Totalitarian Perception - Poem by Amera Andersen
Listening, as we amplify our minds,
alert to our consciousness that binds.
Glistening radiance, emitting from soul,
convert your power to total control.
Collective consciousness, as we join hands,
weaving thoughts together, in unbroken bands.
Perspective thinking for that which is sought,
believing the pow'r which is in our thought.
When Platonists started to apprehend,
acumen of mind they could transcend.
Then collective thought becomes apparent,
human mystical power transparent.
So transport your mind up into the air
and know that my power will meet you there.
Go now my love, join your mind with me,
stand still in my soul and you will see.
Four 4 line stanzas
with both beginning line rhyme
and end line rhyme
ABAB, CDCD, EFEF, GHGH
aabb, ccdd, eeff, gghh
Bohm's thinking about quantum wholeness originates in Nicholas of Cusa's Christian metaphysics; Christ said: “ Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them”.– Matt.18: 20.
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