The Tools of Cognition in the Function of Almighty Formative Forces
Experience of the Cosmic Rain of Happiness of Absolute Music
The Perfect Unity of All Musical Tools of Cognition
as the Most Free Kind
of Playful Diversity
this respect, the listener realizes that the "musical dispute" is the most
free kind of playful diversity of his diverging faculties of cognition; at
the same time, however, he finds that his tools of cognition are almighty
And he knows: they do converge, and always will regardless of all diverging.
reminds of someone who sets out in a certain direction on our globe with a
definite goal in mind, only to arrive where he had originally started from
and he is convinced that he reached the goal which he had in mind all
along the way.
And we know: he himself was the goal which, while walking, he had already reached since he carried himself along all the time and which, in addition, he reached outside.
in the field of the harmony, the infinite joy of life pervades. And in the
deep silence of the absolute sound-sub-stance, any inner stir produces another
manifold happiness of life which pours down on us like a cosmic rain of happiness.
Why should we close ourselves to this dynamic experience in the deep, cosmic silence of our pure self-awareness?
Sustaining the divergent nature of our feeling and understanding, and continuing the perfect dispute between our forces of cognition, held with utmost clarity and unyieldingness, are the natural prerequisites for our experience of perfect happiness.
if it is to yield supreme, perfect musical experience, this experience requires
a clear perception of the absolute sound-substance in our mind, in our intellect,
in our feeling and understanding, as well as in our sense of hearing, and
indeed, even in our neurophysiology.
For this cosmic vibration of the absolute sound-substance alone is able to unite all these tools of cognition in a perfect and realistic manner by means of the supreme musical laws of order in the field of the harmony.
© AAR EDITION INTERNATIONAL 1982