Biotechnology has applied for patents on its ‘Quantum Stealth’ material.
The ‘inexpensive and paper-thin’ technology works by bending light around a target to either alter its position or make it...
If anyone on this thread is still interested in this, I have started leading a Liturgical Service on Sunday evenings.
If you would like to look at, or even practice, the liturgy, just drop me a line- I am having troubles uploading it on here :)
um. EXACTLY. This is why, I, being verbosity incarnate, recommended a much more concise version.
A creed, is more kinda targeted to what you do in the ideal. I would say, "A Jedi strives to....", etc. to indicate that we too have standards and that we too can miss the mark. But having standards...