Category Archives: Wisdom

A Sound Exercise

Lone Tree, Namibia© Russell K. Davis, 2007 (First published on November 12, 2015 at Mythosophy.org)   Contemplative Practices:  A Sound Exercise Part 4:  The Spiritual Exercise of H-U-M Today’s Quote:  “Sacrilege or sacrifice; when are we not contemplating?” Quote #2:  … Continue reading

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Art, Myth; our Creativity

White Sands© Russell K. Davis, 2012 (Originally published October 15, 2015 at Mythosophy.org) Today’s quote:  “You are an artist; your past is your portfolio.” At the heart of Traditionalism, also called the Primordial Tradition, is a viewpoint called the Perennial Philosophy.  … Continue reading

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Let’s Think Mythically

(Originally published August 16, 2015 at Mythosophy.org) Contemplative Practices: Let’s Think Mythically Part 2: Thinking Mythically about Narcissus Today’s quote: “Life is a mirror. Life unerringly reflects back to us our states of consciousness and what we place our attention … Continue reading

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Thinking Mythically

Mythosophy is a contemplative path via the Wisdom of Myth Continue reading

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A Tentative Conclusion

What is Myth? Part 5: A Tentative Conclusion Mythosophy can be defined as the “wisdom of myth” and yet Mythosophy cannot be so defined. Myth can be defined and yet we have seen the scholarly failure to fully define it … Continue reading

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Mathematics of Consciousness

Can mathematical truths be identical with divine truths? Are numerals possibly symbolic of spiritual realities? I wonder. Mythosophy begins in wonder. The spiritual master Pythagoras has come down to us, primarily, as a mathematician and progenitor of the Pythagorean Theorem:  … Continue reading

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Spiritual Acceptance

This post quote: “The things in your life that resist your best efforts are your spiritual assignments.” Amidst our life’s hopes, dreams and aspirations there is the hard reality of what must be dealt with and handled. It is natural … Continue reading

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