|Posted on May 22, 2015 at 2:00 PM|
"There is only Existence. Existence requires no cause, and to think as much is to create a fallacy of logic. By Existence, we mean discernible through observation, and it imputes a hypothetical change of conditions from nonexistence to existent.
However, that which is always was in its completeness beyond all time; looking for a primary cause is an artifact of mentation that arises along with the concepts of time and space.
Beyond time and space, there are no events, no beginnings, and no endings which are beyond the categories of human thought or reason." -- David R. Hawkins MD, Ph.D
'The Eye of the I" last paragraph of Chapter 7
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