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1 A Creation Myth on Mon May 09, 2011 9:22 pm

A Creation Myth
Posted By Philip on April 6, 2010

In the beginning, there was only Kaos. Out of Kaos came our ancestors. Our ancestors categorized and organized and thus destroyed Kaos, and in so doing made Love. From that act came our grandparents, and our grandparents proceeded to destroy Love by using science to break it down into mere chemicals. Our parents mixed those chemicals and made drugs. We took the drugs and now we see the future in all its terrible, majestic beauty. In an orgiastic act of creative destruction we will bring Kaos back to its former glory. In the end, there will only be Kaos.

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2 Re: A Creation Myth on Sat May 14, 2011 3:38 pm

Peace is a lie, there is only chaos!

What do you think I mean by that?

D.S.

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3 Re: A Creation Myth on Mon May 16, 2011 6:29 pm

Dirk Sith wrote:Peace is a lie, there is only chaos!

What do you think I mean by that?

D.S.

Well, we can make all the carefully crafted plans we want but the chaotic universe will eventually come crashing down on us, and to be "peaceful" would be to go against the nature of the universe?

Perhaps you think I'm neglecting passion and emotions?

"I use my emotions to achieve a higher state of consciousness. I am driven by my emotions. They allow me to feel the power that I have stored within myself. I use my passion to always challenge myself. It is the passionate pursuit of a greater me that helps me distinguish myself for myself. It is an unrelenting pursuit of a greater glory that I envision for myself. It’s really about the self to me."

--Dirk Sith holocron



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4 Re: A Creation Myth on Wed May 18, 2011 1:29 am

"peaceful" would be to go against the nature of the universe?

I believe this to be true. The chaos we refer to here stems from what appears to be our inabiity to control what occurs in the universe. The source governs everything. It's movement is the driving force that influences everything.

Thusly, it's what occurs within the source and what manifests from it that matters. And while we have no real control over this, some of us nonetheless knows we're not totally without recourse.

Ergo, why some of us work with energy.

D.S.

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5 Re: A Creation Myth on Wed May 18, 2011 6:12 am

I would concur with what you both say. However, I offer this addition.

It seems to me there are two kinds of peace. The first cannot be achieved without leaving the corporeal, ie dying Laughing While many humans seek peace within this lifetime, interpreted as a life of ease, comfort and all being as one might wish, it is only ever achievable in the moment and relatively briefly. It appears to describe either a state of total boredom because things are too easy (which doesn't seem very peaceful to me, but then boredom is my most despised state of being) or peak experiences which are only ever temporary for that is why they are so good. Many who strive endlessly for all they think they want generally find themselves disappointed when they get there, discover it's not all it's cracked up to be and feel as dissatisfied as they did before, because it is an internal state, and reaching out for more is fundamental to human nature. Hunger satisfied will only ever last a short while. Of course seeking certain types of things can never satisfy anyway, but that's another topic.

Whatever truly happens to us after we die, we will no longer have the opportunity to find ourselves in a position to perceive ourselves as separate. Whether we cease to exist altogether or carry on as part of the whole there is peace because there is no lack.

Then there is another kind of peace. The one experienced in the midst of chaos. Not many appear to even be aware of its existance, so busy are they trying to manipulate things to be what they think they want rather than seeking the pattern of the source and how they relate to that. In the same way that love is not present when you only love when the object of that love behaves in a way you want, so peace does not exist if you cannot experience it in any situation. It is the eye of the storm, you are the eye of the storm.

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6 Re: A Creation Myth on Wed May 18, 2011 7:53 am

Milady, I agree. At the end of the day, I believe many of our perceptions are reflections of what's happening within. The peace or chaos we perceive is a state of mind.

As to trying to achieve happiness through the attainment of some object or station or the affection of another, I have to agree. If you get what it is you so desperately desire, don't be surprised if you feel less than fulfilled when all is said and done. Kind of like Faust wanting intellectual perfection only to find that such wasn't as satisfying as he had hoped.

Nothing will make up for a lack of spiritual fulfillment. That's why, in my opinion, some people, regardless of the bounty they've reaped in life, can't find happiness.

A large bank balance will never make up for what's missing when you're spiritually bankrupt. Again, just my 2 pennies.

D.S.

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7 Re: A Creation Myth on Thu May 19, 2011 9:36 pm

Fata Morgana wrote:I would concur with what you both say. However, I offer this addition.

It seems to me there are two kinds of peace. The first cannot be achieved without leaving the corporeal, ie dying Laughing While many humans seek peace within this lifetime, interpreted as a life of ease, comfort and all being as one might wish, it is only ever achievable in the moment and relatively briefly. It appears to describe either a state of total boredom because things are too easy (which doesn't seem very peaceful to me, but then boredom is my most despised state of being) or peak experiences which are only ever temporary for that is why they are so good. Many who strive endlessly for all they think they want generally find themselves disappointed when they get there, discover it's not all it's cracked up to be and feel as dissatisfied as they did before, because it is an internal state, and reaching out for more is fundamental to human nature. Hunger satisfied will only ever last a short while. Of course seeking certain types of things can never satisfy anyway, but that's another topic.

Whatever truly happens to us after we die, we will no longer have the opportunity to find ourselves in a position to perceive ourselves as separate. Whether we cease to exist altogether or carry on as part of the whole there is peace because there is no lack.

Then there is another kind of peace. The one experienced in the midst of chaos. Not many appear to even be aware of its existance, so busy are they trying to manipulate things to be what they think they want rather than seeking the pattern of the source and how they relate to that. In the same way that love is not present when you only love when the object of that love behaves in a way you want, so peace does not exist if you cannot experience it in any situation. It is the eye of the storm, you are the eye of the storm.

Yes, we try to ride the wave of Chaos, and become that great goddesses favorite. Never boring, full of options.

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