Friday, 09 March 2012
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<p>I know that this is strictly a Weor website, but can any instructors recommend Professor Peterson's book,<br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> "Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief"?<strong>  </strong> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> it would appear much more dense than all of Weor's books, I certainly experienced the presence of the Holy Spirit when I was reading the introduction, but would like a little assurance 50 dollars isn't going to be poorly spent! =)</p>
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<p>Or if you could recommend a book that would make me know that belief is pointless, that would be even better, but don't recommend Samuel for that, I've read all his books, more than once, and they definitely leave my disappointed, since he doesn't prove much of anything, all experience being subjective. </p>

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10 years ago
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#807
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The dialectic of the consciousness is superior to any intellectual dialectic. Only direct mystical experience of the Being can provide what you are searching for.

All subjective experience is subjective. All objective experience is objective.
10 years ago
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#807
Accepted Answer
The dialectic of the consciousness is superior to any intellectual dialectic. Only direct mystical experience of the Being can provide what you are searching for.

All subjective experience is subjective. All objective experience is objective.
10 years ago
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The book is trash too. =( I hate comparative religion, it never satisfies.

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