classes ::: programming, josh, class, map, injunction, noun, favorite,
children :::
branches ::: project, project.

Instances, Classes, See Also, Object in Names
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object:project
class:programming
class:josh
class:class
class:map
class:injunction
word class:noun
--- POTENTIALS
  Daily inspiration video
  twitter bot (it could be good advertising via quotes) (perhaps when T1 reaches 365)
--- POW
--- DO
  mem3
  readSavitri
  TSOY+TLD
  132
--- BECOME
--- PROGRAMMING
  chat server off discord, keys(+ mem / T*)
  PYTHON
  chatbot.py
  curses: pydesk
  crypto analysis,
  BASH
  aplay,
  commands
  RACKET
  wordlist-terminal
  j-rl/p1, playing-around-multiworkers11, racket game engine, draw-animator.rkt, reader.rkt
  WEB
  SMB, IP.net, theinfinitelibrary.net, the Internet Nexus
  GML:
  GAME.gml
  CPP:
  C:
  AHK
  command genie
  DBS
    wordlist,
    keys,
    full2.4,
    wiki,
    keys,
    Code,
    main,
    no,
    evernote,
    integralperfection,
    integralnexus,
    spiritmindbody
  related:
  goals, todo, POW
  verbs
  the Evocation
class:favorite


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anew-book
Artifical_Intelligence
creating_a_world
Cyberdeck
daily_inspiration_video
do
Game_Engine
IDS_(roomlist)
Infinite_Library
Integral_Discord_Server
integralperfection.weebly.com
keys_(database)
lifeline
log_other
memcards
project_0001
Pyramid_of_Works
Savitri
School
spiritmindbody.weebly.com
the_Game
three_js
todo_(here)
wordlist
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class
favorite
favorites
injunction
josh
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--- SEE ALSO


--- SIMILAR TITLES [3]


project
project.
project 0001
The Atman Project
select ::: Being, God, injunctions, media, place, powers, subjects,
favorite ::: cwsa, everyday, grade, mcw, memcards (table), project, project 0001, Savitri, the Temple of Sages, three js, whiteboard,
temp ::: consecration, experiments, knowledge, meditation, psychometrics, remember, responsibility, temp, the Bad, the God object, the Good, the most important, the Ring, the source of inspirations, the Stack, the Tarot, the Word, top priority, whiteboard,

--- DICTIONARIES (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)


projected ::: thrust outward or forward; hurled.

projected ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Project

projectile ::: a. --> Projecting or impelling forward; as, a projectile force.
Caused or imparted by impulse or projection; impelled forward; as, projectile motion. ::: n. --> A body projected, or impelled forward, by force;

projecting ::: p. pr. & vb. n. --> of Project

projection ::: n. --> The act of throwing or shooting forward.
A jutting out; also, a part jutting out, as of a building; an extension beyond something else.
The act of scheming or planning; also, that which is planned; contrivance; design; plan.
The representation of something; delineation; plan; especially, the representation of any object on a perspective plane, or such a delineation as would result were the chief points of the object

projectment ::: n. --> Design; contrivance; projection.

projector ::: n. --> One who projects a scheme or design; hence, one who forms fanciful or chimerical schemes.

project ::: n. --> The place from which a thing projects, or starts forth.
That which is projected or designed; something intended or devised; a scheme; a design; a plan.
An idle scheme; an impracticable design; as, a man given to projects. ::: v. t.

projecture ::: n. --> A jutting out beyond a surface.

Projection ::: In Psychoanalytic Theory, the defense mechanism whereby we transfer or project our feelings about one person onto another.



Projective Techniques ::: A generic term for the psychological procedures used to measure personality which rely on ambiguous stimuli.



Projection: (Lat. projectio, from projicere, to throw forward) The mental act of attributing to sensations or sense qualia, an external and independent existence. The projection theory of Condillac and other sensationalists (see Sensationalism) asserts that sensations are first experienced as subjective states and are subsequently externalized by a special act of mind. Helmholtz restricted projection to spatial projection (the localization of sensations in space at a certain distance from the body) but the more general usage is preferable. -- L.W.

Project method: An education method which makes use of practical activities, organizing the scholastic work of the child about complex enterprises, such as making a garden, planning a circus. -- J.E.B.

PROJECT
Subsystem of ICES. Sammet 1969, p.616.

project assurance
The process of specifying the support system: techniques,
internal standards, measurements, tools, and training for a
project; counselling the project team in the application of
these elements and monitoring the adherence to the standards.

Project Athena
<project> A {distributed system} project for support of
educational and research computing at {MIT}. Much of the
software developed is now in wider use, especially the {X
Window System}.
(2000-02-24)

Project Guardian
<project, security> A project which grew out of the {ARPA}
support for {Multics} and the sale of Multics systems to the
US Air Force. The USAF wanted a system that could be used to
handle more than one security classification of data at a
time. They contracted with {Honeywell} and {MITRE
Corporation} to figure out how to do this. Project Guardian
led to the creation of the {Access Isolation Mechanism}, the
forerunner of the {B2} labeling and star property support in
Multics. The {DoD Orange Book} was influenced by the
experience in building secure systems gained in Project
Guardian.
(1997-01-29)

projection
In domain theory, a {function}, f, which is (a)
{idempotent}, i.e. f(f(x))=f(x) and (b) whose result is no
more defined than its argument. E.g. F(x)=bottom or F(x)=x.
In {reduction} systems, a function which returns some
{component} of its argument. E.g. head, tail, \ (x,y) . x.
In a {graph reduction} system the function can just return a
pointer to part of its argument and does not need to build any
new graph.
(1997-01-29)

projective plane
The space of {equivalence classes} of {vectors}
under non-zero {scalar} multiplication. Elements are sets of
the form
{kv: k != 0, k scalar, v != O, v a vector}
where O is the origin. v is a representative member of this
equivalence class.
The projective plane of a {vector space} is the collection of
its 1-dimensional {subspaces}. The properties of the vector
space induce a {topology} and notions of {smoothness} on the
projective plane.
A projective plane is in no meaningful sense a plane and would
therefore be (but isn't) better described as a "projective
space".
(1996-09-28)

Project MAC
<project> A project suggested by J C R Licklider; its founding
director was {MIT} Prof. Robert M Fano. MAC stood for
Multiple Access Computers on the 5th floor of Tech Square, and
Man and Computer on the 9th floor. The major efforts were
Corbato's {Multics} development and {Marvin Minsky}'s
{Artificial Intelligence} Laboratory. In 1963 Project MAC
hosted a summer study, which brought many well-known computer
scientists to Cambridge to use {CTSS} and to discuss the
future of computing.
Funding for Project MAC was provided by the Information
Processing Techniques Office of the {Advanced Research
Projects Agency} (ARPA) of the US Department of Defense.
See also {Early PL/I}, {MacLisp}, {MACSYMA}, {MDL},
{Multipop-68}, {OCAL}.
(1997-01-29)

project management
<project, job> The process of planning, organising, staffing,
directing and controlling the production of a system.
Software tools are available to help with this, e.g. {PERT}
chart editors.
(1998-12-12)

project planning
{project management}

projected ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Project

projectile ::: a. --> Projecting or impelling forward; as, a projectile force.
Caused or imparted by impulse or projection; impelled forward; as, projectile motion. ::: n. --> A body projected, or impelled forward, by force;

projecting ::: p. pr. & vb. n. --> of Project

projection ::: n. --> The act of throwing or shooting forward.
A jutting out; also, a part jutting out, as of a building; an extension beyond something else.
The act of scheming or planning; also, that which is planned; contrivance; design; plan.
The representation of something; delineation; plan; especially, the representation of any object on a perspective plane, or such a delineation as would result were the chief points of the object

projectment ::: n. --> Design; contrivance; projection.

projector ::: n. --> One who projects a scheme or design; hence, one who forms fanciful or chimerical schemes.

project ::: n. --> The place from which a thing projects, or starts forth.
That which is projected or designed; something intended or devised; a scheme; a design; a plan.
An idle scheme; an impracticable design; as, a man given to projects. ::: v. t.

projecture ::: n. --> A jutting out beyond a surface.

Projection: In occult terminology, the releasing of the astral body from limitations of time and space. (See: astray projection.)

project assurance ::: The process of specifying the support system: techniques, internal standards, measurements, tools, and training for a project; counselling the project team in the application of these elements and monitoring the adherence to the standards.

Project Athena ::: (project) A distributed system project for support of educational and research computing at MIT. Much of the software developed is now in wider use, especially the X Window System.(2000-02-24)

Project Guardian ::: (project, security) A project which grew out of the ARPA support for Multics and the sale of Multics systems to the US Air Force. The USAF wanted a Multics. The DoD Orange Book was influenced by the experience in building secure systems gained in Project Guardian. (1997-01-29)

projection ::: (theory) In domain theory, a function, f, which is (a) idempotent, i.e. f(f(x))=f(x) and (b) whose result is no more defined than its argument. E.g. F(x)=bottom or F(x)=x.In reduction systems, a function which returns some component of its argument. E.g. head, tail, \ (x,y) . x. In a graph reduction system the function can just return a pointer to part of its argument and does not need to build any new graph. (1997-01-29)

projective plane ::: (mathematics) The space of equivalence classes of vectors under non-zero scalar multiplication. Elements are sets of the form {kv: k != 0, k scalar, v != O, v a vector} where O is the origin. v is a representative member of this equivalence class.The projective plane of a vector space is the collection of its 1-dimensional subspaces. The properties of the vector space induce a topology and notions of smoothness on the projective plane.A projective plane is in no meaningful sense a plane and would therefore be (but isn't) better described as a projective space. (1996-09-28)

Project MAC ::: (project) A project suggested by J C R Licklider; its founding director was MIT Prof. Robert M Fano. MAC stood for Multiple Access Computers on the 5th well-known computer scientists to Cambridge to use CTSS and to discuss the future of computing.Funding for Project MAC was provided by the Information Processing Techniques Office of the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) of the US Department of Defense.See also Early PL/I, MacLisp, MACSYMA, MDL, Multipop-68, OCAL. (1997-01-29)

project management ::: (project, job) The process of planning, organising, staffing, directing and controlling the production of a system. Software tools are available to help with this, e.g. PERT chart editors. (1998-12-12)

PROJECT ::: Subsystem of ICES. Sammet 1969, p.616.

Project - A broad, complex, multidisciplinary approach to the production of a good or service.

Project costing - A cost system that collects information on activities and costs associated with a specific activity, project, or program.

Projection - An approximation or prediction of future events. Usually a projection is based on the known information and then used to estimate a future period but also taking into consideration events that could affect or influence the possible outcomes.

projectile: An object purturbed from stationary by a force before being subjected to air resistance and gravity only - where the effects of air resistance is generally understood to not reduce the speed of the object.

projection: Along a line, a mapping that identifies all points on the line to be the same point and applying the same to all lines parallel to the original line.

projection: defence mechanisms whereby which unwanted thoughts are externalised or projected onto someone else.


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1:Amid a multitude of projects, no plan is devised. ~ Publilius Syrus,
2:The higher we project our view and our aspiration, the greater the Truth that seeks to descend upon us. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine 1.27 - The Sevenfold Chord of Being,
3:Human thought creates what it imagines; the phantoms of superstition project their deformities on the astral light, and live upon the same terrors which give them birth. ~ Eliphas Levi,
4:A 'tulpa' is a consciously-projected thought-form or servitor, which may perform a particular task for a magician or act as a general 'helper'. They are of a similar nature to Spirit Desire-Forms. ~ Phil Hine, Aspects of Evocation ,
5:Creation is not a making of something out of nothing or of one thing out of another, but a self-projection of Brahman into the conditions of Space and Time ~ Sri Aurobindo, Isha Upanishad: Brahman Oneness of God and the World,
6:Nothing is impossible in this world. Firm determination, it is said, can move heaven and earth. Things appear far beyond one's power, because one cannot set his heart on any arduous project due to want of strong will. ~ Yamamoto Tsunetomo,
7:A Nirmita (sprul-pa) is an emanation or a manifestation. A Buddha or other realized being is able to project many such Nirmitas simultaneously in an infinite variety of forms. ~ John Myrdhin, The Golden Letters: The Three Statements of Garab Dorje ,
8:What we want... is for students to get more interested in things, more involved in them, more engaged in wanting to know; to have projects that they can get excited about and work on over long periods of time, to be stimulated to find things out on their own. ~ Howard Gardner,
9:A hundred things may be explained to you, a thousand things told, but one thing only should you grasp. Know one thing and everything is freed- remain within your inner nature, your Awareness. May I recognize all the manifestations that appear to me in the bardo (intermediate state) as being my own projections; emanations of my own mind. ~ Padmasambhava,
10:You need an infinite stretch of time ahead of you to start to think, infinite energy to make the smallest decision. The world is getting denser. The immense number of useless projects is bewildering. Too many things have to be put in to balance up an uncertain scale. You can't disappear anymore. You die in a state of total indecision. ~ Jean Baudrillard,
11:We need way more intimacy than nearly anyone considers normal. Always hungry for it, we seek solace and sustenance in the closest available substitutes: television, shopping, pornography, conspicuous consumption - anything to ease the hurt, to feel connected, or to project an image by which we might be seen and known, or at least see and know ourselves. ~ Charles Eisenstein,
12:To put it all very plainly, evolution can continue. It has already brought forth humans from amoebas- why on earth should we think that after that prodigious feat lasting billions of years, evolution just petered out and wound down? And if the ratio "amoeba to human" is repeated, the result could only be God. The mystics simply show us the stages of higher evolution leading to that Summit. ~ Ken Wilber, The Atman Project ,
13:Our mind is spinning around,About carrying out a lot of useless projects.It's a waste! Give it up!Thinking about the hundred plans you want to accomplish,With never enough time to finish them,Just weighs down your mind.You are completely distracted,By all of these projects, which never come to an end,But keep spreading out more, like ripples in water.Don't be a fool. For once, just sit tight. ~ Patrul Rinpoche,
14:The High-Subtle Self ::: "...cognitive style- actual intuition and literal inspiration, archetypal Form, audible illumination, revelations of light and sound affective elements- rapture, bliss, ecstatic release into superconsciousness motivational/conative factors-karuna, compassion, overwhelming love and gratefulness temporal mode- transtemporal, moving into eternity mode of self- archetypal-divine, overself, overmind." ~ Ken Wilber, The Atman Project pg.80 ,
15:You only know the universe according to the amount you know the shadows, and you are ignorant of the Real according to what you do not know of the person on which that shadow depends. Inasmuch as He has a shadow, He is known, and inasmuch as one is ignorant of what is in the essence of the shadow of the form which projects the shadow, he is ignorant of Allah. For that reason, we say that Allah is known to us from one aspect and not known to us from another aspect. ~ Ibn Arabi,
16:I AM NOW CLOSE TO 88 and I am confident that the only thing important about me is that I am an average healthy human. I am also a living case history of a thoroughly documented, half-century, search-and-research project designed to discover what, if anything, an unknown, moneyless individual, with a dependent wife and newborn child, might be able to do effectively on behalf of all humanity that could not be accomplished by great nations, great religions or private enterprise, no matter how rich or powerfully armed. ~ Buckminster Fuller, 1983 ,
17:She follows to the goal of those that are passing on beyond, she is the first in the eternal succession of the dawns that are coming, - Usha widens bringing out that which lives, awakening someone who was dead. . . . What is her scope when she harmonises with the dawns that shone out before and those that now must shine? She desires the ancient mornings and fulfils their light; projecting forwards her illumination she enters into communion with the rest that are to come. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine [Kutsu Angirasa - Rig Veda I. 113. 8,
18:The aim of a complete course of development is to divest the basic structures of any sense of exclusive self, and thus free the basic needs from their contamination by the needs of the separate self sense. When the basic structures are freed from the immortality projects of the separate self, they are free to return to their natural functional relationships .... when hungry, we eat; when tired, we sleep. The self has been returned to the Self, all self-needs have been met and discarded; and the basic needs alone remain. ~ Kwn Wilber, Integral Psychology p. 253,
19:Imaginary Bondage ::: Once you realize that all comes from within, that the world in which you live has not been projected onto you but by you, your fear comes to an end. Without this realization you identify yourself with externals, like the body, the mind, society, nation, humanity, even God or the Absolute. But these are all escapes from fear. It is only when you fully accept your responsibility for the little world in which you live and watch the process of its creation, preservation, and destruction, that you may be free from your imaginary bondage. ~ Nisargadatta, I Am That Talks with Sri Nisargadatta,
20:A bit of Prime, a bit of Matter, and a fair understanding of Life installs cybernetic devices and allows them to function; a blend of Forces and Prime conjures fire, wind, and light. With Correspondence alone, a skilled mage can step from one place to another without passing through the intervening space; add Time, and she can see past events in a distant place as well; add Forces, and she could project the images she sees upon a wall; use Matter and Correspondence instead, and she could open a door in one place, open another door in the next, and step between two doors that had not existed - and could not have existed - until that moment. ~ Mage 20th Anniversary Edition,
21:Although, with insight and good will, the shadow can to some extent be assimilated into the conscious personality, experience shows that there are certain features which offer the most obstinate resistance to moral control and prove almost impossible to influence. These resistances are usually bound up with projections, which are not recognized as such, and their recognition is a moral achievement beyond the ordinary. While some traits peculiar to the shadow can be recognized without too much difficulty as one's personal qualities, in this case both insight and good will are unavailing because the cause of the emotion appears to lie, beyond all possibility of doubt, in the other person. ~ Carl Jung, CW 9ii par. 16.,
22:The wand weapon similarily appears in a profusion of forms. As an instrument to assist the projection of the magical will onto the aetheric and material planes, it could be a general purpose sigil, an amulet, a ring, an enchanting mantra, or even an act or gesture one performs. As with the pentacle, there is a virtue in having a small, portable, and permanent device of this class, for power accrues to it with use. As with the cup, the power of the wand is partly to fascinate the surface functions of the mind and channel the forces concealed in the depths. Like the sword, the wand is manipulated in such a way as to describe vividly to the will and subconscious what is required of them. ~ Peter J Carroll, Liber Null ,
23:Imagine now that you're in your dream job. As you visualise it, try to write down as many key characteristics you envision the job to have. What type of company do you work for? Where is the company geographically based? What is your job title? What kind of projects do you work on? Which parts of those projects are you responsible for? How big is the team you're in? Who do you report to? Does anyone report to you? It's ok if you can't answer all of these right now, the aim here is to try and paint a picture of the type of job you're looking for. Even if that picture is still somewhat blurry after this exercise, at least you will have a canvas on which to start filling in the gaps. ~ Marcus Tomlinson, How to become an Expert Software Engineer ,
24:For primitive man the world is full of demons and mysterious powers which he fears; the whole of Nature is animated by these forces, which are nothing but man's own inner powers projected into the outside world. Christianity and modern science have de-demonized Nature, which means that the European has consistently taken back the demonic powers out of the world into himself, and has steadily loaded his unconscious with them. Out of man himself the demonic powers rise up in revolt against the supposed spiritual constraints of Christianity. The demons begin to break out in Baroque art: the columns writhe, the furniture sprouts satyr's feet. Man is slowly transformed into a uroboros, the "tail-eater" who devours himself, from ancient times a symbol of the demon-ridden man. ~ Carl Jung,
25:We already saw that in evolution each of these structures emerges as a substitute gratification, and is abandoned when it ceases to gratify. And we can see now that each of them emerges as a substitute in evolution because each was created as substitute in involution. The self can climb back up this involved chain of substitutes only by tasting them, finding them lacking, accepting their death, and thus transcending them (all of which the self in involution refused to do). But the self will evolve up the chain of being only to the point at which it will accept the substitute gratifications as satisfactory (bodily substitutes, or mental substitutes, or subtle ones, or causal ones). At that particular level, its incest settles in, it accepts its substitutes as real, its Eros wins out over Thanatos, it will not undergo the separation anxiety of transcending and dying to that level, and so evolution stops cold (for this lifetime). The self has, in this life, gotten as close as it can to the Source (while still imagining it is the Source) ~ Ken Wilber, The Atman Project ,
26:Integral Psychology presents a very complex picture of the individual. As he did previously in The Atman Project, at the back of the book Wilber has included numerous charts showing how his model relates to the work of a hundred or so different authors from East and West.5757. Wilber compares the models of Huston Smith, Plotinus, Buddhism, Stan Grof, John Battista, kundalini yoga, the Great Chain of Being, James Mark Baldwin, Aurobindo, the Kabbalah, Vedanta, William Tiller, Leadbeater, Adi Da, Piaget, Commons and Richards, Kurt Fisher, Alexander, Pascual-Leone, Herb Koplowitz, Patricia Arlin, Gisela Labouvie-Vief, Jan Sinnot, Michael Basseches, Jane Loevinger, John Broughton, Sullivan, Grant and Grant, Jenny Wade, Michael Washburn, Erik Erikson, Neumann, Scheler, Karl Jaspers, Rudolf Steiner, Don Beck, Suzanne Cook-Greuter, Clare Graves, Robert Kegan, Kohlberg, Torbert, Blanchard-Fields, Kitchener and King, Deirdre Kramer, William Perry, Turner and Powell, Cheryl Armon, Peck, Howe, Rawls, Piaget, Selman, Gilligan, Hazrat Inayat Khan, mahamudra meditation, Fowler, Underhill, Helminiak, Funk, Daniel Brown, Muhyddin Ibn 'Arabi, St. Palamas, classical yoga, highest tantra yoga, St Teresa, Chirban, St Dionysius, Patanjali, St Gregory of Nyssa, transcendental meditation, Fortune, Maslow, Chinen, Benack, Gardner, Melvin Miller, Habermas, Jean Houston, G. Heard, Lenski, Jean Gebser, A. Taylor, Jay Early, Robert Bellah, and Duane Elgin. ~ Frank Visser, Ken Wilber Thought as Passion ,
27:The second condition of consciousness is potential only to the human being and gained by an inner enlightening and transformation of the mind of ignorance; it is that in which the mind seeks for its source of knowledge rather within than without and becomes to its own feeling and self-experience, by whatever means, a mind, not of original ignorance, but of self-forgetful knowledge. This mind is conscious that the knowledge of all things is hidden within it or at least somewhere in the being, but as if veiled and forgotten, and the knowledge comes to it not as a thing acquired from outside, but always secretly there and now remembered and known at once to be true, - each thing in its own place, degree, manner and measure. This is its attitude to knowledge even when the occasion of knowing is some external experience, sign or indication, because that is to it only the occasion and its reliance for the truth of the knowledge is not on the external indication or evidence but on the inner confirming witness. The true mind is the universal within us and the individual is only a projection on the surface, and therefore this second state of consciousness we have either when the individual mind goes more and more inward and is always consciously or subconsciously near and sensitive to the touches of the universal mentality in which all is contained, received, capable of being made manifest, or, still more powerfully, when we live in the consciousness of universal mind with the personal mentality only as a projection, a marking board or a communicating switch on the surface. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga Towards the Supramental Time Vision,
28:30. Take the same position as heretofore and visualize a Battleship; see the grim monster floating on the surface of the water; there appears to be no life anywhere about; all is silence; you know that by far the largest part of the vessel is under water; out of sight; you know that the ship is as large and as heavy as a twenty-story skyscraper; you know that there are hundreds of men ready to spring to their appointed task instantly; you know that every department is in charge of able, trained, skilled officials who have proven themselves competent to take charge of this marvelous piece of mechanism; you know that although it lies apparently oblivious to everything else, it has eyes which see everything for miles around, and nothing is permitted to escape its watchful vision; you know that while it appears quiet, submissive and innocent, it is prepared to hurl a steel projectile weighing thousands of pounds at an enemy many miles away; this and much more you can bring to mind with comparatively no effort whateveR But how did the battleship come to be where it is; how did it come into existence in the first place? All of this you want to know if you are a careful observer. 31. Follow the great steel plates through the foundries, see the thousands of men employed in their production; go still further back, and see the ore as it comes from the mine, see it loaded on barges or cars, see it melted and properly treated; go back still further and see the architect and engineers who planned the vessel; let the thought carry you back still further in order to determine why they planned the vessel; you will see that you are now so far back that the vessel is something intangible, it no longer exists, it is now only a thought existing in the brain of the architect; but from where did the order come to plan the vessel? Probably from the Secretary of Defense; but probably this vessel was planned long before the war was thought of, and that Congress had to pass a bill appropriating the money; possibly there was opposition, and speeches for or against the bill. Whom do these Congressmen represent? They represent you and me, so that our line of thought begins with the Battleship and ends with ourselves, and we find in the last analysis that our own thought is responsible for this and many other things, of which we seldom think, and a little further reflection will develop the most important fact of all and that is, if someone had not discovered the law by which this tremendous mass of steel and iron could be made to float upon the water, instead of immediately going to the bottom, the battleship could not have come into existence at all. ~ Charles F Haanel, The Master Key System ,
29:Something happened to you before you were born, and this is what it was: STAGE ONE: THE CHIKHAI The events of the 49-day Bardo period are divided into three major stages, the Chikhai, the Chonyid, and the Sidpa (in that order). Immediately following physical death, the soul enters the Chikhai, which is simply the state of the immaculate and luminous Dharmakaya, the ultimate Consciousness, the BrahmanAtman. This ultimate state is given, as a gift, to all individuals: they are plunged straight into ultimate reality and exist as the ultimate Dharmakaya. "At this moment," says the Bardo Thotrol, "the first glimpsing of the Bardo of the Clear Light of Reality, which is the Infallible Mind of the Dharmakaya, is experienced by all sentient beings.''110 Or, to put it a different way, the Thotrol tells us that "Thine own consciousness, shining, void, and inseparable from the Great Body of Radiance, hath no birth, nor death, and is the Immutable Light-Buddha Amitabha. Knowing this is sufficient. Recognizing the voidness of thine own intellect to be Buddhahood ... is to keep thyself in the Divine Mind."110 In short, immediately following physical death, the soul is absorbed in and as the ultimate-causal body (if we may treat them together). Interspersed with this brief summary of the Bardo Thotrol, I will add my commentaries on involution and on the nature of the Atman project in involution. And we begin by noting that at the start of the Bardo experience, the soul is elevated to the utter heights of Being, to the ultimate state of Oneness-that is, he starts his Bardo career at the top. But, at the top is usually not where he remains, and the Thotrol tells us why. In Evans-Wentz's words, "In the realm of the Clear Light [the highest Chikhai stage] the mentality of a person . . . momentarily enjoys a condition of balance, of perfect equilibrium, and of [ultimate] oneness. Owing to unfamiliarity with such a state, which is an ecstatic state of non-ego, of [causal] consciousness, the . . . average human being lacks the power to function in it; karmic propensities becloud the consciousness-principle with thoughts of personality, of individualized being, of dualism, and, losing equilibrium, the consciousness-principle falls away from the Clear Light." The soul falls away from the ultimate Oneness because "karmic propensities cloud consciousness"-"karmic propensities'' means seeking, grasping, desiring; means, in fact, Eros. And as this Erosseeking develops, the state of perfect Oneness starts to "break down" (illusorily). Or, from a different angle, because the individual cannot stand the intensity of pure Oneness ("owing to unfamiliarity with such a state"), he contracts away from it, tries to ''dilute it," tries to extricate himself from Perfect Intensity in Atman. Contracting in the face of infinity, he turns instead to forms of seeking, desire, karma, and grasping, trying to "search out" a state of equilibrium. Contraction and Eros-these karmic propensities couple and conspire to drive the soul away from pure consciousness and downwards into multiplicity, into less intense and less real states of being. ~ Ken Wilber, The Atman Project ,
30:28 August 1957Mother, Sri Aurobindo says here: "Whether the whole of humanity would be touched [by the Supramental influence] or only a part of it ready for the change would depend on what was intended or possible in the continued order of the universe."The Supramental Manifestation, SABCL, Vol. 16, p. 56What is meant by "what was intended or possible"? The two things are different. So far you have said that if humanity changes, if it wants to participate in the new birth...It is the same thing. But when you look at an object on a certain plane, you see it horizontally, and when you look at the same object from another plane, you see it vertically. (Mother shows the cover and the back of her book.) So, if one looks from above, one says "intended"; if one looks from below, one says "possible".... But it is absolutely the same thing, only the point of view is different.But in that case, it is not our incapacity or lack of will to change that makes any difference.We have already said this many a time. If you remain in a consciousness which functions mentally, even if it is the highest mind, you have the notion of an absolute determinism of cause and effect and feel that things are what they are because they are what they are and cannot be otherwise.It is only when you come out of the mental consciousness completely and enter a higher perception of things - which you may call spiritual or divine - that you suddenly find yourself in a state of perfect freedom where everything is possible.(Silence)Those who have contacted that state or lived in it, even if only for a moment, try to describe it as a feeling of an absolute Will in action, which immediately gives to the human mentality the feeling of being arbitrary. And because of that distortion there arises the idea - which I might call traditional - of a supreme and arbitrary God, which is something most unacceptable to every enlightened mind. I suppose that this experience badly expressed is at the origin of this notion. And in fact it is incorrect to express it as an absolute Will: it is very, very, very different. It is something else altogether. For, what man understands by "Will" is a decision that is taken and carried out. We are obliged to use the word "will", but in its truth the Will acting in the universe is neither a choice nor a decision that is taken. What seems to me the closest expression is "vision". Things are because they are seen. But of course "seen", not seen as we see with these eyes.(Mother touches her eyes...) All the same, it is the nearest thing.It is a vision - a vision unfolding itself.The universe becomes objective as it is progressively seen.And that is why Sri Aurobindo has said "intended or possible". It is neither one nor the other. All that can be said is a distortion.(Silence)Objectivisation - universal objectivisation - is something like a projection in space and time, like a living image of what is from all eternity. And as the image is gradually projected on the screen of time and space, it becomes objective:The Supreme contemplating His own Image. ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1957-1958 ,
31:"The beings who were always appearing and speaking to Jeanne d'Arc would, if seen by an Indian, have quite a different appearance; for when one sees, one projects the forms of one's mind.... You have the vision of one in India whom you call the Divine Mother; the Catholics say it is the Virgin Mary, and the Japanese call it Kwannon, the Goddess of Mercy; and others would give other names. It is the same force, the same power, but the images made of it are different in different faiths." Questions and Answers 1929 - 1931 (21 April 1929)And then? You are not very talkative today! Is that all? You say that "each person has his own world of dreamimagery peculiar to himself." Ibid.Each individual has his own way of expressing, thinking, speaking, feeling, understanding. It is the combination of all these ways of being that makes the individual. That is why everyone can understand only according to his own nature. As long as you are shut up in your own nature, you can know only what is in your consciousness. All depends upon the height of the nature of your consciousness. Your world is limited to what you have in your consciousness. If you have a very small consciousness, you will understand only a few things. When your consciousness is very vast, universal, only then will you understand the world. If the consciousness is limited to your little ego, all the rest will escape you.... There are people whose brain and consciousness are smaller than a walnut. You know that a walnut resembles the brain; well these people look at things and don't understand them. They can understand nothing else except what is in direct contact with their senses. For them only what they taste, what they see, hear, touch has a reality, and all the rest simply does not exist, and they accuse us of speaking fancifully! "What I cannot touch does not exist", they say. But the only answer to give them is: "It does not exist for you, but there's no reason why it shouldn't exist for others." You must not insist with these people, and you must not forget that the smaller they are the greater is the audacity in their assertions. One's cocksureness is in proportion to one's unconsciousness; the more unconscious one is, the more is one sure of oneself. The most foolish are always the most vain. Your stupidity is in proportion to your vanity. The more one knows... In fact, there is a time when one is quite convinced that one knows nothing at all. There's not a moment in the world which does not bring something new, for the world is perpetually growing. If one is conscious of that, one has always something new to learn. But one can become conscious of it only gradually. One's conviction that one knows is in direct proportion to one's ignorance and stupidity. Mother, have the scientists, then, a very small consciousness? Why? All scientists are not like that. If you meet a true scientist who has worked hard, he will tell you: "We know nothing. What we know today is nothing beside what we shall know tomorrow. This year's discoveries will be left behind next year." A real scientist knows very well that there are many more things he doesn't know than those he knows. And this is true of all branches of human activity. I have never met a scientist worthy of the name who was proud. I have never met a man of some worth who has told me: "I know everything." Those I have seen have always confessed: "In short, I know nothing." After having spoken of all that he has done, all that he has achieved, he tells you very quietly: "After all, I know nothing." ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953 ,
32:This greater Force is that of the Illumined Mind, a Mind no longer of higher Thought, but of spiritual light. Here the clarity of the spiritual intelligence, its tranquil daylight, gives place or subordinates itself to an intense lustre, a splendour and illumination of the spirit: a play of lightnings of spiritual truth and power breaks from above into the consciousness and adds to the calm and wide enlightenment and the vast descent of peace which characterise or accompany the action of the larger conceptual-spiritual principle, a fiery ardour of realisation and a rapturous ecstasy of knowledge. A downpour of inwardly visible Light very usually envelops this action; for it must be noted that, contrary to our ordinary conceptions, light is not primarily a material creation and the sense or vision of light accompanying the inner illumination is not merely a subjective visual image or a symbolic phenomenon: light is primarily a spiritual manifestation of the Divine Reality illuminative and creative; material light is a subsequent representation or conversion of it into Matter for the purposes of the material Energy. There is also in this descent the arrival of a greater dynamic, a golden drive, a luminous enthousiasmos of inner force and power which replaces the comparatively slow and deliberate process of the Higher Mind by a swift, sometimes a vehement, almost a violent impetus of rapid transformation. But these two stages of the ascent enjoy their authority and can get their own united completeness only by a reference to a third level; for it is from the higher summits where dwells the intuitional being that they derive the knowledge which they turn into thought or sight and bring down to us for the mind's transmutation. Intuition is a power of consciousness nearer and more intimate to the original knowledge by identity; for it is always something that leaps out direct from a concealed identity. It is when the consciousness of the subject meets with the consciousness in the object, penetrates it and sees, feels or vibrates with the truth of what it contacts, that the intuition leaps out like a spark or lightning-flash from the shock of the meeting; or when the consciousness, even without any such meeting, looks into itself and feels directly and intimately the truth or the truths that are there or so contacts the hidden forces behind appearances, then also there is the outbreak of an intuitive light; or, again, when the consciousness meets the Supreme Reality or the spiritual reality of things and beings and has a contactual union with it, then the spark, the flash or the blaze of intimate truth-perception is lit in its depths. This close perception is more than sight, more than conception: it is the result of a penetrating and revealing touch which carries in it sight and conception as part of itself or as its natural consequence. A concealed or slumbering identity, not yet recovering itself, still remembers or conveys by the intuition its own contents and the intimacy of its self-feeling and self-vision of things, its light of truth, its overwhelming and automatic certitude. ... Intuition is always an edge or ray or outleap of a superior light; it is in us a projecting blade, edge or point of a far-off supermind light entering into and modified by some intermediate truth-mind substance above us and, so modified, again entering into and very much blinded by our ordinary or ignorant mind substance; but on that higher level to which it is native its light is unmixed and therefore entirely and purely veridical, and its rays are not separated but connected or massed together in a play of waves of what might almost be called in the Sanskrit poetic figure a sea or mass of stable lightnings. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine ,
33:STAGE TWO: THE CHONYID The Chonyid is the period of the appearance of the peaceful and wrathful deities-that is to say, the subtle realm, the Sambhogakaya. When the Clear Light of the causal realm is resisted and contracted against, then that Reality is transformed into the primordial seed forms of the peaceful deities (ishtadevas of the subtle sphere), and these in turn, if resisted and denied, are transformed into the wrathful deities. The peaceful deities appear first: through seven successive substages, there appear various forms of the tathagatas, dakinis, and vidyadharas, all accompanied by the most dazzlingly brilliant colors and aweinspiring suprahuman sounds. One after another, the divine visions, lights, and subtle luminous sounds cascade through awareness. They are presented, given, to the individual openly, freely, fully, and completely: visions of God in almost painful intensity and brilliance. How the individual handles these divine visions and sounds (nada) is of the utmost significance, because each divine scenario is accompanied by a much less intense vision, by a region of relative dullness and blunted illuminations. These concomitant dull and blunted visions represent the first glimmerings of the world of samsara, of the six realms of egoic grasping, of the dim world of duality and fragmentation and primitive forms of low-level unity. According to the Thotrol. most individuals simply recoil in the face of these divine illuminations- they contract into less intense and more manageable forms of experience. Fleeing divine illumination, they glide towards the fragmented-and thus less intense-realm of duality and multiplicity. But it's not just that they recoil against divinity-it is that they are attracted to the lower realms, drawn to them, and find satisfaction in them. The Thotrol says they are actually "attracted to the impure lights." As we have put it, these lower realms are substitute gratifications. The individual thinks that they are just what he wants, these lower realms of denseness. But just because these realms are indeed dimmer and less intense, they eventually prove to be worlds without bliss, without illumination, shot through with pain and suffering. How ironic: as a substitute for God, individuals create and latch onto Hell, known as samsara, maya, dismay. In Christian theology it is said that the flames of Hell are God's love (Agape) denied. Thus the message is repeated over and over again in the Chonyid stage: abide in the lights of the Five Wisdoms and subtle tathagatas, look not at the duller lights of samsara. of the six realms, of safe illusions and egoic dullness. As but one example: Thereupon, because of the power of bad karma, the glorious blue light of the Wisdom of the Dharmadhatu will produce in thee fear and terror, and thou wilt wish to flee from it. Thou wilt begat a fondness for the dull white light of the devas [one of the lower realms]. At this stage, thou must not be awed by the divine blue light which will appear shining, dazzling, and glorious; and be not startled by it. That is the light of the Tathagata called the Light of the Wisdom of the Dharmadhatu. Be not fond of the dull white light of the devas. Be not attached to it; be not weak. If thou be attached to it, thou wilt wander into the abodes of the devas and be drawn into the whirl of the Six Lokas. The point is this: ''If thou are frightened by the pure radiances of Wisdom and attracted by the impure lights of the Six Lokas [lower realms], then thou wilt assume a body in any of the Six Lokas and suffer samsaric miseries; and thou wilt never be emancipated from the Ocean of Samsara, wherein thou wilt be whirled round and round and made to taste the sufferings thereof." But here is what is happening: in effect, we are seeing the primal and original form of the Atman project in its negative and contracting aspects. In this second stage (the Chonyid), there is already some sort of boundary in awareness, there is already some sort of subject-object duality superimposed upon the original Wholeness and Oneness of the Chikhai Dharmakaya. So now there is boundary-and wherever there is boundary, there is the Atman project. ~ Ken Wilber, The Atman Project 129,
34:For instance, a popular game with California occultists-I do not know its inventor-involves a Magic Room, much like the Pleasure Dome discussed earlier except that this Magic Room contains an Omniscient Computer. To play this game, you simply "astrally project" into the Magic Room. Do not ask what "astral projection" means, and do not assume it is metaphysical (and therefore either impossible, if you are a materialist, or very difficult, if you are a mystic). Just assume this is a gedankenexperiment, a "mind game." Project yourself, in imagination, into this Magic Room and visualize vividly the Omniscient Computer, using the details you need to make such a super-information-processor real to your fantasy. You do not need any knowledge of programming to handle this astral computer. It exists early in the next century; you are getting to use it by a species of time-travel, if that metaphor is amusing and helpful to you. It is so built that it responds immediately to human brain-waves, "reading" them and decoding their meaning. (Crude prototypes of such computers already exist.) So, when you are in this magic room, you can ask this Computer anything, just by thinking of what you want to know. It will read your thought, and project into your brain, by a laser ray, the correct answer. There is one slight problem. The computer is very sensitive to all brain-waves. If you have any doubts, it registers them as negative commands, meaning "Do not answer my question." So, the way to use it is to start simply, with "easy" questions. Ask it to dig out of the archives the name of your second-grade teacher. (Almost everybody remembers the name of their first grade teacher-imprint vulnerability again-but that of the second grade teacher tends to get lost.) When the computer has dug out the name of your second grade teacher, try it on a harder question, but not one that is too hard. It is very easy to sabotage this machine, but you don't want to sabotage it during these experiments. You want to see how well it can be made to perform. It is wise to ask only one question at a time, since it requires concentration to keep this magic computer real on the field of your perception. Do not exhaust your capacities for imagination and visualization on your first trial runs. After a few trivial experiments of the second-grade-teacher variety, you can try more interesting programs. Take a person toward whom you have negative feelings, such as anger, disappointment, feeling-of-betrayal, jealousy or whatever interferes with the smooth, tranquil operation of your own bio-computer. Ask the Magic Computer to explain that other person to you; to translate you into their reality-tunnel long enough for you to understand how events seem to them. Especially, ask how you seem to them. This computer will do that job for you; but be prepared for some shocks which might be disagreeable at first. This super-brain can also perform exegesis on ideas that seem obscure, paradoxical or enigmatic to us. For instance, early experiments with this computer can very profitably turn on asking it to explain some of the propositions in this book which may seem inexplicable or perversely wrong-headed to you, such as "We are all greater artists than we realize" or "What the Thinker thinks, the Prover proves" or "mind and its contents are functionally identical." This computer is much more powerful and scientifically advanced than the rapture-machine in the neurosomatic circuit. It has total access to all the earlier, primitive circuits, and overrules any of them. That is, if you put a meta-programming instruction into this computer; it will relay it downward to the old circuits and cancel contradictory programs left over from the past. For instance, try feeding it on such meta-programming instructions as: 1. I am at cause over my body. 2. I am at cause over my imagination. 3.1 am at cause over my future. 4. My mind abounds with beauty and power. 5.1 like people, and people like me. Remember that this computer is only a few decades ahead of present technology, so it cannot "understand" your commands if you harbor any doubts about them. Doubts tell it not to perform. Work always from what you can believe in, extending the area of belief only as results encourage you to try for more dramatic transformations of your past reality-tunnels. This represents cybernetic consciousness; the programmer becoming self-programmer, self-metaprogrammer, meta-metaprogrammer, etc. Just as the emotional compulsions of the second circuit seem primitive, mechanical and, ultimately, silly to the neurosomatic consciousness, so, too, the reality maps of the third circuit become comic, relativistic, game-like to the metaprogrammer. "Whatever you say it is, it isn't, " Korzybski, the semanticist, repeated endlessly in his seminars, trying to make clear that third-circuit semantic maps are not the territories they represent; that we can always make maps of our maps, revisions of our revisions, meta-selves of our selves. "Neti, neti" (not that, not that), Hindu teachers traditionally say when asked what "God" is or what "Reality" is. Yogis, mathematicians and musicians seem more inclined to develop meta-programming consciousness than most of humanity. Korzybski even claimed that the use of mathematical scripts is an aid to developing this circuit, for as soon as you think of your mind as mind 1, and the mind which contemplates that mind as mind2 and the mind which contemplates mind2 contemplating mind 1 as mind3, you are well on your way to meta-programming awareness. Alice in Wonderland is a masterful guide to the metaprogramming circuit (written by one of the founders of mathematical logic) and Aleister Crowley soberly urged its study upon all students of yoga. ~ Robert Anton Wilson, Prometheus Rising ,
35:Mother, when one imagines something, does it not exist?When you imagine something, it means that you make a mental formation which may be close to the truth or far from the truth - it also depends upon the quality of your formation. You make a mental formation and there are people who have such a power of formation that they succeed in making what they imagine real. There are not many of these but there are some. They imagine something and their formation is so well made and so powerful that it succeeds in being realised. These are creators; there are not many of them but there are some. If one thinks of someone who doesn't exist or who is dead?Ah! What do you mean? What have you just said? Someone who doesn't exist or someone who is dead? These are two absolutely different things. I mean someone who is dead.Someone who is dead! If this person has remained in the mental domain, you can find him immediately. Naturally if he is no longer in the mental domain, if he is in the psychic domain, to think of him is not enough. You must know how to go into the psychic domain to find him. But if he has remained in the mental domain and you think of him, you can find him immediately, and not only that, but you can have a mental contact with him and a kind of mental vision of his existence. The mind has a capacity of vision of its own and it is not the same vision as with these eyes, but it is a vision, it is a perception in forms. But this is not imagination. It has nothing to do with imagination. Imagination, for instance, is when you begin to picture to yourself an ideal being to whom you apply all your conceptions, and when you tell yourself, "Why, it should be like this, like that, its form should be like this, its thought like that, its character like that," when you see all the details and build up the being. Now, writers do this all the time because when they write a novel, they imagine. There are those who take things from life but there are those who are imaginative, creators; they create a character, a personage and then put him in their book later. This is to imagine. To imagine, for example, a whole concurrence of circumstances, a set of events, this is what I call telling a story to oneself. But it can be put down on paper, and then one becomes a novelist. There are very different kinds of writers. Some imagine everything, some gather all sorts of observations from life and construct their book with them. There are a hundred ways of writing a book. But indeed some writers imagine everything from beginning to end. It all comes out of their head and they construct even their whole story without any support in things physically observed. This truly is imagination. But as I say, if they are very powerful and have a considerable capacity for creation, it is possible that one day or other there will be a physical human being who realises their creation. This too is true. What do you suppose imagination is, eh? Have you never imagined anything, you? And what happens? All that one imagines.You mean that you imagine something and it happens like that, eh? Or it is in a dream... What is the function, the use of the imagination?If one knows how to use it, as I said, one can create for oneself his own inner and outer life; one can build his own existence with his imagination, if one knows how to use it and has a power. In fact it is an elementary way of creating, of forming things in the world. I have always felt that if one didn't have the capacity of imagination he would not make any progress. Your imagination always goes ahead of your life. When you think of yourself, usually you imagine what you want to be, don't you, and this goes ahead, then you follow, then it continues to go ahead and you follow. Imagination opens for you the path of realisation. People who are not imaginative - it is very difficult to make them move; they see just what is there before their nose, they feel just what they are moment by moment and they cannot go forward because they are clamped by the immediate thing. It depends a good deal on what one calls imagination. However... Men of science must be having imagination!A lot. Otherwise they would never discover anything. In fact, what is called imagination is a capacity to project oneself outside realised things and towards things realisable, and then to draw them by the projection. One can obviously have progressive and regressive imaginations. There are people who always imagine all the catastrophes possible, and unfortunately they also have the power of making them come. It's like the antennae going into a world that's not yet realised, catching something there and drawing it here. Then naturally it is an addition to the earth atmosphere and these things tend towards manifestation. It is an instrument which can be disciplined, can be used at will; one can discipline it, direct it, orientate it. It is one of the faculties one can develop in himself and render serviceable, that is, use it for definite purposes. Sweet Mother, can one imagine the Divine and have the contact?Certainly if you succeed in imagining the Divine you have the contact, and you can have the contact with what you imagine, in any case. In fact it is absolutely impossible to imagine something which doesn't exist somewhere. You cannot imagine anything at all which doesn't exist somewhere. It is possible that it doesn't exist on the earth, it is possible that it's elsewhere, but it is impossible for you to imagine something which is not already contained in principle in the universe; otherwise it could not occur. Then, Sweet Mother, this means that in the created universe nothing new is added?In the created universe? Yes. The universe is progressive; we said that constantly things manifest, more and more. But for your imagination to be able to go and seek beyond the manifestation something which will be manifested, well, it may happen, in fact it does - I was going to tell you that it is in this way that some beings can cause considerable progress to be made in the world, because they have the capacity of imagining something that's not yet manifested. But there are not many. One must first be capable of going beyond the manifested universe to be able to imagine something which is not there. There are already many things which can be imagined. What is our terrestrial world in the universe? A very small thing. Simply to have the capacity of imagining something which does not exist in the terrestrial manifestation is already very difficult, very difficult. For how many billions of years hasn't it existed, this little earth? And there have been no two identical things. That's much. It is very difficult to go out from the earth atmosphere with one's mind; one can, but it is very difficult. And then if one wants to go out, not only from the earth atmosphere but from the universal life! To be able simply to enter into contact with the life of the earth in its totality from the formation of the earth until now, what can this mean? And then to go beyond this and enter into contact with universal life from its beginnings up to now... and then again to be able to bring something new into the universe, one must go still farther beyond. Not easy! That's all? (To the child) Convinced? ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1955 ,
36:The whole question. The whole question? And now, do you understand?... Not quite? I told you that you did not understand because it was muddled up; in one question three different ideas were included. So naturally it created a confusion. But taken separately they are what I explained to you just now, most probably; that is to say, one has this altogether ignorant and obliterated consciousness and is convinced that he is the cause and effect, the origin and result of himself, separate from all others, separate with a limited power to act upon others and a little greater capacity to be set in movement by others or to react to others' influence. That is how people think usually, something like that, isn't that so? How do you feel, you? What effect do you have upon yourself? And you? And you?... You have never thought about it? You have never looked into yourself to see what effect you exercise upon yourself? Never thought over it? No? How do you feel? Nobody will tell me? Come, you tell me that. Never tried to understand how you feel? Yes? No? How strange! Never sought to understand how, for example, decisions take place in you? From where do they come? What makes you decide one thing rather than another? And what is the relation between a decision of yours and your action? And to what extent do you have the freedom of choice between one thing and another? And how far do you feel you are able to, you are free to do this or that or that other or nothing at all?... You have pondered over that? Yes? Is there any one among the students who has thought over it? No? Nobody put the question to himself? You? You?... Even if one thinks over it, perhaps one is not able to answer! One cannot explain? No. It is difficult to explain? Even this simple little thing, to see where in your consciousness the wills that come from outside meet your will (which you call yours, which comes from within), at what place the two join together and to what extent the one from outside acts upon that from within and the one from within acts upon that from outside? You have never tried to find this out? It has never seemed to you unbearable that a will from outside should have an action upon your will? No? I do not know. Oh! I am putting very difficult problems! But, my children, I was preoccupied with that when I was a child of five!... So I thought you must have been preoccupied with it since a long time. In oneself, there are contradictory wills. Yes, many. That is one of the very first discoveries. There is one part which wants things this way; and then at another moment, another way, and a third time, one wants still another thing! Besides, there is even this: something that wants and another which says no. So? But it is exactly that which has to be found if you wish in the least to organise yourself. Why not project yourself upon a screen, as in the cinema, and then look at yourself moving on it? How interesting it is! This is the first step. You project yourself on the screen and then observe and see all that is moving there and how it moves and what happens. You make a little diagram, it becomes so interesting then. And then, after a while, when you are quite accustomed to seeing, you can go one step further and take a decision. Or even a still greater step: you organise - arrange, take up all that, put each thing in its place, organise in such a way that you begin to have a straight movement with an inner meaning. And then you become conscious of your direction and are able to say: "Very well, it will be thus; my life will develop in that way, because that is the logic of my being. Now, I have arranged all that within me, each thing has been put in its place, and so naturally a central orientation is forming. I am following this orientation. One step more and I know what will happen to me for I myself am deciding it...." I do not know, I am telling you this; to me it seemed terribly interesting, the most interesting thing in the world. There was nothing, no other thing that interested me more than that. This happened to me.... I was five or six or seven years old (at seven the thing became quite serious) and I had a father who loved the circus, and he came and told me: "Come with me, I am going to the circus on Sunday." I said: "No, I am doing something much more interesting than going to the circus!" Or again, young friends invited me to attend a meeting where we were to play together, enjoy together: "No, I enjoy here much more...." And it was quite sincere. It was not a pose: for me, it was like this, it was true. There was nothing in the world more enjoyable than that. And I am so convinced that anybody who does it in that way, with the same freshness and sincerity, will obtain most interesting results.... To put all that on a screen in front of yourself and look at what is happening. And the first step is to know all that is happening and then you must not try to shut your eyes when something does not appear pleasant to you! You must keep them wide open and put each thing in that way before the screen. Then you make quite an interesting discovery. And then the next step is to start telling yourself: "Since all that is happening within me, why should I not put this thing in this way and then that thing in that way and then this other in this way and thus wouldn't I be doing something logical that has a meaning? Why should I not remove that thing which stands obstructing the way, these conflicting wills? Why? And what does that represent in the being? Why is it there? If it were put there, would it not help instead of harming me?" And so on. And little by little, little by little, you see clearer and then you see why you are made like that, what is the thing you have got to do - that for which you are born. And then, quite naturally, since all is organised for this thing to happen, the path becomes straight and you can say beforehand: "It is in this way that it will happen." And when things come from outside to try and upset all that, you are able to say: "No, I accept this, for it helps; I reject that, for that harms." And then, after a few years, you curb yourself as you curb a horse: you do whatever you like, in the way you like and you go wherever you like. It seems to me this is worth the trouble. I believe it is the most interesting thing. ...You must have a great deal of sincerity, a little courage and perseverance and then a sort of mental curiosity, you understand, curious, seeking to know, interested, wanting to learn. To love to learn: that, one must have in one's nature. To find it impossible to stand before something grey, all hazy, in which nothing is seen clearly and which gives you quite an unpleasant feeling, for you do not know where you begin and where you end, what is yours and what is not yours and what is settled and what is not settled - what is this pulp-like thing you call yourself in which things get intermingled and act upon one another without even your being aware of it? You ask yourself: "But why have I done this?" You know nothing about it. "And why have I felt that?" You don't know that, either. And then, you are thrown into a world outside that is only fog and you are thrown into a world inside that is also for you another kind of fog, still more impenetrable, in which you live, like a cork thrown upon the waters and the waves carry it away or cast it into the air, and it drops and rolls on. That is quite an unpleasant state. I do not know, but to me it appears unpleasant. To see clearly, to see one's way, where one is going, why one is going there, how one is to go there and what one is going to do and what is the kind of relation with others... But that is a problem so wonderfully interesting - it is interesting - and you can always discover things every minute! One's work is never finished. There is a time, there is a certain state of consciousness when you have the feeling that you are in that condition with all the weight of the world lying heavy upon you and besides you are going in blinkers and do not know where you are going, but there is something which is pushing you. And that is truly a very unpleasant condition. And there is another moment when one draws oneself up and is able to see what is there above, and one becomes it; then one looks at the world as though from the top of a very very high mountain and one sees all that is happening below; then one can choose one's way and follow it. That is a more pleasant condition. This then is truly the truth, you are upon earth for that, surely. All individual beings and all the little concentrations of consciousness were created to do this work. It is the very reason for existence: to be able to become fully conscious of a certain sum of vibrations representing an individual being and put order there and find one's way and follow it. And so, as men do not know it and do not do it, life comes and gives them a blow here: "Oh! that hurts", then a blow there: "Ah! that's hurting me." And the thing goes on like that and all the time it is like that. And all the time they are getting pain somewhere. They suffer, they cry, they groan. But it is simply due to that reason, there is no other: it is that they have not done that little work. If, when they were quite young, there had been someone to teach them to do the work and they had done it without losing time, they could have gone through life gloriously and instead of suffering they would have been all-powerful masters of their destiny. This is not to say that necessarily all things would become pleasant. It is not at all that. But your reaction towards things becomes the true reaction and instead of suffering, you learn; instead of being miserable, you go forward and progress. After all, I believe it is for this that you are here - so that there is someone who can tell you: "There, well, try that. It is worth trying." ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953 199,

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1:The Projects List(s) ~ David Allen,
2:You are your projects! ~ Tom Peters,
3:I like involved projects. ~ Tori Amos,
4:Opinions are projections. ~ Tucker Max,
5:business project work as one. ~ Gene Kim,
6:Shall I project a world? ~ Thomas Pynchon,
7:What we project, we get back. ~ Tony Clark,
8:A wanton waste of projectiles. ~ Mark Twain,
9:business projects, like Phoenix, ~ Gene Kim,
10:Digital Youth Project by Mizuko ~ Henry Jenkins,
11:Each project changes you a bit. ~ Kit Harington,
12:People don’t want to be projects. ~ Tim Chester,
13:projection is perception. ~ Gabrielle Bernstein,
14:Errors make excellent projectiles. ~ Victor Hugo,
15:I like playing in other projects. ~ Jesse Harris,
16:I wasn't a project; I was his friend. ~ Bob Goff,
17:Making Group Projects Suck Less I ~ Thomas Frank,
18:I get beat up on every project. ~ Casper Van Dien,
19:Every project starts with a story. ~ Colleen Atwood,
20:Head Start and Follow Through projects. ~ Anonymous,
21:Humans can't live without projects. ~ Kathryn Davis,
22:Sanctification is a community project. ~ John Piper,
23:There are no problems, only projects. ~ David Allen,
24:Life is too short for non-WOW projects. ~ Tom Peters,
25:Projective geometry is all geometry. ~ Arthur Cayley,
26:Mega rail project set to link East Africa ~ Anonymous,
27:all honest trades are equally honorable ~ Project Itoh,
28:Spring is the time of plans and projects. ~ Leo Tolstoy,
29:The sunset looks beautiful over the projects... ~ Prodigy,
30:Boys do what they can; men do what they want ~ Project Pat,
31:Project VOTE!, had begun saying privately ~ Michelle Obama,
32:I’m more of a project than a person, really. ~ Amy Spalding,
33:My whole damn life
is my passion project. ~ Alicia Cook,
34:Aikido is based on the projection of love. ~ Morihei Ueshiba,
35:I see dull people as projects ... to be reformed ~ Ben Elton,
36:My body is a projection of my consciousness. ~ Deepak Chopra,
37:My favorite project is always the next one. ~ Michael Graves,
38:Project X now, but it started as a Hunger Game. ~ Joe Budden,
39:Your parents are your projection-nothing more. ~ Byron Katie,
40:No one who waves a big flag is up to any good. ~ Project Itoh,
41:The future projects light, the past only clouds ~ Eileen Gray,
42:The road is long fro the project to its completion. ~ Moliere,
43:This project of theirs was about resetting life. ~ Hugh Howey,
44:I put projects together. I put people together. ~ Bill Laswell,
45:I'll tell him I astral-projected. Butt-head. ~ Scott Westerfeld,
46:I'm very confident in how I project my personality. ~ Megan Fox,
47:Project Hot To Trot

Operation Sex Appeal ~ Rachel Harris,
48:What You Project Will Always Come Back to You ~ Joshua P Warren,
49:You can complete a project by dropping it. ~ Arianna Huffington,
50:A consultant is only as good as their last project. ~ Jon Taffer,
51:An interior is the natural projection of the soul. ~ Coco Chanel,
52:I like to do projects I feel some connection to. ~ Mark Wahlberg,
53:Small projects need much more help than great. ~ Dante Alighieri,
54:It's important in any project to remain focused. ~ Jehane Noujaim,
55:For me marketing is about how to present a project. ~ Pedro Winter,
56:I'm just happy to do projects I'm passionate about. ~ Selena Gomez,
57:It is a fact that you project what you are. ~ Norman Vincent Peale,
58:I wait and take on projects that I think can work. ~ Kevin Costner,
59:I wish I could just project everything on the paper, ~ Patti Smith,
60:I wish I could just project everything on the paper. ~ Patti Smith,
61:Man is the being whose project it is to be God. ~ Jean Paul Sartre,
62:Passion isn’t project-specific. It’s people-specific. ~ Seth Godin,
63:Project Hollywood had reached a new nadir. MYSTERY: ~ Neil Strauss,
64:Projections are just bullshit. They’re just guesses. ~ Jason Fried,
65:World peace is one project that we have to do together. ~ Yoko Ono,
66:Amid a multitude of projects, no plan is devised. ~ Publilius Syrus,
67:If you believe in the project, you have to support it. ~ Vin Diesel,
68:I think that I'm always open to any kind of project. ~ Katie Holmes,
69:The EU project is to create a country called Europe. ~ John Redwood,
70:A dream project is anything I do when I'm awake. ~ Charles Fleischer,
71:Seeing ourselves clearly is the project of a lifetime. ~ Nathan Hill,
72:The best project is one that asks a novel question. ~ Walter Gilbert,
73:But then again, what do I know. I project. Then I judge. ~ Marc Maron,
74:Find a happy person, and you will find a project. ~ Sonja Lyubomirsky,
75:I'm my own worst enemy sometimes when I pick projects. ~ Kim Basinger,
76:It's not what you project... it's what you don't show. ~ Lisa Kleypas,
77:It was like a class project in the structure of reality. ~ Don DeLillo,
78:My fun is working on a project and solving the problems. ~ Walt Disney,
79:My music has always been important regardless of other projects. ~ Mya,
80:Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later ~ Fred Brooks,
81:I'm spending all my time and energy on the project at hand. ~ Eric Bana,
82:Only in death are we no longer part of project mayhem ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
83:Smiling back at her seemed like such a huge project, ~ Jessica Sorensen,
84:supports controversial rail project on Florida's east coast ~ Anonymous,
85:Always write from your gut, no matter what the project is. ~ Paul Haggis,
86:Becoming me was the greatest creative project of my life. ~ Lev Grossman,
87:I did not seem to have any special project to animate me. ~ Oliver Sacks,
88:Jesus's resurrection is the beginning of God's new project. ~ N T Wright,
89:Scholars, street knowledge, Carter kids stuck in the projects. ~ Big Pun,
90:The aim of art is to project an inner vision into the world. ~ Bruce Lee,
91:The future is an imagined Now, a projection of the mind. ~ Eckhart Tolle,
92:Every time you do a project, you learn something new. ~ Justin Timberlake,
93:My ultimate life dream project is my kids. My family. ~ Denzel Washington,
94:the books shot off the shelf like academic projectile puke. ~ Leigh Evans,
95:You can't put out projects that you don't use yourself. ~ Gary Vaynerchuk,
96:Building a project should be a single trivial operation. ~ Robert C Martin,
97:I enjoy creating new ideas, working on new creative projects. ~ Paul Allen,
98:I'm actually developing a project so that I can have a lead. ~ Rachel True,
99:My first payback to society in life, was The Dolphin Project. ~ Rick Danko,
100:...nature starts many more projects than she can ever finish. ~ Ariel Levy,
101:Time and space are just projections of your consciousness. ~ Jaggi Vasudev,
102:taking on projects that were beyond his current comfort zone; ~ Cal Newport,
103:The first thing we know about any project is the deadline—at ~ Ron Jeffries,
104:But she projected vitality - you knew that she was there. ~ Charles Bukowski,
105:See your enemies, not as God's failures, but as God's projects. ~ Max Lucado,
106:The best way to get a project done faster is to start sooner ~ Jim Highsmith,
107:Truth resists being projected into the realm of knowledge. ~ Walter Benjamin,
108:Violet Markey, I’d like to be your partner on this project. ~ Jennifer Niven,
109:You wouldn't recognize me from one project to the next. ~ Rachael Leigh Cook,
110:A model needs to know how to project herself into the camera. ~ China Machado,
111:Any project can be estimated accurately (once it’s completed). ~ Peter Taylor,
112:I'm a workaholic, I always try to fill my time with projects. ~ Teresa Palmer,
113:no project is completed until its objective has been achieved. ~ Paulo Coelho,
114:Two things I ain't ever seen, a U.F.O. and a hoe that won't go. ~ Project Pat,
115:Your dislike for the project will be duly noted, and ignored. ~ John Flanagan,
116:I've never really been a part of anything but my own project. ~ Lady Sovereign,
117:the house picked up again its long, slow project of decay. ~ Diane Setterfield,
118:You are an endless project...changing, evolving, surprising. ~ James Patterson,
119:You've no future unless you add value, create projects. ~ Rosabeth Moss Kanter,
120:Don’t stop paying attention to a project because it gets boring. ~ Guy Kawasaki,
121:Every person is, in part, 'his own project' and makes himself. ~ Abraham Maslow,
122:I enjoy working on a number of projects - books - at once. ~ Rigoberto Gonzalez,
123:Isn´t it cool? Words, books, fiction all have the power to kill. ~ Project Itoh,
124:It's really a drag to do the same project over and over again. ~ David Johansen,
125:The project you are most resisting carries your greatest growth. ~ Robin Sharma,
126:What we experience is our state of mind projected outward. ~ Gerald G Jampolsky,
127:A car is a 2,000 pound projectile that can go 100 miles an hour. ~ Jesse Ventura,
128:All improvement happens project by project and in no other way. ~ Joseph M Juran,
129:Every meaning is a projection of the viewer's inarticulate moods. ~ James Elkins,
130:Every project you do, you hope you learn something more as an actor. ~ Ken Jeong,
131:God has made us study partner. We need to talk about our project. ~ Isaac Marion,
132:I am prone to get carried away thinking about creative projects. ~ Michael Sheen,
133:I'm trying to simplify my life, I guess that's my latest project. ~ Jeremy Jones,
134:I only play projects with weird interpretations of presidents. ~ Benjamin Walker,
135:I usually have pretty good intuition on projects that I work on. ~ Joel Kinnaman,
136:Rumor has it that Palpatine has some secret project in the works. ~ James Luceno,
137:There's always a project around, but you have to pick and choose. ~ Dustin Clare,
138:The whole project of European Union is one in deep trouble. ~ Timothy Garton Ash,
139:What others say and do is a projection of their own reality. ~ Miguel Angel Ruiz,
140:You never know when you start a project just how good it can be. ~ Jenifer Lewis,
141:Bad leaders believe that they have to project control at all times. ~ Simon Sinek,
142:I'm very focused on projects that help people, not just help me. ~ LeToya Luckett,
143:My goal, whenever entering a project, is always to gain 12 pounds. ~ Bob Odenkirk,
144:"Projection makes the whole world a replica of our own unknown face." ~ Carl Jung,
145:Schleip, head of the Fascia Research Project at Germany’s ~ Christopher McDougall,
146:The project you are most resisting carries your greatest growth. ~ Robin S Sharma,
147:Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr,
148:Do you know what it takes to do [a global art project]? People, energy, glue. ~ JR,
149:Every writing project must be reduced before you start to write. ~ William Zinsser,
150:I actually built a tiny computer as a junior high school project. ~ Mitchell Kapor,
151:I can wait for film projects without having to do things to live. ~ Clemence Poesy,
152:I like to do projects that are off-the-wall and on top-of-the-wall. ~ Meital Dohan,
153:I'm going to have a project-based life rather than a job-based life. ~ David Plotz,
154:I'm not lying, every single project I've done, they've all been great. ~ Ken Jeong,
155:Never worry about the facts. Just project an image to the public. ~ Diana Vreeland,
156:The world is a projection of our thoughts - the thoughts we believe. ~ Byron Katie,
157:When I've finished one project, I start thinking about the next. ~ Mike Rutherford,
158:Adding manpower to a late software project, makes it later. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr,
159:This living, this living, this living Was never a project of mine. ~ Dorothy Parker,
160:And if it was a project, would it be a chance to show his talent? ~ Charles Belfoure,
161:I always think that the project I'm working on will be the best. ~ Patricia Urquiola,
162:I have to be more universal than my projects, but no less innovative. ~ Ian Schrager,
163:I'm a project manager, not a magician. Magicians have way cooler hats. ~ Merlin Mann,
164:I really put a lot of and emotion into my project in order to evoke emotion. ~ Drake,
165:The middle of every successful project looks like a disaster. ~ Rosabeth Moss Kanter,
166:The reality we can accept is limited to our consciousness, after all. ~ Project Itoh,
167:We are all expressions of our own minds, projected onto the world. ~ Daniel H Wilson,
168:Would you believe, I am still offered scripts and projects all the time? ~ Doris Day,
169:Group projects are the exception in school, but they should be the norm. ~ Seth Godin,
170:How does a project get to be a year behind schedule? One day at a time. ~ Fred Brooks,
171:I dont like talking about any projects till they solidify and take off. ~ Nita Ambani,
172:Most projects start out slowly - and then sort of taper off. ~ Norman Ralph Augustine,
173:No matter what it is, pick yourself up and go on to the next project ~ Shelley Duvall,
174:The audience is the source of the energy that I project back to them. ~ Blixa Bargeld,
175:The Mozilla project is big in terms of lines of code and complexity. ~ Mitchell Baker,
176:too are better served by allowing projects to unfold as context demands. ~ Jim Benson,
177:A long time ago, I stopped trying to look at projects as genre exercises. ~ Ron Howard,
178:Anything that I'm doing I'm writing specifically for a particular project. ~ Nick Cave,
179:Hell is oneself, Hell is alone, the other figures in it merely projections ~ T S Eliot,
180:I like projects in which I can really act and not be me all the time. ~ Emmanuel Lewis,
181:"Projections change the world into the replica of one's own unknown face." ~ Carl Jung,
182:“Projections change the world into the replica of one’s own unknown face.” ~ Carl Jung,
183:Project Johnathon Lee Ashfield, AKA Sade. That answered a lot for Mercy. ~ Lucian Bane,
184:The best projects are likely to be overlooked, not trumpeted by a crowd; ~ Peter Thiel,
185:The road is a long one from the projection of a thing to its accomplishment. ~ Moliere,
186:The role of the painter . . . is to project that which sees itself in him. ~ Max Ernst,
187:The starry vault of heaven is in truth the open book of cosmic projection. ~ Carl Jung,
188:[When I photograph] I project what I'm not. What I would like to be. ~ Lillian Bassman,
189:away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included ~ Anonymous,
190:I gotta say, it feel good coming back home to the projects. Where I belong. ~ Coe Booth,
191:I'm trying to do the kind of projects that I want to see in the theatre. ~ Nicholas Lea,
192:Life gets more complicated and projects get more complicated after that. ~ Rupert Wyatt,
193:She felt it snap into her head like a slide loading into a projector. ~ Karin Slaughter,
194:The Japanese have a saying that all honest trades are equally honorable. ~ Project Itoh,
195:The more we love ourselves, the less we project our pain onto the world. ~ Louise L Hay,
196:When you have small children, packing is a challenge, a project, an ordeal ~ Kim Brooks,
197:You're never done. You're not done until it's projecting in the theater. ~ Roberto Orci,
198:You should've seen my big hair in the 80's, that was a real project. ~ Mariska Hargitay,
199:All public projects are mausoleums, not always in shapes, but always in cost. ~ Ayn Rand,
200:Brook’s Law: “Adding more programmers to a late project makes it later. ~ Eric S Raymond,
201:Errors are excllent projectiles... Factions are blind men who aim straight ~ Victor Hugo,
202:I always listen to a lot of different music when I am working on a project. ~ Bill Wyman,
203:I like a lot of different kinds of music. I like strong projects, big music. ~ James Iha,
204:I project a definite innocence. A lot of that is just the way I grew up. ~ River Phoenix,
205:I think painting has that unique potential to project opposing viewpoints. ~ Joe Bradley,
206:My end goal is just to do projects at the end of the day that I'm proud of. ~ Aaron Paul,
207:My mission is to create a world where there are no problems only projects. ~ David Allen,
208:The other person merely mirrors back what we are projecting onto them. ~ David R Hawkins,
209:To move Nigeria forward, we must define our interest in the Nigeria project ~ Okey Ndibe,
210:We are just collections of DNA optimized for particular places and times. ~ Project Itoh,
211:All the firefighting displaced all the planned work, both projects and changes ~ Gene Kim,
212:Brilliant. The Ontology Project is a post-graduate course in card magic. ~ Jim Steinmeyer,
213:Even the Jonestown Peoples’ Temple Agricultural Project built community. ~ Leigh Phillips,
214:Heaven, for me, is one focused project - it's like a weird form of autism. ~ Jon Krakauer,
215:I don't try to project any image at all, other than the person that I am. ~ Tracy Chapman,
216:If there's somebody you love, tell them. The world always needs more love. ~ Project Itoh,
217:I'm only interested in people engaged in a project of self-transformation. ~ Susan Sontag,
218:In big companies projects have to scale and Lean Startup help us to do it ~ Beth Comstock,
219:Magic is the projection of natural energies to produce needed effects. ~ Scott Cunningham,
220:Smokin weed on the star projectors, I guess we'll never know what Harvard gets us ~ Drake,
221:Tests are stories we tell the next generation of programmers on a project. ~ Roy Osherove,
222:What people project to the world never shows what's lurking on the inside ~ Katie McGarry,
223:You'll get more support on a hard, important, project than a derivative one. ~ Sam Altman,
224:Anger, then, is only for the engaged; for those with projects that matter. ~ Adam Phillips,
225:Has given me no choice but to advocate for the termination of this project. ~ Greg Nickels,
226:I am only interested in people engaged in a project of self-transformation. ~ Susan Sontag,
227:I hibernate. I hibernate until the next project takes shape in my mind. ~ Paolo Sorrentino,
228:I never apologize for my efforts to support worthy projects that Alabama. ~ Richard Shelby,
229:I probably have the most fun on projects where there's some room to improvise. ~ Andy Daly,
230:Large-scale public projects require the agreement of large numbers of people. ~ Thom Mayne,
231:On the other hand, I have no project. My project is to live until I die. ~ Esm Weijun Wang,
232:Some people talk about Haiti as being the graveyard of development projects. ~ Paul Farmer,
233:the attempt to become a compassionate human being is a lifelong project. ~ Karen Armstrong,
234:These days i tend to use one project I do as a kind of offshoot to the next. ~ Marc Almond,
235:After two weeks of working on a project, you know whether it will work or not. ~ Bill Budge,
236:Difficulties are inevitable,” I said. “Major projects require persistence. ~ Graeme Simsion,
237:Don't make your own life your project in your own life: total waste of time. ~ Lorrie Moore,
238:Instead, he would make death his final project, the center point of his days. ~ Mitch Albom,
239:to DNA, our most complex programming projects are like pocket calculators. ~ Randall Munroe,
240:We try to do different types of projects and last time was a fun event . ~ Henrik Lundqvist,
241:What you meet in another being is the projection of your own level of evolution. ~ Ram Dass,
242:As soon as one project is finished I like to go straight on to something else. ~ Marc Almond,
243:critical path is the shortest sequence of work that can complete the project. ~ Scott Berkun,
244:Every year I'm doing different projects, concerts, touring, open-air festivals. ~ Nina Hagen,
245:Get yourself a goal worth working for. Better still, get yourself a project. ~ Maxwell Maltz,
246:I like the team effort of everyone pulling together to make one good project. ~ Gregg Sulkin,
247:Writing a novel is not so much a project as a journey, a voyage, an adventure. ~ Tom Robbins,
248:You do not equal the project. Criticism of the project is not criticism of you. ~ Seth Godin,
249:Cavanagh had made over fifty trips overseas related to CIA Project ARTICHOKE. ~ H P Albarelli,
250:Compliments and criticism are all ultimately based on some form of projection. ~ Billy Corgan,
251:Fashion never stops. There is always the new project, the new opportunity. ~ Carolina Herrera,
252:It takes half your life before you discover life is a do-it-yourself project. ~ Napoleon Hill,
253:Pain and suffering that are not transformed are usually projected onto others. ~ Richard Rohr,
254:The majority of the cost of a software project is in long-term maintenance. ~ Robert C Martin,
255:Waking up and having a project to work on is one of life's great pleasures. ~ Kelly Reichardt,
256:Americans have started a lot of projects around the world and I am one of them. ~ Emilio Pucci,
257:Believing in the project to a certain extent always makes things more affordable. ~ Steve Pink,
258:Don't wait for someone to green light your project, build your own intersection. ~ Tyler Perry,
259:I admire the ambition of the project, and the generosity of many of the lines. ~ Robert Fagles,
260:I'd much rather do an obviously commercial writing project than get a day job. ~ Poppy Z Brite,
261:I generally make a sort of playlist for my iPod for whatever project I'm doing. ~ Carla Gugino,
262:I lived in the projects and the ghetto, and turned the negative into a positive. ~ Wyclef Jean,
263:I’ve learned to envision the ideal end to any project before I begin it now— ~ Timothy Ferriss,
264:I want another idea, another project, but you can't make them up. They show up. ~ Greil Marcus,
265:One can't dull a project better than by discussing it repeatedly. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
266:Painting is the pattern of one's own nervous system being projected on canvas. ~ Francis Bacon,
267:Project is a self-contained phrase and may or may not be capable of elaboration. ~ R K Narayan,
268:Trainers give of themselves. So, I learned and I projected it with my fighter. ~ Angelo Dundee,
269:We do. Or re-create the ones we have, and project. My whole life is projection. ~ James Ellroy,
270:After you finish the first 90% of a project, you have to finish the other 90%. ~ Michael Abrash,
271:Don't undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible. ~ Edwin Land,
272:Every baby is born beautiful. It's what we project on them that makes them ugly. ~ Jodi Picoult,
273:every baby is born beautiful. It’s what we project on them that makes them ugly. ~ Jodi Picoult,
274:I grew up in the projects and I know how important it is for kids to have hope. ~ Carlos Mencia,
275:I hope to do films. Right now I'm just doing projects that are interesting. ~ Melissa Joan Hart,
276:Is there a better example of natural selection in action than 'Project Runway?' ~ Jamais Cascio,
277:I've done a variety of projects in different areas of the entertainment industry. ~ Jodi Benson,
278:The larger the project, the more dead code you’ll have. It’s not a sign of failure. ~ Anonymous,
279:The middle of every successful project looks like a disaster. —Rosabeth Moss Cantor ~ Anonymous,
280:The way I look at a solo project is, I create what I want with whoever I want. ~ Sebastian Bach,
281:What gets projects done for me is not inspiration. It's curiosity and rigor. ~ Andrew Zuckerman,
282:You have experience in C programming?  That’s mainly what we need on that project. ~ Mike Wells,
283:All space projects push the frontiers of technology and are drivers of innovation. ~ Martin Rees,
284:But now I really don't want to work unless I really, really care about a project. ~ Jodie Foster,
285:I have a level of fear going into every project, and that's what keeps me going. ~ Gerard Butler,
286:It is always said that Europe is a project of the elite. That's incorrect. ~ Jean Claude Juncker,
287:Pareto's Principle: you generally spend 80% of your time on 20% of the project. ~ Joseph M Juran,
288:The challenge with being an initiator of projects is that you are never, ever done. ~ Seth Godin,
289:Unlike flying or astral projection, walking through walls is an earthbound pursuit. ~ Chris Rock,
290:You provoke a “No” with this one-sentence email. Have you given up on this project? ~ Chris Voss,
291:A lack of patience in trifling matters might lead to the disruption of great project. ~ Confucius,
292:By signing up for the project you agreed to do whatever was necessary for success. ~ Tracy Kidder,
293:I always need a couple of highlights to really spark the passion for a project. ~ Lasse Hallstrom,
294:If you listen to one project and think that's everything I do, you're completely wrong. ~ Klayton,
295:If you're going to undertake any project, like a book, you have to show up to give. ~ Simon Sinek,
296:I may have had many projects, but I never was free to carry out any of them. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte,
297:Making movies can be a creative exciting project for director and rest of staff. ~ Philip Kaufman,
298:Making movies is never going to get better than working on a Coen brothers project. ~ Sam Elliott,
299:One of an actor's fears is that your current project could be your last project. ~ Katharine Ross,
300:The future is needed as a space to project your desires. To project, future is needed. ~ Rajneesh,
301:The mind is only a projection from the Self, appearing in the waking state. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi,
302:True friends... face in the same direction, toward common projects, interests, goals. ~ C S Lewis,
303:What you don't see and don't acknowledge in yourself, you project onto someone else. ~ Gary Zukav,
304:Working on new projects gives you the opportunity to learn and absorb new things. ~ Michelle Ryan,
305:aken’ is a really difficult project because it was a big surprise for everybody. ~ Olivier Megaton,
306:Every time I'm not on a project, I'm writing or in the studio or doing gigs DJing. ~ Taryn Manning,
307:I have the attention span of a 2-year-old. I like to jump from project-to-project. ~ Reba McEntire,
308:I only get involved with projects as a producer if I feel creatively inspired. ~ Peter Billingsley,
309:Men, through the ideas they have, project a field of attention that limits women. ~ Frederick Lenz,
310:My great project is to undo the moral and intellectual damage of most universities ~ Dennis Prager,
311:My system for staying young is to work a lot, to always have a project on the go. ~ Carlos Fuentes,
312:Of course, love has no respect for questionnaires. As The Rosie Project tells us. ~ Graeme Simsion,
313:Project Runway, chocolate and margaritas and suddenly all is right with the world ~ Sarah Pekkanen,
314:She was not much for bargains. Group projects, in general, were not her thing. ~ Maggie Stiefvater,
315:To recreate a new aristocracy is the eternal task of every revolutionary project. ~ Guillaume Faye,
316:We must remember, elections are short-term efforts. Revolutions are long-term projects. ~ Ron Paul,
317:What really excites me in a project is when it goes in a way you haven't been before. ~ Idris Elba,
318:You cannot make promises because you never know what your next project will be. ~ Denis Villeneuve,
319:developer testing should probably take 8 to 25 percent of the total project time. ~ Steve McConnell,
320:Even if you’re surrounded by people you love, figuring out grief is a solo project. ~ Nora McInerny,
321:Every time you start a project, you're hopeful that the critics receive it warmly. ~ Bryan Cranston,
322:I love thinking about the film, the project and committing myself as much as possible. ~ Vin Diesel,
323:I'm always on the lookout for projects with a strong moral and inspirational core. ~ Neal McDonough,
324:I think, retrospectivety helps to hone your ideas for future projects. I like it. ~ Seamus McGarvey,
325:It is the energy projected by an individual's own mind which creates his experience. ~ Hua Ching Ni,
326:It’s never clear what turns a space into a home, and a life-project into a life. ~ Valeria Luiselli,
327:Kindness was her new project. She hoped it might be gentler on the soul than anger. ~ Paula Hawkins,
328:Most of my projects seem to start as exploratory journeys with no visible end in sight. ~ Alex Webb,
329:Nor had I realized until that moment how much of a group project it was to grow up.  ~ Rose Christo,
330:Preston Nichols and Peter Moon’s 1992 book The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time ~ David Wilcock,
331:Projection [of our own shadow] makes the whole world a replica of our own unknown face. ~ Carl Jung,
332:The constant project of our girl selves seeming to require odd and precise attentions. ~ Emma Cline,
333:The Fairness Project is endeavoring to try to do what we can to make a fairer society. ~ Mike Lowry,
334:three of the four categories of work: business projects, internal projects, and changes. ~ Gene Kim,
335:We have to embrace the good over the bad. That has to be one's personal project. ~ Yusef Komunyakaa,
336:We’re on the hook for a huge number of projects. So, let’s look at what our capacity is. ~ Gene Kim,
337:You just see a good project and want to be involved in it, and thats what Dexter was. ~ David Zayas,
338:absolutes in performance benchmarks are as elusive as consensus in open source projects! ~ Mark Lutz,
339:All its dimensions with their projected geometries are those of an unrealisible dream. ~ John Berger,
340:Dendera's circular zodiac projected the theological landscape of the Giza Plateau. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
341:Every medium has its own projection, and I find animation is much bigger than normal. ~ Cheech Marin,
342:Imaginative writers often project their own monsters and meanings on basic facts. ~ Christopher Bram,
343:I'm not in a hurry to do a lot of projects. I am very resolved in each project I take on. ~ Maya Lin,
344:I think I'm always drawn to projects that help me understand something about myself. ~ Sofia Coppola,
345:My faith is very personal. It's not something that I want to project on other people. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
346:Some writing and production projects will be a great way to spend my elderly rock years. ~ Geddy Lee,
347:The more people you have to ask for permission, the more dangerous a project gets. ~ Alain de Botton,
348:The thing to judge in any jazz artist is, does the man project and does he have ideas. ~ Miles Davis,
349:They gave the impression of unnaturally halted motion, like film caught in a projector. ~ Kenzabur e,
350:When I was eleven, I got cast in the last directorial project of Christopher Reeve. ~ Vanessa Marano,
351:Any time we have projects that we haven't begun or completed, they drain energy. ~ Arianna Huffington,
352:Every project and goal deserves an approach fitted perfectly to what needs to be done. ~ Ryan Holiday,
353:Every project has its own challenges and rewards. If it's not challenging, why do it? ~ Howard Berger,
354:I face every project the same way - do it right and give 110%. 100% isn't good enough. ~ Debra Wilson,
355:Reality is a projection of your thoughts or the things you habitually think about. ~ Stephen Richards,
356:stories of evil can be projected on them with as little difficulty as stories of good. ~ Mohsin Hamid,
357:Strategic planning for projects management using a project management maturity model ~ Harold Kerzner,
358:We lived in a housing project graced by the architectural style of Early Chicken Coop. ~ Clara Fraser,
359:We project our ideas about ourselves into the heavens and call them ideas about God. ~ Richard Curtis,
360:With classical singing you have to put out so much air - you project, you emit force. ~ Renee Fleming,
361:With each project, whether it's an album or a mixtape, I try to learn more in the process. ~ Yo Gotti,
362:How to manage a project: Limit it in scope. Make it simple. Get success. Then iterate. ~ Auren Hoffman,
363:If the project piques my interest and scares me a little bit, then it's got me hooked. ~ Ray Stevenson,
364:I'm always working on many new projects that I can't talk about because of NDA's. ~ Robin Atkin Downes,
365:I tend to think of writing as a more collaborative project than I think some people do. ~ Emily Barton,
366:It is not the project but the living process that will be the measure of our actions. ~ David Holmgren,
367:Now we asked them to list specific projects, their roles, and what they accomplished. We ~ Laszlo Bock,
368:To carry out any project to which you attach your own name you have to love yourself. ~ Elena Ferrante,
369:We do not project power from bankruptcy court. We're borrowing a million dollars a minute. ~ Rand Paul,
370:You could do a hundred projects and still not have the fans that are there for Twilight. ~ Kellan Lutz,
371:I do like to pop in and help my friends out when I can, or be a part of their projects. ~ Busy Philipps,
372:I've done TV and I've done film, and I'm not snobby about it. It's about the project. ~ Kelly Macdonald,
373:I was never an actor. I had done one or two random projects in my advertising career. ~ Steve Dildarian,
374:I work on multiple projects at a time because it keeps me from getting writer's block. ~ Diana Gabaldon,
375:I wouldn't take on the project unless I could have complete creative control in casting. ~ Craig Brewer,
376:Love is the perception of perfection beyond the protection of our projection. ~ Eric Micha el Leventhal,
377:one of the quirkier cognitive disorders to which software project management is prone. ~ Charles Stross,
378:People who take on complicated creative projects become lost at some point in the process. ~ Ed Catmull,
379:The average human's fundamental project is to find someone else to blame for their problems. ~ Jim Goad,
380:Violating human rights is integral to the project of neoliberalism and global hegemony. ~ Arundhati Roy,
381:But Josh was no less concerned about the mishap occurring under his nose, to his project. ~ Molly McLain,
382:Expect to get more than you expected [from Crash Landing project]. Expect more than a mixtape. ~ Kid Ink,
383:I don't have a dream project. I don't really think in those terms, to tell you the truth. ~ Robert Barry,
384:I love the producer, Joel Rice. We worked together years ago putting a project together. ~ Marilu Henner,
385:I think I've been able to be in some really good projects with some really good people. ~ Peter Jacobson,
386:It is easy to have a lot of paintings or projects hanging around that are 'almost done. ~ Thomas Kinkade,
387:It is still important that every project I do I do something real, that feels true to me. ~ Garance Dore,
388:Prince Charming, in truth, is nothing more than a projection of our disowned selves. He ~ Barbara Stanny,
389:Robert Schleip, head of the Fascia Research Project at Germany’s Ulm University, ~ Christopher McDougall,
390:The first projectile hit the sea wall of Gaza City's little harbour just after four o'clock. ~ Anonymous,
391:When you're working on a project, make sure at least one person knows what they are doing. ~ Walt Disney,
392:Whoever came up with the idea of group projects, may he die a slow and torturous death. ~ Heidi Cullinan,
393:A little of the infinite is projected into consciousness, and that we call our world. ~ Swami Vivekananda,
394:Eighty percent of the errors are found in 20 percent of a project's classes or routines ~ Steve McConnell,
395:I am a star because I have always felt so alienated and I project this feeling to others. ~ Candy Darling,
396:I am confident only when I am constantly in motion. Between projects, the doubt creeps in. ~ Willem Dafoe,
397:I am not a finisher, I am a starter. And I am always thinking, what is the next project. ~ Peter Eisenman,
398:I don't like having too many projects in the pipeline. I like to focus on what's at hand. ~ Jean Dujardin,
399:If you don't have people that care about usability on your project, your project is doomed. ~ Jeff Atwood,
400:Men despise great projects when they do not feel themselves capable of great successes. ~ Luc de Clapiers,
401:This new project of hers was in experimental theology. But so is all of science she thought. ~ Carl Sagan,
402:When you're a kid in a one-bedroom in the projects, rich is the best thing anybody can be. ~ Angie Thomas,
403:Confrontation is something that I accept as part of the project though not its purpose. ~ Andy Goldsworthy,
404:God didn’t give us neighbors to be our projects; He surrounded us with them to be our teachers. ~ Bob Goff,
405:Higher projected corporate and personal income tax receipts and lower public debt charges. ~ Ralph Goodale,
406:His projected face bony and intense, Garth peered out of his booth like an aroused turtle. ~ Philip K Dick,
407:I already have a production company called J Squared and we're working on two projects. ~ Jordana Brewster,
408:If transport, housing and Olympic projects do not work, I will crawl away under a stone. ~ Ken Livingstone,
409:I'm always trying to find something unique or a project that I can do something unique in. ~ Josh Hartnett,
410:I'm really grateful for all the projects I've been involved in and the parts I've played. ~ Elaine Cassidy,
411:I'm so beyond genre, drama, comedies, I just want to do really good, interesting projects. ~ Patton Oswalt,
412:Is this part of the geography project? Are you wandering the riverbed or just each other? ~ Jennifer Niven,
413:Malice is of the boomerang character, and is apt to turn upon the projector. ~ William Makepeace Thackeray,
414:Maybe I should start my happiness project by trying to be more grateful for what I’ve got, ~ Helen Russell,
415:See Bible verse 1 Kings 19:7 in reference to the HOUSE OF HOPE INTERNATIONAL COOKBOOK project. ~ Anonymous,
416:She cannot love, nor take no shape nor project or affection, she is so self-endeared ~ William Shakespeare,
417:Smile, look invested, and when you hand in certain projects, say you enjoyed working on them. ~ Kate White,
418:Suppose we blasted all politicians into space. Would the SETI project find even one of them? ~ Erik Naggum,
419:The day Tarzan opened in London, I sat in a hotel room and discussed the project in detail. ~ Phil Collins,
420:"The whole of mythology could be taken as a sort of projection of the collective unconscious." ~ Carl Jung,
421:To self-righteously project without a thought of listening is a form of constant selfishness ~ Paul Isaacs,
422:You do projects with the hope they will be big and hope they will go beyond what you imagine. ~ Kevin Hart,
423:Each one projects his own defects over the others, each one see in other his own defects. ~ Samael Aun Weor,
424:For a mother the project of raising a boy is the most fulfilling project she can hope for. ~ Andrea Dworkin,
425:Good actors need better projects, and these days there aren't enough going round. ~ Stephen Humphrey Bogart,
426:I developed some unique software to public it on the web that I call the Folklore Project. ~ Andy Hertzfeld,
427:I find the best things are done for yourself or start as a small project and become a big thing. ~ Tom Lenk,
428:I have done lots of music projects in my life and some of them I am more proud of than others. ~ Ben Barnes,
429:Maybe in the future I'll put out someone's one-off project, but generally I don't have time. ~ Michael Gira,
430:Most projects start with high ambitions, and an imperfect understanding of the problem at hand. ~ Anonymous,
431:One of the blessings and curses of my life is that I carry so many projects at the same time. ~ Kwame Dawes,
432:Society needs people who can manage projects in addition to handling individual tasks. ~ Marilyn vos Savant,
433:Something that I like in movies, and I dislike too, is that they can't be projected well. ~ Jean Luc Godard,
434:Start a huge, foolish project, like Noah…it makes absolutely no difference what people think of you. ~ Rumi,
435:The Venus Project is not about new cities or new architecture. It's about a way of thinking ~ Jacque Fresco,
436:When energy prices go up, the difficulty of projecting demand also goes up - uncertainty goes up. ~ Al Gore,
437:(1) give me a project to keep me occupied so he could have Benny all to himself over Christmas ~ Rachel Cohn,
438:Do you know what's the politics? -It's a big project for sale a conscience, buy a position and make money! ~,
439:Film is the best way to capture an image and project that image. It just is, hands down. ~ Christopher Nolan,
440:...if you project the image you wish the world to see, eventually it will become reality. ~ Tera Lynn Childs,
441:If you want the world to pay for projects, you have to be able to display why you're worthy. ~ Amanda Palmer,
442:In the nine years I’d known Snake, this was the first time I’d heard him reference Star Wars. ~ Project Itoh,
443:Project Orion, is detailed in the excellent book of the same name by Freeman’s son, George. ~ Randall Munroe,
444:The two sides projected competing nightmares of what would happen if the other side prevailed. ~ Ron Chernow,
445:Every time he’s fired someone and taken their job, he’s delivered on whatever the project was. ~ Ashlee Vance,
446:If I could do shoes for anyone, it would be a special project for the Queen of England. ~ Christian Louboutin,
447:If you say someone is thrilled, it implies talk of an exciting project. I'm wary of such talk. ~ Frank Dobson,
448:I have other projects to do. I try not to let that documentation interfere with my present day. ~ Ian MacKaye,
449:I played with the image, because I think image is temporary. It's a projection. It's illusory. ~ Annie Lennox,
450:I think it's the most extraordinary studio around. I would love to do my next project with Pixar. ~ Brad Bird,
451:Karl remembered his great truth, learned in the project: Never pass by a chance to shut up. ~ Gregory Benford,
452:The excitement level for me working on projects is really not a bit different from when I was 26. ~ Amar Bose,
453:The projects I look for to produce or direct would not be ones in which I would want to act. ~ John Malkovich,
454:Undertake a quest or any long, challenging project, and you won't come out of it the same. ~ Chris Guillebeau,
455:We each project to others a reflection of the world which includes our choices of perception. ~ Bryant McGill,
456:When you just cannot stop working. When completing this one project is all you can imagine. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
457:At times as an actor, it's often times unclear as to what the directors envision for a project. ~ Carmen Ejogo,
458:Awareness means grasping life just the way it is, without contamination by mental projections. ~ Jaggi Vasudev,
459:Each project matters, and the only degrading part is giving less than one is capable of giving. ~ Ryan Holiday,
460:If the government mandates anything with a price tag on it, then it ought to fund the project. ~ Jesse Ventura,
461:I'm for sure a workaholic. I'm a complete control freak and I take on way too many projects. ~ Janet Evanovich,
462:I prefer consider Stromae as a collective project. Stromae is not me. Or at least it is not only me. ~ Stromae,
463:I wanna produce, write, and direct my own projects, and eventually fund them. I wanna be a mogul. ~ Kevin Hart,
464:"Nothing promotes understanding and rapprochement more than the mutual withdrawal of projections." ~ Carl Jung,
465:this thought has met with the fate of many other useful projects, of being applauded and neglected. ~ Voltaire,
466:When a project has an ample budget, I am interested now in using bigger units of materials. ~ Yoshio Taniguchi,
467:Will she ever understand this? Who knows. Seeing ourselves clearly is the project of a lifetime. ~ Nathan Hill,
468:You know, I do projects that I really care about. I hope I'll stand by that until the day I die! ~ Juno Temple,
469:anyone can download and use the code, and new projects migrate from the edges to the center as a ~ Tim O Reilly,
470:A project such as this depends heavily on the expertise and toil of archivists and librarians. ~ Niall Ferguson,
471:EFR has incredible leverage to the rising uranium price and its projects have massive potential. ~ David Talbot,
472:Everyone sees other people differently because everyone is projecting aspects of him or her self. ~ Debbie Ford,
473:Getting a project started is like moving a ship. It takes a lot of energy to build up momentum. ~ Susan Collins,
474:He was a good boy and ‘projected’ goodness – which later would be the downfall of many a person. ~ Edmund White,
475:I project myself so deeply into the characters in novels that I'm not thinking about my own life. ~ Paul Auster,
476:I stay true, because whatever the project is, I'm still looking for inside of that character. ~ Forest Whitaker,
477:I want to do different projects and be versatile. I don't want to get fixed into narrative comedy. ~ Jason Gann,
478:Private companies have a lot of capital. They can run things efficiently and get projects built. ~ Steve Martin,
479:Richard Helms, had reconstituted the MKULTRA Project and changed its name to Project MK-SEARCH. ~ H P Albarelli,
480:'Twilight' is such an amazing project, and I think it opened up doors for all of us cast members. ~ Kellan Lutz,
481:What is seen by mind, is an environmental image that projected by public consciousness in vicinity. ~ Toba Beta,
482:An hour is not merely an hour, it is a vase full of scents and sounds and projects and climates. ~ Marcel Proust,
483:An hour is not merely an hour; it is a vase full of scents and sounds and projects and climates. ~ Marcel Proust,
484:Anybody who becomes a movie star becomes successful at projecting a certain image to the public. ~ Jay McInerney,
485:Between them an image is projected: a single, winking cursor. It wants a code. It wants the code. ~ Chuck Wendig,
486:I float from one project to another project, so you miss people and you don't see them for years. ~ Ciaran Hinds,
487:If you don't have that trust in the backbone of the project, you may not know what you're making. ~ Lily Collins,
488:In an ideal world, I'd bounce between big projects and no-budget TV dramas with fantastic scripts. ~ David Yates,
489:In fact, the whole of mythology could be taken as a sort of projection of the collective unconscious ~ Carl Jung,
490:Meetings that do not come off keep a character of their own. They stay as they were projected. ~ Elizabeth Bowen,
491:People think a lot, but most of that thinking is of a problem, project or situation - not about it ~ David Allen,
492:People think a lot, but most of that thinking is of a problem, project, or situation—not about it. ~ David Allen,
493:Project Xanadu is essentially my trademark. It was originally, and has returned to my arms as that. ~ Ted Nelson,
494:Take on jobs, projects and challenges that frighten you. It's the best way to get rid of fear. ~ Catherine Mayer,
495:Taking back our light from those we’ve projected it onto opens the door to an unimaginable future. ~ Debbie Ford,
496:The fifth risk did not put him at risk of revealing classified information. “Project management, ~ Michael Lewis,
497:The wedding and family photography paid the bills, but the artistic projects fed her soul. ~ Denise Grover Swank,
498:We don't have to wait for people to green light our projects, we can create our own intersections. ~ Tyler Perry,
499:With every project I start out on, there's no footage. It's always a big slog to find the footage. ~ Alex Gibney,
500:A long project is like a secret houseguest, hidden in your study, waiting to be fed and visited. ~ John Hollander,

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   21 Yoga
   16 Philosophy
   12 Occultism
   6 Integral Yoga
   3 Hinduism
   2 Christianity
   1 Kabbalah
   1 Integral Theory


   26 Sri Aurobindo
   12 Aleister Crowley
   11 The Mother
   11 Swami Vivekananda
   11 Aldous Huxley
   10 Swami Krishnananda
   8 Carl Jung
   5 Sri Ramana Maharshi
   5 Friedrich Nietzsche
   4 Satprem
   4 Jorge Luis Borges
   3 Patanjali
   2 Thubten Chodron
   2 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   2 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   2 Italo Calvino


   21 The Life Divine
   11 The Perennial Philosophy
   11 The Mothers Agenda
   10 The Study and Practice of Yoga
   9 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   9 Talks
   8 Magick Without Tears
   8 Letters On Yoga I
   8 Aion
   6 Liber ABA
   5 The Secret Doctrine
   5 Bhakti-Yoga
   4 Twilight of the Idols
   4 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   4 Savitri
   4 Isha Upanishad
   3 The Hero with a Thousand Faces
   3 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   3 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
   3 Raja-Yoga
   3 Patanjali Yoga Sutras
   2 The Divine Comedy
   2 The Confessions of Saint Augustine
   2 The Castle of Crossed Destinies
   2 Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   2 How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator
   2 Agenda Vol 1
   2 A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah
   2 Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2E


0.05_-_1955, #Agenda Vol 1, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  
  I know that you do not like to write, Mother, but couldn't you say in a few words if you approve of my project or what I should do? In spite of all my rebellions and discouragements and resistances, I am your child. O Mother, help me!
  Signed: Bernard

0.07_-_1957, #Agenda Vol 1, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  
  When seen from the supreme consciousness, the unfolding of all the destinies and all the possibilities of destiny is something infinitely interesting. For example, there are beings accused of megalomania because they have vast projects and great designs which do not always fit in with the world's present possibilities. Most often, it is a simple lack of judgment on their part, a lack of knowledge. They have indeed entered into communication with a higher truth, something that probably corresponds to a future phase of their destiny (which is why they are so convinced), but through lack of judgment, they do not see that the time for this truth has not yet come, that the circumstances are not yet ready, or that the conditions in which they were born prevent them from carrying out what they feel to be true. There is a gap between the vision of a truth and its present possibilities for realization. But these great dreams must not be killed, for it would mean killing something of your own future. Above all, we must refuse, energetically reject, this hideous morality of the Philistine which says that 'nothing ever changes,' this flat and vulgar common sense a la
  Sancho Panza. Simply, one must know how to wait and to nurture one's dreams for a long time.

01.05_-_The_Yoga_of_the_King_The_Yoga_of_the_Spirits_Freedom_and_Greatness, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    Its foreheads glowing with the Oversoul,
    Its forms projected from the Unknowable,
    Its eyes dreaming of the Ineffable,

03.01_-_The_Pursuit_of_the_Unknowable, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The spirit that dies not and the Godhead's self
  Seemed myths projected from the Unknowable;
  From It all sprang, in It is called to cease.

03.02_-_The_Gradations_of_Consciousness_The_Gradation_of_Planes, #The Integral Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  If we regard the gradation of worlds or planes as a whole, we see them as a great connected complex movement; the higher precipitate their influences on the lower, the lower react to the higher and develop or manifest in themselves within their own formula something that corresponds to the superior power and its action. The material world has evolved life in obedience to a pressure from the vital plane, mind in obedience to a pressure from the mental plane. It is now trying to evolve supermind in obedience to a pressure from the supramental plane. In more detail, particular forces, movements, powers, beings of a higher world can throw themselves on the lower to establish appropriate and corresponding forms which will connect them with the material domain and, as it were, reproduce or project their action here. And each thing created here has, supporting it, subtler envelopes or forms of itself which make it subsist and connect it with forces acting from above. Man, for instance, has, besides his gross physical body, subtler sheaths or bodies by which he lives behind the veil in direct connection with supraphysical planes of consciousness and can be influenced by their powers, movements and beings. What takes place in life has always behind it preexistent movements and forms in the occult vital planes; what takes place in mind presupposes preexistent movements and forms in the occult mental planes. That is an aspect of things which becomes more and more evident, insistent and important, the more we progress in a dynamic Yoga.
  

03.03_-_The_House_of_the_Spirit_and_the_New_Creation, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Harmonised a Oneness deep, immeasurable.
  In these new worlds projected he became
  A portion of the universal gaze,

09.01_-_Towards_the_Black_Void, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The source of all which she had seemed or wrought,
  A power projected into cosmic space,
  A slow embodiment of the aeonic will,

1.008_-_The_Principle_of_Self-Affirmation, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  Loves and hatreds change when our condition changes, so that likes and dislikes, loves and hatreds are the reactions set up in respect of certain external objects by the changing pattern of our own personality or individuality. If it is summer, I like to drink water; if it is winter, I like to drink hot tea. My liking for hot tea or for cold water has some connection with what is taking place inside me in my biological and psychological personality. When there is drying up of the system due to heat, there is a need for water I would like to drink cold water. But when it is freezing cold due to the wintry atmosphere, I would like to have hot tea. So our like of hot tea and dislike of cold water in winter is caused by a peculiar condition of our body coupled with the condition of the mind, of course. In summer we would not like to drink hot tea. We would like a soda or cold water, etc., and dislike anything that is hot; we would not like to have hot coffee or hot tea in such climate. "Oh, it is so hot. I will take cold water." We dislike during summer that very thing which we liked in winter. What has happened to us? Why did we like it that day and today we dislike it? It is not because there is something wrong with tea or something wrong with water. They are the same things; nothing has happened to them. But something has happened to us. So today I like that which I disliked the other day, and today I dislike that which I liked the other day. What is the reason? The reason is us only. What has happened to us? Something has happened to us. If one can very carefully go into the deepest recesses of one's nature, one would know why loves and hatreds arise in one's mind. We project upon others, by a peculiar process called a defense-mechanism in psychoanalysis, the counterpart of our own nature. That which will not fit into our present condition is not liked by us. By 'present condition' I mean physical, biological, psychological, social everything. Anything that will fit into our present physical, biological, psychological and social condition is liked or loved by us. Anything that is outside the need of this condition is disliked; it becomes an obstacle. "I don't like it," we say. Why don't we like it? We do not know. "I don't like it; that is all." But if we are good physicians of the mind we will know why it is that we like it, and why it is that we do not like it.
  
  --
  
  The ego does not want all these questions to be raised; it cannot answer these questions. It is a terrific sword that we brandish before it, to put these questions to it. It will become mad if such questions are put. It doesn't want to listen to all these things; it will affirm a particular condition only. Immediately there is a ramification with two tentacles on one side there is love and on the other side there is hatred. They are automatic manifestations of the principle of individuality. The moment we assert ourselves in a particular condition, love and hatred must be there, because love is an automatic projection of the mind in respect of the counterpart of our present condition, which also explains hatred.
  

1.009_-_Perception_and_Reality, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  In the previous chapter we were discussing a very important subject which every student of yoga should remember: how the two types of perception, about which Sage Patanjali tells us some very important aspects, tell upon not only our personal and social life, but upon our efforts towards spiritual perfection. The determinate aspects of psychological experience were touched upon briefly as consisting principally of self-affirmation or egoism, which projects itself as love and hatred. Also, we had occasion to go a little deep into the mystery of love and hatred as to why they arise at all. Generally this is the type of life that the individual lives in the world, getting identified with these psychological processes to such an extent that one cannot know that one is so involved.
  
  --
  
  To put it in modern psychological terms, a kind of cosmic schizophrenia has taken place. In schizophrenia the person does not become split, but looks like a split personality. In this condition, which sometimes is compared to a dream split of consciousness, a real isolation does not take place. This is another analogy. Our personality splits itself into the observer and the observed world in dream. But are we really split? No. Otherwise, we would not wake up as a whole individual. The perception of real objects in dream, by a real subject dreaming, and a real attitude of like, dislike, etc., which that subject projects towards the object all of this drama looking very, very real is not truly real, because if that had really taken place, there would be no waking up of the individual into a wholeness of consciousness. So this is explained only as a mystery beyond human comprehension.
  
  --
  
  Now, perceptions are of two kinds: real perceptions and unreal perceptions. When we perceive an object in the world, like a tree, it appears to be real; we cannot say it is unreal. Why is it real? What is the definition of reality? This is another very interesting philosophical subject. How do we know that any object is real? If we are asked how we define reality, what we mean by 'real', what is our idea? If we are asked to define reality, define the character of anything being real, we will find that it is difficult to define it. If I project my fingers and attempt to touch it, I must have a sensation of touch then it is real, isn't it? The sensation of touch should say there is a hard object, and then I say it is real. Is this the definition of reality? So we want only a sensation of hardness. The moment that sensation comes, it is real. And it has to be corroborated by the eyes; they must also say, "Yes, we are seeing a shape." The eyes can see only a shape. But how do we know that the shape is real? The fingers will tell us, "We are feeling solidity a hardness and concreteness." If it has a smell and a taste, etc., then it becomes real. We have passed judgement it is real. So, the nose should smell, the fingers should feel the concreteness and solidity, the eyes should see a shape, etc.; then, the thing is real. Is this a definition? This is a dangerous definition, but we cannot have any other definition.
  

1.00c_-_INTRODUCTION, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  in a straight line. Every motion is in a circle. If you could take
  up a stone, and project it into space, and then live long
  enough, that stone would come back exactly to your hand. A
  straight line, infinitely projected, must end in a circle.
  Therefore, this idea that the destiny of man is progression ever

1.00_-_Gospel, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  
  According to the Tantra, akti is the active creative force in the universe. iva, the Absolute, is a more or less passive principle. Further, akti is as inseparable from iva as fire's power to burn is from fire itself. akti, the Creative Power, contains in Its womb the universe, and therefore is the Divine Mother. All women are Her symbols. Kli is one of Her several forms. The meditation on Kli, the Creative Power, is the central discipline of the Tantra. While meditating, the aspirant at first regards himself as one with the Absolute and then thinks that out of that Impersonal Consciousness emerge two entities, namely, his own self and the living form of the Goddess. He then projects the Goddess into the tangible image before him and worships it as the Divine Mother.
  
  --
  
  y, the mighty weaver of the garb, is none other than Kli, the Divine Mother. She is the primordial Divine Energy, akti, and She can no more be distinguished from the Supreme Brahman than can the power of burning be distinguished from fire. She projects the world and again withdraws it. She spins it as the spider spins its web. She is the Mother of the Universe, identical with the Brahman of Vednta, and with the tman of Yoga. As eternal Lawgiver, She makes and unmakes laws; it is by Her imperious will that karma yields its fruit. She ensnares men with illusion and again releases them from bondage with a look of Her benign eyes. She is the supreme Mistress of the cosmic play, and all objects, animate and inanimate, dance by Her will. Even those who realize the Absolute in nirvikalpa Samdhi are under Her jurisdiction as long as they still live on the relative plane.
  

1.010_-_Self-Control_-_The_Alpha_and_Omega_of_Yoga, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  The effect here, which is our own personality and individuality, is projected by certain conditions as causative factors which do not operate outside our individuality, but are the very constituents of our individuality; therefore, what is called for is a very unusual type of transformation on the part of the effect, for the sake of the knowledge of its cause. All logical and scientific methods fail here because of a completely new type of technique that is expected to be employed. The observing scientist here is not sitting in a laboratory with some instrument to observe the effect, or to know the nature of the cause of a particular effect. The observer is involved in the very act of observation, and herein is the difficulty. The observer is involved in the act of observation, so that the condition of the observer determines the condition of the observation and the nature of the observed effect.
  
  The effect, which is this individuality of ours, is nothing but a spatial and temporal projection of a particular condition called the cause. The more we become externalised, the more we become spatial and temporal. The more we go towards the cause internally, the less is the pressure exerted on us by space, time and relevant conditions. But the more we proceed further and further in an external direction towards space, time and objects, the more we become automatons, more and more enslaved, more and more helpless, more and more puppets, as it were. We become more and more free and autonomous the more we withdraw ourselves from spatial and temporal conditions and tend to be what we are in our own selves. The causes of our existence as individuals are not capable of being known by the mind, because these causes drive even the mind in a particular way for its function in space and in time.
  
  The whole of yoga is self-control in one word, 'self-mastery' in the sense that the rays of the mind and the senses, the projecting powers of individuality, have to be brought back to their source in order that there may be consciousness of the cause. There cannot be a consciousness of the cause as long as the cause is not the object of consciousness, inasmuch as the latter is involved in the externalised activity of the mind and the senses. We cannot know an object unless the consciousness follows this cognitive act and enlivens the senses, activates them towards the object which is seen, cognised or perceived by them. On account of this engagement of consciousness through the mind and the senses in respect of objects outside and in all acts of perception and cognition, it finds no time to revert to its cause. We have no time. The consciousness cannot find time to become aware of its own background, inasmuch as it is heavily engaged and is very busy throughout the day and the night in attending to the needs of the mind and the senses in their activity of projection externally to objects. So, to become aware of the cause would be to enable the consciousness to revert itself in that direction inwardly for which purpose it has to be withdrawn, tentatively at least, in an appreciable measure, from its engagement in objective perception through the mind and the senses.
  

1.013_-_Defence_Mechanisms_of_the_Mind, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  Our physical body is not our total personality. We have many things inside us which we cannot see with our eyes. Internal to the body is the vital principle, called the prana in Sanskrit. The prana is not the breath. The breath is only the external function of an energy principle called prana. It cannot be translated into English. Prana is a very subtle, ethereal principle, subtler even than electricity. It is pranic energy that enables the physical body to function, including the functions of breathing, digesting, and the circulation of blood. Everything is controlled by the movement of the pranic energy. It is also this prana which acts as the motive power behind the action of the senses. If the pranas are withheld, the senses become weak in their action. So, the pranas are something like the electric force generated by the dynamo of the individual within, to project the senses externally towards objects. And the mind, which is the synthesising principle of all sense activities, passes judgement of a tentative character upon the reports brought in by the senses. Finally, there is the supreme judge, which is the intellect.
  

1.01_-_Prayer, #Bhakti-Yoga, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  "He is the Soul of the Universe; He is Immortal; His is the Rulership; He is the All-knowing, the All-pervading, the Protector of the Universe, the Eternal Ruler. None else is there efficient to govern the world eternally. He who at the beginning of creation projected Brahm (i.e. the universal consciousness), and who delivered the Vedas unto him seeking liberation I go for refuge unto that effulgent One, whose light turns the understanding towards the tman."
  Shvetshvatara-Upanishad, VI. 17-18.

1.01_-_SAMADHI_PADA, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  manufactured. This mind-stuff takes in the forces of nature,
  and projects them as thought. There must be something,
  again, where both force and matter are one. This is called
  --
  frequently neglected. We must remember the definition of
  this world of ours; it is only the Infinite Existence projected
  into the plane of consciousness. A little of the Infinite is
  projected into consciousness, and that we call our world. So
  there is an Infinite beyond, and religion has to deal with both,

1.01_-_The_Human_Aspiration, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  0:She follows to the goal of those that are passing on beyond, she is the first in the eternal succession of the dawns that are coming, - Usha widens bringing out that which lives, awakening someone who was dead. . . . What is her scope when she harmonises with the dawns that shone out before and those that now must shine? She desires the ancient mornings and fulfils their light; projecting forwards her illumination she enters into communion with the rest that are to come. Kutsa Angirasa - Rig Veda.1
  

1.020_-_The_World_and_Our_World, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  Basing themselves on this scriptural proclamation, exponents tell us that there is a distinction between what they call Ishvara srishti and jiva srishti the creation of God and the creation of the individual. There are two kinds of creation. Ikshanadi-praveshanta srishtir ishana kalpita; jagradadi-vimokshantah samsaro jiva-kalpitah - says the Panchadasi, in a famous passage. The meaning of passage has reference to the Aittareya Upanishad and such other relevant passages in other Upanishads, and makes out that God willed to be many, and manifested Himself as this vast creation, projected individualities, and entered the individual by an immanence of His own nature. This is another way of describing the traditional process of creation through divine manifestations usually known as Ishvara, Hiranyagarbha and Virat all of which are precedent to individual manifestations, and prior to the existence of human beings. But there is also what is known as 'individual's creation'. A lot of detail about it is given in the Panchadasi, especially in its fourth chapter called Dvaita Vivek how duality-consciousness arose at all, and how perceptions can bind us, though they need not necessarily bind us.
  
  --
  
  But I can perceive a human being in another way altogether by which I can bind myself namely, this human being is my father; this human being is my friend; this human being is my enemy; this human being can do something for me, this way or that way. This is what is known as jiva srishti, which is an attitude of subjective appreciation and evaluation which an individual projects in respect of an external object. A woman is a human being, but the moment that woman is regarded as mother, or a wife, or a sister, that attitude becomes jiva srishti. A relationship that seems to obtain between one individual and another in a subjective manner is the projection of the mind of the jiva or the individual, which is the cause of joy and sorrow in the world and is the essence of samsara bondage.
  
  But Ishvara srishti is pure existence of things. A lump of gold is a lump of gold; but, that it is a valuable substance, that it has great worth and, therefore, can be taken away or stolen these ideas are projections of the mind of the individual. So in the perception of any given object, two factors are supposed to be involved jiva shrishti and Ishvara srishti. This is a conclusion safely arrived at to obviate any kind of extreme position that people generally take, either from the objective side or from the subjective side.
  
  --
  
  This is perhaps the significance of perception from an organic point of view, while what happens in our case, at present, is that this organic connection between the seer and the seen is lost sight of, and we have only a mechanised form of perception where there is a false evaluation projected on the object by the mind which is perceiving it, on account of its losing contact with the vital issue which is involved in perception, namely its connectedness to the object. Whether in attachment or in aversion, the mind is not properly related to the object. It has an improper relationship with things, both in love and hatred. The impropriety of this relationship arises on account of its false disconnectedness from the object, and we cannot properly understand the way of controlling the mind if we cannot understand the relationship that the mind has with the object. It has a twofold relationship. On the one side, it stands as a perceiver of the object and is obliged to regard the object as an outside something, which is the very meaning of perception, of course. But, on the other side, there is a basic similarity of nature between the seer and the seen, which is the reason why there is the very possibility of perception at all. A consciousness of the object would be impossible if the seer of the object is basically disconnected from the object. Basic disconnection would not be permissible. An utter isolation of the subject from the object would defeat the very purpose of all perception.
  
  --
  
  What is an individual, which we call the percipient? It is an abstracted group of characters, tentatively isolated from a larger set or group of characters to which these former really belong an act that has been perpetrated mysteriously for the purpose of playing a drama, we may say. We have falsely isolated ourselves. Even that isolation is not a real isolation, because a mere abstraction of a few characters from a group of larger characters cannot be regarded as real. It is only a closing of one's eyes to certain existent conditions. We can ignore the presence of things and conditions which are not conducive to our present purpose, but why this purpose itself has arisen is a very difficult thing to answer. This is maya, as they call it, a peculiar jugglery that has been projected by no one. Neither can we say that God created it, nor can we say that we created it. It is somewhere; and how it has come, neither can we say, nor can anyone else say. The inscrutability of the relationship between the individual and the cosmic, the difficulty in ascertaining the connection between appearance and reality this is called maya. To put it in more plain terms, the relationship between the subject and the object is itself difficult to understand.
  

1.02.2.1_-_Brahman_Oneness_of_God_and_the_World, #Isha Upanishad, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Creation is not a making of something out of nothing or of
  one thing out of another, but a self-projection of Brahman into
  the conditions of Space and Time. Creation is not a making, but

1.02.3.1_-_The_Lord, #Isha Upanishad, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  samam brahma,2 lending its support to all without choice or
  active participation. Secure and free in His eternal immutability the Lord projects Himself into the play and the movement,
  becoming there in His self-existence all that the Seer in Him visualises and the Thinker in Him conceives. Kavir mans. paribhuh.
  --
  The human soul is one with the Lord; it also is in its completeness Sachchidananda using Ignorance as the minor term of
  its being. But it has projected its conceptions into this minor
  term and established there in limited mind its centre of vision,
  --
  form and action inevitably corresponding to the Idea. This is the
  original Indian conception of creation, self-production or projection into form (sr.s.t.i, prasava). Being uses its self-awareness to
  evolve infinite forms of itself governed by the expansion of the

1.02_-_Meditating_on_Tara, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  We might also look at how we made ourselves into a target or accidentally
  became a target onto which they projected their confusion. Maybe we
  werent very considerate of them. Maybe we have certain bad habits of which

1.02_-_SADHANA_PADA, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  net, and cannot go anywhere except along the lines of that net,
  so we have projected out of our own substance this net-work
  called the nerves, and we cannot work except through the
  --
  and will one day come back to you with tremendous power in
  the form of some misery here. If you project all sorts of hatred
  and jealousy, they will rebound on you with compound

1.02_-_The_Necessity_of_Magick_for_All, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  
  We who accept the Law of Thelema, even should we concur in this doctrine theoretically, cannot admit that in practice the plan would work out; our aim is that our Nothing, ideally perfect as it is in itself, should enjoy itself through realizing itself in the fulfillment of all possibilities. All such phenomena or "point-events" are equally "illusion"; Nothing is always Nothing; but the projection of Nothing on this screen of the phenomenal does not only explain, but constitutes, the Universe. It is the only system which reconciles all the contradictions inherent in Thought, and in Experience; for in it "Reality" is "Illusion", "Free-will" is "Destiny", the "Self" is the "Not-Self"; and so for every puzzle of Philosophy.
  

1.02_-_The_Philosophy_of_Ishvara, #Bhakti-Yoga, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  This is proved from the scriptural text, "From whom all these things are born, by which all that are born live, unto whom they, departing, return ask about it. That is Brahman.' If this quality of ruling the universe be a quality common even to the liberated then this text would not apply as a definition of Brahman defining Him through His rulership of the universe. The uncommon attributes alone define a thing; therefore in texts like 'My beloved boy, alone, in the beginning there existed the One without a second. That saw and felt, "I will give birth to the many." That projected heat.' 'Brahman indeed alone existed in the beginning. That One evolved. That projected a blessed form, the Kshatra. All these gods are Kshatras: Varuna, Soma, Rudra, Parjanya, Yama, Mrityu, Ishna.' 'Atman indeed existed alone in the beginning; nothing else vibrated; He thought of projecting the world; He projected the world after.' 'Alone Nryana existed; neither Brahm, nor Ishana, nor the Dyv-Prithivi, nor the stars, nor water, nor fire, nor Soma, nor the sun. He did not take pleasure alone. He after His meditation had one daughter, the ten organs, etc.' and in others as, 'Who living in the earth is separate from the earth, who living in the Atman, etc.' the Shrutis speak of the Supreme One as the subject of the work of ruling the universe. . . . Nor in these descriptions of the ruling of the universe is there any position for the liberated soul, by which such a soul may have the ruling of the universe ascribed to it."
  

1.02_-_The_Shadow, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  sible to influence. These resistances are usually bound up with
  projections, which are not recognized as such, and their recogni-
  tion is a moral achievement beyond the ordinary. While some
  --
  other person. No matter how obvious it may be to the neutral
  observer that it is a matter of projections, there is little hope
  that the subject will perceive this himself. He must be con-
  vinced that he throws a very long shadow before he is willing to
  withdraw his emotionally-toned projections from their object.
  
  *7 Let us suppose that a certain individual shows no inclina-
  tion whatever to recognize his projections. The projection-mak-
  ing factor then has a free hand and can realize its object- if it has
  --
  power. As we know, it is not the conscious subject but the
  unconscious which does the projecting. Hence one meets with
  projections, one does not make them. The effect of projection is
  to isolate the subject from his environment, since instead of a
  real relation to it there is now only an illusory one. projections
  change the world into the replica of one's own unknown face. In
  --
  and the still worse feeling of sterility are in their turn explained
  by projection as the malevolence of the environment, and by
  means of this vicious circle the isolation is intensified. The more
  --
  
  projections are thrust in between the subject and the environ-
  ment, the harder it is for the ego to see through its illusions. A
  --
  
  J 9 One might assume that projections like these, which are so
  very difficult if not impossible to dissolve, would belong to the
  --
  same but to the opposite sex, in a man's case to a woman and
  vice versa. The source of projections is no longer the shadow-
  which is always of the same sex as the subject- but a contrasexual
  --
  man, two corresponding archetypes whose autonomy and uncon-
  sciousness explain the stubbornness of their projections. Though
  the shadow is a motif as well known to mythology as anima and

1.02_-_The_Three_European_Worlds, #The Ever-Present Origin, #Jean Gebser, #Integral
  
  Man's lack of spatial awareness is attended by a lack of ego-consciousness, since in order to objectify and qualify space, a self-conscious "I" is required that is able to stand opposite or confront space, as well as to depict or represent it by projecting it out of his soul or psyche. In this light, Worringer's statements regarding the lack of all space consciousness in Egyptian art are perfectly valid: "Only in the rudimentary form of prehistorical space and cave magic does space have a role in Egyptian architecture . . . . The Egyptians were neutral and indifferent toward space . . . . They were not even potentially aware of spatiality. Their experience was not trans-spatial but pre-spatial; . . . their culture of oasis cultivation was spaceless . . . . Their culture knew only spatial limitations and enclosures in architecture but no inwardness or interiority as such. Just as their engraved reliefs lacked shadow depth, so too was their architecture devoid of special depth. The third dimension, that is the actual dimension of life's tension and polarity, was experience not as a quality but as a mere quantity. How then was space, the moment of depth-seeking extent, to enter their awareness as an independent quality apart from all corporality? . . . The Egyptians lacked utterly any spatial consciousness."
  
  --
  
  With Leonardo the perspectival means and techniques attain their perfection. His Trattatodella Pittura (a collection of his writings assembled by others after his death based on a mid-sixteenth-century compilation known as the Codex Vaticanus Urbinas 1270) is the first truly scientific and not merely theoretical description of all possible types of perspective. It is the first detailed discussion of light as the visible reality of our eyes and not, as was previously believed, as a symbol of the divine spirit. This emergent illumination dispels any remaining obscurities surrounding perspective, and reveals Leonardo as the courageous discoverer of aerial and color, as opposed to linear, perspective. Whereas linear perspective created the perspectival illusion on a plane surface by the projections of technical drafting, aerial and color perspective achieve their comprehension and rendering of space by techniques of gradation of color and hue, by the use of shadow, and by the chromatic treatment of the horizon.
  
  --
  
  "Perspective is a proof or test confirmed by our experience, that all things project their images toward the eye in pyramidal lines." In addition to the fact that we again meet up with Alberti's important idea of the pyramid, now given its valid restatement by Leonardo, the remark expresses the very essence of Leonardo's rather dramatic situation: it expresses his Platonic, even pre-Platonic animistic attitude that "all things project their image toward the eye," which the eye does not perceive, but rather suffers or endures. This creates an unusual and even disquieting tension between the two parts of the sentence, since the purely Aristotelian notion of the first part not only speaks of proof but indeed proceeds from the "experience" of early science. This struggle in Leonardo himself between the scientist demonstrating things and the artist enduring them reflects the transitional situation between the unperspectival and the perspectival worlds.
  

1.03_-_PERSONALITY,_SANCTITY,_DIVINE_INCARNATION, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  The will is free and we are at liberty to identify our being either exclusively with our selfness and its interests, regarded as independent of indwelling Spirit and transcendent Godhead (in which case we shall be passively damned or actively fiendish), or exclusively with the divine within us and without (in which case we shall be saints), or finally with self at one moment or in one context and with spiritual not-self at other moments and in other contexts (in which case we shall be average citizens, too theocentric to be wholly lost, and too egocentric to achieve enlightenment and a total deliverance). Since human craving can never be satisfied except by the unitive knowledge of God and since the mind-body is capable of an enormous variety of experiences, we are free to identify ourselves with an almost infinite number of possible objectswith the pleasures of gluttony, for example, or intemperance, or sensuality; with money, power or fame; with our family, regarded as a possession or actually an extension and projection of our own selfness; with our goods and chattels, our hobbies, our collections; with our artistic or scientific talents; with some favourite branch of knowledge, some fascinating special subject; with our professions, our political parties, our churches; with our pains and illnesses; with our memories of success or misfortune, our hopes, fears and schemes for the future; and finally with the eternal Reality within which and by which all the rest has its being. And we are free, of course, to identify ourselves with more than one of these things simultaneously or in succession. Hence the quite astonishingly improbable combination of traits making up a complex personality. Thus a man can be at once the craftiest of politicians and the dupe of his own verbiage, can have a passion for brandy and money, and an equal passion for the poetry of George Meredith and under-age girls and his mother, for horse-racing and detective stories and the good of his countrythe whole accompanied by a sneaking fear of hell-fire, a hatred of Spinoza and an unblemished record for Sunday church-going. A person born with one kind of psycho-physical constitution will be tempted to identify himself with one set of interests and passions, while a person with another kind of temperament will be tempted to make very different identifications. But these temptations (though extremely powerful, if the constitutional bias is strongly marked) do not have to be succumbed to; people can and do resist them, can and do refuse to identify themselves with what it would be all too easy and natural for them to be; can and do become better and quite other than their own selves. In this context the following brief article on How Men Behave in Crisis (published in a recent issue of Harpers Magazine) is highly significant. A young psychiatrist, who went as a medical observer on five combat missions of the Eighth Air Force in England says that in times of great stress and danger men are likely to react quite uniformly, even though under normal circumstances, they differ widely in personality. He went on one mission, during which the B-17 plane and crew were so severely damaged that survival seemed impossible. He had already studied the on the ground personalities of the crew and had found that they represented a great diversity of human types. Of their behaviour in crisis he reported:
  
  --
  
  The saint is one who knows that every moment of our human life is a moment of crisis; for at every moment we are called upon to make an all-important decisionto choose between the way that leads to death and spiritual darkness and the way that leads towards light and life; between interests exclusively temporal and the eternal order; between our personal will, or the will of some projection of our personality, and the will of God. In order to fit himself to deal with the emergencies of his way of life, the saint undertakes appropriate training of mind and body, just as the solther does. But whereas the objectives of military training are limited and very simple, namely, to make men courageous, cool-headed and co-operatively efficient in the business of killing other men, with whom, personally, they have no quarrel, the objectives of spiritual training are much less narrowly specialized. Here the aim is primarily to bring human beings to a state in which, because there are no longer any God-eclipsing obstacles between themselves and Reality, they are able to be aware continuously of the divine Ground of their own and all other beings; secondarily, as a means to this end, to meet all, even the most trivial circumstances of daily living without malice, greed, self-assertion or voluntary ignorance, but consistently with love and understanding. Because its objectives are not limited, because, for the lover of God, every moment is a moment of crisis, spiritual training is incomparably more difficult and searching than military training. There are many good solthers, few saints.
  

1.03_-_.REASON._IN_PHILOSOPHY, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  ego as Being, and as substance, and the faith in the ego as substance
  is projected into all things--in this way, alone, the concept "thing"
  is created. Being is thought into and insinuated into everything as

1.03_-_Supernatural_Aid, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  the smoke hole of a subterranean chamber. A ladder, black from
  smoke, projected through the hole. Looking down into the cham
  ber they saw an old woman, the Spider Woman, who glanced up

1.03_-_The_Sephiros, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  But its first differentiation, by emanation or reflection, is purely spiritual and gives rise to a number of " beings " which we may call Gods, their consciousness being of such a nature, of such a degree of sublimity, as to surpass our comprehension. From one point of consideration, the
  " Gods " are the forces of Nature ; their " Names " are the laws of Nature ; they are therefore eternal, omnipresent, and omnipotent - only, however, for the cycle of time, almost infinite though it be, wherein they are manifested or projected.
  
  --
  
  Tipharas completes the trinity of Sephiros constituting the second Triad, which in turn projects itself still further
  

1.03_-_The_Syzygy_-_Anima_and_Animus, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  
  2 What, then, is this projection-making factor? The East calls
  it the "Spinning Woman" x - Maya, who creates illusion by her
  --
  
  24 In the case of the son, the projection-making factor is iden-
  tical with the mother-imago, and this is consequently taken to
  be the real mother. The projection can only be dissolved when
  the son sees that in the realm of his psyche there is an imago not
  --
  
  * 6 The projection-making factor is the anima, or rather the
  unconscious as represented by the anima. Whenever she appears,
  --
  results in a considerable psychological difference between men
  and women, and accordingly I have called the projection-mak-
  ing factor in women the animus, which means mind or spirit.
  --
  preserves where anima and animus roam. Hence it is much more
  difficult to become conscious of one's anima/animus projections
  than to acknowledge one's shadow side. One has, of course, to
  overcome certain moral obstacles, such as vanity, ambition, con-
  ceit, resentment, etc., but in the case of projections all sorts of
  purely intellectual difficulties are added, quite apart from the
  contents of the projection which one simply doesn't know how
  to cope with. And on top of all this there arises a profound
  --
  
  37 So if we set it up as a kind of requirement that projections
  should be dissolved, because it is wholesomer that way and in
  --
  3 8 One can imagine how desirable it would be in such cases to
  dissolve the projection. And there are always optimists who be-
  lieve that the golden age can be ushered in simply by telling peo-
  --
  39 I mention all this just to illustrate the order of magnitude
  to which the anima/animus projections belong, and the moral
  and intellectual exertions that are needed to dissolve them. Not
  all the contents of the anima and animus are projected, how-
  ever. Many of them appear spontaneously in dreams and so on,
  --
  in the figures of anima and animus. They personify those of its
  contents which, when withdrawn from projection, can be in-
  tegrated into consciousness. To this extent, both figures repre-

1.03_-_The_Tale_of_the_Alchemist_Who_Sold_His_Soul, #The Castle of Crossed Destinies, #Italo Calvino, #Fiction
  
  Now there was still The Wheel of Fortune to interpret, one of the most complicated images in the whole tarot game. It could mean simply that fortune had turned in Faust's direction, but this explanation seemed too obvious for the alchemist's narrative style, always elliptical and allusive. On the other hand, it was legitimate to suppose that our doctor, having got possession of the diabolical secret, conceived a monstrous plan: to change into gold all that was changeable. The wheel of the Tenth Arcanum would then literally mean the toiling gears of the Great Gold Mill, the gigantic mechanism which would raise up the Metropolis of Precious Metal; and the human forms of various ages seen pushing the wheel or rotating with it were there to indicate the crowds of men who eagerly lent a hand to the project and dedicated the years of their lives to turning those wheels day and night. This interpretation failed to take into account all the details of the miniature (for example, the animalesque ears and tails that adorned some of the revolving human figures), but it was a basis for interpreting the following cards of cups and coins as the Kingdom of Abundance in which the City of Gold's inhabitants wallowed. (The rows of yellow circles perhaps evoked the gleaming domes of golden skyscrapers that flanked the streets of the Metropolis.)
  But when would the established price be collected by the Cloven Contracting Party? The story's two final cards were already on the table, placed there by the first narrator: the Two of Swords and Temperance. At the gates of the City of Gold armed guards blocked the way to anyone who wished to enter, to prevent access to the Cloven-hooved Collector, no matter in what guise he might turn up. And even if a simple maiden, like the one in the last card, were to approach, the guards made her halt.

1.03_-_To_Layman_Ishii, #Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin, #Hakuin Ekaku, #Zen
  Ishii became an important patron of the impoverished temple, and later helped fund a number of
  Hakuin's building and publishing projects. Most of the half-dozen or so other letters that Hakuin wrote Ishii are expressions of gratitude for donations and gifts received, or services rendered. In one letter, Hakuin thanks Ishii for a large supply of cut tobacco that Ishii had sent to fuel Hakuin's wellknown pipe habit. A long verse Hakuin sent Ishii, one of the most remarkable pieces in the Poison
  Blossoms collection, is an expression of thanks for two large boulders Ishii had donated to the Shinji gardens. The verse is filled with vivid images describing the progress of the unwieldy objects as they are rafted down from the foothills of Mount Fuji, landed on the coast near Hara village, then manhandled overland to Shin-ji, making us feel the excitement and impatience Hakuin experienced as he awaited their arrival (a translation is found in The Religious Art of Zen Master Hakuin, 129-

1.04_-_Descent_into_Future_Hell, #The Red Book Liber Novus, #unset, #Buddhism
  
  96. In his lecture at the ETH on June 14, 1935, Jung commented (partially in reference to this fantasy, which he referred to anonymously): "The sun motif appears in many places and times and the meaning is always the same-that a new consciousness has been born. It is the light of illumination which is projected into space. This is a psychological event; the medical term
  "hallucination" makes no sense in psychology: / The Katabasis plays a very important role in the

1.04_-_GOD_IN_THE_WORLD, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  Every individual being, from the atom up to the most highly organized of living bodies and the most exalted of finite minds may be thought of, in Ren Gunons phrase, as a point where a ray of the primordial Godhead meets one of the differentiated, creaturely emanations of that same Godheads creative energy. The creature, as creature, may be very far from God, in the sense that it lacks the intelligence to discover the nature of the divine Ground of its being. But the creature in its eternal essenceas the meeting place of creatureliness and primordial Godheadis one of the infinite number of points where divine Reality is wholly and eternally present. Because of this, rational beings can come to the unitive knowledge of the divine Ground, non-rational and inanimate beings may reveal to rational beings the fulness of Gods presence within their material forms. The poets or the painters vision of the divine in nature, the worshippers awareness of a holy presence in the sacrament, symbol or imagethese are not entirely subjective. True, such perceptions cannot be had by all perceivers, for knowledge is a function of being; but the thing known is independent of the mode and nature of the knower. What the poet and painter see, and try to record for us, is actually there, waiting to be apprehended by anyone who has the right kind of faculties. Similarly, in the image or the sacramental object the divine Ground is wholly present. Faith and devotion prepare the worshippers mind for perceiving the ray of Godhead at its point of intersection with the particular fragment of matter before him. Incidentally, by being worshipped, such symbols become the centres of a field of force. The longings, emotions and imaginations of those who kneel and, for generations, have knelt before the shrine create, as it were, an enduring vortex in the psychic medium, so that the image lives with a secondary, inferior divine life projected on to it by its worshippers, as well as with the primary divine life which, in common with all other animate and inanimate beings, it possesses in virtue of its relation to the divine Ground. The religious experience of sacramentalists and image worshippers may be perfectly genuine and objective; but it is not always or necessarily an experience of God or the Godhead. It may be, and perhaps in most cases it actually is, an experience of the field of force generated by the minds of past and present worshippers and projected on to the sacramental object where it sticks, so to speak, in a condition of what may be called second-hand objectivity, waiting to be perceived by minds suitably attuned to it. How desirable this kind of experience really is will have to be discussed in another section. All that need be said here is that the iconoclasts contempt for sacraments and symbols, as being nothing but mummery with stocks and stones is quite unjustified.
  

1.04_-_Religion_and_Occultism, #Words Of The Mother III, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  *
  Pre-vision: the power of projecting ones consciousness into the future.
  

1.04_-_The_Crossing_of_the_First_Threshold, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  The regions of the unknown (desert, jungle, deep sea, alien
  land, etc.) are free fields for the projection of unconscious con
  tent. Incestuous libido and patricidal destrudo are thence reflected

1.04_-_The_Sacrifice_the_Triune_Path_and_the_Lord_of_the_Sacrifice, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Eventually in this witness soul or behind it is revealed to him the presence of a Knower and master Will in Nature, and all her activities more and more appear as an expression of what is known and either actively willed or passively permitted by this Lord of her existence. Prakriti herself now seems to be mechanical only in the carefully regulated appearance of her workings, but in fact a conscious Force with a soul within her, a self-aware significance in her turns, a revelation of a secret
  Will and Knowledge in her steps and figures. This Duality, in aspect separate, is inseparable. Wherever there is Prakriti, there is Purusha; wherever there is Purusha, there is Prakriti. Even in his inactivity he holds in himself all her force and energies ready for projection; even in the drive of her action she carries with her all his observing and mandatory consciousness as the whole support and sense of her creative purpose. Once more the seeker discovers in his experience the two poles of existence of
  One Being and the two lines or currents of their energy negative and positive in relation to each other which effect by their simultaneity the manifestation of all that is within it. Here too he finds that the separative aspect is liberative; for it releases him from the bondage of identification with the inadequate workings of Nature in the Ignorance. The unitive aspect is dynamic and effective; for it enables him to arrive at mastery and perfection; while rejecting what is less divine or seemingly undivine in her, he can rebuild her forms and movements in himself according to a nobler pattern and the law and rhythm of a greater existence. At a certain spiritual and supramental level the Duality becomes still more perfectly Two-in-one, the Master Soul with the Conscious Force within it, and its potentiality disowns all barriers and breaks through every limit. Thus this once separate, now biune Duality of Purusha-Prakriti is revealed to him in all its truth as the second great instrumental and effective aspect of the Soul of all souls, the Master of existence, the Lord of the

1.04_-_The_Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  in self-knowledge resulting from the withdrawal of impersonal
  projections- in other words, the integration of the contents of
  the collective unconscious- exerts a specific influence on the ego-
  --
  of the ego. One cannot dispose of facts by declaring them unreal.
  The projection-making factor, for instance, has undeniable
  reality. Anyone who insists on denying it becomes identical with
  --
  blind spot in the eye, and the more we are assimilated by the
  projection-making factor, the greater becomes the tendency to
  identify with it. A clear symptom of this is our growing disin-
  --
  toms-not to speak of anima and animus, which do not seem to
  appear at all except as projections upon our fellow human be-
  ings. As for the self, it is completely outside the personal sphere,
  --
  an unimpressive point or dot, 11 and a great deal of hard and
  painstaking work as well as the integration of many projections
  are generally required before the full range of the symbol can
  --
  true and original meaning. In this way the connection is re-
  established between the ego and projected contents now formu-
  lated as "metaphysical" ideas. Unfortunately, as already said,

1.04_-_The_Silent_Mind, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  a person's anger, or a brother's suffering. The seeker will need only to tune in to that place or person, in the silence, to have a more or less exact perception of the situation, depending upon his own capacity for silence; for in this case, too, the mind jams everything, because it has desires, fears, prejudices, and anything it perceives is instantly distorted by this desire, that fear, or that prejudice (there are other causes of jamming, which we will discuss later). Therefore, it would seem that silencing the mind brings an expansion of consciousness,
  which becomes capable of projecting itself at will onto any point of the universal reality and learning there what it needs to know.
  In this silent transparency, we will soon make another discovery,

1.052_-_Yoga_Practice_-_A_Series_of_Positive_Steps, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  Likewise, under limited conditions we temporarily exclaim our feelings of brotherliness and friendliness with things of the world, but these feelings are projected by conditions. When the conditions are lifted, the feelings also get lifted. Such a state of mind is unfit for yoga. But when the very same object that has been wrongly regarded as a thing of attachment becomes an object of possession exclusively, it can also liberate the soul. One of the principles of yoga is that any object in this world has two characteristics: enjoyment and bondage on one side, and experience and liberation on the other side.
  

1.056_-_Lack_of_Knowledge_is_the_Cause_of_Suffering, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  Now, what happens in dream? This ignorance of what we really are does not simply keep quiet like that. We are not simply in a sleepy condition where we are completely oblivious of our true nature. There is a mischievous activity taking place simultaneously with this ignorance, and that is what is called the dream perceptions. Not only are we not allowed to know what we really are, but we are told that we are what we are not. This is a terrible type of brainwashing that is going on there, where we become stupid to the utmost, and become totally helpless. We become a tool of forces over which we can have absolutely no control. This is what happens to us in dream. We have forgotten what we really are, and are seeing something which is not there. Then we cling to it, run after it, believe in its reality and then cry for it, and get involved in it as if that is the only reality. So there is a tremendous vikshepa or projection, a violent rajasic activity taking place a tempestuous wind that blows in a wrong direction as a consequence of the dark clouds covering the light of knowledge. Thus avidya, or ignorance, which is the obscuration of the knowledge of our true nature, at the same time produces a counter-effect that is deleterious to the knowledge of our own being the perception of a wrong externality, as happens in dream.
  

1.057_-_The_Four_Manifestations_of_Ignorance, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  The cause of all the problems that have to be encountered in yoga was mentioned as ignorance avidya. This ignorance functions in many ways, and it can be detected only by its ways of working. Patanjali mentions its principle projectiles, by which it binds the individual to phenomenal experience. There are principally four ways in which it works, though in detail it can work in many other ways also. The first action of ignorance is to create a consciousness of the not-Self. The Self appears as the not-Self this is the first blow it gives. Then, the impermanent looks permanent another blow is given over that. Next, pain looks like pleasure a third blow. Lastly, the impure looks pure. Four hits are given, and then down we go. This is the definition of avidya given by the sutra of Patanjali: anitya auci dukha antmasu nitya uci sukha tma khyti avidy (II.5).
  
  --
  
  This ignorance is like this peculiar sleeping crane which is ready to pounce upon its objects, and it will not allow us to be in peace. As was mentioned previously, unless the cause is tackled properly and treated, there is no use merely catching hold of the effects. These effects are like ambassadors who have come merely to convey the message of the government to which they belong. There is no use in talking to the ambassador with a wry face or in language which is unbecoming, as he is only a representative of the force that is there behind him. The force is something different, and what we see with our eyes is a different thing altogether. But yet, we are likely to mistake these effects for the causes, and then it is that we practise wrong tapas. We may stand on one leg but it will not help us, though it is a tapas, no doubt. We may sit in the sun, we may drink cold water and take a bath in cold water in winter. All these treatments of the effects will produce only a temporary suppression of their manifestations. But suppressing the effects is not the treatment of the cause, because the cause pushes the effect, and as long as the living force of the cause is present, the possibility of the effects getting projected on to the surface again and again is always there.
  
  --
  
  It is not possible to deny all relationship, because of the fact of perception. If I am completely oblivious of the existence of people outside, of things outside, of the world around me, then of course the question may not arise. But I see the world, I see people, I see things as completely different from me. So I feel a necessity to conduct myself in a particular manner in respect of these existences outside me. This manner is raga-dvesa like and dislike a peculiar, subtle relationship that we project for the purpose of stabilising this individuality and keeping it secure in the light of the presence of other individuals also. Here begins what is called social life.
  

1.05_-_CHARITY, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  The distinguishing marks of charity are disinterestedness, tranquillity and humility. But where there is disinterestedness there is neither greed for personal advantage nor fear for personal loss or punishment; where there is tranquillity, there is neither craving nor aversion, but a steady will to conform to the divine Tao or Logos on every level of existence and a steady awareness of the divine Suchness and what should be ones own relations to it; and where there is humility there is no censoriousness and no glorification of the ego or any projected alter-ego at the expense of others, who are recognized as having the same weaknesses and faults, but also the same capacity for transcending them in the unitive knowledge of God, as one has oneself. From all this it follows that charity is the root and substance of morality, and that where there is little charity there will be much avoidable evil. All this has been summed up in Augustines formula: Love, and do what you like. Among the later elaborations of the Augustinian theme we may cite the following from the writings of John Everard, one of those spiritually minded seventeenth-century divines whose teachings fell on the deaf ears of warring factions and, when the revolution and the military dictatorship were at an end, on the even deafer ears of Restoration clergymen and their successors in the Augustan age. (Just how deaf those ears could be we may judge by what Swift wrote of his beloved and morally perfect Houyhnhnms. The subject matter of their conversations, as of their poetry, consisted of such things as friendship and benevolence, the visible operations of nature or ancient traditions; the bounds and limits of virtue, the unerring rules of reason. Never once do the ideas of God, or charity, or deliverance engage their minds. Which shows sufficiently clearly what the Dean of St. Patricks thought of the religion by which he made his money.)
  

1.05_-_Christ,_A_Symbol_of_the_Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  unspeakable greatness, as the centre in a circle"- is therefore to be taken as a
  description of unconscious contents. Quispel's view of projection calls for the
  critical remark that projection does not do away with the reality of a psychic
  content. Nor can a fact be called "unreal" merely because it cannot be described
  --
  faith. The images of God and Christ which man's religious
  fantasy projects cannot avoid being anthropomorphic and are
  admitted to be so; hence they are capable of psychological elu-

1.06_-_Dhyana, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  23:The most important factor in Dhyana is, however, the annihilation of the Ego. Our conception of the universe must be completely overturned if we are to admit this as valid; and it is time that we considered what is really happening.
  24:It will be conceded that we have given a very rational explanation of the greatness of great men. They had an experience so overwhelming, so out of proportion to the rest of things, that they were freed from all the petty hindrances which prevent the normal man from carrying out his projects.
  25:Worrying about clothes, food, money, what people may think, how and why, and above all the fear of consequences, clog nearly every one. Nothing is easier, theoretically, than for an anarchist to kill a king. He has only to buy a rifle, make himself a first-class shot, and shoot the king from a quarter of a mile away. And yet, although there are plenty of anarchists, outrages are very few. At the same time, the police would probably be the first to admit that if any man were really tired of life, in his deepest being, a state very different from that in which a man goes about saying he is tired of life, he could manage somehow or other to kill someone first.

1.06_-_MORTIFICATION,_NON-ATTACHMENT,_RIGHT_LIVELIHOOD, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  
  Ltat cest moi, says the tyrant; and this is true, of course, not only of the autocrat at the apex of the pyramid, but of all the members of the ruling minority through whom he governs and who are, in fact, the real rulers of the nation. Moreover, so long as the policy which gratifies the power lusts of the ruling class is successful, and so long as the price of success is not too high, even the masses of the ruled will feel that the state is themselvesa vast and splendid projection of the individuals intrinsically insignificant ego. The little man can satisfy his lust for power vicariously through the activities of the imperialistic state, just as the big man does; the difference between them is one of degree, not of kind.
  

1.06_-_The_Ascent_of_the_Sacrifice_2_The_Works_of_Love_-_The_Works_of_Life, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Witness Spirit behind Nature. For all here seems to be a mobile half-ordered half-confused organisation of forces, but behind them one can feel a supporting peace, silence, wideness, not inert but calm, not impotent but potentially omnipotent with a concentrated, stable, immobile energy in it capable of bearing all the motions of the universe. This Presence behind is equal-souled to all things: the energy it holds in it can be unloosed for any action, but no action will be chosen by any desire in the Witness
  Spirit; a Truth acts which is beyond and greater than the action itself or its apparent forms and impulses, beyond and greater than mind or life-force or body, although it may take for the immediate purpose a mental, a vital or a physical appearance. It is when there is this death of desire and this calm equal wideness in the consciousness everywhere, that the true vital being within us comes out from the veil and reveals its own calm, intense and potent presence. For such is the true nature of the vital being, pran.amaya purus.a; it is a projection of the Divine Purusha into life, - tranquil, strong, luminous, many-energied, obedient to the Divine Will, egoless, yet or rather therefore capable of all action, achievement, highest or largest enterprise. The true
  Life-Force too reveals itself as no longer this troubled harassed divided striving surface energy, but a great and radiant Divine

1.06_-_THE_FOUR_GREAT_ERRORS, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  world was a complex mechanism of agents, an agent (a "subject") lay
  at the root of all things. Man projected his three "inner facts of
  consciousness," the will, the spirit, and the ego in which he believed

1.06_-_The_Sign_of_the_Fishes, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  Christ's birth. Indeed, long before that, the archetype had been
  written in the heavens by projection, so as then, "when the time
  was fulfilled," to coincide with the symbols produced by the

1.07_-_A_Song_of_Longing_for_Tara,_the_Infallible, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  ignorance, phenomena appear to us as discrete, denable, independent entities, and ignorance grasps at them as existing in that way. All these appearances, which are contaminated by our ignorance, are in the nature of
  suffering. Anything onto which we project inherent existencewhether ourselves or other people, the environment or things around usis in the nature
  of suffering. Because we interpolate a false way of existence on them and
  --
  Tibetan monasteries and nunneries, hospitals, relief organizations, and other
  worthwhile projects. He recently gave the nuns in Mundgod, India, money
  for a new debating ground because they dont receive as many offerings as the
  --
  symbolicshe extends her hand, wanting to teach us and inspire us. But usually we say, Im busy today. Ive got to take the kids to soccer and nish a
  project at work. Reciting this verse helps us to change our minds and to see
  the importance of cultivating a spiritual friendship with Tara.

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