n. (plural of seer English)
Usage examples of "seers".
In examining the first attention, the new seers realized that all organic beings, except man, quiet down their agitated trapped emanations so that those emanations can align themselves with their matching ones outside.
Individual seers may feel the urge to make comments about certain emanations, but that will remain personal.
If seers can hold their own in facing petty tyrants, they can certainly face the unknown with impunity, and then they can even stand the presence of the unknowable.
Confusing the two would put seers in a most precarious position whenever they are confronted with the unknowable.
For the old seers to say that the reason for existence is to enhance awareness is not a matter of faith or deduction.
The characteristic of miserable seers is that they are willing to forget the wonder of the world.
The new seers, being pragmatically oriented, became immediately cognizant of the compelling power of the emanations.
The mastery of the old seers was to move that glow, to make it spread from its original setting on the surface of the cocoon inward across its width.
The new seers placed the highest value on deep, unemotional realizations.
The old seers believed it was the voice of an overpowering entity intimately related to mankind, a protector of man.
The consciousness of adult human beings, matured by the process of growth, can no longer be called awareness, because it has been modified into something more intense and complex, which seers call attention.
It is a quagmire so complex and bizarre that sober seers go into it only under the strictest conditions.
The new seers let the mastery of awareness develop to its natural end, which is to extend the glow of awareness beyond the bounds of the luminous cocoon in one single stroke.
Since they could not explain it, for there is no rational way to understand existence, seers realized that their knowledge is composed of contradictory propositions.
For example, seers have to be methodical, rational beings, paragons of sobriety, and at the same time they must shy away from all of those qualities in order to be completely free and open to the wonders and mysteries of existence.