• The Phoenix from the ashes

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    24-08-2016 0 comments

    The Phoenix from the ashes

    Achieving enlightenment towards an understanding of the purely human, I tried to formulate in the book 'Seek the light that rises in the west'. Here is a quote at the heart of this enlightenment. 'Now comes the point where we engage the forces at our disposal and move ourselves into the transition from not-thinking to think... read more...

  • To square the beasts

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    17-08-2016 4 comments

    To square the beasts

    Of course it is always possible to state the opposite - and still speak the truth. So we could say: people don't think at all, the animals are better thinkers than human beings. Look at the bees, what a wonderful pure thinking they display by doing their bee-being. The actions of the animals display a complicated thinking. B... read more...

  • Becoming free - part 2

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    10-08-2016 7 comments

    Becoming free - part 2

    Thinking is a purely human faculty. Our consciousness is filled with thoughts, they go on and on, they make us happy, they bring stress, they make us sad. In the night they still persist, although our awareness of them vanishes. Only in dreams can we perceive that they are still there, showing themselves in more or less fant... read more...

  • Becoming free...

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    03-08-2016 10 comments

    Becoming free...

    'People absolutely ‘unlearned’ thinking. They only think with the thoughts of people they recognise as authorities. People will have to learn to think themselves; every human being must start to think by himself. Otherwise they will be influenced by the spiritual world, precisely because they don't believe in it,... read more...

  • Why should we develop a pure and independent thinking?

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    27-07-2016 12 comments

    Why should we develop a pure and independent thinking?

    We don't think the thoughts of Aristotle only because we need the contents. We think along with his thoughts because we learn to know a certain thinking skill that comes from the old Greek period, but that still isn't a skill that human beings have developed in general. Why should we? I quote from a lecture that Rudolf St... read more...