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Re: Theos-World A Great Astral Projection Method

Oct 15, 2001 10:00 PM
by Etzion Becker

Getting involved with *super natural* phenomena is dangerously indeed. No
real Master permits his disciples to indulge in these methods, which are no
more but a side track from the spiritual path, and actually no more but vain
trinkets in comparison to Reality. The real Master prescribe the path of
service, sacrifice, love and surrenderance to God's will. Etzion
----- Original Message -----
From: Monica Suzuki <>
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Sent: Monday, October 15, 2001 11:29 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World A Great Astral Projection Method

> A few people extol the value of this mediumistic method. However, I
> would like to add some words of caution.
> To experience higher levels of consciousness, the soul must dissolve
> the present conditions within his physical, emotional, and mental
> bodies in which he finds himself trapped - traps such as hatred,
> prejudice, anger, jealousy, vanity, ego, selfishness, and self-
> centeredness; traps of maya, glamor, and illusion. Access to these
> levels depends on the vibratory rate of the individual's lower
> vehicles as to which ones he can enter. Those whose vehicles are not
> prepared to enter higher levels of consciousness (which the seven
> planes represent) will not vibrate with the right frequency and
> therefore, their vehicles will suffer heavy damage or even
> destruction such as death. Some people have been known to die in
> their sleep and in some cases, the cause of death remains unknown.
> I wrote a poem which describes the inherent dangers of soul flight or
> as some call it, astral projection. There is a difference between
> the two methods, one of which does not involve the rending of the
> etheric garment.
> The Doomed Flight Of Icarus
> by Monica Suzuki
> The day arrives to escape to the azure sky;
> Daedalus warns his son of potential doom;
> Icarus looks his father in the eye;
> He thinks the old man is full of gloom.
> The foolish lad spreads his waxen wings to fly
> Giddy with the freedom of exhilaration.
> As he soars higher and higher into the sky,
> Fragile wings melt as he draws nearer to the sun.
> The father looks around for his son;
> Icarus plunges helplessly into the sea;
> Horrified and powerless to save his poor son,
> Daedalus cries out in tortured agony.
> Youthful pride caused the son's demise;
> Forget not the sad fate of Icarus' flight;
> Humility is truly the cornerstone of the wise,
> As one grows upward in wisdom's light.
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