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* Epiphanies, transcendental states of consciousness, and Kundalini experiences may result.
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A Guy Pratt remix of the A-Team theme song, featured at the conclusion of " Epiphanies ", was a fan favourite, but was never made commercially available.
Epiphanies are studied by psychologists and other scholars, particularly those attempting to study the process of innovation.
Epiphanies are relatively rare occurrences and generally following a process of significant thought about a problem.
Epiphanies can be distinguished by a ( usually spiritual ) vision, as epiphanies are often triggered by irrelevant incidents or objects.
2003 saw the release of the prog-styled Earthquake Glue, followed by the anthology box set Hardcore UFOs: Revelations, Epiphanies and Fast Food in the Western Hemisphere and the greatest hits compilation Best of Guided by Voices: Human Amusements at Hourly Rates.
" Epiphanies " is an episode from the fourth season of the science-fiction television series Babylon 5.
Besides for the obvious cosmetic difference, Epiphanies feature a metal exoskeleton and frame ( with plating, to avoid threading problems ), upgraded Firebolt, Freak barrel starter, integrated ASA dovetail, Q-Lock Feed Neck ( Eos only ), and Smartvalve ASA among other things.
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In contrast to traditional sociological forms of inquiry, it is a hallmark of the Ethnomethodological perspective that it does not make theoretical or methodological appeals to: outside assumptions regarding the structure of an actor or actors ' characterization of social reality ; refer to the subjective states of an individual or groups of individuals ; attribute conceptual projections such as, " value states ", " sentiments ", " goal orientations ", " mini-max economic theories of behavior ", etc., to any actor or group of actors ; or posit a specific " normative order " as a transcendental feature of social scenes, etc.
Turiya or Turya: The fourth state of consciousness beyond the states of waking, dreaming and deep sleep and stringing together all the states ; the Metaphysical Consciousness distinct from the psychological or empirical self ; the Saksi or witnessing consciousness ; the transcendental Self.
The main body of the work states at the beginning that it assumes prior knowledge of Immanuel Kant's theories, and Schopenhauer is regarded by some as remaining more faithful to Kant's metaphysical system of transcendental idealism than any of the other later German Idealists.
He is founder of The Wisdom Academy that offers personal mentoring in consciousness studies ( combining the " four Gifts of Knowing: The Scientist's Gift of the senses and experimental method ; The Philosopher's Gift of reason and language ; The Shaman's Gift of participatory feeling and alternative states of consciousness ; The Mystic's Gift of transcendental intuition accessed in sacred silence ").
Experiments on Tibetan Buddhist monks have shown a correlation between transcendental mental states and gamma waves.
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In philosophy, religion, mythology, and fiction, the afterlife ( also referred to as life after death, or Hereafter ) is the concept of a realm, or the realm itself ( whether physical or transcendental ), in which an essential part of an individual's identity or consciousness continues to reside after the death of the body in the individual's lifetime.
According to Cohen, those who took LSD " were not guilty of using illegal substances ... We were celebrating transcendental consciousness, the beauty of the universe, the beauty of being.
: For Husserl, the phenomenological reduction is the method of leading phenomenological vision from the natural attitude of the human being whose life is involved in the world of things and persons back to the transcendental life of consciousness and its noetic-noematic experiences, in which objects are constituted as correlates of consciousness.
* Edmund Husserl ( 1859 – 1938 ) established phenomenology at first as a kind of " descriptive psychology " and later as a transcendental and eidetic science of consciousness.
According to critics it doesn't really contribute to a real insight into Buddhism :"... most of them labour under the old cliché that the goal of Buddhist psychological analysis is to reveal the hidden mysteries in the human mind and thereby facilitate the development of a transcendental state of consciousness beyond the reach of linguistic expression.
From the rāja yoga perspective, it is considered that the physical postures and pranayama serve to prepare the body and mind for the following steps: pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and samādhi ( withdrawal of the senses, contemplation, meditation, and state of expanded or transcendental consciousness, where the activity of the mind ceases and " The Knower and The Object of Knowledge Become One ").
Experimental evidence of the existence of a fourth state of unified, transcendental consciousness, which lies in the yoga-nidra state at the transition between sensory and sleep consciousness, was first recorded at the Menninger Foundation in Kansas, USA in 1971.
Franklin Merrell-Wolff's Experience and Philosophy: a personal record of transformation and a discussion of transcendental consciousness: containing his Philosophy of Consciousness Without An Object and his Pathways Through To Space ( Albany: SUNY Press ).
Beiser divides up the mature form of Schelling's Naturphilosophie into the attitudes of transcendental realism ( nature's independence of consciousness ) and transcendental naturalism ( nature's inclusion of the rational subject ).
In both deep sleep and transcendental consciousness there is no consciousness of objects but the objective consciousness is present in an unmanifested ' seed ' form in deep sleep, while it is transcended in turīya.
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Thus it is distinguished from revealed theology ( or revealed religion ) which is based on scripture and religious experiences of various kinds ; and also from transcendental theology, theology from a priori reasoning.
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a novel, The Blithedale Romance ( 1852 ), satirizing the movement, and based it on his experiences at Brook Farm, a short-lived utopian community founded on transcendental principles.
A reference point is needed according to Evola, and this point can not be reached with senses or logic but with transcendental experiences achieved through symbolism of the heroic element in Man.
They posit, however, that physical stimulation alone is not sufficient to generate transcendental unitive experiences.
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Thus he may be referring to some concrete thing, or incident, in his immediate environment by some symbolic-sounding, hyperbolic reference to transcendental events on the global scene.
Most narrowly, one may consider numbers explicitly defined in terms of polynomials, exponentials, and logarithms – this does not include algebraic numbers, but does include some simple transcendental numbers such as e or log ( 2 ).
The relevant theoretical concepts may purportedly be part of the structure of the human mind ( as in Kant's theory of transcendental idealism ), or they may be said to exist independently of the mind ( as in Plato's theory of Forms ).
However, an algebraic function of several variables may yield an algebraic number when applied to transcendental numbers if these numbers are not algebraically independent.
In contrast, they were intimately familiar with the English Romantics, and the transcendental movement may be partially described as a slightly later, American outgrowth of Romanticism.
Thus a real number that may be better approximated than the bound for algebraic numbers is certainly a transcendental number.
For the prepared and appropriately trained individuals the bardo offers a state of great opportunity for liberation, since transcendental insight may arise with the direct experience of reality, while for others it can become a place of danger as the karmically created hallucinations can impel one into a less than desirable rebirth.
As a composer, she may be thought of as the musical bridge between the modern and transcendental movements.
" While one may try to furnish proofs for God's existence, these explicit proofs ultimately refer to the inescapable orientation towards Mystery which constitute — by transcendental necessity — the very nature of the human being.
Depending on the model chosen, this may enable real computers to solve problems that are inextricable on digital computers ( for example, Hava Siegelmann's neural nets can have noncomputable real weights, making them able to compute nonrecursive languages ), or vice versa ( Claude Shannon's idealized analog computer can only solve algebraic differential equations, while a digital computer can solve some transcendental equations as well.
In other areas of complex analysis, the unqualified term may also refer to the more general branch points of transcendental type.
Certain interpretations of some of the medieval Buddhists of India, such as Dharmakirti, may reveal them to be transcendental idealists, since they seemed to hold the position of mereological nihilism but transcendental idealists who held that their minds were distinct from the atoms.
For example, the unit circle is an algebraic curve ( pedantically, the real points of such a curve ); the usual parametrisation by trigonometric functions may involve those transcendental functions, but certainly the unit circle is defined by a polynomial equation.
" Marked down in price the transcendental and dialectical modes of justification may still come in handy.
It may seem incredible to modern readers that two ordinary tailors could walk around London considering themselves to be transcendental characters out of the Book of Revelation.
Distance may be obtained by taking a square root after calculating a quadrance ( subject to interpretation of any result ) but in principle such a transcendental operation need only be performed one-time.