Always refreshing, but so rarely only happens when the Danish Martinus Thomsen’s (1890-1981) esoteric system gets some qualified, interested, moderately benevolent, resistance like this! (The section will be a kind of variant, with the same qualities, as the Nexus article from -82,I think.)
“Martinus Thomsen was in his thirties experiencing a transformative spiritual experience. He received strong divine light, and met a Christ figure. This led to him receiving what he called cosmic consciousness. He spent the rest of his life writing down what had been revealed to him. The life’s work was named the Book of Life. The name Is also the Third Testament.
We talk to Mikael Krall and Olav Johansson about the man and the work.”
“Magical Thinking – About the Bigger Reality” #075 MARTINUS THOMSEN (2 h 2 min)
Link to podcast: https://bit.ly/3xk4VRL
An interview that evokes the thoughts of both those who interview, as it seems, and in me who listen.
Surely it’s about faith, for me (even if I’ve been cowardly out of? o hardly dealing with metaphysics anymore) and most people. But with the addition that perhaps there are others for whom the beliefs in this field (reincarnation for example) are actually knowing, I don’t know what’s possible, but I feel like I need to keep this open in the wigifying case.
Otherwise, I became some kind of… I don’t know what?… The philosopher of dissatisfaction who takes every opportunity to cause trouble just because… Or as if it were trapped in some belief of their own (either that something metaphysical is not found, or that in a matter of fact it is not possible to have self-perceived knowledge of this) … And that would be a kind of prison, that with, o waste of energy.
I have a great sympathy for the approach that the big questions, which Martinus and others have published the text about, would in fact lack answers. At the same time, can’t even your attitude include keeping life open might actually work in a certain way, o that others may have gained knowledge of this? It doesn’t cost anything, keep it open, I think.
But what would it take? It has to be a balancing act in higher school. Some kind of wonder yoga 😃