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A Westward Reaping Shall We Go

The idea of the west is fertile in the poetic imagination: To the ancient Greeks, from, Odysseus onward, the West was the place of the Hesperides, those mystical islands located at the furthest western boundary of knowledge, where the golden … Continue reading

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The Guru of the Inner-Ear

3. The Guru of the Inner-Ear Then the [Supreme Source], mind of perfect purity, spoke about “How I have become in the past the maker of all things:” Much prefer the translation for this from the text, The Supreme Source: … Continue reading

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