I would rather say the sun of nescience.
Ignorance as bliss, then? At your soul's own peril, surely.
Oh! No I'm not "this type of person" even though any comment generally is the best utensil for “this sort of outlet”.I don’t think ignorance would lead to any holy peril: it has always been the surest way to manage people’s soul in the house of God. But I don’t give a flying angel fuck. Honestly I’m not that fond of justifying dumbness. I was just answering you. The concepts of Epoché and ataraxia interest me far more.
The work i posted would, i think, show too much of a discrepancy with the stuff on my own blog; the aggregate and diverse context of EBD looked more hospitable to it; I meant no discourtesy to this outlet."...'This sea where you are is the cloud where you are. If you pierce through your own cloud you reach Mine, but never will you be able to pierce through it or to reach Me. You are in your own cloud with nothing with you, and this cloud is the Self that it is your task to fulfill. The Divine Form requires that you be where you are.'I asked: 'O self of the Self, what shall i do without the Self?''Immerse yourself in it,'He replied. I threw myself from the vessel, naked, stripping myself of its darkness. I drowned myself and found repose. I am there for ever and ever, and am in existence nothing other than myself, freed from the pain of the quest. I then heard the call of the Self:'O he who is in all things! What can a thing do with a thing, when it is a thing?"- Ibn al 'Arabi
I would say you’re not agnostic. As the rejection of the holy knowledge, the gnosis, aimed at the rejection of the people in the church who pretended this knowledge belonged to them, I find agnosticism interesting. But I am not agnostic.
i would also say i'm not agnostic.i would, in fact, say i'm a believer, but no Gnostic.But i find Gnosticism interesting.
Assuming, of course, that we´re talking here about the early Christian sects covered by the blanket term of gnostics, all the Valentinians etc. I am of course very much convinced that there is such a thing as Sacred Knowledge/γνῶσις, and that it can be attained without mediation, & experienced as directly as rain on your head.
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