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Oct 25, 2001 02:40 AM
by dalval14

Thursday, October 25, 2001

Dear Friends:

Who is US is the "Master?" Who or what is the Perceiver and the
Watcher? How do we make decisions that shape our lives?

One might observe:

No one lives totally isolated. Nature sustains our life and our

The Universe and its laws tend to harmonize all things.

Our motives frame our words ideas and acts.

One might question:

Are we controlling them? Or are we allowing them to run and
control us?

Who generates or shapes a motive?

Are we superior to desire and passion and are we not the users of
our own mind?

How do we secure information about these faculties and tools?

Then, how do we direct their shaping and usage?

Does the product of desire ever provide us with pleasure,. and if
so, for how long?

Is such a pleasure in any way the cause of pain and sorrow to
others or to another? Are we, then, responsible for inflicting
that condition? Does this generate Karma for us?

I think that Theosophy provides some good answers for these

Shall we look at the KEY TO THEOSOPHY (HPB) ? The Index is a
useful too if we desire to locate specific answers or

Best wishes,



-----Original Message-----
From: Nisk98114
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 9:02 AM
Subject: RE: Masters....

This is not directed towards anyone in particular , but just a
thought , if
you will.
Human nature seems to want to use the "method" of pinning the
butterfly to
the cork board to study its life.
This is a mistake as anyone knows who has an inkling of what Life
actually is
and REALLY a mistake when it comes to studying luminaries who
have faults and
defects (in our eyes perhaps).But the "hard " way is very often
the path of
the master and sometimes even of the student and cannot be "seen"
and difficult to perceive by even advanced students.Hardest to
perceive is

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