Re: Theos-World Theosophical Adepts
Mar 09, 1999 08:31 AM
In a message dated 3/9/99 8:45:06 AM Eastern Standard Time,
<< Why stay poised waiting
for the Master to come, when 'He' has already been and left us our work to
Thanks for the insight. I did not mean to imply a static "waiting" but rather,
a living poise that allows a certain flexibility while DOING the work at hand.
Stasis of any kind is exactly my point. It is unhealthy and runs counter to
the main tenants of Theosophy. I keep thinking of an idea I heard expressed in
a "New physics" work- shop I attended in the 70's. "The only constant on the
physical plane, is constant change" We are not in the land of absolutes. That
lies elsewhere. The best we can do is stay ready to perceive the current or
emerging truth, while attending to what has gone before with vigor and
PS: No "e" on the end of my name please. That gender identity for me, also
lies elsewhere. This time!
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