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Reflections #4

Table of Contents Notes on a Psychotherapeutic Method Meditation Notes 1 Meditation Notes 2 Meditation Notes 3 Cosmos as Divinity A Provisional Synthesis Back to Isolation

A Provisional Synthesis

I Two great knowledge-systems rule the contemporary world: the morality of humanism and the metaphysics of science. Both are struggling to fight the decaying force of nihilism, toward which all knowledge systems are converging. But their struggle is helpless: soon you will see me hurl both into the black abyss. II Humanism and science exist […]

Cosmos as Divinity

The following is a section from an old essay of mine, “The Foundations of Wildist Ethics” (section III.B) It explains a little more what I’ve been reaching toward in Meditation Notes 1, 2, and 3. See also “Finding God in Wild Nature.” Once the supernatural is abolished with the razor of scientific thinking, one necessarily realizes […]

Meditation Notes 3

Lately I’ve been practicing some meditation techniques, per my stated goals in “Winter Rewilding 2017.” What follows will be contradictory, kind of crazy, and provisional. But the techniques call for absolute freedom of mind, so I’m going to just let loose and see what kind of insights they yield. As stated in “On My Ignorance and […]

Meditation Notes 2

Lately I’ve been practicing some meditation techniques, per my stated goals in “Winter Rewilding 2017.” What follows will be contradictory, kind of crazy, and provisional. But the techniques call for absolute freedom of mind, so I’m going to just let loose and see what kind of insights they yield. As stated in “On My Ignorance and […]

Meditation Notes 1

Lately I’ve been practicing some meditation techniques, per my stated goals in “Winter Rewilding 2017.” What follows will be contradictory, kind of crazy, and provisional. But the techniques call for absolute freedom of mind, so I’m going to just let loose and see what kind of insights they yield. As stated in “On My Ignorance and […]

Notes on a psychotherapeutic method

I. The world is fluid, constantly moving, shifting always, dividing men into several classes: those who try to conceal uncertainty with rigid symbolic systems — the fundamentalists; those who give up trying to conquer anything and let the world wash them away — the weak nihilists; those who deny their own will — the ascetics; and those who […]