Revelation has to do with the expansion of the limits of consciousness. It has played a central role in many existentialist theories as well as 20th century christian orthodox theology. However these approachesdefined «revelation» as an abstract procedure relative to human existence. Of course, it is a real state, when a person realises the inner reality which lies underneath human experience. When, for instance, realises that before realising that he was in love with a girl, he had already expressed his will by sharing his secrets or passing his time with her.

So, revelation is by all means a personal attempt to see things different, beyond stereotypical schemes by which our mind perceives the reality. But, we always have to bear in mind that this kind of consciousness expansion is based directly upon the human cognitive system and is possible to occur only if we stop thinking with all these patterns of what is good and evil. This of course does not force us to adopt a moral relativist dogma, but το create some criteria about what is real and what is unreal.


~ από σκοινοβάτης στο Ιανουαρίου 12, 2013.


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