Fi: An unforgiving mirror, reflecting us in contrast to our true potential

Plato’s Theory of Ideas is telling us that every “person” (every form, every entity or every event) is a reflection of an abstract Idea of that person. This Idea is holding in its abstraction the full potential of it and life on earth is simply a game of light that passes through prisms of such Ideas.

A cabalistic story tells us that when we die there is only one punishment, and that is to be placed in front of a special mirror and be shown what your true potential could have been.

I always found this punishment to be very deep and very scary!

It would take an incredible amount of mastery of language and an angelic insight on the “true” mechanics of life, relationships and human psyche to be able to bring to earth such a heavenly mirror, and it would turn that punishment into a blessing: a chance to redeem ourselves.

This book is such a mirror: it blatantly shows us with all its clarity how all the missed opportunities, the wrong turns, our belief systems, our courage, passion and lust shapes us for better or for worse who we are and who we could have become!

But its not only about being able to bring such a mirror down to earth as it would be very hard to look carefully, directly at it! Fi allows us to ease into it, by taking us through a very personal and familiar journey, leaving us at the end to realize who we really can be…

Thank you Azra for bringing us all this very precious gift! You all can find it here:

Sadok Kohen

In truth, without deceit, certain and most veritable.

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