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Re: Theos-World Reading the same books over and over

Sep 23, 2004 04:18 AM
by Morten N. Olesen

The theosophical fact is:
Some books are meant to be re-read and others not.
It all depends on the individual.

M. Sufilight

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "nhcareyta" <nhcareyta@y...>
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Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2004 9:04 AM
Subject: Theos-World Reading the same books over and over

> Paul, in your posting
> talk/message/18911 you wrote in part:
> >"BUT reading the same kinds of books or the same exact books over 
> and over accomplishes nothing for me and I >don't get positive vibes 
> from those who do so."
> This may be true of some books, however people often report to me 
> that re-reading the same book a couple of years after the previous 
> occasion brings them greater understanding and deeper insight. This 
> reminds me of a comment made by Joy Mills some 12 years ago after she 
> had been studying and lecturing in the Secret Doctrine and Mahatma 
> Letters for 50 years. In paraphrase she said she now felt she was 
> really coming to terms with some of the Doctrine's concepts. At that 
> time, her knowledge of the Secret Doctrine could fairly be described 
> as formidable. 
> From this, it would appear there may be more in the Secret Doctrine 
> and Mahatma Letters at least than first meets the eye of knowledge; 
> the heart of understanding perhaps?
> Nigel
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