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It has been said that growing old is your body slowly losing the fight against gravity.
The way I see it, gravity is what actually creates forms like ours. A being evolving in zero gravity would probably not need bones and certainly would not be oriented so that everything is geared to being pulled in one direction.
One of the best things I ever learned in a dance class is that the floor is our primary partner. Recently I have taken this insight further and would say that in a sense it is Gravity that is our primary partner in the dance of our physical lives.
I feel that it is my studying of Sacred geometry that lead me to physical body practices that involve exercise in relative freedom from gravity. I did a fair bit of work on a shoulder injury in a warm water pool, and when that became unavailable I discovered that a ‘Yoga Swing’ was an even better way to explore possibilities of movement normally prohibited by gravity.
Occultists have said that the law of gravity is one of the great secrets to be understood as we progress on the path of knowledge.
Well I guess thats a pretty rambling introduction to a discussion… but if anyone would like to go deeper into looking at the ways in which we can use gravity to become healthier and stronger rather letting it slowly weigh us down… lets talk
December 15, 2013
Gravity is certainly an interesting thing. It makes us strong enough to survive on our own planet and if for some reason we ever went to a planet with lower gravity we would become superhuman. Adversely of course if we went to Jupiter we would be squashed by the force. Although my question is are there pockets of other dimensions in our galaxy and if not are other galaxy’s in different dimensions that can be seen by our telescopes. The reason I raise this question is because I’m also curious if gravity is something found in our own dimension, but in others is not a concerning factor? What if in the 4th or 5th dimension gravity is simply an option you can choose but not a rule you must adhere to?
I have a related question Ginger… do other intelligent beings necessarily perceive a universe that looks like what we see when we look through our telescopes ? Do they even perceive Galaxies ? Given that we only began to perceive Galaxies less than 100 years ago …
Its the persistence of the illusion of reality that is its most mysterious feature. How can something so impossibly improbably continue to be there every time we wake up … until one day we dont …
December 15, 2013
There are other methods of observing the universe than just a telescope. After all you can observe how thought can affect water, and sound altering frequency’s. Why are humans such inquisitive creatures? Why must we continue to search for answers just to die in the end? But what if death wasn’t the end, what if our curious and creative endeavours in life help us to live after this life? What are we really trying to learn? What is the end goal to learning about our existence and why we are here?
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