Mr Dog will explain the most troubling part of this text once we have marvelled over this profound fact:
Being human, we live in both space and time.
Profound only for humans, if even that (and only if you enjoy statements of the bleeding obvious). Canineosophy’s approach is slightly different. Being canine, space ceases to exist if you run fast enough and a true canineosophist has never heard about the concept of time. Everything is supposed to happen now. As for past atrocities, such as baths, it only matters that they happened, not that they are in the past or to be forseen in the future. The horror is everywhere, regardless of space and time. But let’s not get stuck.
It’s about a conference called ‘The good that may become’. (We assume there’s no shampoo in the good that becomes.) Now for the problematic discovery we made (I’m not sure why we haven’t spotted this obvious dreadfulness sooner):
With opportunities to experience the indications that Rudolf Steiner gave to embody the Foundation Stone Meditation, we will also enter into the silent substance of the sounds IAO, in which the whole meditation is embedded.
Do you realize what happens if you add an ‘m’ before the ‘iao’? The implications of this discovery are huge. We don’t want to speculate, but are filled with a feeling of dread worthy of the worst nightmares.