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Keith A. Buzzell, D. Buzzell was born in in Boston. He studied music at Bowdoin College and Boston University and received his medical doctorate in at the

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Some of it was quite pretentious, and embarrasses me now. Further, there was much in the book which I had missed. Like any organic being, a given tradition knows conception, development, and demise … Neither the birth, life, nor death of wisdom traditions are like those of humanity, yet they are analogous. Wisdom lends strength and purpose to its human members, and yet the tradition cannot fulfill its purpose on this plane unless sufficient members remain whole and hale.

The question, then, is how do we become conscious? Or, what amounts to the same thing: how do we overcome negative emotion and arrive at conscience?

The relevant passage commences on p. This does not mean that every resolution we come up with must be the best. This was not quite it, but it is related. It explained to me, from a sort of engineering perspective, why it is that we become so identified with sex and things to do with it. Of course many other things come into apart from engineering, but this is a basic matter. The art and science of engineering has to do with construction and maintenance. It requires an understanding of the materials one is working with, and how they will operate together.

It also requires a particular aim to be realised. Then, the available resources can, with the understanding of an engineer, be used for the realisation of that aim. It is critical, therefore, to understand the nature of the materials we are using. But if this is understood, then an even higher attention can, I suggest, appear which is impartial to sexual manifestations.

I intend to follow this up in a short posting on identification, but there is another point Keith makes: certain great artists and performers are influenced by higher emotional function, and even by higher intellectual working, without being aware of it p. We cannot touch these higher centres directly, but we can, perhaps, come more under their influence. We do this in many ways: by coming under the influence of a genuine esoteric tradition as I said in my review , by constructing thought and thus influencing our feeling, and bringing awakened thought and feeling into contact with organic sensation.

So much is needed for this, not least controlling identification with our sexual function. This coming under the influence of higher centres is, I suggest, quite essential if our inner development is to proceed beyond a certain plateau miracles always excepted. This can explain why certain expressions of art can touch us so deeply: we feel the working within us of something purer, something more conscious, something allied with truth, goodness and beauty.

But if we do not have the proper intellectual training, that is, if we cannot find those happy formulations which enable us to describe an aim, and we have never learned how to work for it, as a labourer works for his bread, how can we have lasting change?

Otherwise, we will keep turning in circles: beautiful, aesthetically pleasing, even rapturous circles, but circles nevertheless. If we are impartial to recognise those expressions, and diligent to welcome and cooperate with them, we might, I think, be moving in the direction of a higher and more sustainable consciousness.

We would be artists and even engineers of the spiritual worlds. Your email address will not be published. Joseph Azize, 12 October Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

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Buzzell was born in in Boston. He studied music at Bowdoin College and Boston University and received his medical doctorate in at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. In , Dr. Buzzell was named Maine Osteopath of the Year at the Osteopathic Conference in Rockland, Maine, for his involvement as a general practitioner in patient care and community service. As a country doctor he maintained a family practice for forty-two years in Fryeburg, and was a member of the staff at Bridgton Hospital. Over the course of his career, he delivered babies, admitted patients to the hospital, made rounds at the hospital, worked in the emergency room and regularly made house calls, a practice he continued until

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Some of it was quite pretentious, and embarrasses me now. Further, there was much in the book which I had missed. Like any organic being, a given tradition knows conception, development, and demise … Neither the birth, life, nor death of wisdom traditions are like those of humanity, yet they are analogous. Wisdom lends strength and purpose to its human members, and yet the tradition cannot fulfill its purpose on this plane unless sufficient members remain whole and hale.

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