The Allness of Mind

by Jul 24, 2018

What makes a piece of paper different from a spoon?

In this week’s extract, Master of Yoga Dr George King reveals some of the fascinating metaphysics behind the building blocks of the Universe.

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“… mind is all pervasive.

“You might have heard this thought – this expression – many, many times in some kind of vague reference, but I want to try and really impress upon you the allness of mind, or this vast energy which surrounds all things; which is in, and passes through, all things.

“To give you an illustration, the main difference between this paper and this spoon is a result of mind.

“This paper is made up of five types of energy. There are only five major types of energy on this world, that we possibly know of, and there are five minor types as well, but the minor types are connected – directly connected – to the five major types.

“These five major types of energy come from the Sun. The minor types of energy may come from other sources, but we’re most concerned with the major types. They are what the Yogis call the ‘pranas’. P-r-a-n-a-s.

“The word ‘prana’ means, of course: Universal Life Force. You might say, ‘Well, how can it come from the Sun and be universal?’ It comes, shall we say, through the Sun from a universal supply. The thing that made the Sun made the pranas. Now the pranas are not mind. But mind substance, or mind energy moulds the pranas.

“The difference again, between this paper and that spoon, is that the mind of this paper holds the pranas in a certain way, and the mind of that spoon holds the pranas in another way.”

– The Master George King

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