Found it: Einstein and the poet, on Inner space - see 3rd of May 2019.
> Susan: How would you describe the 'ethereal' parts
> of yourself?
> My Reply: In simple terms, soul and spirit, tonal
> & nagual, depends on the many cultures who have
> different names for them. Egyptians actually
> believed in 5 or 6 different bodies (all within
> one another) in addition to the physical body.
> Susan, I know this will not be a satisfactory
> answer for you, but in my experience these other
> selves exist and have different functions. I think
> most people are not aware of soul/spirit except in
> a superficial way – that is until they die.
> Susan: My question then is: why try and think of a
> God/god at all?! Surely it is far more logical to
> know that the idea of any non-material something
> lacks any credibility and is, therefore, entirely
> a product of the human mind.
> My Reply: Logic is brain centered. Logic is
> two-dimensional. Add to that, the brain is easily
> fooled. I operate on heart centered intelligence
> (we all do to a greater or lesser degree) which
> can defy logic. I recall one mystic referring to
> the brain as like the moon, reflecting light, in
> opposition to the heart which is like the sun, the
> true source of our input. In other words, the
> brain is secondary to the heart.
> Susan: But, “why try and think of God at all”?
> (sorry for the repetition, but I felt I needed to
> answer with an overall and now am addressing the
> specifics of your questions.
> Me: Well, because I did not create the universe.
> There has to be some other explanation.
> Susan: Surely it is far more logical to know that
> the idea of any non-material something lacks any
> credibility and is, therefore, entirely a product
> of the human mind.
> Me: What about wind, music, emotions (heart
> based), time, and light.
> Susan: Yes, well, it sounds very impressive! But
> what does it actually mean?!
> Me: I’m still a student of life and always
> pondering that question.
> Quotes by Albert Einstein:
> “Few are those who see with their own eyes and
> feel with their own hearts.”
> “Imagination is more important than knowledge.
> Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the
> “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish
> by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its
> whole life believing that it is stupid.”
> “All religions, arts, and sciences are branches
> of the same tree.”
> “A man should look for what is, and not for what
> he thinks should be.”
> “There are only two ways to live your life. One
> is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as
> though everything is a miracle.”
> “A ship is always safe at shore but that is not
> what it’s built for.”
> “Never give up on what you really want to do.
> The person with big dreams is more powerful than
> the one with all the facts.”
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 20-Nov-19 09:51 by greengirl5.