latest News from Floco Tausin
4/2011 (No. 12)
eye meditation on eye floaters
is the latest issue of "Holistic Vision", the spiritual
project by the author and consciousness researcher Floco Tausin.
It is devoted to a phenomenon known as idiopathic or harmless
"eye floaters" or "muscae
pictures) among ophthalmologists. We see
them as scattered, mobile, transparent dots and strings in
our visual field. "Holistic Vision" includes ophthalmology
but questions its conclusion on floaters and goes beyond.
For the observation and open eye meditation reveals a connection
between altered states of consciousness and the way floaters
look. Furthermore, a look at different cultures highlights
floaters as an object of art and spirituality. By this "holistic
vision", Floco Tausin pursues the question whether these
spheres and strings are first appearances of a shining structure
of consciousness within which we cover a distance to our spiritual
origin – a path that lights up through open eye meditation.
1) Lead Story: "In
the Eye of Ra"
2) Reader’s Hints, Experiences, and Pictures:
love eye floaters!
3) Nestor's Knowledge on Eye Floaters: the
path in the basic structure
4) Quarterly Picture: the
sun disk as an Egyptian Christmas Story
5) About the Author’s Projects: publications
by Floco Tausin
6) Last but not Least: reader’s
comments on the Holistic Vision Project
In the Eye of Ra – Floater Structures in the Visual
Arts of Ancient Egypt
Western culture, the phenomenon of vitreous floaters (or muscae
volitantes) is primarily understood in line with modern ophthalmology
as "vitreous opacities". The review of visual arts
from former and non-Western cultures representing mythical
and spiritual ideas, however, discloses abstract symbols that
resemble the typical structures of eye floaters. This suggests
that floaters have been widely interpreted as a mythical
or spiritual phenomenon; and that there might be
a perceptual dimension of floaters that modern ophthalmology
fails to see. This article provides a trip to the visual worlds
of Pharaonic Egypt and suggests that vitreous floaters have
found their way into the art and imagination of this ancient
the Lead Story...
Hints, Experiences, and Pictures
Love eye floaters!
reader’s advice to get rid of floaters – love
Enck Kanaj, runs an interesting blog
which includes ophthalmological, psychological and spiritual
approaches to eye floaters. Perception of floaters, the reader
gets it, depends on the observer’s consciousness. On
the one hand, this is spiritually relevant: Enck asserts that
looking at floaters is a practice to open the third eye. Correspondingly,
he puts floaters into relationship with phenomena from various
religious and spiritual traditions..."
Read the whole report...
Knowledge on Eye Floaters
The path in the basic structure
floaters and their meaning were interpreted differently depending
on the time, culture and personality of the observer. We learn
a spiritually meaningful perspective about floaters from Nestor,
the seer, with whom I have studied and whose teachings I recorded
in the book "Mouches volantes – Eye Floaters
as Shining Structure of Consciousness". In this
new category, a particular statement from the book on floaters
shall be presented and explained.
"If you only run after matter and pleasure and tie down
your energy in this idiotic way, you’ll move away farther
and farther from the dots and strands until you can’t
see them any longer. If you, on the other hand, live an appropriate
lifestyle and transform the energy still tied up within you,
then you’ll move forward on the path in the basic structure.
So within the structure there is indeed a forward and backward,
but there is only one single goal which is wherever we look
I want to know...
Religious art and floater structures – the sun disk
as an Egyptian Christmas story
category "Quarterly Picture" introduces realistic,
artistic and/or spiritual/religious representations from different
cultures and times which could show entoptic phenomena, or
be inspired by it.
The Story of the Egyptian sun is a Christmas story
as well. Historically, quite a lot of ancient Egyptian
mythology and art was adopted by the Greeks and Romans that
occupied Egypt from 4th century BC to 4th century AD. Via
these civilizations, the symbolism of the sun eventually found
its way to Christianity: God and Jesus have been associated
with metaphors of light inspired by the Egyptian cult of the
Show me the picture...
but not Least
Reader’s comments on the Holistic Vision Project
Thank you, rnk1977, and thanks to all of you out there –
may your inner visual light enrich the holy of your days!
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