Thursday, July 17, 2014

Neil Kramer | Roots of Hidden Reality

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S y n o p s i s 

Neil Kramer returns to discuss Roots of Hidden Reality:

The great ontological questions.
These questions should be asked and answered -personally - on a regular basis. See how they change and how the quality of answer improves. Why are we here? What are we supposed to do? What are we? What does it mean? How can we know more?

Philosophy teaches us how to think about these things. It is abstract. Mysticism teaches us what to do about them. It is experiential. The mystic uses their own self and being as the instrument for inquiry.

The root teachings.

What are they? Their contemplation and resolution through direct human experience.

Three kinds of happiness.
Pleasure (diversion). Passion (engagement). Higher Being (transformation).

The "fulfillment-distraction" equation.
Are we expressing and satisfying ourselves? Is everything OK?

The drug of phenomenal information.

What helps and what doesn’t? Gauging quality, relevance and truth.

Universal safety valve of ego positioning.
Without higher being, no higher knowledge can be understood or transmitted.

Governmental authority starting to fail.
Loss of faith. Political meltdown. Middle class losing belief in authority.

Philosophically, there are no rights.
This is a good thing. We are just here. There are only guidelines for lucid thoughts and noble deeds.

Where are the wise elders?
The presence and absence of wise elders in our communities. How it influences our behavior and maturation.

Spiritual development determines wholeness and fragmentation.
Fragmentation is painful. People in pain behave badly. We call that evil. Evil people are simply disoriented fragmented people. I might kill such a person myself if they got in my way or threatened my peace, but I know they’re not evil. On the other hand, there is wholeness. Wholeness feels good. Whole people behave well. Wholeness stems from spiritual development. Fragmentation from the lack of it.

B i o 

Neil Kramer is an English writer, philosopher, and teacher, specializing in the fields of consciousness, metaphysics, and mysticism. Kramer has made a lifelong independent study of philosophy, mystical traditions, religion, inner alchemy, occultism, and esoteric world history. He shares his path of transformation and empowerment in writings, interviews, and lectures, as well as giving one-on-one teachings and group workshops. He is a frequent guest on leading alternative radio and internet shows, enjoying international audiences and enthusiastic support. His work regularly features on cutting-edge web sites, news portals, and popular television networks in the US, UK, Canada and Europe. Kramer has spoken at numerous international conferences and events, including The Beyond Knowledge Conference 2009, The Alternative Research Community Convention 2010, The Transitional Alchemy Tour 2009/10, The Awakening & Transformation Conference 2011, The New Living Expo 2012, and The 2012 Global Transformation Conference. Kramer speaks on many fascinating subjects and is renowned for his unique blend of lucidity, empowerment, and authenticity. He travels widely with his writing and teaching work. He lives in Oregon, USA.

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