File deleuze-guattari/deleuze-guattari.0504, message 34

Subject: Re: [D-G] Mesas - Plateauw Plateu.
Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2005 11:55:10 +0200


maybe it is hard to reach a plateau on the level of philosophy.
But as Spinoza and Deleuze & Guattari are essentially affirming and  
the body, i can tell you, that it is much easier to increase
intensities to a plateau with the body.
As a tried to point out several times, yoga is her the king's way.
There are no real dangers, it is a elaborated well proofed system and you  
practice what and when you want.
Otherwise one has to ask in respect of the general nervosity, if there
is somebody acting - BWO, ego or whatever.
Maybe, to lead a non-oedipal relation, it is sufficent,
  not to try to suppress each, other but to help.
That sounds simple, but everday life experience indicates it to happen not  
very often.



Am Sat, 23 Apr 2005 06:11:56 +0100 (BST) schrieb Liza Kozner  

> Hi Harald
> On the level of Expression, I can connect with you on
> several instances.
> On the level of Content
> I say: look at the Mesas, these are the Plateaus.
> As you have said for Spinoza and Beatitude in one of
> this January's Posts, i reckon, that you thought there
> couldbe
> well Beatitude in Spinoza's revendication of
> Beatitude.
> When Deleuze , and Guattari, talk about Mesas, these
> need to be experienced:
> Most people only go around the Mesas, this is why you
> can hear often these writers are fashion, en vogue,
> and that they should be read more "philosophycally",
> like Paul Bryant who was on these lists on DG, and
> migrated where? and thus i don't know, the last
> option, is to climb up the mesas, and see the
> landscape from there.
> Up to you then to take a parachute, or stay until you
> find a path of exit, it one is needed, because you
> could, as we are sometimes protected by gods in these
> countries, we could well, we could fly from one mesa
> to another. If one mesa is Deleuze Rock, then another
> is Deleuze Rock, and till you exhausts Deleuze, you
> can return to the land of Kleist, of the Amazon. We
> are little girls, and this giant rock for us is suchly
> great in symbolising our dreams, that we are now
> bathing in the current of the blue spirit, that it is
> still funny to ask to our little boys to climb up the
> tree, and to remember us while we see them wane in the
> distance, ascending the magnifiscient, over
> photographied, but still insidious Rocks of Guattari
> and Deleuze.
> Their splendour is infinite. Let's not do caricatures
> like bon papis.
> That's of course for the Content. You Expression
> convenes to my dream.
> ByeBye
> Adline (the eight year old sister of a little squirrel
> who was adopted by a boy who is on top of the Monument
> Valley at the moment I writing this e-mail.
> And Liza and Lucy have let me write today on their box
> in the net.
> Thanks You
> Shabbat Shalom bytw
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