EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF LIFE: Therefore, to be more correct and fair, we should probably rather speak of the “faculties of the inhumaneities”!

SOCRATES:
Who is not able by very own authentic experience to conceptually distinguish the ‘idea of good’ from everything else and to cognize it as something particular, unique:
who, fighting for the cognition of truth, is not able to produce all evidences for this cognitive path to Being, and who is not willing, to aim with these evidences solely at Being but not to go further into the illusiveness of the transitory:
who does not reach the goal: the truth itself in this manner, through ever higher, more comprehensive cognition –
he pursues no real science or art: he has neither a true cognition of the good as such nor of anything really good.

UNIVERSITY OF JUSTICE: To fundamentally distinguish the idea of good by very own authentic experience from everything else and to cognize it as something special, unique – this is fulfilled when we can distinguish the experience of the transcendence clearly and precisely from the experience of the relative states of consciousness.

UNIVERSITY OF LIFE HARMONY: And this is also not difficult to understand once you have made the experience of the transcendence – it really fundamentally differs from all other experiences so far made in the first three states of consciousness.

RESEARCH UNIVERSITY: And the good thing here is: this can be verified by objective science today with the help of measurements.

PETER HÜBNER:  The next demand of Socrates and/or Plato is not that easy to fulfill:

NATURAL HUMAN RIGHTS: To fight for the cognition of truth, that is why we have come together, after all. To cognize the truth is our natural right, given to us by virtue of our birth and disposition! But to produce all evidences for this cognitive path to Being and, knowing these evidences, to have the will to aim at nothing but Being and not to go further into the illusiveness of the transitory – this is really not a simple matter.
I think here of the many small and big mental-emotional attachments.

GERMAN EDUCATION RESEARCH CENTER: You often find that you lack the words for completely new and extraordinary experiences!
Then you wonder: how should I explain this now to someone else who has not made this experience – or at least a similar one?

EUROPEAN SCIENCE FORUM: After all, we see from Albert Einstein how long he has wrestled with the experience of the relativity-theory so that he may communicate his authentic experiences made in a different state of consciousness to his colleagues.

SCIENCE OF CONSCIOUSNESS: And: did he really succeed in this? Has Einstein really been able to bring home to his colleagues his experiences with the actual space-time-order of creation?

EUROPEAN MATHEMATICAL FORUM: The proof that Einstein did not succeed with this provide the “colleagues” themselves by starting to calculate like wild – as soon as the relativity theory is just mentioned!

PETER HÜBNER:  As we have found already earlier, the experience in one state of consciousness can only be transferred, if one transfers this state of consciousness in which the experience was made – and this as first measure: as the basic precondition for the transfer of the experience.

We know such preconditions also from the field of information-transfer – in this respect it should also be comprehensible for those who voluntarily stayed behind in their three states of consciousness: for transferring an information one always needs an information carrier which passes the information from A on to B and/or transfers it.

This information carrier is basically that what we call “consciousness”.






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