Re: Theos-World world teacher, krishnamurti, CWL and Besant
Sep 19, 2003 07:32 AM
I don't have any particular information about the specifics in the
situation you ask about, but in general I would say a few things:
When the cycle of opportunity for raising the keynote of the
evolution of humanity comes around, and the cyclic door opens, there
are some individuals who have earned the right to be used by the
Masters as instruments in Their work. These individuals are not
perfect, they have simply earned the right to be tested as to their
strength and weakness. None of us is perfect, and, if the truth were
known, we all (students of occultism) undergo such tests every day,
but we are not all famous nor do we all function in the seminal arc
of the cycle. The Masters can forsee much, but in much of what They
do, They can only work with the tools available to Them (us) and if
the tools are flawed, so is the result. Even Masters cannot subvert
Karma. Hence the teaching after teaching after teaching, in all
languages and all cultures from time immemorial, urging humanity to
love one another, forgive one another, respect life in all its forms,
and ultimately to accept and embrace the Unity of all life with all
the implications that follow. It may be hard to believe, but we
stubborn humans will get it, one day, sooner or later.
All the best,
On 19 Sep 2003 at 7:12, Eddy wrote:
> Hi Dears
> Be divine peace be with you all.
> I just wanted to set another subject for anyboby set some light on. I
> donīt have many works for reference about the case that involved
> CWLeadbeater-Beasant-Morya-El and Koot Hoo Mi during that period about
> J. Krishnamurti and the tale about The world spiritual teacher. Whose
> error was it? Why did Krishnamurti kinda broke-up with theosophy, just
> because he was perceiving the wrong plans that CWL had for the T.
> Movement?The idea of controlling the Masters influence? Why Krishna
> probably abominated the idea of having or becoming a master or guru?
> All I know is that he preached every man can be his own master and
> need not an external one, who īs subject to errors too. If
> Krishnamurti was, at the beginning of his trainning, having special
> private lessons out of Mater K or M under Leadbeaterīs " assistance" ,
> so shouldīnt the Master foresee these mistakes? I may be probably
> wrong at some conclusions here but now that the stone is throw,n any
> comment will be welcome.
> I appologise for not having given reply to many membersīs comments
> lately, such as the good messages of Dallas, Adelasie, Tony, I promise
> to do it very soon , but the quest for the true about Krishnamurti
> and CWL is a very old doubt I have.
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