SOCT Paper 79
Spiritual Alchemy Thoughts
Note on Hermetic Alchemy by Kenneth Stien
""The Soul mediates between immaterial realities of the Divine Mind and the Physical Universe of imperfection, flux, and indeterminate change. Looking upward, it receives the divine Ideas; looking downward it circulates them in the Physical Universe. The individual soul is a part of Soul. It contains latently all the perfect immaterial ideas. But, it falls to the lower plane, becoming wrapped increasingly in materializing envelopes, which cause it to forget its true origin and the true structure of things. It nonetheless seeks the good, the apex of the pyramid, the union of thought and being; but it accepts as real the material universe and being locked into its separations and disjunctions, its distractions, indeterminateness, and constant change. Thus, it can become contaminated and require regeneration."
~ Kenneth Stien
“There is no quarrel between science and spirituality. I often hear people of science trying to use it to prove the nonexistence of the spiritual, but I simply can't see a chasm in between the two. What is spiritual produces what is scientific and when science is used to disprove the spiritual, it's always done with the intent to do so; a personal contempt. As a result, scientists today only prove their inferiority to the great founding fathers of the sciences who were practitioners of alchemy. Today's science is washed-out and scrubbed-down and robbed of everything mystical and spiritual, a knowledge born of contempt and discontent. Or perhaps, there are a few who wish to keep those secrets to themselves and serve everyone else up with a tasteless version of science and the idiots of today blindly follow their equally blind leaders.”
― C. JoyBell C.
“Sometimes I wonder how much of our suffering we allow or impose on ourselves simply in search of our worthiness to accept our own respect and appreciation.”
― Darrell Calkins,
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