I was thinking today about Thoth's teachings of Ancient Wisdom and how it can be made relatable today.
Our monad, the indivisible and eternal Life within us, explores, maybe forever, different realms in the multiverse to glean life experience through the adventure of exploration and participation.
Hermetic principles were brought to us with the intent of bringing understanding of the dynamics of the Universe for the purpose of fluid learning and well-being along our journey. If we do well and use knowledge appropriately, we will experience an idyllic life similar to the video's title picture above.
I am writing this, not because I am intellectually an expert, but because I am pursuing such a vision experientially as much as I am fascinated by acient knowledge, that if discarded or ignored, requires arduous rediscovery and unnecessary hardships.
The 7 Principles
Cause & Effect
I will go into more detail on these a little later. First I will study the Emerald Tablets and meditate on them and consult the Akasha.
If these words do not resonate with you yet, it is because the experiences I express with these words are outside of your sphere of experience. An empty intellect hence presumes fallacy.
Being able to rightly practice these principles might be likened unto White Magic with is built upon right motive, unselfishness, harmlessness, meditation, and service.
I know, not believe, that when every human being individually practices appropriate connection with all the monads of the phenomenal world, this plane of existence, then humanity's experience of Life will be what it can be, what it was meant to be! It is only then that our species might produce those who develop wisdom faster than others who might rightly be referred to as leaders who in turn inspire and build up those around them.
It was once said that
.. without a Vision, the people perish ...
It is the vision of your monad that you must discover, then follow where it leads ... until then, You will always feel an unsatiated emptiness inside and are likely to attempt to fill it with everything you find but the one thing it needs.