Re: Theos-World why have talk lists?
Apr 06, 2002 08:08 PM
by Bart Lidofsky
> Because the abandonment of such attitudes is not possible for anybody,
> with the possible exception of a few dozen out of billions. If that were
> the whole point of trying to understand the ancient philosophies, then
> the attempt would be pointless. Abandoning of such attitudes is one of
> many probable RESULTS from the actual understanding of the ancient
> philosophies, but the point goes far beyond it.
> Bart Lidofsky
> You leave me confused. First you state it isn't possible then you state it is possible for a few dozen out of a billion. Well, is it possible or not?
My statement is clear as it stands.
> If it is possible in at least one single human out of a billion then it
> is possible. If it was possible for avatars such as Jesus and Buddha,
> then it is very possible for the rest of humanity. The difference lies
> in how much one is willing to try.
You are male, correct? Then, tell me, how can you become pregnant by
> If one can not belive that such abandonments are possible then one might
> as well give up on the idea of becoming Dhyan-Chohans; therefor giving
> up the idea of becoming Absolut (or FREED) ...therefore and only after
> reaching Parabrahman.
In this lifetime, that's pretty much it.
> So yes, this is the at least a very important aspect of Theosophy and I
> personaly would like to belive it is the whole point in understanding
> the ancient philosophys.
Even the Mahatmas were human.
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