From The Lemurian Science of Compassion by the Seer Almine (2014). The third, and hitherto unpublished, part of the trilogy.
- Transformation, transmutation, and transfiguration — the three linear stages of change — have been like a walking stick to a blind man; a way for the Infinite to see Itself by mapping out a portion of Its Being.
- This same blindness, or inability to 'see' himself is found in the microcosm: man. He sees only the 'external' space, not the 'internal' space.
- The reason for man's blindness, is the concept of separate organs, rather than functioning from the oneness of seeing oneself as a field. The separate organs of the eyes, and the interpretive centers of the brain, only see a minute portion of existence and externalize all that is interpreted by the brain.
- Living in bondage to the tyranny of organs creates the illusion of beginnings and endings, and thereby perpetuates death.
- All outer senses must be experienced by our whole body and must be combined by the use of inner senses.
To be continued...