The emotional surge that occurs when one interacts with true creativity (i.e., Music, Art, and Poetry– that which is founded and crafted in tradition) is necessary for the furtherance of self-mastery. These innate, non-linear aspects of our Spiritual Nature require specific excitation. Therefore, upon exposure to true creativity, our emotional response “purifies” the substance of the higher mind, enhancing its ability to receive and transmit within the medium. Antithetically, as the observer is exposed to works of non-tradition, an emotional response– either consciously or subconsciously– will transduce itself into a state of disharmony. This reaction stems from the artist’s fundamental departure from the ontological passions that operate within man. Further, true creativity does not mean originality for originality’s sake; true creativity develops from a cultivated craft that is founded in a cosmological tradition. Unfortunately, this interactive process of mind-manipulation is two-sided. On one side: constituting a process of natural enlightenment and healing, while on the other: instituting societal Babel under the glorified guise of self-subjected originality.
“What the mitochondrial gene tree did was to introduce an objective time-depth measurement into the equation for the first time. It showed quite clearly that the common mitochondrial ancestor of all modern humans lived only about 150,000 years ago.” — Bryan Sykes, The seven daughters of Eve: The Science that Reveals Our Genetic Ancestry