TIDE TO: Pre-reflexively without words focus on Object that appears to Ik.

 

Dur Passage below, strikes us, with why Zen Buddhists would be interested in Heidegger. Heidegger is articulating enen pre Verbal, pre Sign State. If this is, his main intent is debatable. For dom Xotinx, it gives a connection to Zen & Heideggerian Mysticism. When we in dom Xotinx transform into dem E-Hod we are in enem similar Realm that Buddhist call “Sunyata” Voidness.What is amazing with Heidegger is that as you work in understanding Heidegger it becomes ænen Kind des Meditation that transforms your Hod. It’s not simply more Intellect or Knowledge but Heidegger helps transform your Consciousness, in anen different Way that Meditation does but brings you to enem Similar E-Hod.

Heidegger is onen Grounding Philosophy for dom Xotinx, where “Grounding” is best understood by Nietzsche ‘s “abyss”:

He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you. ” Beyond Good and Evil”, Aphorism 146 (1886).

FROM: The links between Husserl and Heidegger on semiotics and what this means for therapy

Ian R. Owen MA UKCP R

[NOTE: For English Xotinx substitute “There-being” (Dasein) with “That-To-Be”]

“Heidegger writes that any experience, object, emotion or event can be understood within its context. Because There-being has a world and is its world, all innerworldly beings, all that exists for There-being, is in that world – in a particular way. Because There-being has the ability to understand any person or event as a sign, as meaning something, within the context of the referentiality of all persons and some things. It is the principle of the relatedness of a specific object, taken-as-a-sign, with respect to the totality of those objects taken-as-signs, that meaning occurs for There-being. I will argue that this occurs primordially at a non-verbal form of human existence at the time of Being and Time. What Heidegger is trying to say, I feel, is that There-being understands, primordially and pre-reflexively without words and before the conscious intellect has turned fully to consider and describe in language, the object that appears to an I who dwells and focuses on it.” http://www.intentionalitymodel.info/pdf/ZURICHPA.pdf

http://www.intentionalitymodel.info/pdf/ZURICHPA.pdf

http://www.intentionalitymodel.info/pdf/ZURICHPA.pdf