Omnibus Okruh a střed 2/2002 –
When looking at the landscape, I see hills and valleys, fields and meadows, and between the fields, the sky and the earth. I always compare two qualities and based on this comparison I judge which one prevails or if they are in harmony.
Modern man makes decisions based on the primary qualities of the world we can understand. But there are also opposites involved. The same principle of polarity can be experienced when perceiving non-material sides of life.
Reason and emotion also come into play. Each of us knows the difference between happiness and sadness, between greed and modesty. The complementary polarity of events forms the basis of our understanding and identification of the natural circumstances in the world. All living things find their balance in the rhythm of nature.
The article discusses how people can perceive the subtle forces of nature using their conscience.