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I describe the case of Las Casas, a brutal Spanish colonizers who, after a brief [[Connection Experience]], rejected his country's barbarous exploitation of slaves and instead worked politically to end the practice.<ref>Mike Sosteric. "Mystical Experience and Global Revolution." Athens Journal of Social Sciences 5 3 (2018): 235-55. [https://www.academia.edu/25031557/Mystical_experience_and_global_revolution]</ref>. Sosteric calls this the [[Turn to the Left]]
I describe the case of Las Casas, a brutal Spanish colonizers who, after a brief [[Connection Experience]], rejected his country's barbarous exploitation of slaves and instead worked politically to end the practice.<ref>Mike Sosteric. "Mystical Experience and Global Revolution." Athens Journal of Social Sciences 5 3 (2018): 235-55. [https://www.academia.edu/25031557/Mystical_experience_and_global_revolution]</ref>. Sosteric calls this the [[Turn to the Left]]


Ralph Waldo Emerson, a person that by his description of the [[Oversoul]] is one who certainly had more than one [[Connection Experience]] was a "radical."<ref>Atkinson, Brooks. “Introduction.” In ''The Complete Essays and Other Writings of Ralp Waldo Emerson''. New York: Modern Library, 1950. p. xii.</ref>
[[Ralph Waldo Emerson]], a person that by his description of the [[Oversoul]] is one who certainly had more than one [[Connection Experience]] was a "radical."<ref>Atkinson, Brooks. “Introduction.” In ''The Complete Essays and Other Writings of Ralp Waldo Emerson''. New York: Modern Library, 1950. p. xii.</ref>


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Latest revision as of 03:52, 18 October 2021

The Turn to the Left is an outcome of connection. It is a form of Activation whereby the individual develops more progressive political, social, economic, and spiritual values (i.e. "left wing" values). The Turn to the Left is typically associated with Activation and is thus a syncretic term for it. [1]

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In China, in and around 100-200 C.E., a proliferation of revelatory and visionary experiences prompted ongoing "Rebellions against the existing order..." [2]

Thomas Merton experienced a significant turn to the left following his Connection Experiences. "Merton too on social issues--writing, for example, on civil rights and against racism--long before such things were fashionable. His outlook struck a chord. Eldridge Cleaver, the former Black Panther leader and author of Soul on Ice, noted that no white man wrote with such a sympathetic eye on the plight and poignancy of Harlem as Merton Did." [3]

I describe the case of Las Casas, a brutal Spanish colonizers who, after a brief Connection Experience, rejected his country's barbarous exploitation of slaves and instead worked politically to end the practice.[4]. Sosteric calls this the Turn to the Left

Ralph Waldo Emerson, a person that by his description of the Oversoul is one who certainly had more than one Connection Experience was a "radical."[5]

Footnotes

  1. ———. “Mystical Experience and Global Revolution.” Athens Journal of Social Sciences 5, no. 3 (2018): 235–55.
  2. Kohn, Livia, ed. The Taoist Experience: An Anthology. State University of New York, 1993. p. 16.
  3. Harmless, William. Mystics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. p. 24.
  4. Mike Sosteric. "Mystical Experience and Global Revolution." Athens Journal of Social Sciences 5 3 (2018): 235-55. [1]
  5. Atkinson, Brooks. “Introduction.” In The Complete Essays and Other Writings of Ralp Waldo Emerson. New York: Modern Library, 1950. p. xii.

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