The Tale of the Rose - A Quantum Historyby Michal Deschausses
Each human lives their personal myth which is just as real as the visible third dimensional world. Most
The archetypal substance of mythology, whether viewed as physical or ethereal, is the form and multidimensional tale of the inner world as it relates to the outer world. This is the dwelling place of deepest subconsciousness, as well as highest consciousness.
Each human lives their personal myth which is just as real as the visible third dimensional world. Most people are externally unaware of their own trinity and unknowing of their personal myth as well as the many interdimensional bodies of which they are comprised. However, deep at the root of SELF, the personal myth lurks, often striking at the surface commanding attention, and frequently creating what is known to the uninitiated as phenomena. During the personal rise to consciousness, on the road to union and reunion of opposites, the seeker learns to bridge gaps between dimensions of the inner and outer SELF and integrate many faces into one whole being - part of the ALL in ALL - the triplistic, divine Macrocosm. The language of mythology then becomes comprehensible and even preferable to the culturally limited, external human dialogues. At some level all humans understand this archetypal, symbolic language. The language of archetypes requires no literal translation. This is the mythological language of the soul with its rhythm and meter harmonizing with the cosmic dance of the universe bonding together in common understanding the Macrocosm and the Microcosm.
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