Joel---The words "internal logic" are invariably used by those who fail to explain their beliefs.<quoted text>
Why bother Frijoles with such issues when it's evident that he's a dogmatist and knows nothing about the reality via direct experiences.
When a man (Frijoles) says, as he once said to me many years ago, that the soul is the life-force or that the highest reality is the life-force take it for granted that he's an ignorant person and is simply quoting ignorant scripture.
Even those ignorant prophets who he reveres equated the highest reality with the life force and so they would not know that the life force is simply an aspect of the vital consciousness-force and manifests in a pentuple movement as it penetrates matter and besides those violent and shallow prophets were ignorant of the numerous supra-vital planes and had little knowledge of the infra-vital planes and of the true vital plane as well - their minor experiences extended to exclusively the lower vital planes of the adverse kind. LOL.
The words "internal logic" are invariably used by those who fail to explain their beliefs.
They escape being taken to task with this phrase "internal logic" which means actually means nothing - even an idiot or an insane man can say that his method has an "internal logic" knowable only to him or to people like him. LMAO.
See, instinct is exceeded by reason, reason is exceeded by intuition.
When an intuition is true it will, on close scrutiny, always be supported by instinct and reason from below with there being no contradictions.
Hugh--- You have made many good points including the above.