Re: Theos-World The making of the Mahatma letters.
Oct 18, 2001 11:10 AM
by Monica Suzuki
--- In theos-talk@y..., <dalval14@e...> wrote:
> Lets make the distinction plain between a MEDIUM who is
> unconscious and a MEDIATOR or an ADEPT who is CONSCIOUS all the
> time and not subject to the inconsistencies of the Psychic and
> the Astral Plane.
> In ISIS UNVEILED H.P.Blavatsky makes this distinction clear in
> the 10 points of Psychology ISIS UNVEILED , Vol II. p. 587-590
> Sinnett's opinions about the Mahatma Letters are his own
> Let the Student go to them directly and see if therein he or she
> can draw their REAL MEANING.
> Why take the opinion of anyone when one can contact the ORIGINALS
This is quite wonderful! Thanks for the distinction between a medium
and a Mediator.
Why take the opinion of someone else, indeed. "All original thinkers
and investigators of the hidden side of nature were and are properly,
Theosophists ... Be what he may, once that a student abandons the old
and trodden highway of routine, and enters upon the solitary path of
independent Thought - Godward - he is a Theosophist; an original
thinker, a seeker after the eternal truth with 'an inspiration of his
own' to solve the universal problems." - Helena Blavatsky (1831-91).
I have often viewed mediums as people who are able to contact the
levels of the astral plane. The source of their information is not
from higher planes of consciousness but doubtful entities and astral
Mediators are people who are able to contact the mental and buddhic
planes. They think scientifically and their methods are based on
scientific, clear thinking because their minds function beyond the
fog of illusions, glamors, prejudices and superstitions.
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