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"Find Yourself and Live" is a series of 34 lessons meant to help students expand their understanding and application of the principles of Translation and Releasing the Hidden Splendour in their daily…3 Comments 1 Like
The Fourth Way is an approach to self-development described by George Gurdjieff which he developed over years of travel in the East. It combines what he saw as three established traditional "ways" or…1 Comment 1 Like
The Advance Seminar/Translation online presentation is being postponed, in response to instructor scheduling conflicts that have come up. Please note the following changes to your calendar. The da…
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Prosperos Annual Assembly celebrating the 60th anniversary of The Prosperos. We come to Assembly to share to be with like minded people or get a new slant on what we think we know. We come to be rem…0 Comments 1 Like
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Al Haferkamp, H.W., M., in Los Angeles, CA, at email@example.com.
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Robby McEwen, H.W., M., in Oregon at email@example.com.
Mike Zonta, H.W., M., in San Francisco, CA, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calvin Harris, H.W., M., in Long Beach, CA, at email@example.com.
Translation - using syllogistic reasoning to translate apparent reality back into Universal Truth.
Releasing the Hidden Splendour - resolving emotional blockages through understanding of ontology.
Lucid Dreaming - learning how to consciously enter your dream state.
Link to Translation and RHS Workshops: http://www.theprosperos.org/audio_lessons/class_support
On Feb. 2, 2006, Anita Moorjani lay in the intensive care unit of a hospital in her home city of Hong Kong. She was in a coma. Her eyes were swollen shut, her breathing was labored, her lymph nodes were massively enlarged, open lesions dotted her…Continue
Dr. Allan Leslie Combs is developing a Consciousness Studies PhD program at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS).“Consciousness was traditionally treated by what [psychologist] William James called ‘tough-minded scientists’ or…Continue
If you, a member of your family, or a friend is in need of help, do not hesitate to contact the High Watch Translation Service. The High Watch, whose members have demonstrated excellence in the art of Translation, will immediately Translate any situation or problem that you bring to their attention. This practical and beneficial service is by contribution. Simply email your need to the High Watch Translation Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 769-5017. Anonymity will be assured for those who request it.
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Translation is a 5-step process using syllogistic reasoning to transform man and the universe back into Being. Being is the perfect, essential nature of all, and through the process of Translation, Reality is uncovered and thus revealed. Through word tracking, getting to the essence of the words you are using to express your current view of reality, you are uncovering Essence, which is the only true reality.
--paracosm: prolonged fantasy world invented by children; can have a definite geography and history and language.
--frabjous: fabulous, joyous, great, wonderful.
--animus meaning both malevolent ill will and an inner masculine part of the female personality.
--HaShem (lit. "the name") is used in Judaism to refer to God, when avoiding God's more formal title, Adonai (lit. "My Master").
--nice: from Latin nescius ‘ignorant,’ from nescire ‘not know.’
--sapiosexual (n): a person who is sexually attracted to intelligence in others; (adj) of, or relating to, finding intellectual stimulation sexually arousing. Sapiosexual is a recently constructed word that has come into common usage, particularly on social networking sites where people are self-identifying as sapiosexual. It is a concatenation of the latin root sapio-sapiens meaning wise or intelligent and the latin root -sexualis as it pertains to sexual preferences.
--keen: (noun) a wailing lament for the dead; (verb) to wail in lamentation for the dead.
--allow from the Latin ad + laudare meaning "to praise."
--heretic from the Greek hairetikos meaning "able to choose."
--credit from credo meaning "I believe."
--pattern is from the Latin pater, meaning father.
--carcinoma, a malignant tumor of epithelial origin.
--epithelium and feminine derive from the Greek thele, meaning nipple.
--masturbation, disturbing male seed.
--orthodoxy, straight thinking.
--philanthropy, lover of mankind.
--apocalypse, from Greek, meaning an unveiling, a moment in which something is revealed that changes our perception of everything (definition via Nathan Schneider).
--lucubration, 1. Laborious study or meditation. 2. Writing produced by laborious effort or study, especially pedantic or pretentious writing.
--lubricious, easily led astray, slippery, especially as it relates to sexuality.
--Fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) is a tactic used in sales, marketing, public relations, politics and propaganda. The term originated to describe disinformation tactics in the computer hardware industry but has since been used more broadly (via Wikipedia).
--courage from the French coeur meaning heart.
calligraphy, from Latin meaning beautiful writing.
--condign, worthy, deserved.
--concupiscence, fleshly desire.
--pizzle, the penis of an animal.
--encomium, glowing praise.
--theosis, becoming divine by degree.
--epiphany, appearance or manifestation of a divine being.
--both testify and testicle come from the Latin testis which refers to the the practice of testifying by holding onto your testicles.
--dominion comes from the Latin dominus meaning Lord.
--danger comes from the Latin root dominium meaning ownership.
--thaumaturge comes from Greek thauma meaning "miracle" and ergon meaning "work," therefore "miracle worker."
--idiot comes from Greek idios which means “one’s own, peculiar to oneself.” We see it in our English word idiosyncrasy and idiomatic—and it is where we get the word idiot, or a person who is consumed with himself.
--approve from prove which comes from pro- meaning in favor and bus meaning to be. So approve means to be in favor of being.
--diagnosis from Greek dia- meaning through and Greek gnosis meaning knowing.
--peripatetic: disciple of Aristotle from Greek peripatetikos "given to walking about" (especially while teaching), from peripatein, from peri- "around" + patein"to walk." Aristotle's custom was to teach while strolling through the Lyceum in Athens.
--gullible from Middle English cull meaning to pluck or gather.
--reify: to regard (something abstract) as a material or concrete thing.
--debt from Latin debere meaning to to owe, originally, to keep something away from someone.
--experience from Latin periculum meaning to attempt or to fail, also fear. An expert is one who has experienced.
--resource from Latin resurgere meaning resurrection.
--rival from Latin rivus meaning stream or river.
--contumelious from Latin contumelia meaning insolently abusive
--restaurant from French restaurer meaning to restore
--gossip from godsibbling (similar to godmother or godfather)
--obey from Latin oboedire meaning to listen to and audire meaning to hear
--afford from a- meaning in the state of and forth meaning to go forward
--Providence meaning the state of being provided for from Latin pro meaning forward and videre meaning to see
--infant comes from Latin infans meaning without speech
--axiom comes from Greek axios meaning worthy
--atom comes from the Latin atomus meaning indivisible
--bad comes from the Old English baeddel meaning effeminate man
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"Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it."
--Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 - May 6, 1862) was an American author, poet, philosopher, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, and…Continue
When I was 13 I desired to know why the world was as it is. In my 20s I desired to be loved and adored and found to be worthy of having a good life. By my 30s and 40s I felt the desire to leave a legacy… something to be remembered by. These moments of desire came with epiphanies. Epiphanies came as moments when…
Sunday, April 24, 2016
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Aloha all, Translation answers the quell of the universe?
Sense testimony; Tree's are beautiful and add to life.
Conclusion's; 1)Truth the aesthetic I AM I, conscious awareness, the universe divine Love is complete in itself.
2)Each and Every Individuation , Grass, Tree, Star is Power Knowing Presence Being What works, Happy Agreeable Beautiful All One Truth I am.
3)Truth is life itself, intuition, perception,…Continue
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