Peter Redgrove Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Peter Redgrove Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Peter Redgrove Sayings: Data that comes subliminally and is acted upon will look like luck or inspiration. Data that comes subliminally and is acted upon will look like luck or inspiration.
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Peter Redgrove Sayings: Some may wonder whether part of the harvest of this invisible pollution (electromagnetic radiation) may Some may wonder whether part of the harvest of this invisible pollution (electromagnetic radiation) may be the comparative rarity of visionary experience in the modern world, and the predominence of a removed, overanalytical, repelling 'onlooker' intelligence in its place, resembling that of the (Martin) Amis hero (who will not see because he cannot feel). If this is so, such an intelligence has produced conditions favoring its evolution and survival.
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Peter Redgrove Sayings: We rehearse for the big death through the little death of orgasm, through erotic living. We rehearse for the big death through the little death of orgasm, through erotic living. Death as transfiguration
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Peter Redgrove Sayings: The entrance to the natural EM senses is now guarded by artificially monstrous EM waves The entrance to the natural EM senses is now guarded by artificially monstrous EM waves carrying every kind of pattern irrelevant to nature, from TV sitcoms to defense radar broadcasts. It is as though we have covered the whole surface of the globe with a slum of slovenly, impalpable constructions during the past eighty years or so since Marconi. They are literally skyscrapers in as much as they touch the ionosphere and are reflected from it. They are tenements full of the disorderly displays of sitcoms and the sterile reflections of military radar.
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Peter Redgrove Sayings: It is as though we are understanding now what (William) Blake intuited, the senses were, It is as though we are understanding now what (William) Blake intuited, the senses were, in Eden, spread over the whole being. It might seem, then, that our bodies still live in Eden, but our minds refuse to know it.
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Peter Redgrove Sayings: In fact, unconscious scanning goes on all the time. It seems more than ever that In fact, unconscious scanning goes on all the time. It seems more than ever that what we know as the visionary or poetic mode is our response via the unconscious senses to what is really there in the environment. We are not trying to 'explain it away': it is rather that we symbolize this kind of awareness.
Peter Redgrove Sayings: The mystery religions were instituted in order to protect the marvels of the commonplace from The mystery religions were instituted in order to protect the marvels of the commonplace from those who would devalue them.
Peter Redgrove Sayings: The psychologist George Frankl atributes class structure and conflict and most of the ills of The psychologist George Frankl atributes class structure and conflict and most of the ills of society to the sexual class war based on the Oedipul pattern; that is, murderous phallic conflict between males for the favour of the women, those favours being defined by the men themselves. This system is, as it were, only haunted by women, who cannot in it acheive expression or contribute to society anything of their true nature, and are regarded as a kind of castrated man.
Peter Redgrove Sayings: His (Samuel Coleridge) dark senses were constantly in play, the frustration of them bringing illness. His (Samuel Coleridge) dark senses were constantly in play, the frustration of them bringing illness. Weather and organic nature combined in a synaesthetic multi-media event, and this was the ground of all perception before it was divded up in daily living: the Primary Imagination giving way to the Secondary. Poetry was forever seeking a conscious return to this state, which existed all the time, whether he knew it or not.
Peter Redgrove Sayings: Our approach to reality, our sense of reality, cannot assume that the text of nature, Our approach to reality, our sense of reality, cannot assume that the text of nature, the book of life, is a cryptogram concealing just a single meaning. Rather, it is an expanding riddle of a multiplicity of resonating images.
Peter Redgrove Sayings: The Romantic movement among other things was concerned to bring back into permitted human experience The Romantic movement among other things was concerned to bring back into permitted human experience occasions when the 'invisible but real world' was of paramount importance, when the non-visual or dark senses were operating as organs of knowledge.
Peter Redgrove Sayings: It is easy to be clever if you leave something important out. It is easy to be clever if you leave something important out.
Peter Redgrove Sayings: Freud was a genius; geniuses are bright but not necessarily right. What they do do, Freud was a genius; geniuses are bright but not necessarily right. What they do do, right or wrong, is to provide images that guide, or compel, the lives of the rest of us. If we are not careful we may accept the inevitability of these images. It seems that great men offer us a portion of reality and, because of their greatness, we take it for the whole.