The Human Heart is a Supersensible Organ of Perception
By Douglas Gabriel
Chapter Seven: Historical Review of the Centrality of the Heart
Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it.
Heart knowledge has evolved over time rather slowly and often has forgotten what the ancients already understood about the function and nature of the human heart. Modern science is only slightly further along in a comprehensive understanding of the cosmic significance of the human heart and its nature as a supersensible organ of perception. The ancients had the advantage of being clairvoyant and could “see” what was actually happening in the heart. They used archaic images and descriptions of heart functions and pointed at mysteries concerning the ultimate nature of the heart.
They placed the heart above all else in the grand picture of human evolution. Following this…
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