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Old 22-04-2013, 06:15 PM   #1
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Etymology of the word "matter"

Alan Watts - Symbols and Meaning
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TaCIka_WEs
transcript 15.20 - 18.08


Sanskrit doesn't really have a word for "matter".
It has "Nama-rupa" which means name-form.
It's the form that matters.
Or lets put it in another way:
Everything is a matter of form.

It doesn't matter.
What does that mean?

It doesn't matter. Is it important?
In other words does it measure to anything?

Lets go back to the Indo-European roots of the language:
Matter comes from the Sanskrit root "maatra" which means "to measure".
Layout the foundations say for a building:
So from this root "maatra" we get going on into Sanskrit,
we get the word "maya" and maya is generally translated "illusion"
although it also means "magic, creative power".

The world "illusion" switch over we get that from latin,
and that comes from the Latin "ludere" : to play, lets pretend that we matter.
Also from the root "maatra" you see you get "meter" that is also "to measure",
you get "meter" in Greek,
"mater" in Latin which means "mother".
The mother of Buddha was called "Maya".

Mary "mar" again is the mother of Jesus.
Mar, mar, mar, mar, mar ...
But "mar" you see, is a matter of form. Pattern.

The Chinese call the basic principle of nature "li"
and the character for "li" means:
the markings in jade, the fibre in muscle, the grain in wood.
So Joseph Needon? translates it "organic pattern"
-and that's what going on, there isn't any organic stuff involved.

What stuff is, is a pattern seen out of focus, where it becomes fuzzy.



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Old 23-04-2013, 12:26 AM   #2
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Etymology of the word "matter"

Alan Watts - Symbols and Meaning
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TaCIka_WEs
transcript 15.20 - 18.08


Sanskrit doesn't really have a word for "matter".
It has "Nama-rupa" which means name-form.
It's the form that matters.
Or lets put it in another way:
Everything is a matter of form.

It doesn't matter.
What does that mean?

It doesn't matter. Is it important?
In other words does it measure to anything?

Lets go back to the Indo-European roots of the language:
Matter comes from the Sanskrit root "maatra" which means "to measure".
Layout the foundations say for a building:
So from this root "maatra" we get going on into Sanskrit,
we get the word "maya" and maya is generally translated "illusion"
although it also means "magic, creative power".

The world "illusion" switch over we get that from latin,
and that comes from the Latin "ludere" : to play, lets pretend that we matter.
Also from the root "maatra" you see you get "meter" that is also "to measure",
you get "meter" in Greek,
"mater" in Latin which means "mother".
The mother of Buddha was called "Maya".

Mary "mar" again is the mother of Jesus.
Mar, mar, mar, mar, mar ...
But "mar" you see, is a matter of form. Pattern.

The Chinese call the basic principle of nature "li"
and the character for "li" means:
the markings in jade, the fibre in muscle, the grain in wood.
So Joseph Needon? translates it "organic pattern"
-and that's what going on, there isn't any organic stuff involved.

What stuff is, is a pattern seen out of focus, where it becomes fuzzy.



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Do you care to tell me?
whats the matter?
nothing.
so whats up, why the face?
i'm fine.

Matter is a tone of volume interpreted as form via our ability to listen to the truth, which is what sight is. Pretending that we matter is apart of actively creating form, one of the very first manifestations of self would've surrounded this entanglement/paradox..it's also a way of forcing/encouraging/directing movement...Tone is a defense mechanism of inner self and volume is how you express that with creative ability..volume even outlast the moment you heard the tone, if you understand the truth of movement, just the next move.. you have to be part of transportation..even at a quantum scale, the heart mind can be used for this, soul delivery is possible. One white square at a time from the front all the way to the end, depending on the strength of will and the application of current form, compound & isolation being both equally as effective, usually being that compound will isolation to will/initiate a set of compounds then isolate itself to refocus on the compounds..gaining strength in mass..i could go on all night feeling out how this works but i'd rather go to sleep and play with finer finger prints.

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Old 23-04-2013, 07:07 AM   #3
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Etymology of the word "matter"

Alan Watts - Symbols and Meaning
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TaCIka_WEs
transcript 15.20 - 18.08


Sanskrit doesn't really have a word for "matter".
It has "Nama-rupa" which means name-form.
It's the form that matters.
Or lets put it in another way:
Everything is a matter of form.

It doesn't matter.
What does that mean?

It doesn't matter. Is it important?
In other words does it measure to anything?

Lets go back to the Indo-European roots of the language:
Matter comes from the Sanskrit root "maatra" which means "to measure".
Layout the foundations say for a building:
So from this root "maatra" we get going on into Sanskrit,
we get the word "maya" and maya is generally translated "illusion"
although it also means "magic, creative power".

The world "illusion" switch over we get that from latin,
and that comes from the Latin "ludere" : to play, lets pretend that we matter.
Also from the root "maatra" you see you get "meter" that is also "to measure",
you get "meter" in Greek,
"mater" in Latin which means "mother".
The mother of Buddha was called "Maya".

Mary "mar" again is the mother of Jesus.
Mar, mar, mar, mar, mar ...
But "mar" you see, is a matter of form. Pattern.

The Chinese call the basic principle of nature "li"
and the character for "li" means:
the markings in jade, the fibre in muscle, the grain in wood.
So Joseph Needon? translates it "organic pattern"
-and that's what going on, there isn't any organic stuff involved.

What stuff is, is a pattern seen out of focus, where it becomes fuzzy.



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Weird, I was just thinking about the word 'matter' and its origins.

Just for good measure, I'll throw this in the pot: Maya - comes from the mantra AIM (pronounced 'ah-yim')... linked to planet mercury, mercury being symbollic of communication, intellect, left brain, verbalised thoughts. Since words are only a stand in for reality, Maya relates to how words can be an illusion, by their tendency to misrepresent the realities they describe.
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Lightbulb Etymology of soul=life, self, breath, psych,divine

In another forum I was asked to look into the etymology of the word "soul".
Here is a copy and paste of my reply post:



The most oldest Indo-European written language include: Sanskrit, Greek and Latin
so this is a good starting point.

^

Many religious doctrines and well known philosophers agree that the soul is
the self that is alive, that which animates the body, is immortal and thus incorporeal (invisible/not physical).
The soul is also recognised as spirit, psyche, ghost, mind, God, divine, light.


In Sanskrit "atman" literally means "breath, soul";
akin to Old English "breath"

'atma', (“wind, breath, soul”)
'atman' ('soul')

Also note that "atman" means "the True Self" —
one's True Self, generally translated into English as "Self",
beyond identification with the phenomenal reality of worldly existence.


The equivalent Latin world "Anima" refers to the "animating principle"
"to give life, alive"

The Latin "psyche" translation of Greek is "psykhe" is the “soul, breath”.
Mind is derived from "psyche".


For example in the Bible, the below allegory demonstrates the above word relationships.

Quote:
And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground,
and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.
Genesis 2:7
In Latin the word "person" is the persona, signifying primarily a mask used by actors on the stage.
In Black's Law dictionary the "person" is the 'legal fiction' -not man, the living soul.
Contracts between corporations/ legal fictions are made with the "person".


Here is a detailed explanation and etymology of the word "Soul"


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Talking My OOBES. What would you do if you were God?

A few years ago I experienced OOBEs and lucid dreams which gave me more insight & self validation about the "self, I am".


My OOBE: WE all wear masks, personas.
I felt a slight weight on my cheeks, so I flew upstairs &
looked at myself in the golden framed mirror.
I was grey haired and appeared very old, and had many wrinkles, however I had so fat on my cheeks.
I immediatel rejected this reflection, insisting in my mind that I am youthful.
The reflection changed.
I saw a youthful version of my regular look wearing a fox half mask which covered my upper face.
Then the mask disappeared and I saw myself gazing into the mirror.
Unexpectedly I got pulled into the mirror, into nothingness, the stillness, the void.
I have no body awareness and experience the pure presence of mind, self awareness.
[I have experienced this several times before this experience].


My Lucid Dream: Timeless dance of nothingness
I found myself in - what felt like a spacious hall with shiny wooden floor boards.
[I did not perceive any boundaries/walls , heard the murmurs of many voices but perceived no bodies].

I saw three white scrolls on the floor; all looked like calendars
each featuring month after month,
an animated similing blue being with 4 waving arms, sitting cross-legged, wearing different neck ornaments.
I moved down the scrolls and did not perceive any ending to the scrolls/this repetition.

[I found out later this blue being is the image of the Hindu God "Shiva".
The hall is a metaphor for the hall of mirrors and
the timeless calendar a metaphor for the dance/dream creation
of hide and seek around nothingness].






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Afterwards I looked up the symbols for:
FOX: http://www.whats-your-sign.com/fox-a...symbolism.html

HINDU GOD SHIVA: Shiva is the god of the yogis, self-controlled and celibate,
while at the same time a lover of his spouse (shakti).
Lord Shiva is the destroyer of the world, following Brahma the creator and Vishnu the preserver,
after which Brahma again creates the world and so on.
Shiva is responsible for change both in the form of death and destruction and
in the positive sense of destroying the ego, the false identification with the form.
This also includes the shedding of old habits and attachments.
http://www.sanatansociety.org/hindu_...sses/shiva.htm

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Alan Watts

talks about a
fter 19 mins:

What would you do if you were God?

The nature of play & the spirit of adventure
.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnLEhQXnIzQ


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