About

15/10/2013: New posts and a whole new way of working with this blog has occurred to me which I hope to get up and running quite soon… stand by for the next phase…


10 responses to “About

  • Alex Tsakiris

    Hi Jason… cool stuff :)

  • Jason Wingate

    Thanks Alex, I appreciate you stopping by!

  • axlhoma

    Namaste! Excellent blog. I especially loved your essay on Dismissivism and Exclusivism in parapsychology. Thanks and keep it up!

  • shamanofsmile

    So happy to have stumbled on your beautiful words! Your posts were just exactly what I was supposed to read right now. With much gratitude!

  • chardin

    Hi Jason,
    Cool blog, I read most of Dr, Morris’s stuff years ago and am now getting back to it, ( I getting too old to put it off anymore ), any way I look forward to seeing more.

    • Jason Wingate

      Glad you enjoyed… the blog is undergoing a redirect to a slightly more philosophical angle now so I have to redo the about page…

      Enjoy your exploration. :)

  • otove

    Hi Jason, just been reading through your blog, great stuff! I’ve never really got deep into the Elements (are they levels of subtlety or differences in kind, for example), it’s interesting that you note the fifth as void,hmmm.

    You also say, here : ‘The attainment of Tao/realization isn’t something I feel comfortable talking about yet but is what ultimately opens up.’

    Ive just started getting into the Golden Flower method (Cleary’s) would you be comfortable in offering some suggestions on how to turn the light (eyes and ears) around, is this not identical to Vipassana?

    Thanks, Otove

    • Jason Wingate

      (are they levels of subtlety or differences in kind, for example)

      Both and more, they’re a thought tool that has resulted in a number of a different approaches.

      4 + void is standard the Japanese system that Glenn taught, Mikkyo-influenced. It is known as Go Dai — there is 2nd system called Go Gyo which the Japanese use to interface with Chinese 5-element systems.

      4 + void also crosses cultures — Franz Bardon teaches the same with Void as Akasha, so do many yogic teachers. I wrote a little on that here I think.

      The Kundalini arousal method taught by Glenn is a complete system involving chakra correspondences to elements and was also used to make a psychological typology that has been tested on over 5,000 people.

      Ive just started getting into the Golden Flower method (Cleary’s) would you be comfortable in offering some suggestions on how to turn the light (eyes and ears) around, is this not identical to Vipassana?

      I’m afraid I’ve practiced neither Golden Flower nor Vipassana, so am not the person to ask.I’ve heard good things of JJ Semple on the Flower, believe he got some good Kundalini results and has lots on the backward-flowing method. Have not been able to check him out so cannot vouch for him…

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