P. D. Ouspensky Quote

The vision disappeared as suddenly as it appeared. A weird silence fell on me. "What does it mean?" I asked in wonder.
"It is the image of the world," the voice said, "but it can be understood only after the Temple has been entered. This is a vision of the world in the circle of Time, amidst the four principles. But thou seest differently because thou seest the world outside thyself. Learn to see it in thyself and thou wilt understand the infinite essence, hidden in all illusory forms. Understand that the world which thou knowest is only one of the aspects of the infinite world, and things and phenomena are merely hierolgyphics of deeper ideas."


Card XXI : The World. - The Symbolism of the Tarot (1913)

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The vision disappeared as suddenly as it appeared. A weird silence fell on me. What does it mean? I asked in wonder. It is the image of the world,...

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The vision disappeared as suddenly as it appeared. A weird silence fell on me. What does it mean? I asked in wonder. It is the image of the world,...

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The vision disappeared as suddenly as it appeared. A weird silence fell on me. What does it mean? I asked in wonder. It is the image of the world,...

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The vision disappeared as suddenly as it appeared. A weird silence fell on me. What does it mean? I asked in wonder. It is the image of the world,...