Saturday, July 19, 2014

[GMW #3045] Meditation Room To Convey Humans Are Cosmic Living Heavenly Beings

[GMW #3045] Meditation Room To Convey Humans Are Cosmic Living Heavenly Beings
Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 3500
~ Idea 3439 ~

The United Nations Meditation Room, conceived by Dag Hammarskjold is incomplete in my view.

It shows a ray of light beaming in obscurity from the ceiling of the room on the top of a high, rectangular block of fine iron ore he imported from Sweden, his country of origin.

Its symbol is that this iron block was created by the energy of the cosmos. It is part of the cosmos as is all matter of the Earth. He considered himself to have come from Sweden as a hard, rational economist and was transformed by the United Nations into a mystic. This iron ore block was shown floating in the universe in a famous film by Stanley Kubrik: Space Odyssey 2000.

The change that I would introduce is that after a while the ray should fall on the head of the meditating person to convey to him or her that the human being is a cosmic reality too: we are born from the Earth which is all born from the cosmos, hence we are all cosmic, living, heavenly beings, the most advanced of all on this particular planet.

Such a realization can change our life and the entire human society and its relations with the Earth and with the heavens.

The great founders of religions were not wrong. This was the message of all of them. Most of them gave it the name God. A United Religions has now been created to bring back spirituality, the belief of humans in their heavenly cosmic nature, origin and role.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume  II Chapter 13 Of Speaking
Sanskrit means: divine language. Dewanagara, the script in which it is embodied, means "the city of God" (Dewa: God, nagara: city). All languages are divine, cosmic expressions and communications of the phenomenon and mystery of life evolving from cosmic forces.

UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.


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