The mirror of the west forms from the desire to define and know the self. Although the quest for self-knowledge is a way to guide our journey beyond the stagnation of the familiar into the fresh resources bestowed on travelers into the unknowable, it is just a game. We have to remember that the journey serves a purpose, but it is based on an impossible premise: That the true self can be known.
The desire for a tribe stems from the fallacy that we can know ourselves by surrounding ourselves with others who have similarities we share. This creates stagnation within the mirrored world of uniformity.
To correct these skewed perceptions there are 9 Principles for Feeling at Home with our Vastness. When these are expressed, the need for identity through self-knowledge, as well as the need for creating a reference point by belonging to a tribe, disappears. These needs are the direct result of the fear of our vastness.
The Seer Almine
Nine Principles for Feeling at Home with our Vastness
- Becoming Nomads of Infinity following the trails of inspiration
- Seeing oneself as the Door of Everything – the open portal between inner and outer space
- The expanded lightness of being, by dissolving the reference point of identity
- Being comfortable with becoming the contradiction by living inner and outer realities at once
- Becoming the unique perspective of the Infinite by masterfully manifesting the fluid reference point of delight
- Stepping out of the ring of combat by engulfing the storm
- The awakened reality of the vibrant existence of the master at one with all things
- Releasing the anchors of agenda-driven relationships
- Using the inner senses to map out the fluid vastness of inner space