Chapter 1 (96 pages) Chapter 2 (93 pages) Chapter 3 (49 pages) Chapter 4 (26 pages) Chapter 5 (27 pages) Chapter 6 (25 pages) Chapter 7 (25 pages) Chapter 8 (28 pages) Chapter 9 (23 pages) Chapter 10 (32 pages)
Recent edits: Chapter 1 (9/14/14')
The material presented in this book concerns universal truth and so it cannot be read with the eyes of someone whose life is only in service to self. You must read from the deep core of who you are which is above and beyond the mind cultivated by the 'machine culture' in which we exist. The universe may have been an origination of 'God' or 'one-ness' but its perpetuation and expansion is the creation of a 'lesser being' that lives within us all . This 'lesser being' is the Emergent Principle.
The Emergent Principle is available only at www.onepositive.com. It's free but more importantly it's free to change. So, write me your offerings for change and they will be considered. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
by Tom Kitt (Free download - click on title). Published 2007, Athena Press (92 pages). Hardcopy editions available at Amazon.com ISBN10- digit: 1 84401 910 1, ISBN 13-digit: 978 1 84401 910
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Hammer your thoughts to a unity.
W. B. Yeats
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Lust for Life by Irving Stone 1934:
"The fields that push up the corn, and the water that rushes down the ravine, the juice of the grape, and the life of a man as it flows past him, are all one and the same thing. The sole unity of life is the unity of rhythm. A rhythm to which we all dance; men, apples, ravines, ploughed fields, carts among the corn, houses, horses, and the sun. The stuff that is in you, Gauguin, will pound through a grape tomorrow, because you and a grape are one. When I paint a peasant laboring in the field, I want people to feel the peasant flowing down into the soil, just as the corn does, and the soil flowing up into the peasant. I want them to feel the sun pouring into the peasant, into the field, the corn, the plough, and the horses, just as they all pour back into the sun. When you begin to feel the universal rhythm in which everything on earth moves, you begin to understand life. That alone is God."
Vincent Van Gogh