Would you explain in more detail? It's strange I didn't read Yumi's post before I posted and we both used the word elaborate though I seldom use that word.
I had started with the "old meaning" of conformity; I use a translator, so it's not easy to define the meaning. The translation of a French definition of conformity is:"""Hi Yumi, I'm not sure what you meant with that... Can you elaborate?
Ok, I think I get where you're coming from. Actually, "Conformity" kinda forms a link between "compliance" and "unity".I had started with the "old meaning" of conformity; I use a translator, so it's not easy to define the meaning. The translation of a French definition of conformity is:"""
State of submission (cf. conformism). Conformity to God's will:
"Compulsory education leads to the most beautiful pruning of personality. Children are taught compliance. They are taught respect for formalism." Cendrars, Moravagine,1926, p. 302.
(Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator)
Nearly all my insights come from my direct interaction with the Muslim community I grew up with. They don't always agree to what extent... Some say singing is ok, some say not, for example. All agree no wind or string instruments... pianos seem to be a grey area though (technically a string-based instrument - but struck with little hammers). Most agree any form of music that may be permitted must not have the two sexes intermingling together.Would you explain in more detail?
Well, "elaborate" starts with "el" which is Hebrew for "god" and in turn evolved into Aramaic "elah" and Arabic "allah" - so maybe some sub-space connect going on there given the subject engaged? Lol.It's strange I didn't read Yumi's post before I posted and we both used the word elaborate though I seldom use that word.
I don't have the quote now, but it seems to me that the Cassiopeans have mentioned the idea that a form (thought) of ritual is good insofar as it applies only to oneself; I had taken that as a lesson, but it doesn't facilitate the task of conceiving a "cosmo'n roll" otherwise than by ritual voice... i work on it, but for now, it looks like the "seaweed dance" (rire)"ritual music and dance" ... what do we know about rituel ?
For the strictest Muslims, music and dance at weddings is the ONLY time I've known it done - and yes, ALWAYS segregated between the sexes.Saudi Arabian wedding party... music, singing (if you can call it that) and dancing around... but ALL MEN.
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I've heard them 'sing' privately in prayer... Their voices are quite beautiful! Its as if they have, in that moment of prayer, truly offered up themselves to the 'higher self' casting aside ALL inhibitions to the point of zero self-consciousness - and released something of the divine-connect from within. It feels 'pure' to me ie not 4D STS influenced (though that's not to say it isn't!)
Witnessing those brief moments of 'song' really drove home to me, more than anything else, just how truly embodied and deeply intimately-ingrained on a soul-level a Muslim's sense of his religious belief truly is - and how nigh impossible it would be to undo because it is soooo personal and transcends the intellect of mind.