We are continually "drinking" from our cup/s of our perceptibili-teas.
Date: 8/29/2014 8:06:44 AM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 643 times
"... The urge to transcend one's self is universal through times and cultures (and was characterised by H. G. Wells as The Door in the Wall). (Aldous Huxley) reasons that better, healthier 'doors' are needed than alcohol and tobacco."(1)
Can we find "better, healthier 'doors'" with a change within our perception? If our perception is subject to projection then cleansing the "doors" of perception by eliminating the projections can indeed allow for a transformation of perception and thereby providing us with better "doors".
I found it interesting that "The Milkmaid" by Johannes Vermeer just happens to be included in the "The Doors of Perception" wiki page while I have been focusing on a certain "milk" theme tonight!
(1) Huxley wrote "The Doors of Perception" (from which Jim Morrison and "company" derived their band's name: The Doors):
Christmas 2014 -
The "cup of perceptibili-tea" idea that I had initially presented here nearly four months ago is "alive and well" at least in my awareness today and which I intend to elaborate upon shortly here (after I possibly have a late "Christmas" dinner - if I'm lucky to find any lefteovers ; ~ )
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