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Sunday, March 26, 2017

The nihilistic moment is a possibility for spiritual practice


In philosophical counseling the “nihilistic moment” is a very important moment.

Therefore, I often ask my guests to read Albert Camus´ two small novels The Stranger, and The Fall, as ways of getting the counseling practice started.

The nihilistic moment is a so-called Bardo state, a possibility for spiritual practice, a possibility for opening yourself in towards the Source.

It namely also implies the question of, whether there can be a complete philosophical freedom, wherein the human mind is facing something, which not is of time, not is pieced together by thoughts, and which still not is an escape from the facts of the daily existence: the timeless, the absolute, truth or reality.

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