By Russell A Smith
Metaphysical dialogue of the lessons of Gurdjieff with emphasis on numerological and mathematical elements. subject matters comprise: the Enneagram, legislation of 3, legislations of 7, Ratio of the Cosmic Rumple, 3 internal octaves, studying the better Emotional and better psychological facilities, Atoms, Quarks, Dualities, Oscillations, Octaves within the Universe, RNA & DNA, the Periodic desk, and masses extra. Illustrated with diagrams. Cosmic secrets and techniques is the seminal paintings of Russell A. Smith which brings the ever-present underlying goal constitution of the macro- and micro-cosm into concentration for the seeker of fact. utilizing in basic terms basic maths, he has provided in a single quantity either the data and the instruments required to arrange one’s internal international in keeping with a formal law-conformable paradigm. From the outlet strains of the Author’s word: “As we trip into the gigantic, complex terrain of the legislation of World-creation and World-maintenance, it is going to serve us good: to understand the place we're; bear in mind the place we've got been; and comprehend the place we're going. for the reason that in our endeavors we will not just enterprise horizontally–along a similar scale, yet vertically–traversing many scales…following guideposts…added to assist the intuitive vacationer locate his way…” His exposition illuminates the reply to a query that has been at the brain of guy because the sunrise of cause: WHY ARE issues the best way they're?
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