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Are you willing to roll up your sleeves, grab a large cup of coffee, and discuss the vast dimensionality of our human experience and the inspiration of our Universe at large? If you are, then you are in great company.
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Composer and pianist. Known to have said that the symphonies came full blown into his mind and he simply transcribed them on paper. In fact many of his great works were written after he became totally deaf at the age of 35.
“WE LIVE IN THE LAP OF AN IMMENSE INTELLIGENCE THAT, WHEN WE ARE IN ITS PRESENCE, WE REALIZE THAT IT IS FAR BEYOND OUR HUMAN MIND.”
– RALPH WALDO EMERSON, ESSAYIST, PHILOSOPHER & POET
“MY BRAIN IS ONLY A RECEIVER, IN THE UNIVERSE THERE IS A CORE FROM WHICH WE OBTAIN KNOWLEDGE, STRENGTH AND INSPIRATION. I HAVE NOT PENETRATED INTO THE SECRETS OF THIS CORE, BUT I KNOW THAT IT EXISTS.”
– NIKOLA TESLA, INVENTOR, PHYSICIST & FUTURIST
Theoretical physicist. Believed the work of Mozart “was so pure that it seemed to have been ever-present in the universe, waiting to be discovered by the master.” Einstein also described physics as a “pre-established harmony”. He felt that the laws of nature, such as the theory of relativity, were waiting to be plucked out of the cosmos by an attuned mind. Einstein attributed his theories less to calculation and more from “pure thought”.
“WHEN I SIT DOWN TO MY BOOK, SOME BENEFICENT POWER SHOWS IT ALL TO ME, AND TEMPTS ME TO BE INTERESTED, AND I DON’T INVENT IT – REALLY DO NOT – BUT SEE IT, AND WRITE IT DOWN”.