Egyptian Hermetic Philosophy Response
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Egyptian hermetic philosophy response
What is the definition of hermetic philosophy as interpreted by you?
Ideas interpreted by a philosopher, Hermes Trismegistus, are known as hermetic philosophy. According to this philosophy, mysticism exists and that every religion shares an equal sense of spirituality. Also, his philosophy explains that beyond all the physical laws this universe does not only depend on the matter but divine spirituality, a transcended God. He also says God is beyond the understanding of the human mind. Likewise, I also get this feeling from his philosophies where he is trying to say that God is one and the unconditional.
According to the author, what are the seven hermetic principles?
According to the author, the seven principles are as follows
The principle of Mentalism:
The principle of vibration
The principle of correspondence
The principle of Polarity
The principle of rhythm
The principle of cause and effect
The principle of Gender
How did you feel about the reading? Did you like it or not?
The reading was really interesting explaining phenomena's which are mysterious. I enjoyed reading the principle of Gender in which it says that both masculine and feminine are necessary for each other. Without one, one cannot exist. It kept me thinking that if certain laws are such that everyone is like every other one why does patriarchy exist making feminine inferior? Maybe the world needs everyone to be philosophers to understand the laws of nature. Likewise, the principle of rhythm explains the fact that nothing remains the same forever. It changes, and that only change is constant. If days of happiness are here days of sorrows will also come. Everyone will face ups and downs in life, and that positive and negative both can come in everyone's life.
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