PETER HÜBNER:  Here we see very clearly that this outstanding natural scientist drew from the higher states of consciousness: very naturally and downright as if it were the most natural thing in the world – this we see, if we are able to follow Kepler by own authentic experience at least via the seventh state of consciousness, UNITY CONSCIOUSNESS, to the eighth state of consciousness, UNITY CREATIVITY, and further up to at least the fifteenth state of consciousness.

Without the authentic insight into this “archetype” there would be no universal creative power whatsoever and hence – no: creation, too.

That is, Kepler was here with his inner-human, cosmic cognitive and creative organs on the trail of the most basic mechanisms of creation – truly a cognition, which is able to stir emotion and mind intensively, as one can clearly feel this from his enthusiasm.

This enthusiasm, or this stir of the emotion and the mind the student of the University of the Future will authentically experience, too: between the seventh and eighth state of consciousness, by virtue of intuition: as the primordial cognition of that phenomenon of creativity as such.

Therefore Plato says:

“The archetype of good
is the highest subject of teaching,
only by which
the righteous and the other values
become prosperous.”

EUROPEAN EDUCATION FORUM: Where, nowadays, the conventional university is able to make “the archetype of good” the “highest subject of teaching”?

EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF JUSTICE: For such immaterial considerations and concepts the conventional university, ruled by the money of the market, has left no room anymore.

ACADEMIC WORLD FORUM: That through the “archetype of good the righteous and the other values“ are able to “become prosperous” – this not one of the so-called “academics” dares to even think there anymore.

RESEARCH WORLD FORUM: In the conventional university, in the context of the established three first states of consciousness, something like this is nowadays considered to be pure speculation.

ACADEMY OF CULTURE: What do those teaching at the conventional university think did Plato – after whose academy they call themselves academics – consider to be an academic: to be a member of his academy?

Plato informs us unambiguously about it and thus makes his clear demand on science and/or his “academic”:

“The sciences should contribute everything
which forces the soul to turn towards the place
where the most blissful of all being is localized
which it absolutely has to behold.”

Peter Huebner - RRR 941 Neurophysiological & Sensory Disorders

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