Edgar Cayce on Atlantis (Edgar Cayce Series) by Edgar Evans Cayce

By Edgar Evans Cayce

Drawing on his readings, and put in the context of reincarnation, Edgar Cayce bargains proof of the civilisation of Atlantis - displaying how its achievements and screw ups at once relate to the clash and confusion of this present day.

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James concludes his discussion of spontaneous religious mystical experiences and, perhaps, the ladder of mysticism as well with the mystical experience of Dr. R. M. 68 This experience of what Bucke terms "cosmic consciousness" occurred while Bucke was riding home in a hansom after an evening of philosophical discussion with friends. "69 At first, Bucke thought that the world around him was on fire, but he then realized that the fire was actually burning inside of himself. "70 As part of his illumination, Buckle also because assured that he had "eternal life"then and always, and "that the cosmic order is such that without any peradventure all things work together for the good of each and all; that the foundation principle of the world, of all the worlds, is what we call love, and that the happiness of each and all < previous page page_36 If you like this book, buy it!

It creates the rank and file of believers. 13 James's "mystical germ" appears to have been nurtured by a few personal experiences that could certainly, in James's sense of the word, be called mystical. One of these experiences occurred in 1898. James was in the Adirondack Mountains, one of his favorite spots in which to escape from the pressures and demands of both domestic and academic life. He had climbed for five hours up New York's highest peak, the 5,344 foot Mt. Marcy; after hearing the sounds of axes in the valley below, he hiked for another hour to Panther Lodge Camp, where he met a group of young female college students.

The four "marks" of ineffability, noetic quality, transiency, and passivity) is a definition of mystical experience, in actuality, this discussion is not so much a definition as it is a phenomenological description of the most widely found qualities in most mystical experiences. However, a close investigation of James's work on mysticism as a whole does reveal an implicit definition of mystical experience. Mystical experiences for James (I will claim) are experiences of powerful, transformative, personally interpreted, contacts with transnatural realities.

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