A Record of Meetings: A Record of Some of Meetings Held by by P. D. Ouspensky

By P. D. Ouspensky

Questions from scholars, and Ouspensky's solutions, at conferences among 1930 and 1947, make up many of the element of this ebook. themes lined contain will, evil or evolution and elements of Ouspensky's theoretical and sensible philosophy.

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If we find anybody suitable to bring, who are we to inform about it? M R . O. Write to me with more or less possible details about this person, and then I will speak with you as to when next group starts. Q . Are we to only ask people who appear to be suitable to us or are we to ask people who appear to be unsuitable as well? M R . O. Rather dangerous experiment! You will find it is dangerous even with people who look suitable. Q . Is it a good thing to introduce people to 'The New Model of the Universe' before we tell them that there is a system?

Up to fa 96 and re 96 the diagram can be followed physiologically. Ordinary physiology shows even more details than this diagram. [See diagram p. ] Food coming into the mouth meets with saliva, then in the stomach with gastric juices, then in the intestines with intestinal juices. Then it is absorbed into venous blood, is carried into the liver, passes through the heart into the lungs, is oxidized there and becomes arterial blood H96. Study of hydrogens and their relation to one another also helps to understand centres and their different speeds.

If we could make it work faster, it would mean a great difference in perceptions, etc. So up to 96 we can follow the process and describe it in detail. Further than 96 we cannot follow the process physiologically. After 96 we can study the Table of Nutrition only psychologica lly. Psychologic­ ally we can establish the difference between 48 and 24, 24 and 12. But this needs observation. When we ran distinguish the difference between certain perceptions and feelings we shall be able to understand which hydrogen is working.

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