Greg Kasarik

"Act with Empathy"
 
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Community of Infinite Colour is a hypothetical organisation (ie. me and a few scattered people around the world who think my ideas are cool), based on a philosophy that holds that no sentient can ever know the “Ultimate Truth” and that it is up to each person to decide what makes sense to them and to believe accordingly.

While this philosophy can be thought of as being agnostic, it is often experienced mystically and doesn't preclude an individual member's belief in a higher metaphysical reality. 

Its name is not what it is, but a goal of what it hopes to achieve.

 

 

Principles

Community of Infinite Colour promotes “The Principles”, which find their origin in Western Philosophical and worldwide mystical tradition. They endevour to be both logically robust, while being spiritually profound.

The Principles are rooted in the observations of Socrates and Descartes, who observed that the only real certainty for any being is that there can never be any certainly.

They flow into the understanding that genuine spiritual experience can never be adequately communicated to another. That dogma is the abrogation of true connection with the Divine Soul.

They are realised the “Ethical Principle”, which holds that there is only one genuine moral law and this is to “Act with Empathy”.

The Principles seek to establish a framework that anybody in any universe can use as a basis for their personal spiritual journey.



Beliefs

Members of Community of Infinite Colour are not required to believe in anything, or accept any dogmas. Rather they are bound by the realisation that it is foolish for a mortal being of 10, 100, or even 1000 years to think that they could have any real understanding of an Infinite universe.

They recognise that all people must make sense of the world in their own unique way and that if two people claim to have the same beliefs, they simply have not discussed it in enough detail to discover where they might differ.

Exploring the Divine is an interrogative, intellectual, emotional and experiential journey of discovery.

In the words of the Community’s founder, Greg Kasarik:

“Ultimately it is up to each of us to make sense of the world and we can only do so by listening to our hearts, imposing reason on our thoughts and engaging with the experience of the spiritual journey. Your answers cannot be my answers and if they seem to be, then we have not discussed in enough detail to discover the areas in which we must surely differ.

I aim to promote a community of empathic thinkers, who recognise that the only truth is that there can never be certainty and who respect the rights of each person to believe what makes sense to them”.

 

Or, in the immortal words of Brian, “You've all got to work it out for yourselves”.



Transcendent Compounds

There are as many ways of “working it out for yourselves” as there are people. But many hold that experiential connection with the Divine is the key to their understanding of the Sacred.

Accordingly, many, but not all members of Community of Infinite Colour use the ancient techniques of both Meditation and the use of Transcendent Compounds in order to achieve a connection with the Divine.

Transcendent Compounds are “Entheogens” that allow one to experience the “Divine Within”, but are also non-toxic, non-addictive and psychologically safe. Their legal status in Victoria is ambiguous as we argue that their use is legal under Freedom of Religion Clauses contained within Section 14 of Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006. 

Lobbying of the Government has yet to convince them to change the drugs law, so the matter may end up being decided by the courts before too long.


 


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