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>>19261440

It is because of this aimless, disintegral vagrancy, and perversion of nostalgia for adventure, that it would be better for some individuals to read as little as optimal; after they get their "mind blown" they inevitably come crawling to the false haven of "traditonalism", or "selfhelp" trash, thus perpetuating their existential crash, and customizing it.

New beginnings are the ones that are unwhirled by one's own soul, not by anything of the world, or by any external factors; one should read in order to draw from syncord, not to consistently destroy oneself down to the core.

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>>19260595
One reads in order to draw from syncord, via cogitation & creation, not to obtain mental support, which is ultimately selfgenerated.

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>>19193630
>Does listening to music better your writing?
No, but it does exalt, and/or quicken, the process of writing, relative to degree of syncord; engaging in recreational activities does not imbue one with something that one does not already possess.

>Does music give ideas to you?
Define: "give ideas"; music, as an artform, conveys ideas which are available for reception.

>Does music get you into the mood for writing?
It depends on the moment.

>Do you listen to music while writing ?
Sometimes.

By the sonic skies the heart races; by the silent soils the mind paces.

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>>19135167
>why, across all mediums, does it feel like nothing noteworthy has been produced in decades?
Decadent complacency, and nihilistic pusillanimity.

The idea(l) comprises its concepts, and surprises its conceptions; the importance of newness consists in emergency of originality, the artistic realization of which requires profound effort; it is a problem of underestimating, and/or of perverting, the supernovel creative potential of the soul into materialistic superbia, rather than sublimating it through martialistic humility.

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>>18981663
>What are the ramifications of popular culture sort of "drying out"?
The fostering of complacency, and/or pusillanimity.

The idea(l) comprises its concepts, and surprises its conceptions; the importance of newness consists in emergency of originality, the artistic realization of which requires profound effort; it is a problem of underestimating, and/or of perverting, the supernovel creative potential of the soul into materialistic superbia, rather than sublimating it through martialistic humility.

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We were fresher & brighter then; we are newer & hollower now; the phœnecian, supernovæl substance of the soul continuously rolls out & returns in abundance.

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The "twin princes" universal archetype persists througout history, in all ambits; the subsequent diverse holotypes which it comprehends are the ones who make history, whilst stereotypes, at best, transfix themselves to the formers' storied lives.

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>>18181725
>Nobody is talking shit about gnosticism.
"..."

>People are just expressing how obviously christian-centric it is to profess Gnosticism as a forerunner in some new kind of existential belief...
Gnosticism is as "new" as Christianity.

...when the fundamental problem with human existence is that we are driven to innovate upon our ancestors work.

1. How is that a "problem"?

2. Innovation constitutes cleansing, just as renovation constitutes restructuring; Christianity is as comprehensive, and perpetually new, as the phoenician, supernovel substance of the noble soul, therefore, yes, everything becomes new(er) under the wings of Christianity.

>Buddhism is quite literally the kind of Gnosticism you're describing...
Buddhism is a mediocre pregnostic doctrine that has its end in the relnquishment of one's martial potential, and in the resignation of oneself in pro of basking in one's own internal spiritual abundance.

Mediocrity entails loss of freedom; knowledge wthout growth is stunted; this is why "Buddhists" will never be able to discern the reality of what is, and experience the serene flame of gnosticism, which is perfected in Christianity.

Better to know than to be ignorant; worse to be idle with knowledge than to excel with it.



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