Infinite Intelligence mistakenly names Meher Baba as the author and has numerous other serious problems. Infinite Intelligence has 10 ratings and 0 reviews. As stated in the Foreword by Meherwan Jessawala: This book plumbs the depths of esoteric. One Infinite Intelligence is omnipresent, abiding in and pervading the Universal Infinite False Mind, the individual infinite false minds, and the gross and subtle.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. No panel of physicists would decypher and mold the notes into their own piece, and then tell the world that it was written by Einstein himself. Nobody seems to know who wrote the notebooks. These revisions will make the meaning more readily perceptible to a general readership, though students who wish to ascertain for themselves what the original manuscript means will need to return to the unedited text.

Infinite Intelligence is listed in ISBN and Library of Congress databases; it will sit on shelves in libraries, bookstores, and homes; it will be searched on the web; excerpts will be referenced for years and years to come in countless ways—and always with Meher Baba as the author.

Preview — Infinite Intelligence by Meher Baba. Even then, this vaguely entomological mandala only partially depicts the complicated movements of consciousness it is meant to show. The Infinite Intelligence 1 through the subtle body of the human being’s individual infinite false mind which is the individual infinite false thinking or false I realizes or thinks the infinite subtle imagination which is the subtle universe.


Figure 15 in Infinite Intelligence. The closer the redrawn figures stay to the originals, the more successful they are.

Others ibtelligence they are transcriptions of notes taken while Baba dictated the information on a slate board. You cannot derive any benefit from looking at this material yourself. Refresh and try again. From 10 July to the end of his life, Meher Baba maintained silence, communicating by means of an alphabet board or by unique hand gestures. He also traveled widely, held public gatherings and engaged in works of charity with lepers, the poor and the mentally ill.

Richard is currently reading it Jan 14, In overview, the evidence suggests that Sadguru and the Light of Infinitr may have been a kind of literary digest. On page we are informed they were added.

They are doing what priests do: They add intellignece, a glossary, speculative essays, philosophical ruminations, sundry insights, and tortuous endnotes and footnotes. Unfortunately, the editors mistook the clarity of the originals for primitiveness, and in replacing them with stylized pastels, they mistook obscurity for sophistication.

How can Infinite Knowledge know ignorance? This figure is an exercise in bewilderment and functions onfinite. For that matter, on a work of philosophy, a novel or play, a dream diary, on anything? It is another thing entirely to exclude them from the book.

Excerpts from Infinite Intelligence: Charlotte St-Germain marked it as to-read Jan 15, The redrawn versions shed more color but less light than the originals. On the cause of Reality! He also intelligebce widely, held public gatherings and enga Meher Baba was an Indian spiritual master who said he was the Avatar, God in human form. Books by Meher Baba.


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Minoo rated it it was amazing Apr 14, Thus the Infinite Intelligence is in every individual infinite false mind. As stated in the Foreword by Meherwan Jessawala: This assertion reveals stunning arrogance. An Original Passage and its Rewrite The Supplement includes the following original passage to demonstrate why the notebooks had to be rewritten. But the real harm lies in the fragmentation of information.

But the profundity and originality of the treatment here attests to a point of view that is rooted not in convention and intellectual tradition but in the Reality, and to an Authority which goes beyond what the limited human mind is capable of.

Knowing in the first sense a means creating the universe; and knowing in the second sense b means realizing the universe. Elsewhere the editors write: However, in addition to the underlying problem of exiling the explanatory words from the graphical elements, the key is inadequate.

This book plumbs the depths of esoteric truths never before revealed to humankind.


The Supplement teems with this kind of self-reference. The overall similarity of these notebooks suggests they may have been purchased at the same time as part of the same allotment. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.