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Ascesis as Liberative Technique

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For Evola ascesis was disassociated from morbid religious connotations, those negative self-afflictions that Nietzsche found so revolting—a sickness of the soul. What is needed is a return to its original impetus: The original meaning of the term ascesis – from … Continue reading

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Take the Blue pill…or the Red pill

6. The Inconceivable Liberation, cont’d Then, the Licchavi Vimalakirti said to the crown prince, Manjusri, “Manjusri, you have already been in innumerable hundreds of thousands of buddha-fields throughout the universes of the ten directions. In which buddha-field did you see … Continue reading

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