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If there are obstacles, not 'the infinite

If you can count, not the stars

If you tremble or shake, and not 'a mountain

If increases or decreases, is not 'an ocean

If it passes over the bridges, not 'a river

If you can 'grasp, and not' the rainbow

Here are the parables of the six external perceptions

Milarepa



INDRA NET

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http://www.heartspace.org/misc/IndraNet.html:

 

The Dissipation of Glamour Initiative webinar 131 Michael Robbins

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The Dissipation of Glamour Initiative webinar 131, reading no. 71, held on October 11, 2019 has been posted to Makara at: http://makara.us/04mdr/webinars/glamour.html.

 

The Dissipation of Glamour Initiative webinar 130 Michael Robbins

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The Dissipation of Glamour Initiative webinar 130, reading no. 79, held on October 4, 2019 has been posted to Makara at: http://makara.us/04mdr/webinars/glamour.html.

 

WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE A PLANETARY LOGO”S

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WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE A PLANATARY LOGO”S

In the Esoteric teachings we are taught that all outer forms and material bodies are the expression of some inner subjective life, imagine the consciousness of this Quasar.

Newly Spotted Quasar Is 600 Trillion Times Brighter Than the Sun

JON CHRISTIAN 2019

New Discovery

The galactic nuclei known as quasars are unfathomably bright celestial objects powered by supermassive black holes. Now, astronomers using some of the most advanced terrestrial and space telescopes in existence think they’ve discovered the brightest quasar ever observed in the early universe — one that shines with the power of 600 trillion Suns.

“We don’t expect to find many quasars brighter than that in the whole observable universe,” lead investigator Xiaohui Fan, a professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona, said in a news release.

The new quasar is a distant 12.8 billion light-years away, and the team spotted it using equipment including the Keck Observatory, the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, and the Hubble.

Fan and his collaborators were only able to detect the quasar, they said, because a galaxy came between it and the Earth — meaning that an effect called gravitational lensing could magnify its light substantially.

Phantom Quasar

The discovery of the quasar — which has the long-winded name J043947.08+163415.7 — isn’t just notable because of its epic light projection.

It’s also a big deal because it provides a window into how huge black holes affected star formation during the early universe. Additionally, it confirms a suspicion long held by astrophysicists and could help guide future research.

https://futurism.com/quasar-brightest-object-ever

“This detection is a surprising and major discovery; for decades we thought that these lensed quasars in the early universe should be very common, but this is the first of its kind that we have found,” said Fabio Pacucci, a postdoctoral associate at Yale University who helped discover the new quasar. “It gives us a clue on how to search for ‘phantom quasars’ — sources that are out there, but cannot be really detected yet.”

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Seeds of the Infinite webinars - Michael Robbins

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Seeds of the Infinite, Identify as BEING Series 3 – the ABSOLUTE

Webinar meditations and discussions led by Michael D. Robbins

Identify as Being – Group enquiry into the State of Identification

 

Link to register to participate in future webinars in this series:
Schedule of Upcoming Webinars
Tue, Oct 8, 2019 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM GMT
Tue, Oct 15, 2019 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM GMT
Tue, Oct 22, 2019 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM GMT
 


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