"The role of form is to keep its contents intact. It serves therefore as a receptacle, as something that sets limits. But after a certain time it becomes a prison, and if the contents are not to remain immobilized and imprisoned in this form, we must abandon it and pour the contents into a new form. In every sphere, movement is the law of life. Life is a perpetual outpouring that requires new forms in which to express itself. After a certain time, life itself breaks these forms, because it needs new channels through which to express new riches, new light, new splendours. This is why forms must disappear after a certain time, to allow for other manifestations of greater subtlety and nuance."

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov 


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